Bren Chong’s Cup is a very awaited event in Clash Royale Esports for a long time. After a round of qualifiers covering across 4 different regions, We finally do have Bassotto from Space Station Gaming as the champions of Bren Chong’s Cup 2. Finishing 2nd behind Bassotto was Mugi from team PONOS. Spanish player Michifu finished 3rd.
About Bernerd ‘Bren’ Chong
Bernard Chong is the primary sponsor of this Bren Chong’s Cup. He is a savvy investor whose portfolio ranges from traditional brick and mortar businesses to angel investments in tech startups. He started with a manufacturing business creating one of the most popular Filipino-owned sports apparels in the Philippines, eventually diversifying his investments. Bernard “Bren” Chong professed his love for gaming and animating at a very young age – and that love never wavered up to this day.
Chong comes from the well-off Chong clan, which owns several businesses in the Philippines. It includes popular sports footwear and apparel brand World Balance. Convinced that the competitive nature of Filipinos will push the industry to relevance, he founded BREN Esports in 2017 with the mission to give Esports athletes a professional environment wherein they can focus solely on perfecting their craft. BREN Esports, through the unwavering support from all the people at the back end, was able to dominate the local esports scene in the past year. This includes a win for them in the M2 World Championship. Additionally, They received praise from the Philippines House of Representatives for their victory.
About Bren Chong’s Cup
Bren Chong’s Cup is a tier-2 Clash Royale tournament sponsored by Bernerd Chong and Supercell. It was an online tournament divided into three parts, Qualifiers, Group stage and Playoffs. The competition qualifiers had taken place throughout 4 regions of Asia & Oceania, Europe & Africa, Latin America and North America. The Regional Phase has the following distribution, wherein each region, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd finishes will get
€1,000, €500 and €250 respectively. The finals had a total prize pool of €26,000 to be split between the Top-3 finishers.
The top 3 from each region have advanced to the final phase. Brazillian Samuel Bassotto from Space Station Gaming finished with a perfect record of 4 wins with a 100% rate and was awarded € 15,000. He was followed by Mugi from team PONOS in the 2nd place with a 67% win rate. Spanish player Michifu finished 3rd with a 50% win rate. They were awarded prize money of €7500 and €3500 respectively.
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