Top Clans 2022 Summer Season ends with over 500 teams battling to be the best

Two months of intense competition comes to an end!

The Top Clans 2022 Summer Season by NetEase Games, in grassroots and invitational stages ends with hundreds of teams from the Asia-Pacific area taking part in a competition that sparked rivalries and fostered friendships among its international competitors. Top Clans, the most significant multi-game esports competition in the SEA regions, hit new heights this summer in terms of viewership, interest from the audience, and the level of competition.

Two months of ferocious competition on both the grassroots and invitational stages made up the Top Clans 2022 event. More than 500 teams participated in tournaments for DOTA 2, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, and Naraka: Bladepoint at the event. With casters and competitors from Europe and North America, the event was even more inviting to the global gaming community than before, which is now more vital than ever. These high-octane battles were aired throughout the world.

Top Clans 2022 Summer Season LBZS
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After difficult matches against teams from Japan and the SEA regions, the DOTA2 tournament was won by Squad LBZS, the DPC team from China, and the reigning champion of the Top Clans 2021 Winter Season competition.

Top Clans 2022 Naraka Bladepoint Champion VNGC
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Naraka: Bladepoint by NetEase Games has a large player base in the SEA regions. In the invitational stage, 32 teams from the SEA regions and New Zealand participated, and 9 teams were selected to compete in this year’s Asia Challenge. Team FA won the SEA Final, while Team VNGC triumphed in the Vietnam final.

Top Clans 2022 MLBB champion Falcon Esports
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Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, the most played mobile game in the SEA regions, marked the conclusion of the Top Clans 2022 summer season competition. Eight teams advanced to the invitational level following tense clashes in the grassroots stage. Falcon Esports from Myanmar won the competition by defeating Team See You Soon from the Kingdom of Cambodia in the championship match, earning them a reward of $5000 USD.

Top Clans 2022 Summer Season ends with winners getting a fair share of a huge prize pool

A total prize fund of $40,000 USD was offered by Top Clans 2022 Summer Season, which was distributed among its many tournament winners and finalists. The top teams from the Asia-Pacific region came together to compete for awards for their skillful plays, to protect their country’s honor, to gain recognition among their peers, and to develop relationships with their rivals.

Top Clans, which has grown to be the most thrilling event of its kind in the Asia-Pacific area and draws players and influencers from all over the world to its games, is NetEase’s trademark event for international esports competitions. The Top Clans 2022 Summer Season comes to a successful conclusion, but players won’t be able to relax for long since the Top Clans 2022 Winter Season will soon begin, and things will only get better because NetEase has great plans for Top Clans in the future.

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