São Paulo Challenge, March 19th 2017
Sam Pandelis (Zelda) recently hosted an online grassroots tournament, with the goal of giving the winner an opportunity to fly to São Paulo for the South American International Championships that will be held in April. Players from all around the world competed in this event for a chance at the prize money being offered, and while there can only be one winner, it is worth congratulating all the participants that helped make this tournament successful!
You can find the full bracket and list of participants here.
Entry Fee : $13.00 USD
Number of Entrants : 154
Prize : $2,002 USD
These are the teams of each player that made it to the Top Cut (X-2 or greater record) rounds.
Replays for games are also available at replay.pokemonshowdown.com, where you’ll need to search for the player’s username to be able to see the replays that have been uploaded.
1st. Flavio Del Pidio (Pado): ($1,201)
2nd. Joshua Lorcy (lorcylovesyou): ($400)
3rd. Lee Provost (Osirus): ($200)
4th. Ericsson Marquez (MaximumZero): ($200)
Top 8 (No Prize Money)
5th. Eduardo Cunha (EmbC):
6th. Justin Carris (Azazel):
7th. Patrick Moore (PatrickPurple):
9th. Gui :
10th. Terrence Dray (Ocean):
12th. Thomas Plater (TheSaxlad):
13th. Leonardo Bonanomi (Leo):
16th. Joohwan Kim (Welliforgot):
17th. Daniel Parks (ParksVGC):
18th. Alejandro Jiminez (Legacy):
20th. Cameron Swan (Drizzleboy):
21st. Cedric Bernier (Talon):
22nd. Grant Madden (MethodsVGC):
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