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The ALGS Split 2 playoffs losers bracket ended with 10 teams clinching their ticket to the Grand Finals after two rounds of six matches. Round 1 of the losers bracket began with the teams that failed to make it into the top 20 on Friday.
Europe, Middle East and Africa’s GMT Esports bounced back from their poor showing in Day 1 and placed first in the losers bracket with 72 points in total. The team managed to forge on despite missing Maksym “Max-Stafe” Stadniuk due to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Meanwhile, big names like G2 Esports, Crazy Raccoon and Acend Esports crashed out of the ALGS Split 2 Playoffs.
Losers Bracket Round 1 Complete!🎊
Moving on to Losers Bracket Round 2 is: @GMTesports @Spacestation @ODDIK_gg @k1ckesports @clgaming @Reply_Totem @FC_esports_ @FENNEL_official @V3EsportsJP @gamewithesports
— Apex Legends Esports (@PlayApexEsports) April 30, 2022
ALGS Split 2 playoffs loser bracket round 2 results
The top 10 teams from Round 1 joined the bottom 10 in the winners bracket to compete for a spot in the ALGS Split 2 Playoff finals. After six matches are played, these are the 10 teams that will join the finals on Sunday:
- Team Unite
- GMT Esports
- Spacestation Gaming
- Team Burger
- V3 vega
- Team Emipre
The APAC North Region maintained consistent performance throughout Round 2 of the losers bracket with 4 of their teams qualifying for the finals. Moreover, APAC South’s Team Burger also continued its Cinderella story with a fourth-place finish. The Australian team came into the tournament unsigned and will continue their run in the finals tomorrow.
Additionally, Brazil Elevate stunned everyone with an insane win in the last match to move from last place to ninth. They also became the only South American team heading into ALGS Split 2 Playoffs finals.
Celebrations & tears alike are shared amongst the South American/Brazilian community following @ElevateGG‘s miraculous Game 6 1st place performance to qualify for $1M ALGS Playoffs Finals 🇧🇷
— Jon Kefaloukos 🇬🇷 (@Falloutt) April 30, 2022
Teams Eliminated from the Playoffs
20 teams played their last match of the ALGS Split 2 Playoffs on Saturday.
- Team Singularity
- Fenix Team
- Revenant Esports
- Crazy Raccoon
- Invictus Gaming International
- FC Destroy
- Dewa United Esports
- Reply Totem
The Split 2 Playoffs continue on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET with the top 20 teams competing in the grand finals.
Jimoh Rashidat is a freelance esports writer with over two years of experience. She covers FIFA, League of Legends and general gaming content.