Over the weekend, Complexity and Obey Alliance earned a spot in the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals.
2-0 wins for Complexity
Complexity started the first round off strong against 4 Danes 1 Swede by earning a score of 2-0. This win streak continued in the upper bracket quarterfinals against Practice? until Complexity faced Obey Alliance and ended with a score of 2-1.
This pushed Obey Alliance into the elimination bracket, but the team bested Ambition 2-1 for a rematch against Complexity in the finals.
The first match took place in the Theater of Pain dungeon, and Complexity completed it with the best time, 20:35. The team took down Mordretha, the Endless Empress, first and claimed victory.
Obey Alliance raced against time in the Halls of Atonement next. However, Complexity defeated Lord Chamberlain faster with a time of 14:13. Complexity earned a 2-0 victory over Obey Alliance, however, as the top two teams of the Group B matches, both of them will head into the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals.
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The addition of Complexity and Obey Alliance, as well as Perplexed and Team Name from the Group A matches, means there will be one more week of Mythic Dungeon International Season 2 matches before the Last Stand Tournament.
After the end of three weeks and the Last Stand Tournament, a team from China will join and duke it out for a prize pool of $300,000. The World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals will take place between Oct. 29-31.
Players can still sign up for the Last Stand Tournament through GameBattles. They must do so by Sept. 20.
To catch all of the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Season 2 action, viewers should visit YouTube. The live broadcast for the next group of matches will begin on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m. ET.
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