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Nathan “Fel Peon U” Edware Basser claimed the Red Bull Solo Q National Champion title on the weekend. The Red Bull Solo Q Championships took place in Australia over three intense weeks. As the national winner, Fel Peon U will head to the World Finals.

Red Bull Solo Q

The Red Bull Solo Q Championship competition is a League of Legends 1v1 tournament to find the next League star. The goal of was to accumulate points based on First Blood, killing over 100 minions, or destroying opponent towers. There were 450 players registered for the Australian tournament, with 16 finalists at the end. Fel Peon U took the Australian title in a clean sweep (3-0), defeating Joel “Randomact” Skewes.  However, he, didn’t just claim a spot at the Red Bull Solo Q World Finals. He also earned himself a spot a the Chiefs Esports Academy.

Global finals

Fel Peon U will go through three months of intensive one-one-on training to get ready for the global Red Bull Solo Q World Finals. The event will pit 35 national champions against one another. As part of the competition, each of the finalists will experience the 2020 League of Legends All-Star Event (pending travel restrictions). Players will have the chance to meet some of LoL’s biggest esports stars, streamers, attend parties, and be a part of showcase matches.

Nick Bobir, the Managing Director of the Chiefs Esports Club, issued the following statement:

With Red Bull Solo Q hitting Australia for the first time this year, we’re extremely lucky to be able to head straight to the World Finals and see an Aussie on the world stage. We’re ready to support Nathan on his journey, and can’t wait to see how he performs.

Congratulations Fel Peon U on winning the Australian Solo Q competition and best of luck in the finals. Check out more on the Solo Q competition over on the Red Bull gaming website.

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