The International Esports Federation (IESF) concluded an action-packed round of regional qualifiers for the 2023 World Esports Championship. The Americas round of the regional qualifiers was held online from May 18 to June 3 and saw eight countries qualify for the World Esports Championships Finals in Iași, Romania.
The competition was as fierce as ever this year, with 16 nations having competed in the Americas qualifiers across four game titles: CS:GO, Dota 2, PUBG Mobile, and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
The countries in each game title that have qualified directly to the Finals include:
CS:GO: Colombia, Guatemala, Argentina, United States
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang: Colombia, Brazil, United States
DOTA 2: Ecuador, Peru, United States
PUBG Mobile: Argentina, Chile, Colombia
CS:GO Women: Argentina, Brazil, United States
“Congratulations to all the countries that qualified to secure their spot in the Finals and to all the other countries who competed for a chance to reach the World Esports Championship Finals in Iași. The WE Championship Finals will be here before we know it, and IESF can’t wait to unite the World Esports Family and crown the next World Esports Champion!”
IESF President Vlad Marinescu
The African and European qualifiers are currently underway and will conclude on June 28, respectively. The regional qualifiers will conclude with the Asian round in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the first-ever Gamers8 IESF Asian Championship. Following the regionals, the world’s best gamers will convene in Romania’s most youthful city for the WE Championship Finals from August 24 through September 4.
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