The Global Loot League’s fourth season has reached the international level. All of the teams have completed their national runs and they are ready to compete on the bigger stage. The four regions have their representatives, and this competition is looking to be a fierce one. There are a lot of old faces and some new that will be eager to show their skill. With the finals rapidly approaching, who will we see competing?
The EMEA Qualifiers
The EMEA has the most teams in the finals with eight spots. These teams come from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Those eight places are filled by Team Liquid, Welcome to South Georgo, TORNADO ENERGY, Omaken Sports, AfterAlt, FaZe Clan, Exalt Gaming and Digital Athletics. Team Liquid and FaZe Clan are two of the biggest standouts from this group, given their overall history. They will be looking to keep up their high expectations and show why they deserve to be in the finals.
The rest of the teams are finding their form, with there being a lot of new faces to watch. The most notable teams to miss out on the finals are Natus Vincere and Team SoloMid. Both are teams that have been at the highest level, but they missed the mark this time around.
The North American Qualifiers
From North America, we have four teams joining the fray. Shoot To Kill and Wildcard Gaming are two familiar faces that will be joining the roster and looking to add to their previous successes. Exodus and Yaho are two newer sides who are looking to make names for themselves. Both of them performed very well in their regional play, and raked in a ton of kills and multiple Chicken Dinners. It will be interesting to see what they have to offer on the international level. Genesis, The Rumblers, Comets, Soniqs, and Riot Squad are all teams that missed out on the international level this time around.
The Latin America Qualifiers
Latin America has three spots coming in. Those three spots are filled by Red Canids, A Creche, and Team Singularity. Red Canids and Team Singularity are two very strong sides that have worked hard to get to where they are. A Creche is an up-and-coming side that are eager to make a splash in GLL Grand Finals. They finished second in their region and proved that they are very capable of winning and killing any competition in their way.
Finally, there is one single team coming in from Oceania, and that team is Athletico Esports. Athletico are the only team on the grand final roster that were invited, and they shouldn’t be sold short. They are a seasoned side who have competed on the international level more than once. They will be a side to watch in the GLL Grand Finals.
The GLL Grand Finals are approaching quickly. They will kick off on February 28 and run through March 1. 18 matches will be played between these teams for a prize pool of $150,000. This will be the perfect time for the qualified teams to solidify their intentions for the rest of 2020.
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