Guild Esports win EMEA Predator League 2022

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UK esports organisation Guild Esports have won the EMEA Predator League 2022 Rocket League tournament.

They beat Sick! 4-3 in the grand final of the tournament earlier in November, after defeating Mustu Fluck 4-0 in the upper bracket semi-finals and losing to Sick! 4-1 in the upper bracket final.

Guild dropped to the lower bracket, and from there beat Old Farts 4-2 in the lower bracket final.

Prior to that, Guild Esports went 3-0 in the group stage ahead of teams Rest in Peace, Berlin Wildcats and Onlajneři.

Guild’s Rocket League features Spanish players Stake and LuiisP, English player Accro and Spanish coach Arleyobi.

Stake said after the win: “I feel quite tired as we started five hours ago, but I’m happy that we won.

“We try to do at least one hour scrim together and four hours playing by ourselves, so five hours per day. I will save the championship ring like a trophy.

“We thought we’d have easier opponents [earlier on] but Sick! played very good in the upper bracket final and we played horrible, in my opinion. We needed to step up, we’re better and we know it.”

Fellow UK org Endpoint, who recently won the Predator League UK final, failed to progress from Group 2.

Acer first announced the Predator League 2022 EMEA Rocket League esports tournament back in September. It attracted 1,900 players overall, and featured €90,000 in cash and hardware prizes as it allowed teams from around the world to get involved.

The finals had a €15,000 prize pool plus hardware prizes, with Guild taking the €8,500 top prize and a championship ring. As usual, the action was broadcast at

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