After more than 500 matches across 7 events across 6 themes, the crowns at IESF WEC 2022 have been officially revealed.
Specifically, Indonesia won first place in 3 contents: eFootball, MLBB and Dota 2. For its part, the first place in the PUBG Mobile ranking was occupied by Kazakhstan. Tekken 7 calls the name of Pakistan. The CS:GO Women’s Champion belongs to Poland and the CS:GO Men’s Champion belongs to North Macedonia.
At this year’s event, Vietnam participated in 4/7 content including PUBG Mobile, CS:GO men, eFootball, and Mobie League: Bang Bang (MLBB). The Vietnamese representatives are all up-and-coming athletes in the field.
As a result, after 10 days of competition, the CS:GO Vietnam team stopped in the quarterfinals, the PUBG Vietnam team ranked 12th in the entire team. Meanwhile, eFootball athlete from Vietnam, MLBB Vietnam team, stopped in the third and fourth round of play-in respectively.
Commenting on the Vietnamese delegation’s trip at IESF WEC 2022, Mr. Do Viet Hung, Secretary General of the Vietnam Electronic Sports and Entertainment Association (VIRESA), said that the athletes had tried their best for the colors of the flag of the country.
“VVietnam this year has a lot of young athletes. They are all people who have done well in national and international competitions, and even performed very well in the regional qualifiers. However, coming into one of the biggest esports tournaments in the world like IESF WEC 2022, in the final round this year, Vietnamese athletes still need to accumulate more experience in order to advance to the next level, to the pinnacle of glory. . And of course, luck is what any team needs in a tournamentsaid Mr. Hung.
According to the VIRESA representative, although they did not achieve high rankings in the participating subjects, the achievements of the Vietnamese athletes are very respectable. The experiences at IESF WEC 2022 will be valuable lessons for Vietnamese athletes to practice better, mature, and be able to achieve more success in future tournaments, especially major events in 2023 such as the 32nd SEA Games and the Asian Games. Vietnam esports would like to sincerely appreciate the camaraderie of domestic and foreign partners, especially the encouragement and encouragement of the country’s esports audience and fans. The inspirational warriors of Vietnamese esports will strive to improve day by day and come back stronger in the upcoming season. This is how Vietnamese esports inspire the future.
IESF WEC 2022, which will take place from December 2, 2022 to December 12, 2022, is the largest tournament in the history of the International Electronic Sports Federation (IESF) with more than 107 countries and more than 100,000 athletes. invited to attend. Through qualifying rounds, from national to regional, over 600 top athletes entered the tournament’s main event and competed together across 6 disciplines for a total prize pool of $500,000 USD (approximately over $12 billion USD).
According to IESF, IESF WEC 2023 is scheduled to be held in Bucharest, Romania. The event will take place with 3 stages: National Qualifiers in January-March 2023, Regional Qualifiers from May-June 2023 and Finals from August 23, 2023 to September 4, 2023.
Mr. Vlad Marinescu, President of IESF, stated that after the success of IESF WEC 2022, IESF WEC 2023 is expected to be the biggest event in IESF tournament history with at least 130 participating countries.
“We look forward to continuing to provide esports athletes with the ultimate platform to showcase their full potential on the international stage.“, he said.
Previously, IESF WEC 2021 only had 85 countries competing in 4 themes with a total prize pool of USD 50,000 (around VND 1.2 billion).
|Achievements of the Vietnamese team at IESF WEC 2022
– 1st place map 1 and 6, 3rd round of play-in
– 1st place on map 3, 1st final round
– Position 12 overall
– Asian Ranked Champion
– 2 MPV (Namibia won 2-0)
– Win in round 1 of BO3, 3rd round of Play-in
• electronic soccer:
– 3rd place in Group M, 2nd round of Play-in