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The Philippines qualifier for the 9th Esport World Championship has just finished and the winner of the tournament is Andreij “PBE.Doujin” Albar.

From left to right: Alexander “PBE.Bully” Lim (3rd place), Andreij “PBE.Doujin” Albar (Champion), Francis Steven “UFTC.Gogoy” Cabahug (2nd place), Ryan Gem “CZ.Chongibear” Chong (4th place), Kurt Kyle Blanch (ClutchZone Manager)

 

The 29-man tournament hosted by ClutchZone in partnership with the Philippine Esports Organization, aimed to find the best Tekken player in the country so he/she may represent the Philippines in one of the biggest gaming events in the world. As the winner of the tournament PBE.Doujin will be travelling to Busan, Korea for free with accommodations, and competing in the Tekken 7 tournament at the 9th Esport World Championship.

The rest of the results are as follows:

Champion: PBE.Doujin
2nd place: UFTC.Gogoy
3rd place: PBE.Bully
4th place: CZ.Chongibear
5th place: POLY.DanJR
5th place: POLY.Boby
7th place: POLY.Tony
7th place: POLY.Adjai

The International e-Sports Federation (IeSF) will be holding the 9th Esport World Tournament in Busan, Korea from November 8 until November 12 of this year.  Three games will be featured in the event namely: League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, and of course Tekken 7.

Congratulations to PBE.Doujin for winning the qualifier! Good luck in the tournament!

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