||What's up Fortnite Fam! The Global
Championship duos have been decided.
||And I'm going to give you the rundown
||of what OCE is bringing
to the international stage.
||Kicking things off with a top tier team
that will be making their presence
||known at Global's. With back to back
grand finals wins in Major one
||and Major two, Suns
and Anon on are known for their ability
||to be consistent while
also picking up eliminations.
||In all 24 games of grand
finals across major one and two,
||they only failed to pick up an elimination
in one of those games.
||Expect this duo to be going into Global's
looking to continue that consistency.
||Making their way through major two
was Sorif and Skits.
||With Sorif being one of the most
experienced players on the region
||qualifying for every one of the 18
grand finals so far,
||Pairing up with Skits who's considered
one of the best controller players in OCE,
||This is a very exciting duo.
||As long as their duo
synergy is on top form,
||they'll be expected to have a successful
||First to qualify through Major three
was Repulse and Jace,
||an impressive showing from a duo
||That only teamed up at the beginning
of Chapter four, Season three.
||Keep an eye out for this duo at the Global
Championships as they show us
||what they can do against the world's best.
||Just missing out on first place
in major three,
||but claiming a spot at the Global
Championships was Alex and worthy.
||With Alex having experience from the FNCS
Invitational last year
||and also being regarded
as one of OCE's most promising talents,
||Both him and Worthy will be looking
to make waves in October.
||One of the closest finishes in the OCE region
||Was in the Last Chance Major, where Gazer
and River managed to secure themselves
||a spot at the Global Championships
with their game six clutch. For a duo
||That only came together
at the beginning of Major three
so far have been incredibly consistent
||and it's going to be amazing
to see this duo go head to head
||against the best from all over the world.
||All those teams
aren't going to have an easy battle bus
||ride though, with 8 amazing duos
coming from the Asia region.
||After an exciting display
at the Fortnite Invitational,
||Zagou and Pepo have since joined forces
||and will be Asia's major one
Representatives at the Global Championship.
||With some international experience
already under their belt,
||This duo is sure to create some buzz
and showcase the development
||of the region's
high eliminations playstyle.
||Next up, Yuma and Jaemon,
||two players who both managed to qualify
for every grand finals this chapter.
||But their clutch performance
||In major two to beat out the reigning
FNCS champs of their region indicates
||that this team is only aiming for
the top and Globals will be no different.
||Knowing that their region is
||Boby and Larkpex are determined
to prove that aggressive box fight
||heavy gameplay is a valid tactic
for securing wins on a global scale.
||They completely dominated Asia's major
three grand finals and are hoping to carry
||some of that momentum
with them to Copenhagen.
||Another duo that punched their ticket
to the Global Championship,
||a major three from Asia,
||is Stain and Daydus, having just teamed up
at the start of Chapter four,
||Their constant improvement in placements
throughout each major grand finals
||suggests that this team has great
||potential when it comes to adaptability
at a competitive level.
||Despite Asia building a label
as a region of fraggers, Mkmkpapa
||and Shelom are breaking the mould
||and instead keeping their gameplay
more centralized around smart rotations
||and good positioning to yield
four solid placements in end game lobbies.
||Definitely keep an eye out for these two
||as they're primed to sneak up
on the leaderboards at Globals.
||Lastly Dog and Raru, Cl4x and Wicx3sy
||and Zazi and Aim all duked it out
||for the final three regional spots
for Asia at the Global Championship,
||with only eight teams
present much like the OCE teams these
||Asia duos fully understand
how important it is
||to remind the rest of the world
that sometimes less is more.
||Every region wants to win, but only one
team can actually walk away victorious.
||Find out who
at FNCS Global Championship.