FUT Esports continues its success at the closing of the 2023 season. The rising esports club of Turkey, FUT Esports, has managed to qualify for three separate world championships in Steam PUBG, Honor Of Kings, and Brawl Stars! Competing in one computer game and two mobile games, FUT had also successfully qualified for the world championship in VALORANT a few months ago.
Honor Of Kings:
FUT Esports had received an invitation to the preliminary rounds of the Honor Of Kings world championship. In the preliminary stage, known as the Wildcard, they managed to win only one out of the 10 matches played. They concluded the tournament with 9 defeats and 1 victory, finishing the Wildcard stage in the last position and bidding farewell to the tournament.
Prior to reaching an agreement with the club as a team, FUT Esports managed to secure a place in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023 by achieving third place in the EMEA tournament based on their results before the club partnership and their successes afterward. Additionally, before reaching the World Finals, FUT Esports became one of the partner teams of Brawl Stars. Within the game, you can purchase the club’s logo as an emblem, and there are also FUT Esports-themed emotes available for purchase. As for the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023, they played against the reigning champions from the previous year, Crazy Raccoon, in the group stage and lost, as was expected. Following this, they were matched against EMEA fourth-place team SK Gaming in an attempt to advance from the group stage. Although FUT initially took a 2-0 lead in the match, they later lost with a score of 2-3, thus bidding farewell to the tournament.
Steam PUBG | FUT Esports
With their ambitious roster of foreign players, FUT Esports accumulated PGC points throughout the year with their achievements. Securing the position of EMEA runner-up in PGC points, they earned a spot in PGC 2023. Despite being placed in a challenging group in the group stage of PGC 2023, they finished the group in sixth place and successfully advanced to the Winners’ Bracket, which began today. In the Winners’ Bracket, they concluded the first day in eighth place with 33 points.