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ALMGHTY and Omega Esports Register Their Place at the Call of Duty Digital National Games

The Singaporean team ALMGHTY won the Call of duty Digital Garena Championships two years in a row. The festival’s latest volume took place from September 9 to September 18, 2022. By only a margin of 4-3, the group was able to defeat the elite Omega Esports group in the championship games.

As of right now, all groups have earned spots throughout the Call of Duty Digital National Tournament 2022: Regional Finals (Stage 5). Upon losing to Omega in the elimination round playoffs, Blacklist Ultimate, the inaugural 2021 Eastern Masters, was denied a berth in the National Tournament. This year, the team enjoyed a remarkable contribution to its quest before fading late in the tournament.

There had been two different divisions which consist of six squads each in the preliminary phase of the competition, which included a maximum of 12 sides. The strongest of 3 (BO3) was the pattern used for every game, also with three leading sides per each round advancing on to the tournament.

The highest ranked finishers in Pool A were ABC, ALMGHTY, and Blacklist Ultimate, while another highest ranked finishers in Pool B were Omega, DG, & WDC Free slot.

By winning our opening two matchup games, Blacklist and ALMGHTY advanced to the top tax bracket knockout stages. The two teams then squared off, with ALMGHTY winning and moving on to the championship game.

Omega plummeted to the bottom tier after missing their initial round, but they put up amazing displays to advance to the championship tournament. ALMGHTY advanced further through the top division, giving them an edge over Omega in the playoffs in terms of extra points. Both sides played in a thrilling contest, but the other emerged victorious.

Organizations eligible for the Call of Duty Mobile Global League International Tournament in 2022

14 sides have already advanced for the Global League national title games which include GodLike and Team Vitality from India, Inko Gaming, Skade and Influence Chemin from Brazil, Scarz from Japan, 

Nova Esports. Animus and Limitless Esports from Europe, Tribe Gaming, UN Dream and NYSL Mayhem from North America, ALMGHTY from Singapore, Omega Esports from the Philippines, and TBD from China

The leading 16 groups from said eight provincial contests will compete in the interactive major tournament between December 9 through December 11 for both the prestigious silverware and a share of said enormous $1.7 million money pot.

The Call of Duty Mobile Global League Event has thus far produced 14 competitors. The participants in the Chinese national competitions who qualified for the additional two seats would complete them.

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