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2019 Arena World Championship | Spring Cup #6 (Final Cup) | Live Discussion Thread ⚔️

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Arena World Championship – Spring Cup #6

arena - 2019 Arena World Championship | Spring Cup #6 (Final Cup) | Live Discussion Thread ⚔️

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The last Cup of the Arena World Championship (AWC) Spring Season is here! Azeroth’s fiercest gladiators have clashed in the open bracket portion of the tournaments already. Now, only the top 8 teams from Europe and North America remain. Tune in to see some of the world’s best arena players fight for their last shot at the coveted AWC points which earn qualification to the Spring Finals!

In North America, the titan teams who are coming out on top are Super Frogs, The Boys, Method Orange, Never Lucky, The Move, and Meow Meow Kitty Katz. In EU, Method Black has remained on top followed by Wildcard Gaming, Change my Mind, The Pumpers, and ABC. With only four team spots of qualification for the Spring Finals per region, teams will be bringing their all to the final cup.

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Watch the action LIVE Fri, Sat & Sun @ Twitch.tv/Warcraft



Enter the Arena

The AWC is a seasonal tournament taking place across five regions globally. For North America and Europe, each season features six Cups per region, which are played weekly. Each Cup will have points on offer, which will be used to determine who will participate in the cross-region Seasonal Finals. For more information about competitive Arena globally, check out our 2019 WoW esports overview, and for more information about AWC in North America and Europe, see the official ruleset.

Schedule

Beginning February 8 through March 24, we will be broadcasting every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with a one-week break the weekend of March 15-17). Each broadcast day will begin at 10 a.m. PT/7 p.m. CET, live on Twitch.

Start Times

EU Top 8NA Top 8Championship Sun
Fri – Mar 8Sat – Mar 9Sun – Mar 10
10:00 a.m. PDT10:00 a.m. PDT10:00 a.m. PDT
1:00 p.m. EDT1:00 p.m. EDT1:00 p.m. EDT
18:00 CET18:00 CET19:00 CET

Hosts and Casters

Resources


EU Teams

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Method BlackPlot TwistABCChange My Mind
WhaazzNumlizAlecMinpojke
Rogue – OutlawPriestMage – ArcaneDruid – Resto
ChasYesdaveAsgarathFriedkitteh
Priest – DisciplineMageDruid – Restoration
SwapxyRezuzJaimeVilaye
Shaman – ElementalMonk – WWShaman – ElementalPriest – Shadow
RaikuInferionNiksiAkrololz
MagewarlockRogue – OutlawRogue
Wildcard GamingSurprise Effect
LoonySokween
Druid – Resto
ZeepeyeRatapai
Shaman – Ele
MaroNRacher
Mage
Blizo
Warrior

NA Teams

The MoveSuper FrogsEasy MoneyM2KC
PikabooChanimalBurtRubcub
Rogue – AssassinationMageMonk – MWPaladin – Holy
WizkSnutzVerinRoastyz
Priest – ShadowWarlockMageRogue
AbstergeKubzyMensiJahmilli
Shaman – RestorationDruid – RestorationWarrior – ArmsMulticlass
JellybeansWealthymanToonahRostiajonez
HunterMageDruid – BalanceMulticlass
Method OrangeFive BlinksNever LuckyThe Boys
CdewVultzVellidoGorecki
Shaman – RestoMageDeathknightShaman – Restoration
TrillNyoxxKoloSmexxin
Demon Hunter & MonkPriest – ShadowShaman – RestoWarrior – Arms
MesTickiZachThugonomics
Death KnightPriest – DiscWarriorWarlock – Destro
SamiyamnahjPackratsChunli
Druid & MageRogueDruid – BalanceMonk – WW

Discuss away!

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