Envy has fought their way into the finals, keeping the North American dream alive at the Paladins World Championship. Envy was the only team to defeat a top seed team in the quarterfinals when they defeated Kanga Esports 3-0.
Going up against the Brazilian squad of Space Station Gaming, things got intense as the squads were going blow for blow resulting in a 3-3 map score going into the seventh and final map of the series. The squad couldn’t contain their excitement as can be seen in the video below.
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It would be Envy to pull away, however, securing their spot in the grand final. Natus Vincere, last years winner and an extremely strong team awaits them having defeated fnatic in their semifinal match. Na’Vi walked away with a relatively smooth victory, taking the series 4-1, and looking poised to secure yet another Paladins World Championship.
Paladins will be giving out over $300,000 in prizing across PC and console. Paladins made several announcements prior to the World Championship kicking off on Friday. The biggest of the announcements is certainly the upcoming move to allow cross-play between PC, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch players.