Tribe Gaming Wins Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022, Receives $700K Prize Money

Tribe Gaming became the champions of the first-ever Official LAN Event of the COD Mobile World Championship 2022.

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Tribe Gaming has conquered the championship title of Call of Duty Mobile World Championship by beating Luminosity Gaming with a 4-3 scoreline. Luminosity Gaming has been unbeaten throughout the playoffs but ultimately lost their fortune against the 2-time world champions from North America in the jaw-dropping grand finale.

Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022 Grand Finals featured 16 teams that were qualified from various regional finals across the globe. The finals took place as an offline event in Raleigh, North California. Of that 16 teams, only 8 teams have qualified for the playoffs. Team Godlike and Team Vitality were the teams that made it to Stage 5 from the Indian division. However, they were disqualified from the event by losing their initial matches in the group stage.

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Tribe Gaming Emerged as the Champions of Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022

North America’s pro outfit Tribe Gaming pulled off a stunning victory against Luminosity in the CODM World Championship 2022 Grand Finals and ultimately lifted the trophy. It was a fascinating struggle between the two teams, who fought until the sixth round to determine who would become World Champions.

Despite losing their first match in the Playoffs against China’s Wolves and then fighting in the Lower Bracket, Tribe Gaming made an incredible comeback to reach the Grand FinalsTribe Gaming Won Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022. Tribe Gaming also won the 2021 Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship western finals in December last year.

Tribe Gaming has been a significant contender for the championship since 2020, as they have been the most dominant team in the North American area. Boris “BoLu” Lunin, Jezz, Angel “Marshy” Gonzalez, Maiwand “Vague” Zai, Brian “Tectonic” Michel, and their substitute David “Slothy” Alvarado were among the team’s finest players.
Following an intense competition in the Group Stage, eight teams advanced to the Playoffs, which followed the Double Elimination Bracket style. Omega defeated Skade in the Quarterfinals and advanced to the Semifinals, where they met INCO Gaming, who had beaten Japan’s Scarz.

Meanwhile, Wolves overcame Tribe Gaming, and Luminosity defeated STMN to meet in the Semifinals. Meanwhile, both of the losing clubs advanced to the Lower Bracket.

After surviving their respective Semifinals matchups, INCO Gaming and Luminosity advanced to the Upper Bracket Finals. The Brazilian team lost the duel and was demoted to the Lower Bracket Finals. They faced Tribe Gaming, who had already eliminated STMN and Omega from the tournament.

The Grand Finals were conducted between two North American teams, Luminosity and Tribe Gaming, and spectators were treated to a nail-biting battle between the two squads.

Prize Pool Distribution

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This is the first-ever LAN event organized by Activision, as the last two world championships have been cancelled due to the pandemic. The grand finals featured a prize pool of $1,700,000 which is distributed among the 16 teams as below:

  • 1st place: Tribe Gaming – $700,000
  • 2nd place: Luminosity Gaming – $280,000
  • 3rd place: iNCO Stalwart – $150,000
  • 4th place: Wolves – $110,000
  • 5th place: Skade – $80,000
  • 6th place: Omega Esports – $80,000
  • 7th place: SCARZ – $60,000
  • 8th place: STMN Esports – $60,000
  • 9th place: NYSL Mayhem – $30,000
  • 10th place: Team Vitality – $30,000
  • 11th place: Qing Jiu Club – $30,000
  • 12th place: ALMGHTY – $30,000
  • 13th place: Godlike Esports – $15,000
  • 14th place: Strut Esports – $15,000
  • 15th place: Influence Chemin Esports – $15,000
  • 16th place: Nova Esports EU – $15,000

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