Echo and Incarnation Head to World of Warcraft MDI Global Finals


After a weekend of matches, Echo and Incarnation secured a spot in the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon Global Finals. The two teams will join Complexity, Obey Alliance, Team Name, Perplexed and Aster.Y between October 29-31, where they will compete for a $ 300,000 prize pool in the tournament.

Echo vs. Incarnation

Echo and Incarnation started strong in the top group, with both teams beating their opponents 2-0 in their first round matches. Both teams continued this winning streak in quarter-final matches, with Echo 2-0 over Reload Esports and Incarnation securing a 2-0 victory over Omega Pump.

In the semifinals, however, Incarnation beat Echo 2-0. This pushed Echo into the elimination bracket, where they fought Reload Esports. With a score of 2-0 against the opposing team, Echo entered the final for a rematch against Incarnation.

Incarnation against Echo in the dungeon of the Theater of Pain. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

World of Warcraft MDI Group C Final

During the final, the teams faced off in the dungeon of the Theater of Pain. The two teams were neck and neck, but Echo took the win. The team defeated Mordretha, the Endless Empress, first with a time of 18:50.

Next, the teams battled against the clock in the Mists dungeon of Tirna Scithe. Incarnation tied the score with a completion time of 16:16. As for the match point within Sanguine Depths, it went to Incarnation with a time of 16:49.

    Echo and Incarnation Head to World of Warcraft MDI Global Finals
Incarnation against Echo in the Sanguine Depths dungeon. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Since Echo and Incarnation finished in the top two teams in Group C matches, they have both secured berths in the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon Global Finals.

The last fight tournament

Last Stand tournament winners will also join Echo, Incarnation, Complexity, Obey Alliance, Team Name, Perplexed, and Aster.Y in the Global Finals.

Information on the Last Stand tournament. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Between October 1 and 3, the top six teams in the open entry time trials will have 15 hours to press the keys. The team with the best score will get a place in the World Final.

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