Esports News 11 Mar 2021 10:07 AM +00:00

Belgium Win Gillette Championship

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Belgium win the Gillette Championship!

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Twenty-four of the best Pro Evolution Soccer players descended upon London this past weekend, as the Gfinity Arena played host to the Gillette Championship.

The event showcased incredible skill, unbelievable goals, relentless passion and several major upsets, as Jeremy “CZ TioMit” Bruniaux secured the Gillette Championship trophy!

Representing Belgium, CZ TioMit fended off competition from the likes of Italy, the Republic of Ireland and Sweden, before defeating Spain, Germany and Poland in the round of 16, quarter finals and semi-finals.

However, CZ TioMit’s biggest challenge came in the form of his home nation and fellow compatriot, Neo Lotfi, who represented France in the competition.

Unfortunately, Neo Lotfi was unable to bring the Gillette Championship home for France, as CZ TioMit won the grand final 6-4.

A full list of placements, including prize pool breakdowns, can be found below.

Final Placements

1st: Belgium (CZ_TioMit) | £6,000

2nd: France (Neo_lotfi) | £2,500

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3rd/4th: England (DRAGONE) | £1,250

3rd/4th:Poland (Jose Carlos Sánchez Guillén) | £1,250

5th/8th: Portugal (Mahrez_Champ) | £1,000

5th/8th: Hungary (adrainmaese) | £1,000

5th/8thGermany (LoScandalo) | £1,000

5th/8th: Croatia (Neo_Kampfer) | £1,000

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