Revenant Esports qualified to the Brawl Stars Championship 2023 LCQ, Know More

Revenant Esports Brawl Stars team, which has swept the India Circuit to qualify for the Brawl Stars Championship 2023 LCQ. They will be representing the country at the event, which will happen at an offline venue later this year.

Revenant Esports, Asia’s fastest-growing esports organization, has scripted history by becoming the first Indian team to qualify for the Brawl Stars Championship (BSC) 2023 Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ). The organization is set to represent the country at the LCQ, which will take place as a LAN event, against the top teams of the world for a slot at the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023. 

Revenant Esports’ Brawl Stars roster features Hero-x, Ashmit “Sergeant Clash” Raj Singh, Prashant “Trashant” Malik, and Jerome “Response” Kuek Jiaen. The team has been absolutely dominant in the National Circuit, with back-to-back victories in the Brawl Stars Championship India Monthly Finals, cementing its name as the best roster in the country. 

For the 2023 season, India was added as a new region to the Brawl Stars Championship. As a part of this, Supercell announced six monthly qualifiers for the country between February and August. These qualifiers featured an open-for-all format with the top teams receiving Qualification Points for the LCQ. After an immensely successful season, which saw Revenant win four of the five Monthly Qualifiers so far, the team has built an inaccessible lead in the qualification standings. 

Commenting on the qualification to the international LCQ, Sergeant Clash said, “Making it to the Brawl Stars Championship 2023 LCQ is a big goal that we have managed to achieve – but our work only starts here. We have trained tirelessly to build our dominance in the Indian scene, but it’s now time for us to focus on defeating global teams. We are here to seize this opportunity and will be giving our best for a shot at the title and making all our Indian fans proud.”

This won’t be the first international outing for Revenant Esports in Brawl Stars. Earlier this year, the team flew to Japan to compete in the Snapdragon Mobile Masters, finishing in seventh place. “We learned a lot from the Snapdragon Mobile Masters and have made some internal changes to ensure we are better prepared this time,” Sergeant Clash added. 

Thus, Revenant Esports has qualified for the Brawl Stars Championship 2023 LCQ, which will happen as a LAN event at an undisclosed venue later this year. The top four teams from the LCQ will move on to the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023, where they will face the best of the world for a share of the $750,000 prize pool and the title of world champions. 

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