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After a weekend of completing dungeons, Ambition won the World of Warcraft Last Stand Tournament and advanced to the Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals. In addition to securing the remaining spot in the Global Finals, which begins on Oct. 29, Ambition took the lion’s share of the $20,000 prize pool.

How Ambition reached the top

With three hours left of the event, Ambition reached the top with the best accumulated time. However, Aster.A and Omega Pump followed close behind. Omega Pump later moved into first place and were two seconds ahead of Aster.A. When there was only 30 minutes left in the Last Stand Tournament, Ambition pulled into first place and soon won the World of Warcraft competition.

Ambition in the Sanguine Depths dungeon. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

The Last Stand Tournament ran between Oct. 1-3, and teams had 15 hours total to complete six dungeons. Ambition raced against time and their competitors Omega Pump, Aster.A, Reload Esports, Practice? and Evolving.

All of these teams earned a spot in the Last Stand Tournament by participating in the Time Trials phase of the season, which involved 60 teams across the global region competing against each other.

The final leaderboard. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

MDI Global Finals

Ambition’s victory means they will race against the other teams that earned a spot in the Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals. These teams include Echo, Incarnation, Complexity, Obey Alliance, Team Name, Perplexed and Aster.Y.

The Global Finals bracket. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

In the Global Finals, Ambition will first face Perplexed. Meanwhile, Complexity will fight for the best time against Echo. As for Incarnation, the team will battle against Team Name. This means Aster.A will go up against Obey Alliance. The winners of the Global Finals will receive the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool.

To catch all the Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals action, World of Warcraft fans can head over to YouTube. The tournament will run from Oct.29-31 and begin at 1 p.m. EDT.

Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!
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