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After duking it out in various dungeons while racing against time, Echo won the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Season 1 Global Finals on April 25. This gives them the World Champions title and the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool. 

Throughout the Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals tournament, Echo went undefeated in every dungeon. They cleared the final mobs and bosses first with the best time.

Echo’s journey to the Grand Finals

In the first round of the event, Echo went up against Stygia in the Mists of Tirna Scithe and Necrotic Wake dungeons, taking down the opposing team 2-0. This meant Stygia fell into the elimination bracket where they had to fight against Does Gargoyle Stream? in order to stay in the tournament. 

When Echo faced Obey Alliance in the quarterfinals, they earned two more victories in Plaguefall and the Halls of Atonement. This pushed Obey Alliance into the elimination bracket, where they had to fight against PI Me for a chance at the World Champions title. 

Although Perplexed also got pushed into the Mythic Dungeon International elimination bracket, they made it back on top to face Echo in the final matchup. This time, instead of a best-of-three match, it was a best of five. In the grand finals, Echo achieved a full 3-0 sweep against Perplexed.

“I can’t really describe like how sick this is,” Mike “GingiDjebbara from Echo said in a post-match interview. “We went undefeated in the globals.” He then recalled how Echo won games back-to-back and that he couldn’t be happier. 

Echo wins WoW Mythic Dungeon International Season 1 Global Finals standings
Mythic Dungeon International Global Finals standings. Image provided by Blizzard Entertainment.

Gingi then noted that he couldn’t ask for a better team. After, he acknowledged his friends, family and fans who tuned into Echo’s streams and congratulated the team.

“Thank you so much, guys. It means a lot,” he said.

Along with the title and prize money, the players of Echo received gold medals to commemorate their victory.


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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