World Of Warcraft’s Mythic Dungeon International NA Cup 2 Has Crowned A Champion!

World Of Warcraft’s Mythic Dungeon International NA Cup 2 Has Crowned A Champion!
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World of Warcraft‘s Mythic Dungeon International held its second North American cup this weekend, and they’ve crowned a champion! Eight teams competed, and after two days of ferocious competition, we finally have a winner.

The Grand Finals saw Ethical going against Method NA, with Method trying to keep their grip on the lead with a second consecutive victory in the NA tournament. Despite putting on a wonderful show and some fantastic performances, Ethical was unable to defeat Method NA, with the champions continuing to reign.

Method NA’s victory continues an absolute dominance over both tournaments, with this being their second consecutive win in the NA cups. Method EU is continuing to reign over the EU/Asia legs of the tournament, with victories in both of their cups as well. With Method NA’s victory, all four cups thus far have had a Method team as the winner of the grand finals.

That isn’t to say it was easy for them, of course – though they were definitely clear favorites from the start. Ethical had a bit of a rough go to their tournament, dropping into the lower brackets before winning the finals there and coming back for redemption against Method NA. Unfortunately, the team wasn’t able to complete their redemption, but they’ve secured a solid second-place slot in the tournament.

As the weeks go on, it’s becoming rather clear on who will be able to move onto the finals. Method NA and Ethical are nearly guaranteed at this point, with Complexity-Limit solidly coming in at third. Fourth place still seems up for grabs, but Goosy Bad was able to come in with a solid performance in this second cup, so plenty of eyes are on them to see if they can secure their spot in the finals.

With the close of this weekend’s NA cup 2, we can look ahead to the third cup of the EU/Asia region. There, Method EU is reigning absolutely supreme, but there’s always room for an upset or two. As things go, it’s looking guaranteed that the two Method teams will be facing each other in the finals to see which is supreme.

Given that last year saw Method EU winning first place with Method NA hitting runner-up status for the second year in a row, we could be watching a friendly rivalry as the finals approach! We recently heard the news that the finals would be held as an online-only tournament instead of the originally planned LAN format, but that won’t stop the drama from unfolding.