Germany’s Superjj102 takes the $10,000 grand prize in the Gwent Open Tournament | PCGamesN

Germany’s Superjj102 takes the $10,000 grand prize in the Gwent Open Tournament

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube

This past weekend saw the Gwent Open Tournament go down in Warsaw, Poland, with the pro ladder’s top eight players competing for top honours in the event.

Check out the best new games on PC.

The finals came down to Jan “Superjj102” Janssen from Germany and Andrzej “Adzikov” Bal from Poland. Bal took the first game for an early lead, but Janssen quickly regained momentum to take the next three games straight and close the tournament in game four of the series.

Janssen takes a prize of $10,100, with the remainder of the $25,000 prize pool split among the remaining seven competitors.

These were the final standings.

Finalists:

  • Jan “Superjj102” Janssen (Germany) — $10,100
  • Andrzej “Adzikov” Bal (Poland) — $4,300

Semifinalists:

  • Elias “Shaggy” Sagmeister (Austria) — $3,200
  • Raffael “GameKingAT” Iciren (Austria) — $2,350

Quarterfinalists:

  • Benjamin “Kolemoen” Pfannstiel (Germany) — $1,400
  • Evgeny “eiSloth” Androsik (Belarus) — $1,400
  • Zehua "Huyahanachann" Zhao (China) — $1,250
  • Nikolay “Cmel” Sakharov (Russia) — $1,000

You can check out all the action via CD Projekt Red’s official Twitch channel.

GOTW
Sign in to Commentlogin to comment
The Great Gratzby avatar
The Great Gratzby Avatar
151
6 Months ago

I do have some reasonable amount of faith in Gwent. But JJ effortlessly checkmating Kolemoen by turn two because he knew exactly what cards he was going to play in exactly what order is a pretty good portrait of the state of the game right now.

1