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Top 10 Players From Skyesports SEA Championship

The Skyesports SEA Championship has finally concluded with BLEED Esports securing the win over Made in Thailand.

After claiming a 3-1 victory over Made In Thailand, Bleed Esports was crowned the champions of the AMD Skyesports SEA Championship.

MiTH advanced to the championship match after defeating God Squad (ex-Global Esports), where they faced off against BLEED. Due to the fact that MiTH had previously been defeated by them, they were eager to exact their vengeance and saw the grand finals encounter as the perfect opportunity to do so.

This was Chennai-based Skyesport’s first SEA-exclusive tournament. A total of $22,500 USD was thrown into the pot with the winners to take away a lion’s share of $15,000 USD.

Skyesports SEA Championship was an off-VCT Season event for teams that didn’t make the franchising plan. God Squad and Velocity Gaming had qualified through the Indian Qualifier of the Skyesports SEA Championship.

As per data provided by the tournament organizer, we have our top 10 players who were ranked on the basis of their kill count. Not to our surprise, the leaderboard featured every player from BLEED and Made in Thailand while it was Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar who made the cut to the top 10. Sitting at the 10th position, SkRossi secured a total of 287 Kills along with 67 first bloods.

Here is a list of the top 10 players who had the most kills at the Skyesports SEA Championship.

Player Name Kills First Bloods
Tyler James “juicy” Aeria36669
Kantapon “Kadoom” Kingthong35499
Kititkawin “PTC” Rattanasukol 34754
Ngô “crazyguy” Anh33434
Derrick “Deryeon” Yee33263
Palapoom “AloNeFillz” Thaikum32925
Nutchaphon “sScary” Matarat30823
Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar28167

Under the top 3, we have, Tyler James “juicy” Aeria from BLEED and the duo of Kititkawin “PTC” Rattanasukol and Kititkawin “PTC” Rattanasukol who terrorize the leaderboard with mammoth Kill numbers, 336, 354 and 347 respectively.

With being said, Skyesports was the first VCT Off-season event that served as the stage for BLEED Esports to attract Riot Games for a franchise slot.

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Bharat Kotwani
Bharat Kotwanihttp://www.talkesport.com
Traversing the colossal journey @ TalkEsport

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