Daybreak’s H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results

Daybreak's H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results

The first major showdown in Daybreak’s Elite Series came to a close this past weekend at DreamHack Atlanta. Two heart-pounding tournaments of H1Z1: King of the Kill – one featuring teams of five and another between solo players – combined to create one of the largest eSports event at DreamHack Atlanta this year in terms of both participants and its overall $250,000 prize pool.

Daybreak's H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results
Counter Logic

TOP TEAM RESULTS AND WINNINGS (in order of placement):

  1.      Counter Logic Gaming: $50,000
  2.      Luminosity: $35,000
  3.      Impact Gaming: $20,000
  4.      Hail Chapters: $15,000
  5.      Denial Esports: $10,250

Team Finals: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/161380990

Daybreak's H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results
SweetDreams Rogue Solo

TOP SOLO RESULTS AND WINNINGS (in order of placement):

  1.      Sweetdreams(Rogue): $25,000
  2.      Prox(Team Kaliber): $15,000
  3.      Aladdin(Dare Rising): $12,000
  4.      GORANY(World Best Gaming): $8,000
  5.      Splintexify(Epsilon Esports): $6,000

Solo Finals: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/161260100

Daybreak's H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results
DreamHack

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Three teams, Counter Logic Gaming, Luminosity and Obey Alliance, tied for the most kills in team finals, each with 22. Dafps (Counter Logic Gaming) racked up the most individual kills in team finals with ten kills, while Prox topped the individual* kill count in solo finals with nine.
  • 13 countries were represented across all matches, including the United States, China, France, Belgium, Turkey, Sweden, Korea, and more, with the furthest participant journeying from Australia to compete.

*Prox and Sweetdreams each tallied nine kills in solo finals; Prox won the tiebreaker by having the most kills in a single game.

Daybreak's H1Z1: King of the Kill Elite Series DreamHack Atlanta Tournament Results
Impact Gaming

24 teams competed in the qualifiers with seven advancing to the finals where they would face the top five teams from the Fight for the Crown tournament (CLG, Obey Alliance, Denial Esports, World Best Gaming, Luminosity Gaming).

Team Qualifiers: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/161159463

120 solo players competed for 40 spots in the finals to join 20 pre-selected top players, including previous H1Z1 Invitational winners Ninja (Luminosity), Inboxes (Rogue), and Radek (Echo Fox).

Solo Qualifiers: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/160915081

For a complete breakdown of both tournaments, visit H1Z1.com/EliteSeries.

ADDITIONAL INFO: DreamHack Atlanta was the first stop in the Elite Series, a new esports circuit focused on bringing together the world’s top-performing players of H1Z1: King of the KillThe Elite Series’ next major competition will take place at DreamHack Winter 2017 in Sweden.

H1Z1 is a single-elimination, massive arena shooter that pits 150 battle-hardened players against each other in a robust and detailed world. Players scavenge for weapons, ammo, armor, vehicles and life-saving supplies to gain the upper hand on the competition and be the last one standing.

H1Z1 is currently available on Windows PC through Steam Early Access. More information can be found at www.H1Z1.com/KotK

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