Winners of WEGAME 3.0 eSports tournaments

14 April 2017 Winners of WEGAME 3.0 eSports tournaments

At WEGAME 3.0, attendees could not only try a lot of gaming novelties by big independent studios, but also compete in tournaments and get valuable prizes. As part of the festival, 2 major eSports events, WEGAME VaultCup and WEGAME FIFA17 CHAMP, were held. Let us introduce winners who showed real skill in their favorite games.


WEGAME VaultCup LAN finals for League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2 took place on April 8-9. The American brand HyperX, which is known for its first-class hardware and accessories for eSports and gaming, was the sponsor of the tournament. VAULT, the network of computer clubs known for its experience in holding eSports competitions, was the organizer.

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Best teams that won the online competition on the FACEIT platform were qualified to finals. All of them showed good effort, but only 3 teams from each discipline were able to demonstrate high level of skill to deserve recognition and reward.

CS:GO winners:

  • 1st place – GYMORUSTU;
  • 2nd place – 2easy;
  • 3rd place – YANA.

Dota 2 winners:

  • 1st place – Podval;
  • 2nd place – ‘Stack of Dogs’;
  • 3rd place – Wings.

Best teams in LoL:

  • 1st place – Vault Team;
  • 2nd place – Glafi;
  • 3rd place – Win or Happy meal.

Members of these teams received HyperX gadgets and season tickets to VAULT clubs. Teams ranked first were also awarded with cash certificates for 10,000 UAH. More details about the rules and prizes of the tournament can be found here.

WEGAME FIFA17 CHAMP by eSports Dynamo Kyiv feat ESFU

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eSports Dynamo Kyiv in concert with ESFU organized WEGAME FIFA17 CHAMP WEGAME FIFA17 CHAMP. All the attendees registered on the first day of the WEGAME 3.0 festival could participate in FIFA17 competition.

Dmitriy "CrazyInLove" Krashevskiy won a gold medal and a certificate for 5,000 UAH. A silver medal and 3,000 UAH went to Yaroslav "Adleror" Melnichenko. Denis "Phoenix" Evtushik won a bronze medal and 2,000 UAH in the FIFA17 competition. Ilya "RainFG" Nastavniy was a little behind him finishing fourth.

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