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Paladins Masters Atlanta 2018 is live!

Cheer on Australia’s very own Kanga Esports as they battle the best of the best at Paladins Masters Atlanta 2018

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The 10 best Paladins teams in the world are currently facing off in the $100k Paladins Masters LAN, and matches will be broadcast live at live.Paladins.com. The LAN will showcase the skills of the top 4 teams from the Paladins Premier League (PPL) against the top teams of all Paladins Global (PGS) Series regions to see who is worthy of the title of “Paladins Masters.”

The four-day LAN event runs from Thursday, May 17th through Sunday, May 20. Broadcast starts at 11 AM EDT (1am AEST) every day. A full schedule can be found here. The tournament is a double elimination bracket, and the teams and their seeding are as follows:

  • FNATIC:  (#1 Europe from PPL)
  • G2 Esports (#1 North America from PPL)
  • Natus Vincere (#2 Europe from PPL)
  • Team Envy (#2 North America from PPL)
  • Burrito Esports (#1 LATAM from PGS)
  • Kanga Esports (#1 Oceania from PGS)
  • Spacestation Gaming (#1 Brazil from PGS)
  • Renegades (Replacing #1 SEA from PGS)
  • ChromaSpace (#1 CIS from PGS)
  • Gankstars (Winner of play-in match for NA/EU PGS)

Draw

G2 Esports and FNATIC are equally strong contenders going into the LAN, both won all of their regular season matches during the PPL, and are equally favored to win Masters. These two powerhouses could face a challenge from Latin American team Burrito, a roster that previously competed as Nocturns Gaming and were the first international team to reach semi-finals in a Paladins LAN. These three teams will keep the bracket interesting, and there is no clear winner going into this competition.

Paladins Masters broadcast can be found at live.Paladins.com

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Derek 'Dez' Maggs

Board Game & Tech Reviewer / Podcast Host of Rapid Reviews on the Boomer Radio Network / Assistant Producer of Creaytors Series on YouTube / Coffee & Hug Addict

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