The World of Warcraft Classic Fall Conquest was full of epic matches of 15v15 in the Arathi Basin for three weeks. Inside the tournament could only participate players with characters of level 60. The prize had a total of $6,000 for the Americas and Europe, which will be split between the top two teams from the finals of each region.
The registration was open for competitors from Europe until Thursday, October 1 at 10:00 a.m. m. PDT and for competitors from the Americas until Thursday, October 8 at 10:00 a.m. m. PDT.
In the European competition, there were two winners. The first was the US, the APES. Just like getting the World First of Ragnaros among other achievements, after their WoW Classic Summer Bowl US championship, the APES defeated Venoxis Finest 2-0 and thus achieved their second victory in the WoW Classic Grand Final.
In North America, it was Hell Yeah Brother. There’re two Horde teams fight each other in the Grand Finals. For the preparation of the final, Johnathan “Reinforce” Larsson stated that: “I have a thing for elemental shamans. I am from the Alliance and I am a warrior, so I have to deal with shamans on every battlefield. They are my nemesis at the moment, so when I watch the Fall Conquest tournament I only keep an eye on the shamans”. This turned out to be prophetic in a fast-paced final, in which third-place seed Hell Yeah Brother snatched the top spot from ReadyRaider with a 2-0 lead to secure the North America title.
With the end of the Fall Conquest, WoW Classic Phase 6 is coming soon. There’re more news and rumors come out every day. For more help on the game, visit GoldPiles and grab WoW Classic gold. You’ll become stronger than ever.
(Contributed by Guillermo Bisbal; Edited by Hermes_Fang)