A very special December has come to a close. We bid farewell to a fruitful year and now look forward to a 2023 full of new and innovative projects. Keep reading for our December roundup.
We sent off 2022 with The Final Series, a Valorant tournament that highlighted the top eight competitive teams of the year, as well as a showmatch featuring the staff of Leviatán, Furious Gaming and Krü Esports.
The Final Series: Teams featured CEOs, staff and content creators from FITCHIN, Leviatán, Furious and KRÜ. Furious’s Gonzalo García was the only CEO to represent his team on the server and delivered an incredible performance. Sergio "Kun" Agüero made a splash by joining the chat to cheer on his players and promising that, come the next edition, he’ll dust off his headset and join the fray. Rounding out the tournament, Leviatán was crowned champion and CEO Fernando Diez joined in the fun during the streaming to show us everything the team’s new building has on tap.
The Final Series: Communities featured the top squads from the 50 tournaments we held throughout 2022. Again, Leviatán, with its Academia of young talents, took home the title, racking up its fourth championship on FITCHIN. MiradaNinja was the shining star. The promising youngster from team dragón showcased the strength and drive coming up in the ranks. MiradaNinja and his fellow players said they appreciated having competitive amateur events to hone their skills throughout 2022.
Our partner team cut the ribbon at the Leviatán HQ, a five-story building in the Palermo neighborhood in the heart of Buenos Aires. The gaming center will serve as a base for Levianeta’s Latin America South teams. The building boasts 600 meters squared with offices for staff, 5v5 training rooms and bedrooms for the players who lodge there. It even has two terraces and a mini gym.
In attendance at the inaugural event were content creators, players and La Levianeta staff, who participated in The Final Series. And to cap it all off, there was an exclusive cocktail party with special guests.
December was chock full of Valorant tournaments. Our partner teams put on Krümmunity League, Leviatán hosted the Abyss Cup and Giants held the Ultimate Cup. Furious Gaming ran a Wild Rift tournament called Duelos Furiosos, and our ambassadors, Anikilo Brawl and Manute Masterse II, held a Brawl Stars tournament and a 1v1 League of Legends tournament, respectively.
At FITCHIN, we had the pleasure of launching the Winter Princess Open alongside DaniKongi.
In total, more than 9,000 players competed in tournaments on our platform and more and more rising stars are joining.
The new year always brings new tidings. When it comes to Valorant tournaments, Krümmunity League will continue hosting major and minor leagues, Leviatán will host Copa del Abismo, Giants will welcome players to the Ultimate Cup, and DaniKongi will be keeping us on our toes with the Winter Queens streamers tourney.
In League of Legends, Furious Gaming will host the 2v2 Duelos Furiosos, while Manute Masters will remain 1v1.
Last but not least, the Communities Party is coming to Decentraland! The fan-centered event will bring teams and content creators closer to their communities in a friendly digital environment. We’ll keep potential partygoers posted so they can claim their tickets!