May 19, 2024
Here is your recap of the country's biggest FPS event for 2018!

TNC Win Another National Title

Philippine powerhouse TNC are now the champions of this year’s Plus Attack CS:GO category after winning against Cebu-based team Station-751, 2-0 (16-2 on Inferno and 16-5 on Mirage), in the grand finals of the tournament at the Cuneta Astrodome in Manila, Philippines on November 25, Sunday.

In the semifinals, Station-751 went all the way in their three-map series against the Expendables, winning 2-1 (8-16 on Dust 2, 16-11 on Overpass and 16-9 on Mirage). Meanwhile, TNC showed their class against local powerhouse ArkAngel with a 2-0 scoreline (16-3 on Mirage and 16-6 on Train).

A total of eight teams from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao gained their respective spots through a series of qualifier tournaments. As for the format of the main event, Plus Attack’s playoff stage is composed of a best-of-one quarterfinal, followed by a best-of-three semifinal and grand final bracket.

Empyrean, Fragsports, Metro Cebu and Cyberia Gaming Hub were the other teams who participated in the said tournament.

Overwatch and ROS: The Action-Packed Side Shows

In Overwatch, Philippine side MMK wins against Thai squad Illuminate.WISE, 7-6, in order to get the inaugural Plus Attack Overwatch title for the country. Thus, they win the lion’s share of the slated P150,000 prize pool for Blizzard’s FPS title.

As for Rules of Survival, No Rules wins the first place with a total of 1055 points, followed by TFS at 1020 points and Havoc at 820 points. 20 teams have appeared at the RoS tournament.

FPS Apex

Plus Attack featured three main titles, as well as a side title in the form of Project Xandata. A PUBG showmatch was supposed to be played, but was cancelled due to unforeseen technical issues. In addition, a quick 1v1 tournament was also held, where players showed their CS:GO aiming skills.

Project Xandata attracted everyone’s attention during the tournament with their exhibition and community showmatches on stage as well as their raffles and free play sessions at the off-stage playing site.

Plus Attack is WASD Philippines’ biggest attempt to create a FPS event so far, after holding two editions of the Tarlac Esports League (TESL) back in April 2017 and 2018.





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