Marcin “wolfpl” Mielniczek has been crowned Poland’s best Quake player after plowing through the offline tournament in Warsaw, taking home €205 (~224 USD).
Mielniczek started off the tournament with going up against Jakub, a match that ended 3-0 in his favor. He then found himself in the Winner Bracket final, where he breezed past Shaman in a similar fashion; 3-0, which gave him a ticket directly to the Grand Finals.
From the Lower side came Skoku, who had been fighting his way through the entire bracket after immediately getting relegated there in Round 1 following a loss against SL4VE. Two 2-0s, one 3-0 and one gnarly 3-2 result later, he had made it all the way to the Grand Finals where countryman Mielniczek waited.
However, wolfpl was prepared; the 32-year-old confidently walked away with a 4-0 result after winning three maps in a row on top of the one-map-advantage (Deep Embrace 18-4, Crucible 7-3 & Vale of Pnath 10-4), winning the tournament and landing himself a trophy, medal and a monitor along with €205.
If you want to see the full bracket for the offline event held yesterday, click here.