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Happy Feet’s Coffee_Prinz!, BREN’s Mawts clinch last The Nationals Tekken 7 playoff spots

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Happy Feet Emperors’ Coffee_Prinz! and BREN Epro’s Mawts completed The Nationals Season Two Tekken 7 playoff picture after outstanding performances on the final day of the group stages, Sunday evening.

HFE’s Coffee_Prinz! tallied a split, dropping his first game against the top-ranked Doujin of Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports Eagles, 2-3, 0-3, using Leeroy and Steve. He then won his last one against Cignal Ultra Warriors’ Vermillion, 3-0, 3-2, spamming Steve.

It was enough to join teammate Hapon in the top eight, collecting 29 points through a 24-26 standing, and earning him the seventh seed.

Meanwhile, BRE’s Mawts sent out a statement, sweeping STI E-olympians’ RakEnRol, 3-1, 3-0; and Smart Omega’s Pica, 3-0 3-0, all while spamming Nina in both series.

Mawts tallied 28 points and a 25-28 card to clinch the final seat in the playoffs.

Leading the pack is LPE’s Doujin, who amassed 46 points in an outstanding 33-12 slate.

CUW’s Vermillion came in second with a 31-17 standing, good for 40 points. On the other hand, defending champion AK (30-20) of LPE placed third after chalking up 38 points.

BRE’s Maru (31-22) settled for fourth with 36 points. HFE’s Hapon (26-23) and CUW’s NatureLover (24-22) who both has 32 points in the bank, ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.

SMO’s Jules (22-25), unfortunately, missed the playoffs by a point and settled for the ninth spot.

Also booted out from the competition are STI’s Don Argus (19-30) with 21 points, and SMO’s Pica (17-33) and another STI bet in RakEnRol (11-36), who had 19 and 12 points, respectively.

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