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M4: Arcadia steers RRQ Hoshi to upper bracket


Michael “Arcadia” Bocado’s RRQ Hoshi entered the upper bracket playoffs while Peter “Basic” Lozano’s The Valley and Ameniel “Mundo” Mundo’s Occupy Thrones dropped to the lower bracket, Wednesday in the M4 World Championship.

RRQ Hoshi (Indonesia) took down RSG SG (Singapore) to salvage a 2-1 standing in Group C – good for the second seed. They finished second in the group following the top-ranked ECHO (Philippines).

On the other hand, Occupy Thrones (Egypt) suffered a deflating loss to ECHO which dropped them at 0-3 in the same group.

Lastly, The Valley (USA) lost to Team Haq (Malaysia) earlier today which put their tally at 1-2 in Group D.

RRQ Hoshi will face TODAK in the upper bracket while Occupy Gaming and The Valley will take on Malvinas Gaming and Burn X Flash, respectively, in the lower bracket.

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