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Tekken World Tour: AK falls short in Group Stage

Playbook Esports’ Alexandre “AK” Laverez fell short, bowing out of the group stage of the Tekken World Tour Finals 2022, Sunday at the Theater Amsterdam in Amsterdam.

AK posted a 2-3 win-loss standing in Group D which only landed him at fourth in the six-player pool. He ended up at 13th-6th.

The Filipino Tekken star opened his campaign with a 2-1 win over South Korea’s Seong-ho “Chanel” Kang before suffering three consecutive close losses to United Kingdom’s Hasan “JoKa” R, Raef “Raef” Alturkistani of Saudi Arabia, and Japan’s Daichi “Nobi” Nakayama.

AK ended his campaign on a high note, sweeping Australian bet Yagami.

Meanwhile, Andreij “Doujin” Albar failed to make it into the main draw after losing to Marquis “Shadow” Jordan of USA in the first round of the Last Chance Qualifier losers’ bracket.

Pakistan’s Atif “Atif Butt” Ijaz won the tournament after defeating Sang-hyun “Jeondding” Jeon of South Korea, 3-0, in the finals.

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