UGC St. Louis: Final Standings

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UGC St. Louis finished with great success, as pro and amateur teams faced off over three days with a FFA tournament and show-matches galore.

A grand total of $27,500 was given out at this tournament, with $5,000 given to the top-three finishers in the open bracket. Furthermore, the top-four teams in the open bracket got automatic placement into the upcoming Esports Minor League.

The following teams will be in that league (unless they are promoted to the pro league; then they will be replaced by the next placed team in this tournament), and the first three teams received prize money before the championship bracket:

  • PNDA Gaming ($3,000)
  • Most Wanted ($1,500)
  • SCION Esports ($500)
  • Solstice

As for the final standings, here is the placement list for all 16 teams who made it to the group stage of play, with the top-eight teams splitting the $22,500 prize pool left over:

  • 1st: Truce – $10,000
  • 2nd: Enigma6 – $5,000
  • 3rd: Evil Geniuses – $3,000
  • 4th: PNDA Gaming – $1,500
  • 5th-6th: – $1,000
    • Allegiance
    • Most Wanted
  • 7th-8th: – $500
    • SCION Esports
    • Solstice


  • 9th-12th:
    • Justice League
    • Hype & Positivity
    • Templar Esports
    • Rapid Pulse
  • 13th-16th:
    • True Ambition
    • Missouri’s Finest
    • InControl Gaming
    • Bring the Noise

How do you think the four teams that made it to the new Esports Minor League will fair?

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James Mattone is a journalist for GAMURS and can be contacted by email at [email protected] or on Twitter –@TheJamesMattone.