A Seat for RA’AD In The Red Bull Campus Clutch 2022 in Brazil Has Been Secured

16 November. 2022

RA’AD has been selected to represent Egypt at Red Bull Campus Clutch 2022 after a series of intense matches. 

In the first round of the qualifier, RA’AD faced BAR’A and came out on top with a 2-0 score. 

In the second round, RA’AD faced We’re On Mute and triumphed again, this time by a score of 2-0, thereby advancing to the Egyptian Finals Qualifiers. 

After a close 2-1 victory over Dark Tempest in the first round, RA’AD breezed past 3BL Esports 2-0 in the second. 

RA’AD defeated Bravado Gaming 3-0 in the finals to claim the title of Red Bull Campus Clutch 2022 EGYPT and an automatic bid to represent Egypt in Brazil. 

As for Wild Rift, on the first day of Safe Mode Qualifiers (Monday, October 21), RA’AD defeated TWD, Vision Esports, and 1st Sentinels.

After these three victories, RA’AD was guaranteed a spot in the Safe Mode Pro League. 

On Saturday, October 26th, RA’AD played against Team “Old Generation” in the first round of the Safe Mode Pro League and won 2-0. They next played against Team “1st Sentinels” and won again, this time 2-0. 

On Sunday, October 27th, RA’AD competed in the winner bracket finals versus “Anubis Gaming,” who ultimately prevailed 2-0 against us. 

On Monday, October 28th, RA’AD played “Vslash Esports” in the lower bracket finals, and after winning 2-1, they advanced to play “Anubis gaming” in the grand finals for 1st and 2nd place. 

Despite RA’AD’s best efforts, Anubis Gaming prevailed once again with a 3-1 score, relegating them to second place in Safe Mode 5.

Finally, the Honor of Kings team spent two days competing in the HOK Regional Tournament Qualifier at the Dubai Esports Festival (5th Nov to 6th Nov) 

RA’AD faced off against RTG and Triple D Esports on Day 1. After 30 minutes of intense play, they fell to RTG (Games in HOK end at 22 minutes at best). In the match against Triple D, RA’AD triumphed thanks to strong team fighting and a Tempest Dragon (the equivalent of Baron) stolen by LEGU. 

On the competition’s second day, RA’AD was scheduled to play against 3BL and Geekay, but 3BL gave a walkover. We played against Geekay for 19 minutes and won because they did nothing but clear waves and buy time.