Insomnia64 finished on Monday afternoon, and after four days of competition we saw London Esports crowned the tournament champion. In a slightly delayed release (somehow I managed to pull my back closing my garden gate yesterday morning), here is the full final standings post for the event.
After four days, the end of LAN is here. The insomnia64 Grand Final between London Esports and DarkSpawn Gaming. The two teams face off for the lion’s share of the £6,250 prize pool.
EFLGG is proud to announce they are working with the British Armed Forces at Insomnia 64 alongside House of Gamers.
With the huge £30k prize pool up for grabs at i63, the top 16 teams at the tournament are awarded prize money. This means the intermediate tournament is more competitive than ever with £1,250 being awarded to the winning team. On Saturday, the Intermediate tournament consisted of 5 rounds of matches in a Swiss format followed by bracket play on Sunday.
The Swiss stage final standings can be found here: https://battlefy.com/ukmasters/insomnia-63-csgo-intermediate/5b803896ca8f0f03cf146271/stage/5b813794f471c203979f85d1/results
The full bracket for the playoff stage can be found [...]