The Mortal Kombat 1 has its own professional circuit, with twenty of the best players in the world colliding in the Final Kombat this June in Toronto. However, this circuit is not easy to follow, and for players, it is even harder to qualify for it as offline events are rare and distributed across the globe.

That's why one of the best ways to get to the Final Kombat was the regional tournaments, four of which came to an end recently. In Europe West, the Interkontinental Kombat finals were dominated by VideoGamezYo. The British player stormed through the upper bracket to face the number one on the leaderboard, Kanimani. The Turkish player managed to get the reset but ultimately lost.

In Europe East, there was not much competition, at least when we talked about first place. MakaoraN was much stronger than his opponents, and the whole qualifier might seem like a walk in the park. 

In Oceania, Waz was the clear favourite, as his lead was outrageously big. However, in the final tournament, he really struggled against Souls Clue, and it was the latter who qualified for the tournament. 

The Middle Eastern qualifier was, perhaps, the most dramatic. Several great players, including Tekken Master and MK_AZERBAIJAN, competed in the final eight, but the one who qualified for the Final Kombat was FaysalKombat. Luckily, Tekken Master is currently in first place on the Global Leaderboards, so the chances of seeing him in Toronto are quite high, as nine players with the highest ratings will join the Mortal Kombat 1 World Championship.

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