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With twelve teams and over $140,000 up for grabs, the Razer 2017 Vainglory World Championships in Singapore played out to a full house.
Vainglory, a mobile multiplayer battle arena game, held its last 3v3 world championship over the weekend. Future matches will be played in its new 5v5 mode.
Eventual winners, Tribe, looking at the audience on day one.
The analyst team filing the downtime between matches.
Match commentators were located in a separate area above the crowd.
Tribe's members gather around during the drafting phase before a match.
Tribe's DNzio playing his heart (and fingers) out in the best of seven grand finals.
Ace Gaming discussing strategies for its draft.
Ace Gaming players focusing on the match at hand.
While Vainglory can be played on a phone, some players choose to use an iPad instead.
The Kallange Theatre, where the championship was held, was packed to the brim with eager fans.
The crowd cheers as a play is made.
Fans getting hyped up.
Tribe eventually beat Ace Gaming 4-1 to take home the trophy.
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