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Thunder Earn Promotion in Brawl Club League

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Team Norse Thunder’s Brawl Stars roster is celebrating yet more success after being promoted into the diamond-level leagues during the latest Club League event.

Thunder were competing in Gold Division II alongside seven other teams from across the European continent. Club League events, which happen every two weeks, see teams battling it out over three days with the best-performing teams promoted and the lowest-ranked teams relegated.

Beginning their Brawl Stars adventure in early autumn of 2022, Thunder’s roster has progressed through the ranks quickly. The roster finished as runners-up in Bronze Division I before winning Bronze III Division in September. A third-place finish in mid-October in Gold Division I saw the team promoted to Gold Division II, and this weekend’s performance has put Thunder into Diamond Division I.

Thunder topped the league table across all three days of the latest event - the first time the roster had held and defended a top-of-the-table position. The performance earned them a perfect score across the weekend of 350, while the nearest team finished with 185 points.

The final league standings were:

1st - Team Norse Thunder (350 points)
2nd - Pazova (185 points)
3rd - M & SH (170 points)
4th - Maxi’s Gang (70 points)
5th - Nerehaa (0 points)
6th - Francois Peatri (0 points)
7th - Maricruz Club (0 points)
8th - ZOOM 5A (0 points)

Speaking about the team’s progress, Team Norse Thunder’s Dave Scotford said: “Brawl Stars has become something that brings together people from right across the organisation - we’ve got players from other rosters and our community all playing and that’s been really cool to see. At the end of the day, that’s what Thunder is about - bringing people together.

“We’ll keep building and maybe the future will see us having dedicated Brawl Stars players with us. We’re going to keep working at it and hopefully, that’ll see us moving up the leagues. There are some ESL tournaments that we’d like to be a part of, but that’s very much in the future. We’ll get there though.

“I think we’ve done really well to bounce through the bronze, silver, and gold leagues and getting up into diamond is really pretty good considering just how long we’ve been playing the game. There are mythic, legendary, and masters leagues above, so there’s still a good way to go before we’re among the game’s elite, but we’re on our way!”