The Team that Went Up Korea Tour Final Qualifiers

The Team that Went Up Korea Tour Final Qualifiers are Over…27 Teams Survive

It’s down to the final day to win the title.

The teams that will advance to the Korea Tour Finals are all set.

In the ‘KBA 3×3 Korea Tour 2023 Finals Jeonju’ (hereinafter referred to as ‘Jeonju’) held at Jeonju High School Gymnasium on Saturday (April 4),

the established powerhouses advanced to the final tournament without any major upsets. 스포츠토토

The Korea Tour Finals, which brought together teams from the 2023 edition of the Korea Tour from across the country,

was a nail-biting affair as the preliminary rounds were filled with upsets.

In the group stages of the Primary, Middle School, Men’s Open, and Korea League Men’s and Women’s divisions, the favorites in each group cruised into the final tournament.

In the battle of elementary school dreamers, favorites Wonju YKK, SF Shorts, Jeonju Vision Sports Club,

BALLER, Bukmyeon LG, and Dongtan TOP made it through to the final tournament to challenge for the top spot in the elementary division.

The competition was even more intense in the middle school division.

With eight teams playing three games a day, Pyeongtaek Kimhoon and Jeonju Kongnamul topped Group A and B to advance directly to the quarterfinals.

Wonju YKK, NewJins, ATB, and Gwangju TeamK made it to the quarterfinals.

In the Men’s Open, favorites Master Wook and Ait Iksan dominated.

They swept both of their preliminary matches with 21-point victories to top Group A and B, respectively.

As a reminder, only six teams participated in the Men’s Open, including Masterwok,

Ait Iksan, Man2Man X Yunnan Gymnasium, Motion Sports, Team Wooji-won, and Elegant Sports,

so all six teams automatically advanced to the quarterfinals regardless of their qualifying results.

In the women’s Korea League, which returned after a six-month absence from the Yangsan tournament in May,

1EYEHANSOL defeated Sacheon City Hall and Gimcheon City Hall to reach the finals without Master Wook.

Sacheon City Hall and Gimcheon City Hall will battle it out in the quarterfinals.

In the Korea League Men’s Division, the main event of the Korea Tour Finals,

Korea League Men’s cumulative leader MasterWook advanced directly to the quarterfinals, while Hansol Remicon,

led by Park Rae-hoon, and Descent Bumpers,

led by Han Jun-hyuk, stood out in the first day’s qualifiers.

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