MSI 2022: Group stage scores, standings, and results

The Mid-Season Invitational, the first international League of Legends event of 2022, kicks off with the group stage on May 10.

Bringing the top teams from around the world to the Bexco Exhibition Hall in Busan, South Korea—considered by many as the home of esports—MSI 2022 will feature a total of 11 teams from regions including North America, Europe, China, South Korea, Japan, Oceania, Southeast Asia, Vietnam, Latin America, Brazil, and Turkey.

Drawn into three groups based on seeding, teams will compete in a double round-robin in Groups A and B and a quadruple round-robin in Group C. The top two teams from each group will advance to the next stage of the competition after a week of best-of-one matches.

Here are the scores, standings, and results for the group stage at MSI 2022.

Group stage

Group A

Position Team Wins Losses
1 T1 6 0
2 Saigon Buffalo 4 2
3 DetonatioN FocusMe 1 5
4 Team Aze 1 5

Group A: Matches (May 10 to 15)

T1 1 0 Saigon Buffalo
Team Aze 0 1 DetonatioN FocusMe
DetonatioN FocusMe 0 1 Saigon Buffalo
Team Aze 0 1 T1
Saigon Buffalo 1 0 Team Aze
T1 1 0 DetonatioN FocusMe
Team Aze 0 1 Saigon Buffalo
DetonatioN FocusMe 0 1 T1
Saigon Buffalo 1 0 DetonatioN FocusMe
T1 1 0 Team Aze
DetonatioN FocusMe 0 1 Team Aze
Saigon Buffalo 0 1 T1

Group B

Position Team Wins Losses
1 Royal Never Give Up* 6 0
2 PSG Talon 3 3
3 RED Canids 2 4
4 Istanbul Wildcats 1 5

*A discrepancy in latency between teams was reported at the event on May 13, leading to the initial three matches involving RNG, who are based in Shanghai, China, being replayed for the “best interest of competitive

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American Outdoor Brands, Inc. (AOUT) CEO Brian Murphy on Q3 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

American Outdoor Brands, Inc. (NASDAQ:AOUT) Q3 2022 Earnings Conference Call March 10, 2022 5:00 PM ET

Company Participants

Liz Sharp – VP, IR

Brian Murphy – President and CEO

Andrew Fulmer – CFO

Conference Call Participants

Ryan Meyers – Lake Street Capital Markets

Scott Stember – CL King

Operator

Good day everyone, and welcome to American Outdoor Brands Inc. Third Quarter Fiscal 2022 Financial Results Conference Call. This call is being recorded.

At this time, I would like to turn the call over to Liz Sharp, Vice President of Investor Relations for some information about today’s call. Please go ahead.

Liz Sharp

Thank you, and good afternoon. Our comments today may contain predictions, estimates and other forward-looking statements. Our use of words like anticipate, project, estimate, expect, intend, should, indicate, suggest, believe and other similar expressions is intended to identify those forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements also include statements regarding our product development, focus, objectives, strategies and vision; our strategic evolution; our market share and market demand for our products; market and inventory conditions related to our products and in our industry in general; and growth opportunities and trends.

Our forward-looking statements represent our current judgment about the future, and they are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Risk factors and other considerations that could cause our actual results to be materially different are described in our securities filings. You can find those documents as well as a replay of this call on our website at aob.com.

Today’s call contains time-sensitive information that is accurate only as of this time, and we assume no obligation to update any forward-looking statements. Our actual results could differ materially from our statements today.

I have a few important items to note about our comments on today’s call. First, we reference certain non-GAAP financial measures.

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How extended it requires to see final results when you start out doing work out, according to top fitness coach

It’s a perennial query on all health and fitness center newbies’ minds: how considerably of this actual physical torture do I have to endure prior to I recognize a alter in my physique?

Certainly, your causes for setting up a new workout routine may well not be aesthetic: potentially you simply want to truly feel additional energised or switch-up your everyday plan by having your sweat on.

Whatsoever your motives are for squeezing into your lycra, it can be practical in phrases of motivation to know how substantially training you definitely need to be doing in order to see some sort of physical improve, which, let us facial area it, is anything that’s usually in the again of our minds when we’re slaving away on a treadmill.

Of course, how significantly of a improve you see largely depends on your health amounts prior to beginning, clarifies physical fitness trainer Amanda Hughes.

“If you’ve in no way exercised prior to, you can hope to see effects considerably a lot quicker than anyone who has been education for several years, as their bodies will be a lot more conditioned,” she instructed The Independent.

“We’re all specific in our make-up, hence the rate at which we see improvements to our entire body will be various in each particular person.”

That currently being said, Hughes spelled out that if you adhere to your exercise session routine and you are education concerning 3 and five occasions a week, you can hope to see success within a month or two.

“However, selected variables will have an affect on this,” she added, this kind of as your body’s starting up issue and certainly your nutrition.

Irrespective of whether it is embarking on a new weights system or attending a new spinning class, Hughes advises the next

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Dot Esports’ Game Awards results are in

It’s that time of the year again. And while The Game Awards are always sure to please, we thought we’d share our top picks of the year.

The games chosen were all first nominated by the writers at Dot Esports. The most popular nominations were then voted upon to determine the winner.

Some big titles came out in 2021, including Halo Infinite, Resident Evil Village, and unexpected favorites like It Takes Two and Kena: Bridge of Spirits. The pandemic forced a lot of developers to push their games to late 2021 or 2022, so although there are a lot of good games nominated for the 2021 awards, 2022 also looks promising for game releases.

The Game Awards nominations have 30 categories, but we’ve slimmed that down to just the ones that encompass the heart of gaming. Here are the best games (and esports athlete and team) of the year, according to Dot Esports.

Game of the Year

Tied: Resident Evil Village and It Takes Two

Image via Capcom

The results for Game of the Year were tied according to our writers. Both Resident Evil Village and It Takes Two received the most votes. Both games were highly regarded, although Resident Evil Village had more hype for it coming out than It Takes Two did.

Best Game Direction

Winner: It Takes Two

Image via Electronic Arts

It Takes Two was one of the biggest multiplayer games of the year and all who played it gave it great reviews. The Steam store cites over 50,000 positive reviews. What’s most unique about this game is that only one person has to buy it and the second player uses a buddy pass copy of the game.

Best Art Direction

Winner: Kena: Bridge of Spirits

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Europa League playoffs draw results: Matches, teams qualified, seeds, rules for Round of 16 qualifiers

The Europa League may be Europe’s secondary club competition behind the lucrative UEFA Champions League, but the entertainment value and drama should ratchet up significantly after the changes made to the 2021-22 tournament to make it more exclusive and competitive.

One of those changes was the introduction of a playoff stage before the Round of 16. The eight Champions League third-place teams that in the past just walked into the Europa League’s knockouts as a consolation prize, will now have to prove they belong through playoff matches. Gone is the inflated Round of 32 that allotted slots for those Champions League underachievers to drop in — the Europa League knockouts will now start with the Round of 16, and half of the participants will come via the playoffs.

That playoff draw took place on Monday, Dec. 13. Here’s how it worked and which teams were involved.

Match Home team – 1st leg   Home team – 2nd leg
1 Sevilla FC vs Dinamo Zagreb
2 Atalanta vs Olympiakos
3 RB Leipzig vs Real Sociedad
4 Barcelona vs Napoli
5 FC Zenit vs Real Betis
6 Borussia Dortmund vs Rangers
7 FC Sheriff Tiraspol vs Sporting Braga
8 Porto vs Lazio

Europa League playoff draw

In the past, the Champions League third-place teams dropped into the Europa League knockouts because they were deemed to be deserving based on the quality and credentials that allowed them to qualify for Europe’s premier competition in the first place. Beginning this season, they’ll have to earn their spot in the Europa League Round of 16.

Those eight Champions League teams were drawn against the eight Europa League group runners-up in playoff series that will be played over two legs on Feb. 17 and Feb. 24. The team with the most goals in each series will

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