The last stage of the qualifiers in the LATAM Challenge took place Sunday, with the remaining 512 players who made Day 2 compete for a spot in the Top 8.
Karl Sarap, who lead the field after eight rounds on Day 1, finished on top with a 14-1-1 record playing Gruul Adventures. Simón Arboleda Escobar and Tlacaelel Cambos also secured a Top 8 spot with Gruul Adventures, while Gonzalo Rafael Vargas played the Temur Ramp version of Adventures.
Vagner William Casatti and Matheus Akio Yanagiura secured their slot with Mono-Green Food. Mario Palma finished third with Rakdos Midrange, and Guillermo Fisher gave Mono-White Aggro it's best tournament finish in a long time, claiming second.
The players are now guaranteed $4,000 no matter how they perform in the Top 8-playoffs, December 11-13. The Top 4 players each get an invite to the Kaldheim Championship, and the winner takes home $10,000 for winning the 1557-player tournament.