LATAM Top 8 determined

The 1557-person LATAM Challenge finished its qualifiers, with eight players making it to the final stage. Once again, Adventures rose to the top.

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.

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