Echo wins the WoW Mythic Dungeon International for the third time in a row
For Echo, winning competitively World of Warcraft events have become commonplace. Whether it’s Race to World First or Mythic Dungeon International, the organization has set the standard for all facets of PvE gameplay in wow dating back to early 2021. Today, the organization added another trophy to its case, winning its third consecutive Mythic Dungeon International event.
For the Echo organization, this MDI victory marks its third consecutive victory wow victory, while the team’s main players have now clinched their fifth straight MDI title.
The first two wins of that five-title streak came as the roster competed under the Method EU and Wunderbar banners in 2019 and 2020, respectively, though those last three wins in 2021 and 2022 belong solely to Echo.
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In the final round of today’s MDI final, Echo cleanly swept Monka three cards to zero, despite losing in the semi-finals. Chained Echo wins on Necrotic Wake, Tazavesh: Streets of Wonder, and Plaguefall, with the final map being completed by champions at Keystone Level 25 in under 14 minutes. In total, Echo ended the final series with just two kills across their three maps, with both coming during Tazavesh, a map they always came out on top.
Not only do Echo Events win, but they stage competitive Unprecedented Domination Series wow has rarely crossed its history. The Organization Raid Team and Mythic+ Team have compiled winning streaks in wowthe most important and notable events during the Shadowland expansion, with back-to-back world premiere victories to go along with their MDI dominance.
Echo will seek to continue to hold wowthe PvE scene of with a vise as the game transitions into its next expansion, Dragonflight. Blizzard confirmed earlier this month that the expansion will be released before the end of 2022.