A great effort: Hashtag Harry and Hashtag Ryan perform well in FUT Champions Cup 6

Welcome back, guys!

Hashtag Harry and Hashtag Ryan were busy competing in the FUT Champions Cup 6 over the weekend, where both of our lads put in a valiant effort to make it into the latter stages of the competition.

Round one of the important tournament saw Harry record a convincing 7-2 win over Sakul, whilst Ryan unfortunately suffered a 4-2 loss against Ichor Klinger 7.

Round two saw a reverse in the boys’ fortunes, as it was Harry who lost this time around with a narrow 4-3 defeat to Rafsou. Meanwhile, Ryan managed to get a win on the board with a 4-2 win over NSE Tmaciel.

Round three was successful for both of the lads, as Harry and Ryan won 6-2 and 6-4 respectively, where there was potential for yet another Hashtag Derby if the two were drawn against each other.

Luckily, they weren’t. Harry was facing his ex team-mate FaZeTass, although Ryan was given a much harder task – a match against World No.1 F2Tekkz. Both matches ended in defeat for our boys.

The last game of day one saw wins needed for both Harry and Ryan if they were to progress into the knockouts, where something crazy happened.

Whilst Harry cruised to a 5-2 victory, Ryan managed to come back from 4-0 down to win 5-4 in amazing fashion. Well played Ryan!

This is where things got tough for the Hashtag lads.

Harry managed to record a tight 6-5 victory over Der_Gaucho10, although sadly, Ryan was knocked out on penalties by FaZeTass after a hard-fought game.

Harry’s win saw him progress into the quarter-final, where he would face a tough opponent in Rebel_Stokes.

Sadly, this is where Harry’s tournament came to an end, although both of our boys can be extremely proud of their efforts against some of the World’s best.

As a result of their excellent performances, Harry and Ryan earned some nice rewards.

In Harry’s case, he managed to secure 450 Pro Points as well as $3,500, which moved him up to 23rd place on the global leaderboard.

Also, Ryan picked up 274 Pro Points and $1,000, moving into 19th place on the global leaderboard, putting the grand final (top 16) well within reach for both of them at the Play-offs.

Well done, guys!