Jang 'Moon' Jae Ho heads the chasing pack with a cool $52,221 USD, just ahead of the chinese pair of Sky and Infi. Lucifron was the biggest climber this month. His surprise showing at Blizzcon saw him jump 30 places, from 43rd to 13th. The Spaniard's leap meant that Susiria fell out of the top 20 for the first time since its inception.
The top eight looks like this:
1. SK.Lyn $93,027
2. MYM]Moon $52,221
3. WE.Infi $32,699
4. WE.Sky $30,173
5. MYM]Grubby $29,579
6. mouz.Fly100% $25,159
7. WE.TeD $21,026
8. GG.ToD $20,022
TeD was the other noteworthy mover, going from 15th to 7th. His victory at MGC was not enough to stave off the Koreans, however, as they continue to dominate the national ranking.
Lyn's success also puts SK-Gaming atop the team ranking. They lead MYM by a mere $3,000. With only two major tournaments left this year, the question now is whether Lyn can make the magical 100,000.
Source: Gravitas Gaming
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