Korean streaming website AfreecaTV recently hosted its first season of the Afreeca Tekken 7 League (ATL), which introduced new competitors and longtime Tekken professionals in Korea.

The season finale was an intense Fahkumram mirror game between Bae "Knee" Jae-min from ROX Dragons and Lim "Ulsan" Soo-hoon from EQNX.

Despite moving into the big final through the loser class, Knee raced through. The first two games of the series gave Ulsan no laps.

While Ulsan won the third game, the fourth game ended with an incredible double knockout and reset the bracket.



In the second set, both players swapped games, with Knee the first game, Ulsan the second game and Knee the second game game three.

The fourth game came to a final round because both players had little health. However, Knee was able to activate his rage mode and cornered Ulsan for a wall stun to end the grand finale with a noticeable tantrum.

With the win of the season, Knee brings the first season trophy of the ATL and a cash prize of 5 million (($ 4,150) Ulsan took 2.5 million rupees ($ 2,100) for second place.

You can see the grand finale on the official AfreecaTV Tekken 7 League stream.

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