Injustice 2 Pro Series Grand Finals 2017 Results

Published: Monday, September 18, 2017 - 18:46 | By: Matthew Fetrow
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May 16, 2017
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This year marked the beginning of Injustice 2's Pro Series, a global circuit that saw top players competing all around the world for the chance to qualify for the grand finals, which has a whopping $200,000 prize pool to be shared amongst the top 8. Now we're here, with the big event taking place in Hollywood, California, and top 4 being broadcast on national television via ESPN2. Here, someone will take home the majority of the big payout and be crowned the first Injustice 2 Pro Series champion.

Streaming was done by NetherRealm. As usual, players will be listed in “[sponsor/team name] | [player name] [[characters used]]” format.


Injustice 2

Due to being a specialized event featuring one game, top 16 will be listed instead of top 8.

  • 1. Echo Fox | SonicFox [Red Hood, Captain Cold]
  • 2. Noble | Semiij [Catwoman, Starfire]
  • 3. PG | Hayatei [Robin]
  • 4. F3 | DR Gross [Green Lantern, Black Adam, Aquaman]
  • 5. Echo Fox | Theo [Supergirl, Superman]
  • 5. Noble | Dragon [Black Adam, Aquaman]
  • 7. BC | HoneyBee [The Flash, Deadshot]
  • 7. NASR | TekkenMaster [Brainiac, Atrocitus, Doctor Fate, Batman]
  • 9. Echo Fox | Scar [Supergirl]
  • 9. Eanix | Biohazard [Harley Quinn, Bane]
  • 9. Rogue | Slayer [Black Adam, Catwoman]
  • 9. Noble | iLuusions [Green Arrow]
  • 13. PxP | A Foxy Grampa [Deadshot]
  • 13. RNG | Whiteboi [Scarecrow, Deadshot]
  • 13. PND | Madzin [Batman]
  • 13. Circa | ForeverKing [Batman, Deadshot]
In a display of complete domination that surprises no one, Echo Fox's own SonicFox handily maintains his reputation as the elite of NRS games, not only staying on the winners side of the bracket throughout, but nearly pulled off an “event perfect” by dropping zero games until meeting Semiij in winners finals, where he dropped only one. With this win, he pockets $120,000 of the event's $200,000 prize pool. Is this a sign of what's to come? Will SonicFox utterly crush any and all competition throughout the game's lifespan as he has for past NRS games? People assumed he was actually mortal when he was unable to secure the Evo win earlier this year, but it seems to have been a mere fluke. Perhaps with upcoming new characters and balance patches, things could change for next year's Pro Series.

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