I've got some bad news, and some good news (man what a rollercoaster this was). The bad news:Yaaaas a rep!
Wolfen (the B-K main) first got knocked down to Losers by Sonix (and really, Sonix was a step ahead the whole time). In Loser 9ths, he matched up against Mtkat and got off to an early 2-0 game lead... only for Mtkat to come back. Not even a switch to Sephiroth could stop Mtkat's momentum, and that was it for Wolfen in the main qualifier.
So, (and here's where the good news are) Last Chance Qualifier. Wolfen managed to get to Winner's Final. One set more and he's qualified. There he meets up against Yei, who... swept him. Game 2 and 3 weren't that close, 2 stocks. So Wolfen's now in Loser's Finals against 0mart's Snake. One more shot. Game 1 doesn't go well, but Wolfen manages to stabilize himself over game 2 and 3 - although game 3 was close, last stock 100 % territory. 2-1 lead, one more game and he's in. Game 4 stats and Wolfen takes a commanding lead, 3-1 stocks. 0mart tries to make it competitive, but... Wolfen closes it out.
Wolfen's made it. As one of LCQ's Top 2. Sure, Yei beats him again for the seeding - 3-1, but the main point stands. The B-K main qualified, in a kinda poetic manner too.
So, the 16 players who qualified for the Central American Regional:
Central America South:
The Regional will be August 21st-22nd, in house and presumably in Mexico (going by the Regional's organizer being Smash Factor, which helped organize Mexico's online qualifier and other Mexican events).
Next week will be the South American Online qualifiers. Same format as the Oceania qualifiers the week before this one: The top 12 in the main qualifier goes through to the South America regional + 4 from the LCQ. South America has one spot in the Global Finals, which goes to the one who wins the Regional. I don't know much about South American players, honestly, but I'm curious to see what this region looks like.