World Championships of Warhammer 2023 Winners List

The competitive landscape of tabletop gaming witnessed a historic moment as the United States clinched the title of the leading country at the inaugural World Championships of Warhammer. The event, which took place in Atlanta, USA, saw a gathering of the globe's finest players, with the US outperforming rivals across multiple game categories to secure the overall victory.
World Championship of Warhammer 2023 Winners

The first-ever World Championships of Warhammer concluded with the United States emerging as the top-ranking nation, following intense competition that saw over 340 elite players from more than 40 countries converge in Atlanta, USA.

World Championships of Warhammer Winners and Finalists:

Warhammer 40,000

  • World Champion: Mani Cheema (England) – Chaos Space Marines
  • Second Place: John Lennon (USA) – Ultramarines

Kill Team

  • Champion: Aleksa Pavkovic (Australia) – Chaos Cultists
  • Second Place: Alberto “Java” (Spain) – Chaos Cultists

Warhammer Age of Sigmar

  • World Champion: Nicolas Tassone (France) – Lumineth Realm-lords
  • Second Place: Tom Mawdsley (England) – Skaven

Warhammer Underworlds

  • Champion: Aman Khusro (USA) – Domitan’s Stormcoven
  • Second Place: Cyril Deneux (France) – Ephilim’s Pandemonium

The four-day event featured battles across Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Kill Team, and Warhammer Underworlds.

In a display of strategic mastery, Nicolas Tassone from France led the Lumineth Realm-lords to victory in Warhammer Age of Sigmar, while England’s Tom Mawdsley followed closely with Skaven.

Warhammer 40,000 saw England’s Mani Cheema claim the championship with his Chaos Space Marines, with the USA’s John Lennon securing second place with Ultramarines.

The Kill Team title was snatched by Australia’s Aleksa Pavkovic and his Chaos Cultists, with Spain’s Alberto “Java” also making a strong showing. For Warhammer Underworlds, Aman Khusro of the United States triumphed, and France’s Cyril Deneux placed second.

Overall, the United States took the crown, with France as the runner-up and England coming in third. Each game also contributed to the overall country rankings, with Canada, Spain, Poland, and Germany securing top spots in individual categories.

The event was live-streamed and extensively covered on the Warhammer Community platform, and fans can revisit the action through the live blog or by streaming the event on the Warhammer Twitch channel.

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