Just Dance isn't a franchise you'd normally associate with esports, but there are competitions for the dancing game. In fact, the 2018 Just Dance World Cup has just wrapped up, and last year's champion Umutcan 'Technoth' Tütüncü took the title for the second year in a row.
There was a best-of-five grand final against Jordan 'Jjtatooo75' Boury to decide the winner, and although it was close, Technoth just managed to edge it 3-2 to clinch the trophy once more, culminating months of competition featuring players from 18 different countries.
If you missed the action, you can watch a replay right here. Do you like Just Dance esports?
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