At the beginning of the game, the Best-of-One competition had an exciting time. Natus Vincere came close to failing in mouse sports, only topping the list with a score of 14-16. FaZe also nearly beat Virtus.pro with a score of 13-16. G2 Esports had beaten Team Spirit on BLAST before, and it wasn’t until over time that they were eliminated again. The results of Group B are more decisive. Extra Salt was unable to reproduce the jump in the Funspark ULTI performance and was unable to lose points to Astralis at the 8-16 scoring line. Then the Danes played an exciting match with the Complexity team and survived, which is really surprising considering that Nicolai “Reedtz” recently left the team. Vigor is working hard to get his new fifth person selected. After losing complexity, they got back on their feet and took the victory of Extra Salt and BIG. However, Jayson “Kyojin” Nguyen Van is far from an outstanding player. In the end, the team lost to Furia, who reversed Group B’s “low base” after losing to BIG by a score of 6-16 initially. Therefore, despite all expectations, the Brazilian advanced to the playoffs. At the bottom tier of Group A, G2 eSports is the one who does this. After losing to Gambit, they leveled off, but now they don’t look as competitive as they did in the BLAST Premier Showdown competition.
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THE QUARTER FINALS PARTICIPANTS of DH-M
G2 and FU Astralis and Natus Vincere respectively. Before losing the final match, these teams have been fighting up to the top finals. NaVi survived under the protection of the new Mousesports Pack and then confidently removed Virtus.pro from the server. However, Gambit Esports once again became its ultimate boss. In the IEM Katowice and ESL professional leagues, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and his colleagues have failed to bring down the CIS team. This time, NaVi entered the third map, but eventually gave up with a score of 13-16. Even if they still make the playoffs, this is a serious blow to them and should give them some problems to worry about. They have a chance to fight Furia, but the Brazilians are explosive, unpredictable and, most importantly, NaVi seems to be struggling with mental issues. Now that the device is gone, they are losing one of their most basic building blocks. Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander had to completely redesign the role assignments on the team. However, because they are confidently placed above “more salt and complexity”, this new concept seems to be working at the moment. Lucas “Bubzkji” Andersen (Lucas “Bubzkji” Andersen) is doing much better now because the team sees him as the true fifth man. In the end, it wasn’t enough for Heroic, as his Danish opponent quickly won two maps 16-6 to advance to the semi-finals. In the playoffs, Bubzkji and his colleagues must first pass G2 eSports, which should prove to be a daunting challenge.
GAMBIT & HEROIC AT HELM AGAIN NOW
Gambit managed to surpass Fiend, G2 and NaVi. His last game was particularly difficult, but Gambit kept his favorite position in this game. The same goes for heroic heroes, they don’t fight at all. They won all the victories effortlessly and now they are patiently facing their next opponent in the semi-finals. In the last two games, both teams were the top finishers. Now the two start from different sides of the bracket. Therefore, if everything goes according to the most recent match, we will see the contest between the two again in the final. There, they’ll compete for the bulk of the $ 250,000 prize pool, but the honor of first place should outshine it all. After Heroic snatched first place from Gambit in the ESL professional league, the Russian took revenge at the BLAST Premier Showdown, claiming he had won last place. Based on the score, the two teams will now look to determine who really has the advantage in this game.