Game 1: Mouz 6-3 C9
Mouz: England, Beastly, Vandal, VertcL, Hyper
C9: LaXInG, Mark, FoxA, Goddess, Retro
DreamHack Montreal champions Cloud9 played against Mousesports, in a match that C9 were heavy favorites to win. It was a rematch of the match the two teams played at Montreal, which C9 won emphatically, two maps to one. However, in this match, Mouz came out hot and won 6-3 on clubhouse. This victory catapults Mouz above C9 in the rankings for NA Pro League.
Game 2: SK 5-5 Obey
SK: Mint, Hotancold, Jarvis, Pojoman, Nyx
Obey: Skys, Benji, MahMan, Bosco, Adam
In a game between the first and last place teams in North America, SK was significantly favored to walk all over Obey, so it was shocking to many when Obey stormed out to an early lead. However, with a few strong plays, SK managed to come back and draw.
Game 3: Evil Geniuses 6-3 Rogue
EG: Yung, BC, nvK, Canadian, Geoo
Rogue: easilyy, Slashug, Ecl9pse, Shuttle, Supr
Longtime rivals Evil Geniuses and Rogue faced off in another DreamHack Montreal rematch, this time a semifinal rematch, a match which Rogue had previously won. However, EG with new signing geoo, stomped Rogue, 6 to 3, and promptly jumped their rivals in the standings, moving up to joint second.
Game 4: Noble 2-6 Spacestation
Noble: Krazy, Breezy, Heavy, Acid, Yeti
Spacestation: Bryan, Chala, ThinkingNade, Redeemer, Rampy
In a battle between 2 teams that are trending up, Spacestation was victorious, 6 to 2. This was Noble’s first Pro League match after switching the roles of Acid and Krazy, and the switch did not seem to work. Conversely, Spacestation performed quite well with their new team member Bryan, who replaced Shuttle.
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