Game 1: Cloud 9 6-4 NobleGG
C9: FoxA, Goddess, Laxing, Retro, Mark
Noble: Yeti, ZZ, Krazy, Acid, Breezy
In an important match to decide who’s in danger of relegation, C9 and Noble faced off on Villa. C9 were the favorites, but a strong opening set Noble ahead. C9, led by FoxA with back to back clutches, pulled ahead to finish the match safe from relegation, putting Noble in 8th place.
Mousesports 6-3 Spacestation Gaming
SSG: Chala, ThinkgNade, Rampy, Redeemer, Bryan
Mousesports: Hyper, Beastly, Vandal, Vertcl, England
In a battle for second place and LAN contention, SSG was bested by a dominating Mouz. A strong performance by Rampy wasn’t enough to save the team's hopes. Mouz was led by Hyper with an impressive 1.72 rating. This loss ends SSG’s chances of going to LAN.
Evil Geniuses 6-2 SK Gaming
SK: Mint, HotanCold, Pojoman, Nyx, Jarvis
EG: Geoo, Canadian, Yung, NvK, Necrox
After a strong defense on Villa, Evil Geniuses secures the bread and has guaranteed themselves a spot at LAN and Invitationals. SK struggled on attack against an aggressive roam game from Geo and were only able to secure one attacking and one defending round. SK now has to play Rogue next week for their final shot at going to LAN.
Rogue 6-3 Obey Alliance
Obey: Skys, Bosco, Adam, Mahman, Kenz
Rogue: Eclipse, Slashug, Easilly, Shuttle, Supr
In an important match for both teams, Rogue launched themselves in to contention for a LAN spot. With Slashug playing an aggressive Smoke role, Rogue was able to lock down their defense rounds. Obey, playing with Kenz in place of Benji, fell behind on attack. Obey missed a chance at protecting themselves from the auto-relegated 8th place and will now play Noble to determine who is auto-relegated.
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