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DreamHon Group C: coL, FyKu and vtrl marching to 3-0

Posted by Sören "Fantasy44" V. 2 years, 6 weeks ago
After the disappointing lack of games the last two days, Group C brought the DreamHon Summer Championship back on track and delivered all four scheduled matches. That, plus the postponed match of Dynasty against compLexity Gaming made this day of HoN filled with action.

Two teams are on top of Group C with a flawless 3-0 record, their only blunders in the map scores. Vitriolic and FackyouKurdi are the teams of the moment, as the established teams MuFC and Tt eSports slipped up early. Vitriolic could make another statement with a win against the Malaysian team MuFC. After three tough games Vitriolic received the "GG" from their opponents, putting them into the driver's seat for the group. They not only won all their matches, but they defeated Tt eSports and MuFC already, arguably the toughest tasks in the group.

FackyouKurdi had an easier road to their undefeated streak so far. With wins over QoP and Cats Gaming they still look strong, but MuFC, Vitriolic and Tt eSports are still in the queue for the exciting newcomers to the scene. Today they put the other Russian team, GA, away with a clear 2-0 victory. That win is not only giving them the momentum and the 3-0 record, but only elevates them up to the first spot in the group. The big match between first place and second place will happen next week when vtrl and FyKu square off to give a clear indication on who will move to the playoffs.

Behind those teams are the Australians, Malaysians and Russians waiting for a chance to get back into the mix. Tt eSports won their match today against the winless team Call it Karma, boosting the record to 2-1 after that opening lost against Vitriolic two weeks ago. The Australians are ready to pounce to one of the playoffs spots next week with the top spots taking on each other.

Out of the race for now are MuFC and Cats Gaming, who both lost their second match in a row. MuFC had to admit defeat after very tense matches against Vitriolic and Cats suffered a setback after losing 1-2 to the unknown team QoP. QoP on the other side are now suprisingly in the mix for the top spots with two straight wins and the same record as Tt eSports. Group C is still wide open, but next week will bring FyKu or vtrl closer to that coverted playoff ticket.

Group C
Week 3
Russia Cats Gaming 1:2 Europe QoP
Russia GA 0:2 Europe FackyouKurdi
Malaysia MuFC 1:2 Other Vitriolic
Europe Call it Karma 0:2 Australia Tt eSports


Standings after Week 3
# Team W L +/- P
1.Europe FackyouKurdi 3 0
+5
9
2.Other Vitriolic 3 0
+4
9
3.Australia Tt eSports 2 1
+3
6
4.Europe QoP 2 1
+1
6
5.Russia Cats Gaming 1 2
-1
3
6.Malaysia MuFC 1 2
-1
3
7.Russia GA 0 3
-5
0
8.Europe Call it Karma 0 3
-6
0


Matchups for Week 4
Match Date
Russia Cats Gaming vs. Malaysia MuFC August 9th
Europe Call it Karma vs. Russia GA August 9th
Europe FackyouKurdi vs. Other Vitriolic August 9th
Europe QoP vs. Australia Tt eSports August 9th


In Group B one of the postponed matches from yesterday took place with Dynasty and compLexity Gaming battleing it out. After two very quick games in which coL absolutely obliterated the Brazilians, the North Americans reign supreme over the entire Group B. FIT can catch up to them on Tuesday when the European team around Panny faces off with iMpunity.

Postponed match from Group B
United States compLexity Gaming 2:0 Brazil Dynasty



updated Standings after Week 3
# Team W L +/- P
1.United States compLexity Gaming 3 0
+6
9
1.Europe FIT 2 0
+4
6
3.Singapore iMpunity 2 0
+3
6
4.Europe DreamOn 2 1
+2
6
5.United States saishii 1 2
-1
3
6.Brazil Dynasty 1 2
-2
3
7.Europe Sons of Shaka 0 3
-6
0
7.Europe BoCe 0 3
-6
0
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