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DreamHon Redemption: A lot of numbers are joining coL and tdM

Posted by Sören "Fantasy44" V. 2 years, 10 weeks ago
With the final playday of groups A and B, the additional members for the playoffs out of those groups have been determined. coL did not play today, but is still advancing out of Group A, together with the QsQ357. Group B will be represented by Trademark eSports and Fifteen in the playoffs.

It all came down to QsQ357 and Lions, both teams battling it out for the final spot in the playoffs. After three very hard fought, tough, close and exciting games QsQ357 prevailed, capturing that second spot in the group that guaranteed advancement into the Double-Elimination Bracket. Lions is having standing on the outside looking in for the second straight time, as they already got eliminated by QsQ357 in the OSC tournament.
The other remaining match from Group B actually got rescheduled and will be played tomorrow, but nothing really is on the line except the perfect record of compLexity Gaming, who are looking to complete the second perfect group stage in a row.

Group A
Week 3
United States compLexity Gaming DNP Europe FackYouKurdi
Sweden Lions 1:2 Europe QsQ 357
Standings after Week 3
# Team W L +/- P
1.United States compLexity Gaming 3 0
+6
9
2.Europe QsQ357 2 1
0
6
3.Sweden Lions 1 2
-2
3
4.Europe FyKu 0 3
-4
0


A similar situation occured in Group A as well. Fifteen and MuFC played the all-deciding match, with the winner getting the playoff spot and the loser losing the chance for Redemption. Fifteen overpowered MuFC in two maps, with the second map being an hour long extravaganza. This result is leading to the elimination of the Malaysian powerhouse for the second tournament in a row, which is not a good indicator for that region in the international competition. All their hopes are now pinned on Orange eSports, who will try to advance in two days out of Group
D.
Trademark eSports does not have to worry about being eliminated from this tournament for atleast one more match, because the European team secured their Group B Championship with a victory over Druidz E-sport today. tdM therefor leaves the group stage with a 3-0 record, while the newly supported Druidz end the tournament without a single map being won.
Group B
Week 3
Europe Trademark 2:0 Sweden Druidz
Sweden Fifteen 2:0 Malaysia MuFC

Standings after Week 3
# Team W L +/- P
1.Europe tdM 3 0
+5
9
2.Sweden Fifteen 2 1
+3
6
3.Malaysia MuFC 1 2
-2
3
4.Sweden Druidz 0 3
-6
0
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