Fnatic and SKT1 pull ahead in their group

General Michale “DreXxiN” Lalor

After an exciting first day, the suspected teams advance while the other two become left in the dust.

Showing no drop in consistency of performance, Fnatic advances almost no sweat. Though the game they had versus SKT1 was marginally close, they would sweep the Group in a dominant fashion and show why they were world champions and extremely dominant at IPL5.

Furthermore, the fresh new team Reapered started, that was just recently acquired by SK Telecom T1, showed an incredible performance despite being a brand new team.

Standings of Group A:

Though Millenium showed some strong play and coordination, it wasn't quite good enough to top the previous world champions and the fresh Korean team. Ex-Mouz placed bottom of the barrel, unfortunately, having lost all their games today.

Tomorrow is group B and will be starting at 17:00 CET so be sure not to miss it to discover who will be facing FnaticRC and SK Telecom T1 in the quarter finals!
Michale “DreXxiN” Lalor
<p>Starcraft: Brood War Veteran and League of Legends Crew Lead.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><u>Events Attended</u></strong></p> <p>2013 [f]Poland[/f] Intel Extreme Masters&nbsp;Katowice<br /> 2013 [f]Germany[/f] Intel Extreme Masters&nbsp;World Championships</p>