The first match in 2019 took place in Astralis 3-1 in the best of five grand rounds: Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz, Cvetelin “CeRq” Dimitrov, Vincent “Brehze” Cayonte, Ethan Arnold and Tharik Celik just before NRG had purchased out ESL One New York.
On Inferno, which won 16-3 EG and dominated Astralis in one of its powerful charts, beginning the Grand Finals. It seemed that on Dust II, the Danes would react, but EG won nine matches in succession to rob the map 16-12.
Report Announcement The North Americans were given the award as 15-11 in Train leads. But Astralis fought and took over the match. Two times the Danes won 22–19 after Emil “Magisk” Reif and Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen had performed greatly.
On target four, Astralis returned with 6 consecutive shots from an 8-1 deficit in the first quarter. EG then showed an almost ideal CT-side and won eight of nine matches, finishing the 16-8 sequence. Ethan finally shattered the bubble of Astralis with one clutch versus two clutches.
This success is not only enormous for EG, but also great for North America as an entire. Report Advertisement is great. The area now has two of the world’s greatest three CS: GO teams, the other being the Liquid Team.
For EG’s captain, Stanislaw, this challenge is also fantastic. When he partnered with Team Liquid in 2017, he was expected to bring fame to North America. The scheme was not completed and instead performed two smaller teams with OpTic Gaming and Complexity prior to partnering with NRG in June.
This year was an interesting year for CS: GO. Report advertising Astralis dominated the scene entirely in 2018 but Liquid and EG seem to be able to compete for more than they can with the Danes right now.
The DreamHack Masters Malmö, begin on Tuesday, October 1, will probably meet each other again next week.