Astralis does it again and qualifies to FACEIT Major: London grand finals

The world’s best Danish team was able to prove themselves again in another tournament this year by reaching the grand final of the big FACEIT Major: London after defeating FaZe Clan yesterday and now Team Liquid to secure their place against one final opponent.

The Danes smashed North America’s hopes for the Major title this year after Cloud9 won the ELEAGUE Boston major title a few months ago. Team Liquid, the last of the American continent, could not overcome the power of the Europeans, which was apparent on the Nuke and Mirage maps with great control over the match events.

The first map, Nuke, was from Astralis choice. And indeed, the team proved their full knowledge of the map by getting a 9-6 score advantage in the first half. However, that result was as close as Liquid could reach during the entire match. Astralis achieved a semi-complete dominance until the map ended with a result of 16-8, putting them in a comfortable position during this semi-final.

The next map, Mirage, was more like a bloodbath made by the Danish team. It started with an Ace by Emil “Magisk” Reif to deliver an important message to the opposing team that it would not be easy. Indeed, Team Liquid suffered to gain many rounds on that map, especially after the destruction of the team’s economy with a successful round of pistols in the second half followed by several rounds that brought the score to 16-7 to end the semi-finals ending North American dreams.

With its arrival at the Grand Final, Astralis will be facing against Na’Vi, which saw its best year in a while reaching the semi-final earlier this day against MIBR led by Brazil’s “FalleN”, The game was one-sided in many instances with a notable advantage in both Overpass and especially Dust II.

Na’Vi outperformed their opponent on Overpass thanks to the dazzling T by them, where they managed to widen the gap to finish the map with a 16-10 score despite MIBR’s hard-fought attempts to reach a tie. DUST II was not any better for them, where Na’Vi dominated the first half with a clean 7-0 lead followed by a series of strong rounds with “S1mple” and his teammates to finish the map 16-5 and so the Ukrainian team ensured its place against Astralis in the final.

The final of FACEIT Major: London will be broadcast tomorrow evening, and we may have one of the most challenging matches of the year yet thanks to the passion and hardwork displayed so far by the two teams.

Sam Edge

A passionate gamer who loves to try all kinds of games , has no problem to go back and play some retro classic games between a time and another as he still thinks it was the golden era of the industry . Always up-to-date with the latest gaming news and technologies.

شارك
نشرت بواسطة
Sam Edge

اخبار جديدة

Next Apex Legends major update details revealed

Respawn Entertainment revealed the details of the upcoming "major" Apex Legends update, which doesn't really seem to fix many of…

12 hours مضت

Asphalt joins smartphone eSports with new international event

It seems that more and more smartphone games are continuing to enter the esports business, as the popular racing game…

14 hours مضت

Ninja and Tfue warn about the negatives of joining an eSports organization

There is no doubt that many fans of the video game world have begun to dream of entering the bright…

1 day مضت

Top 5 CS: GO players by Headshots count revealed

Have you ever wondered who has the most headshots in the Counter-Strike scene? The answer may not be really surprising,…

2 days مضت

PUBG update #29 continues rebalancing Vikendi and adds new marker system

The new update for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is now live on Test Servers through Steam, bringing additional improvements to the…

2 days مضت

New feature aimed at Arab players in PUBG Mobile is igniting discussions

A new system Tencent has added to PUBG Mobile , its most popular game on smartphones has started conversations between…

3 days مضت