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ESL Polish Championship ended with Kinguin as the final winner

The last match of the ESL Polish Championship was recorded and thus announced the winner of this year’s trophy and trophy in the special competitions of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.



The tournament cup went on for Poland’s Kinguin after the final match ended with a 2-1 win over the latter, while his last rival from the local arena was AGO.

It is worth mentioning that PRIDE did not reach the big finals despite entering the tournament with a stand in from the famous PENTA team, Paweł “innocent” Mocek,  though despite his good performance and many attempts, but lost to Kinguin rush towards the final.


The final went on in the first map of Overpass, which saw the fiercest conflict of all three maps, after the teams tied the results and moved on to additional rounds that resulted in AGO winning the result 22-19.

The second map was easy revenge and a sudden rush by Kinguin, making them able to spread their full control during all the rounds and finish the map for their benefit at the result of 16-4.

The third and final map saw better performance by the AGO, but not better to win the map or modify the results like the first map, but made it lose the game with somewhat close results at 16-12.

The most dominating player in the final match of ESL Polish Championship was Michał ‘MICHU’ Müller after 102 kills of play rating at 1.70 ,  Mikołaj ‘mouz’ Karolewski came in second with the score of 1.20.

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