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Road To The VulkanBet Invitational Finals - Semis Recap

The $20,000 VulkanBet Invitational tournament has reached its final stages. Last week we witnessed the last two teams qualify for the playoffs – HAVU and Epsilon. It was surprising to see the Finnish team (HAVU) have so much success in the group stage. With ease, they beat the favored team to win the whole thing – Epsilon. In the deciding game against Alternate Attax, HAVU acquired a 16-7 victory and secured a spot in the playoffs. As for Epsilon, because they lost the opening match, they played two more bo1’s for the playoffs. In the deciding match against SJ Gaming, the European mixture pulled off a miraculous comeback to come out on top. The final group stage game of the VulkanBet Invitational was a battle between Epsilon and Alternate Attax. It looked like an interesting game on paper, but it didn’t deliver to its full potential. There were a couple of rounds were the Germans would have a significant numbers advantage (i.e a 5v2) and still lose. Epsilon banked on those mistakes and acquired a win. With the group stages concluded, the next stage started off with the playoffs. Depending on how the teams finished the groups, second or first, determined their seeding. The initials bo3’s were: Nemiga vs HAVU and ex-3DMAX vs Epsilon. Nemiga vs HAVU The first bo3 of the playoffs began with Nemiga vs HAVU. The odds were stacked against Nemiga and for good reason. During their time in the tournament, they were able to beat the lackluster VP roster and the French LDLC. On the other hand, a team like HAVU has had profound success. After all, it is the victories against Epsilon and Alternate Attax which helped them secure a 1st place finish. First Come, First Served The Belarusians decided to pick Inferno as the first map. This is the map in which Nemiga has found success in tier 2 Counter-Strike events. Virtus.pro, Windigo, Nemiga, etc. are just some of the scalps they’ve proclaimed. And yet, as the match began, Nemiga had a grueling start. On the ct side of Inferno, they managed to scrape 1 round to HAVU’s 6. Nemiga held on to their defensive and began winning consecutive rounds on after the other. It didn’t take them long enough and by the end of it was 7 rounds for them and 8 for HAVU. Things looked good for Nemiga as they also won the pistol round. But disaster struck for the Belarusians as they ran into a stacked B bombsite and couldn’t hold their own against the mere pistols. The momentum shift couldn’t come in a better time for HAVU. Since they played on the ct of Inferno, they didn’t have a difficult time closing out the first map 16-10. Illusions Of An Easy Victory The second map was Dust2, picked by HAVU. Nemiga is no stranger on this map, after all, it is their second most played map. It saw staggering to witness their proficiency on the t side. You could’ve very easily blinked and missed the whole first half. In a very decisive manner, lollipop21k & co. bounced back from Inferno and led the first half by 12-3. With the pistol round victory going in favor of Nemiga, it looked like the end for HAVU. However, the in 18th round the tides changed completely. In a 1v3 hold on the B bombsite, ZOREE secured HAVU’s first round on the t side. What happened next was an impeccable comeback from the Finns. They won 9 rounds in a row and they had the lead by 15-13. Thanks to some solid hold on the bombsites from Nemiga, they acquired the last two rounds in regulation and the game went to overtime. It was a back and forth affair and even led to the second set of OT. But in this second overtime, it was Nemiga who put their foot down and won the map 22-18. Settling The Score The final map wouldn’t be as exciting as Dust2. On Mirage, HAVU had a difficult time on the ct side. They won the second round after the pistol round went to Nemiga. This meant that the ct’s had a short lasting lead of 3-1. After which the Belarusians began playing full force on the terrorist side. They overcame HAVU’s early lead and secured a 9-6 half.  After which, they yet again secured the pistol round and consecutive rounds followed suit. Even though there was another comeback attempt from HAVU, it didn’t pay dividends. The final score favored Nemiga 16-12 and they secured a slot in the grand finals. ex-3DMAX vs Epsilon The most anticipated match of the tournament. If Epsilon would’ve finished first in their respected group, we could’ve seen this match in the final. But still, the stakes were high and the teams couldn’t just breeze through one another. At least, that was supposed to be the case on Inferno. Ex-3DMAX went for this pick, as it is their most played map. Even though Epsilon tends to play this map, they have been battered by a lot of tier 2 and tier 3 opponents. Blazing Start To Inferno Despite their lackluster results, it was very surprising to see the Epsilon roster perform this well on Inferno. It didn’t really matter where Epsilon would hit on their t side, because ex-3DMAX had a difficult time holding any of the sites. It didn’t help the French that Epsilon had 3 of their players k1to, broky and Surreal popping off. Without much of a struggle, it was a 13-2 lead for Epsilon. Even though the match was more or less over, on the second half pistol round we witnessed an impressive ace and a clutch from hAdji, a sign of things to come. But his performance wasn’t enough for the team to still fight for a victory on Inferno. Shortly thereafter, Epsilon secured a 16-11 win on the 1st map. Exhausting Affair This lead to the second map, Mirage. Now that Epsilon arrived on the map they’ve chosen, it looked like this could be the end for the French. However, ex-3DMAX started things well, as they secured a half eco victory on the second round. After which a flurry of consecutive rounds went in favor of ex-3DMAX. At the end of the half, Epsilon began to recuperate and they themselves won a couple more rounds. It wasn’t enough to equalize the score, as it was still favoring the French 9-6.  As far as the second half is concerned, Epsilon tried to pull off a reverse sweep. They began winning consecutive rounds on their t side and were on the brink of victory. But on the 28th round, LOGAN managed to deny a bomb plant on the B bombsite and secured 3 kills in a clutch situation. This play was just what the doctor ordered, as ex-3DMAX won one more round to reach 15. Yet, Epsilon secured the last round of regulation and overtime ensued. There were moments were the European mixture had a difficult time at closing out advantageous situations in overtime. That cost them dearly, as they managed to scrape only 1 more round in overtime. The French showed good ct and t sides of OT and secured a 19-16 win over Epsilon. When On Dust2, Do As The French Do The final battlefield was Dust2. This map wasn’t back-and-forth like the others. Primarily, it was ex-3DMAX with a constant lead in this map. Early in the map, ex-3DMAX had secured a nice 5 round lead. One of the reasons was hAdji. Just in the second round, he won a 1v4 clutch, including a triple man spray-down on short. Epsilon did retaliate with their own string of 5 rounds, but it was still the French who secured a 9-6 lead moving forward. The lead wouldn’t stop there, as a pistol round and four more rounds went in favor of ex-3DMAX making it 14-9. Arguably, the French didn’t have the easiest time closing out the series. It would take 5 more round wins from Epsilon before ex-3DMAX could take matters in their own hands. At the 29th round, a half eco victory on the ct side and a gun round victory led to the eventual bo3 win for ex-3DMAX. VulkanBet invitational Final Overview That concludes the two semi-final games. Both bo3 were very close affairs, which took us on a 3 map journey to decide the eventual victors. And even then, there’s always a probability if a certain round would’ve gone a different direction, we could see different finalists. Even though HAVU and Epsilon have lost the semi’s, their journey doesn’t conclude yet. There is still a 3rd place decider to be played out amongst the two teams. Epsilon was a couple of rounds away from securing a grand final slot, but there were too many rounds they’ve lost due to petty mistakes. On the other hand, HAVU is looking determined and might prove to be a more challenging foe than on first glance.  As far as the grand-final is concerned, which will be held on May 2nd, it should be an intriguing series. Even though ex-3DMAX seems to be the better team, Nemiga has proven to be a worthy opponent. Be sure to tune in on Thursday’s stream and witness the conclusion of the VulkanBet Invitational.

The VulkanBet Invitational Group B Recap

The VulkanBet Invitational Group B just ended, and man did it deliver. Because the competition is split into 2 groups, last week we witnessed the action from Group A. This was a pool where the participating teams needed to prove their worth. This group had the newly assembled LDLC roster. Old French talent, left in the wayside of any more meaningful Franco-Belgian shuffle. They lost both of their bo1 matches in a convincing manner. First to Virtus.pro, then to Nemiga. Speaking of which, the VulkanBet Invitational Group A had an interesting conclusion. In the deciding bo1 game deciding who will join ex-3DMAX in the playoffs, Virtus.pro faced Nemiga. It was a darn surprise to witness a Belorussian victory over the Poles. If you thought group A was a gruelling affair, you haven’t seen the teams in group B. This is a pool with known teams of tier 2 Counter-Strike. Epsilon, Alternate Attax, SJ Gaming and HAVU. In a tight pool like this one, upsets were bound to happen. The VulkanBet Invitational Group B Opening Matches Alternate Attax vs SJ Gaming To start things off, the first game of the day was Alternate Attax versus SJ Gaming. Ever since the start of this year, the German lineup has been rising through the ranks. Just like their Finnish counterparts, they too play a lot of online Counter-Strike. In the veto, it was settled that the two teams shall play Inferno. This is a map both teams tend to play often and looked like a good veto. Alternate Attax started things well on the ct side. They garnered a pistol round victory and the subsequent rounds from it. But SJ Gaming would put up a fight shortly after in the early stages of the game. An early example of this would be the 1v4 on the B bombsite that KHRN was able to win. The Finns would also gain a lot of success from their explosive middle takes and they wouldn’t have a difficult time securing middle. This allowed them to acquire a 4-3 lead. What happened next was a convincing ct side from the Germans. They had good opportunities and secured early advantages in many rounds to follow. Even when it came down to a post-plant scenario, like a 2on2, the ct side would still secure a round. Great holds from players like stfN helped secure an impressive 11-4 lead. Alternate Attax had picked up the pistol and from then on out it was just a matter of closing out the game. They achieved victory when the score was 16-8. Epsilon vs HAVU This was an interesting opening match of the two. Epsilon is a rising European team, but they still have some quirks to overcome in online play. HAVU is another team on the cusp of rising through the European ranks. Some haven’t really noticed their growth, especially because they are in the shadow of the Number 1 team in Finland – ENCA. Yet surprisingly, these two teams haven’t crossed paths that often. In fact, the first and last time they’ve done so was in Loot.Bet Season 2. During a very close bo3 series, Epsilon secured a 2-0 (22-19 and 16-13) victory. And now the two teams met on a new map, which was Train. Since HAVU was able to ban out Train or Dust2, they went for the latter. For a good reason. Train is a map that’s been great for this roster. It is their most played map, with the biggest win rate. They may not have played a lot of it during the past two weeks, but it is still a better pick than Dust2. With some neat plays, the Finnish roster found some great early success. It didn’t take them to long to acquire 7 rounds to Epsilon’s 2. One of the biggest success factors was the AWP-er ZOREE. He found a lot of impact for HAVU on the terrorist side with his sniper rifle plays. The only entity to challenge him was the Dutch player CRUC1AL. As much as he tried, none of his other teammates could’ve played to his standards. As the ct side economy would be constantly reset, Epsilon ran away with only 5 rounds on the ct side. When the sides were switched, HAVU didn’t take too much time to close out the game. They got the pistol rounds, the subsequent rounds, have reset the economy of Epsilon and won the game 16-7. The VulkanBet Invitational Group B Winner’s Match Alternate Attax vs HAVU Early in the day, Alternate Attax and HAVU secured victories in their opening matches. Both of these teams have shown to have profoundly good individuals. However, the victory of HAVU was against a higher caliber opponent. Most importantly, this early win might have been a great boost in confidence for the HAVU squad moving forward. This time around, the battleground was set on Mirage. This map was decided by the German veto. Mirage is a map Alternate Attax had difficulties securing wins in. Last two losses were 16-6 against ForZe and 16-1 against NoChance. HAVU themselves are no strangers to avoiding Mirage, as during the month of March they’ve only played it twice. However, they had a decent start. Something you can’t really say for the Germans. Alternate Attax ended up losing the pistol round, but still showed some solid stuff on the ct defensive. Especially on the B bombsite from Mantuu. However, after their 3-2 lead, things just went downhill. The HAVU squad was consistently finding opening kills on the terrorist side. This allowed them to become very mobile and unpredictable. What made matters worse was the German inability to win crucial rounds. There was a particular 2v5 the Germans lost due to their lackluster positioning. And as the half ended, they only secured 3 rounds total. At the end of it all, it was a fine showing from HAVU and they secured the map, yet again, 16-7. VulkanBet Invitational Group B Elimination Match SJ Gaming vs Epsilon Epsilon had an upper hand in this matchup, even after their early loss to HAVU. It was a mere bo1 scenario and could’ve been a flimsy start. As the veto was decided, the map was Dust2. The early start was somewhat murky. The pistol round was picked up by Epsilon on the ct side, but the terrorist side of SJ Gaming secured a force-buy victory with a 3-1 lead. The Finnish players weren’t planning to stop there. Their solid terrorist side approach helped them to win over bombsites, even with the Epsilon double AWP setup coming into play. In order to gain some early advantages, the European mix began looking for early opening kills. This was a good idea as it helped them to accumulate an 8-7 half. After that demoralizing end for the Finnish side, it was interesting to see how they hold up on the second half. They started out strong, as they secured an early pistol round victory. Yet the gun rounds were still favoring the terrorist side. On the 20th round the Finns had to go on a full eco. But their aggressive 5 usp push down mid not only garnered them some kills, but also a round victory. It looked like SJ Gaming was on the cusp of securing a win on Dust as they were up 15-11. However, we saw a momentum shift and the Epsilon squad pulled off a comeback of their own to make it 15-15. Overtime was impressive for Epsilon, to be more exact, for Broky. On the terrorist side, he won 2 back-to-back 1v2 scenarios, to put his team up by 17 rounds. They were able to close out the game 19-17, but it was a gruelling match. The Decider Alternate Attax vs Epsilon The final group stage match of the VulkanBet Invitational Group B. It’s was an interesting match considering that the two teams met just a day prior in the Loot.Bet Season2. That was an entire bo3 Epsilon had to power through in order to secure a victory (16-13 and 19-17). The VulkanBet Invitational is only a bo1 for a spot in the playoffs so this could’ve been a close map. Especially since the decider was Inferno. An unforgiving map for the Epsilon players as it has been particularly hard in recent events. For Alternate Attax this a middle of the pack map, thus it’s a fine map to land on. It was looking fine and dandy for the German side as they secured a pistol round victory and two more subsequent rounds to work with. However, Epsilon fought back on the 4th round in a disadvantageous 5v3 scenario. Crucially enough, they couldn’t build a bank from their victory, because a simple eco push through the apartments caught the ct off guard. This allowed the Germans to secure yet another round. From that point onward, the game was back and forth. There were well-formulated pushes from the terrorist side, but the cts proved to be a tough nut to crack. At the end of the half, it was 9-6 favoring Epsilon. Because the sides were switched, it was a fine start for Alternate Attax. They picked up the pistol and some subsequent rounds to follow. But that was a very brief moment of success. The Epsilon players began mounting strong offensives on their t side. Attax would have a difficult time holding the sites and even blew away an easily winnable 5v2. At the end, it was a victorious Epsilon with a spot in the playoffs. Concluding Thoughts And that brings us to the end of the VulkanBet Invitational Groups. Unlike Group A, there was more intrigue about the teams. Because the group was seemingly stacked, it wasn’t easy to predict the victors. Not to mention the fact that these teams are on a very similar level. One of the biggest surprises has got to be the performance of HAVU. Not only did they top the group, but it was done in a very convincing manner. Epsilon, the best team on paper in this group, had a difficult journey to the playoffs. In the deciding game against SJ Gaming, they almost lost and went out dead last. But some expertise and individual skill came through in the end. Best of luck to Alternate Attax and SJ Gaming in the future, as they proved to be worthy opponents in Group B. Be sure to tune in tomorrow for the VulankBet Invitational CS:GO playoffs.

The VulkanBet Invitational Group A Recap

The VulkanBet Invitational is a $20,000 CS:GO tournament. It has GSL style groups with a bo3 playoff. The invitational has 8 teams competing across two groups. VulkanBet Invitational Group A consists of Virtus.pro, LDLC, ex-3DMAX, and Nemiga. Group B has Alternate aTTax, Epsilon, Havu, and SJ. As you might see from the teams here, it is a good mix of the veteran players and rising talent. For example, a team like Virtus.pro are part of this old guard. It no longer includes players from the golden five, but they still have individuals like Snax and Byali. It should be a formidable roster, but they have been on a downward trajectory. They are the worst ranked team in the event, being placed at 87th in the world. An invitational like this is a great way to prove they are still capable of competing. As for rising talent, Epsilon is one of the teams that comes to mind. After their performance at Charleroi Esports, they have garnered attention from the community. This mixture of old, young, new, experienced and inexperienced is simply delightful. The Vulkanbet Invitational is the right battleground to show a team’s expertise. VulkanBet Invitational Group A Opening Matches ex-3DMAX vs Nemiga The first match of the VulkanBet Invitational Group A. The number one team in Belarus going up against the 3rd team in France. However, these are two teams that lurk in the shadows of tier2/tier3 Counter-Strike. They tend to compete against a similar level of opposition. So no wonder that their most played maps include inferno, Dust2, and Mirage. For this particular match, the veto landed on Mirage. This is a map both teams tend to leave open. Its something you can pick-up on their veto’s. It will come as a first ban, only when the opponent they are playing against is a specialist of Mirage. In other cases, they leave it as a decider or allow a lesser opponent to pick it. As the battlefield was set, ex-3DMAX came out swinging. They had a very aggressive terrorist side approach. They wouldn’t be phased by any molotov’s or smokes from the Belarussians. The Frenchmen would hit a site guns blazing and the cts had a difficult time. Once Nemiga began abandoning mid presence and focusing purely on the sites, that’s when 5 rounds where won. Things didn’t get much better for Nemiga on the terrorist side. Ex-3DMAX won the opening pistol round and secured a flurry of rounds to 15. After a brief 4 round stint from Nemiga, ex-3DMAX secured a 1v1 to win the Mirage 16-9. LDLC vs Virtus.Pro The LDLC roster is a newly established team. Yet, the composition is looking somewhat weird. You have 3 possible in-game leaders, that’d be MAJ3R, Happy and XMS. There also doesn’t seem to be a star player on their team. Maybe, they’re hoping that Roden, the newcomer, fills the igl shoes. On the other hand, you have Virtus.pro, who have made massive roster changes themselves. They’ve now added Vegi, a player from another Polish team called Pact. From what we’ve seen of him at Charleroi Esports, he had a good individual performance. That’s a good sign for this Polish team. As the veto took place, the teams landed on Nuke. This is a map Virtus.pro have tried playing in the past but lost 4/6 times they played. They’ve lost to Nemiga, Sprout, and Optic, just to name a few. For LDLC this was their first official match Nuke, so it was hard to grasp their level on the map. Nonetheless, the Frenchmen had a good start by winning the pistol round. But their success didn’t last too long. Virtus.pro began exploiting the upper bombsite defensive, which wasn’t held properly at the start. Once the members of LDLC realized what was going, VP began changing their avenues of attack. This led to a tight scoreline between the two teams. But for a lot of the half, the ct side of LDLC was struggling in the money department. This led to a half score of 9-6 in favor of VP. Then it was a matter of closing out the game for Virtuus.pro. But the French showed resilience and even tied the scoreline 10-10. But alas, once VP had their cash flow secured on the ct side, they began winning consecutive rounds in a row. This led to the eventual victory of 16-12. VulkanBet Invitational Group A Winner’s Match ex-3DMAX vs Virtus.pro These are two teams that won their opening matches at the Vulkanbet Invitational Group A and were fighting for a slot in the playoffs. The stage was set and Nuke was the deciding map. The French started things on the ct side, while the Poles where on the terrorist side. Even after losing the pistol round, ex-3DMAX got up to a nice 4-2 lead. But the half score was close between the two teams. As the half ended 8-7 in favor of the French, the real fun would begin on the 2nd half. Ex-3DMAX had a similar style at play, as we saw in the Mirage game against Nemiga. Ex-3DMAX were very quick on their aggressive pushes. This allowed securing an impressive 15-9 lead. This is where the French needed one more round and they win the game. But on the 25th round, we witness a whacky push from the French. They had 4 players coming out of the orange squeaky door on the upper bombsite. They were easily shut down by VP and afterward, they began winning round after round. Suddenly, the scoreline was 15-15. Overtime was a truly enthralling affair. Individual performances were the main reason for a team’s success. Even though Snax won an impressive 1v2 on the upper bombsite on the ct side, it was no match for what the Frenchmen pulled off on their ct side. With an AUG in hand, DavidP shut down 4 players in the outside area. In the last round of the game, we saw Hadji pick up 3 kills with the awp, whilst holding A. These performances led to an ex-3DMAX victory at 19-17. VulkanBet Invitational Group A Elimination Match Nemiga vs LDLC A do or die scenario for both teams. But an important match for the Frenchmen. Could this possibly be another event where they finish dead last? It turned out that the map shall be Inferno. Nemiga have got a lot of experience on Inferno. This is their most played map in online Counter-Strike with a win percentage of 57% these past 3 months. LDLC, however, have played the map in Charleroi Esports. But it was a lackluster map. They lost it 16-4 to Sprout and made a comeback against the inexperienced team FrostFire to secure a 16-14 score. Pretty early on the French had a difficult time on the terrorist side.  They’ve tried time and time again to change up the pace. But they would hardly get comfortable, as Nemiga had a very aggressive ct side. And that aggression would always net them an early kill. It was a bleak half for the Frenchmen and the game ended 16-4 in favor of Nemiga. It is important to note that both Nemiga and LDLC had to resort to stand-ins. That’s something to keep in mind when talking about the result. The Decider Nemiga vs Virtus.pro The final match for the Vulkanbet Invitational Group A. The winner can proceed to the semi-final, whilst the loser is out of the tournament. There’s a lot at stake for the two teams. Even in a scenario like this, it’s hard to predict who can win. Not too long ago, Nemiga secured a 2-0 victory against the Virtus.pro roster in a one-sided fashion. When Nemiga was given the opportunity to choose between Overpass and Inferno, they chose the latter. The Polish team had a solid 3-0 start on the terrorist side. Then slowly but surely Nemiga began picking-up a lot more rounds in a row. However, they couldn’t go for the same aggressive tactics as they did in the LDLC game. They were punished more often, thus it was a more of a passive hold. Things were looking pretty good for Virtus.pro, but then they lost some massive rounds. First was the eco from Nemiga and then the 1v3 from lollipop21k on the B bombsite. This made the half 9-6 in favor of Nemiga. The Polish side had a swell start on the ct. Things were looking up, but then the Nemiga shifted into 5th gear. They won the last couple of rounds and secured Inferno 16-12. Concluding Thoughts Those were the matches for the first day at the VulkanBet Invitational. As expected, a team like ex-3DMAX was able to push through to the playoffs without dropping a map. But it’s a somewhat dissatisfying affair for a team like LDLC. The first loss against Virtus.Pro on Nuke was still somewhat close. Yet, there’s very little to defend them in the game against Nemiga. There didn’t seem to be a lot of team cohesion not to mention proper team play. This isn’t a team with some amazing fraggers, they definitely need more time to work on this project. As for Virtus.pro, it’s another exit in the early stages of the tournament. This concludes the matches of Group A. Tune in next week to find out who’ll make it out of Group B.

Announcing The VulkanBet Invitational

The VulkanBet Invitational is an upcoming CS:GO tournament organised by GMR Entertainment that brings together eight teams and gives them a chance to test their skills against some excellent European rivals. Tournament Info The VulkanBet Invitational offers a prize pool of $20,000 and is scheduled to take place between April 17th – 26th. Given the duration of the event, we will probably have the chance to see some good matches and get to learn more about some of the European teams that are on their way to break into the Majors and Minors of CS:GO. In this article, we will give you a better understanding of who these teams are, what they’ve done so far and why they’re worth watching in spite of not being at the top with the likes of Astralis, Natus Vincere or Team Liquid. Some of them you already know if you watch CS:GO, because they used to be among the world’s best just some time ago. Prizes A total of $20,000 in prizes will be shared among the top four participants in the following way: Placement Reward 1st $10,000 2nd $5,000 3rd $3,000 4th $2,000 Participants and Format VulkanBet Invitational features eight teams from Europe. The teams will be split into two groups of four and the GSL format will be used for each of these groups. The Playoffs Stage (April 24th – April 26th) will be played in a Single Elimination format and every match will be a BO3 series.   Group A (April 17th – April 18th) Group B (April 22nd – April 23rd) ex-3DMax Epsilon Nemiga Alternate Attax LDLC SJ Gaming Virtus.Pro Havu Team Analysis Be sure to check out the upcoming pages Group A and Group B for a brief analysis of the eight teams that will participate at the VulkanBet Invitational.

Apex Legends at the Malta Cyber Series#5: MRO Edition

It was bound to occur; the arrival of a free-to-play battle-royale which would contest with the juggernaut of Fortnite in both spectra of competitive and casual play. It goes without saying, that I'm referring EA's Apex Legends; an engaging mix of pick-a-hero gameplay and other unique mechanics tossed into the recipe of battle-royale. The title has definitely taken the world, and the country by storm; we've realised this. Hence, GMR Entertainment will be capitalizing on the current buzz by offering competitive Apex Legends at our upcoming event; the MCS#5: MRO Edition.  The MRO, year in and year out, has always been an opportunity to dig our heels into the ground and push forward with a new titles such as Overwatch, Battalion 1944 and now, Apex Legends. The announcement is probably less of a surprise to most of you, especially those who tuned in to last week's stream hosted by the new Hex Media studio, where we revealed our intentions through a little gameplay of our own. For the tournament; one can expect a format similar to the one utilized by the international Twitch Rivals event: in which teams attempted to score as many points as possible overall through placement and kills. The Apex Legends tournament will be part of the BYOC area, which is a new addition for the first time in the MRO series.  With new legends, updates, ideas and tonnes of support from social media and communities, Apex Legends is definitely the 'next big thing' in gaming. However, the cyclic nature of these free battle-royale titles will only become more rapid as developers cram for the spotlight - though, if they keep these titles free and accessible to the community, it's only beneficial to the community. The only drawback, is that the contemporary nature of these battle-royale games, and the fact that attention is being pulled in many directions, makes sustaining a long-lasting and stable esport quite difficult.

Angelo Vella at the Red Bull MEO Clash Royale Finals

Ever since winning the Maltese Red Bull MEO Clash Royale Finals and the Qlash Clash Royale Tournament hosted at the Malta Esports Festival 2018, GMR Entertainment has been keeping a close eye on the champion; Angelo anglu Vella. Such attention led up to the fact after he had qualified for the international Red Bull MEO Clash Royale Finals - where he would represent Malta in an international competition, stacking ambassadors from each country across the mobile title of Clash Royale. Apart from the event itself acting as quite the breakthrough for mobile-gaming in general, it was an opportunity for Angelo to show his stock.  The international event, involving a total of 36 countries, had been building up ever since September of last year, with qualifiers gradually concluding in each respective country within every continent. With the event including the other titles of 'Arena of Valor' and 'Brawl Stars', the venue was certainly buzzing with excitement, but also tension - $50,000 were on the line on the whole. This mentality was embraced immediately, and it seems that Angelo anglu Vella found himself in quite a tough spot within Group D. Competing against players from America, Mexico, Turkey, Portugal, Greece, Brazil and Egypt, the Maltese competitor would undoubtedly struggle. Anglu tied points with Greece and Turkey, but due to score difference he was placed 7th out of 8 within groups - ending his tournament there. "The Ice" (BR) Vs "Anglu" 3:2 "Sergioramos" (MX) Vs "Anglu" 3:0 "iForg1ven" (GR) Vs "Anglu" 3:1 "lelouch" (TR) Vs "Anglu" 2:3 🏆 "UnstoppableCR" (US) Vs "Anglu" 3:0 "The Awesome" (EG) Vs "Anglu" 0:3 🏆 "RafinhaJr11" (PT) Vs "Anglu" 3:1 Nonetheless, we're very proud of Angelo and we encourage him to continue pursuing this notion of competition - you're only 18 and a plethora of future opportunities will arise; keep striving to compete with others and yourself most of all.  The rest of the event concluded smoothly with ThunderStruck from UK being crowned as winner, though we will admit that our peak interest was in the performance of our representative Angelo Vella. One interesting fact is one pertaining to cheating - the French player GregEmpire77, as reported by Dotesports, was competing against a German player within the play-offs, when he was accused of communicating to his manager during the game. He pleaded guilty to the accusation, showing off the AirPods he had snuck underneath his headset, through which his coach communicated to him, selling the lie that all was legal. He was quickly disqualified. With this event being a major primary step in mobile gaming and to witness cheating early on - is the accessibility of mobile phones, leading to a higher susceptibility of cheating, going to be a detriment to future mobile esports?  To conclude, we'd like to congratulate Angelo for participating, flying out to an international event and gaining the experience which we wish for him to use to push forward in the scene. Also, we've managed to gain further insight into the mobile esports scene - how long will it take before we start seeing major and headlining events based on a mobile platform?

CWL Pro League 2019 Preview

With the end of last, the divisions for the 2019 CWL Pro League were concluded through the Pro League Qualifier event. A total of 16 spots were up for grabs; four of which had already been awarded to the likes of Optic Gaming, Luminosity, eUnited and Splyce following a satisfactory Top 4 finish at the first event of the year; CWL Vegas.  The PQL offered some potential shock, as certain 'top teams' began questioning the notion of the 'favourite'; with the lesser known teams snatching a series now and then. A few teams that many thought wouldn't make it were Red Reserve, Team Envy, and of course, the notoriously problematic squad of 100Thieves. Luckily for them, they all managed to make it through; avoiding communal tension and the subconscious screams for a roster change, at least for now. However, one top name did fail to qualify - FaZe Clan. The squad of 'Replays', 'Attach', 'Zooma', 'Priestahh' and the newly added young talent of 'Cellium'; who I personally believed performed very well overall, were kicked out by Excelerate Gaming in the Losers' Bracket. Perhaps this proves that former player Methodz was not completely culpable for their similarly poor performance at CWL Vegas. With the current state of other teams in mind, such as 100T, and the fact that FaZe is one of the top organizations within the Call of Duty scene; I find that a roster change is on the horizon - the players, especially Zooma and Attach, are undoubtedly disappointed in not qualifying for the esteemed league.  Another team to also fail their expectations, albeit lower than others, was G2 Esports, captained by Parasite, the BO2 champion. Unluckily for them, they matched up against a desperate Red Reserve - the game between them determined with who would progress and who would go home from the two of them. All live viewers were gifted with a 5 map series, terminated with a Round 11 SnD - Methodz was left alone in a 1v3; it really has been a tough year for the former member of the event-winning Rise Nation of WWII.  Anyways, the divisions have been concluded, with the 16 teams grouped up as follows;  The open bracket teams of Midnight, Evil Geniuses, Enigma6 and Team Envy all came out swinging and quickly solidified a spot into the Pro League. Some new names, such as Heretics and Team Space act as undetermined threats to the top tier teams.  Looking over the divisions as a whole, both are rather stacked; the exact aim of the Pro League.  While Division A houses the top-dogs of Optic and Luminosity; it's unsure how these teams will fare against other teams that, although on paper have less stock, have made use of a tremendous amount of practice this past week in qualifying. Personally, I find that Division B is slightly more competitive, with the bottom four splitting hairs, Enigma6 and Envy lacking consistency while eUnited and Splyce juggle for dominance. However, it is imperative to keep in mind the fact that unlike last year's league, teams in different divisions will have the opportunity to play one another this year. With schedules and specific matchups to be released, it'll be curious to witness how these cross-division matches play out.  With $700,000 on the line, the first week kicks off with the 4th of February. All the action will climax with the awaited play-offs. Until then, many teams such as FaZe Clan await impending departures of professional players who wish to compete in the Pro League, to give an example of such a team. A similar situation is being faced by G2 Esports and Team Sween, to note.   The newly updated season of Trading Shots, hosted by CWL, will be sure to break down all of the latest news - personally a massive fan since its introduction last year. 

Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL – World Finals will take place in Germany

Following their motto “Open to All! Won by One” Red Bull and ESL will bring one of the world’s largest mobile esports tournaments to Germany. The World Finals of the global tournament series Red Bull M.E.O by ESL (Mobile Esports Open) will take place from 1-3 February 2019 in the Warsteiner Music Hall in Dortmund. The German offline finals of Red Bull M.E.O. will take place on 1st of February. The winners will directly qualify for the World Finals, taking place on 2nd-3rd February, where they will face the best mobile gamers from 36 nations. Apart from Germany, mobile gamers from France, Japan, USA, Brazil, South Africa and many more will meet on stage. In Germany, they will fight for top positions in the mobile hits Clash Royale and Arena of Valor, as well as the brand-new arena shooter Brawl Stars. However, Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL is not an ordinary tournament: it’s open to all ambitious mobile gamers! Matches in the strategy game Clash Royale will be fought between individual players, while the MOBA hit Arena of Valor will set teams of five against each other. Worldwide qualifiers for both titles began in September and ran throughout December. German gamers will also get their chance at a place in the finals: by taking part in online preliminaries, they can qualify for the German Offline Final on 1st of February. Three more qualifiers will take place on the official ESL tournament page with the last one to be held on the 25th of January. Meanwhile, a total of 22 international Brawl Stars teams of influencers and gamers battled it out on the 6th of January to qualify for the World Finals in Germany. Eight teams fought their way through the different game modes and earned a spot for the World Finals with American influencer ‘Ash’ winning the qualifier competition. Tickets for the event are free and limited so make sure to get a seat as soon as possible. As well as two days of pure mobile gaming, there will be many more activities in the arena to make your weekend a true success — including a Brawl Stars free-to-play area and some activities at the Media Markt and Vodafone booths. In addition to that there will be an aftershow party for all visitors on Saturday directly after the live show. Up to 1,000 live visitors are expected for the World Finals of Red Bull M.E.O. in Dortmund. Additionally, the tournament will be broadcast live in English and other languages via livestream. More information on Red Bull M.E.O. by ESL is available on the official homepage.

Hex Media Studio Unveiled - A Local Professional Studio

Anyone who's been keeping up with our social media is probably aware of a new professional content studio on the island; that of Hex Media, a new venture between the Maltese 3D Printing Company, Invent3D and GMR Entertainment. Located within the heart of Zabbar, the studio, prior to even officially opening, has already landed the sponsorship of AOC Gaming, providing some excellent panels, GT Omega Racing, offering some top-notch seating and Trust Gaming granted the centre the peripherals it needs. Not to forget, Red Bull is also on tap for the expanding team behind the project. Speaking of which, the team, hosted a live stream through one of the team member's Twitch channels in NGEN15 and William Cachia (co-host of Game Defined) late on the 11th January, which we shared on social media. The stream consisted of continuous PC building with the team breaking down their future prospects for the project, explaining what it will have to offer once it's officially open. With so much to reveal and PCs to build, it's no wonder that the stream was animated for over 3 hours.  The Hex Media studio looks to be a stand-out centre in Malta, a studio to both entertain and involve the Maltese community in general - not just gamers, but also aspiring content creators such as streamers, podcasters, casters and editors or tournament organizers like ourselves. This is due to the ability to train potential talent in the various area of casting, video editing and production together with online streaming media for both amateurs and also students, especially those who cannot afford their own resources or software, as apart from the software, the studio is decked out with top-of-the-line equipment for audio and visuals. With that being said, consumers may also rent hardware of this type should they choose to do so. Other services include product photography, graphic design, catering for esport team merchandise and media through flexible packages, rendering services and various forms of consultation in tournament casting, production and support in general. Consultation varies from serious business inquiries to something as simple as helping with personalised PC construction, similar, in this way, to the Gamers Lounge. Overall, flexibility and accessibility is something that Hex Media is clearly embracing, thanks to a varied spectrum of talent across a dedicated and friendly team. GMR Entertainment looks forward to using the high-quality services to generate video content for you all to enjoy, host international event casting and possibly video hardware reviews. With the final pieces being put together, 2019's looking great for Hex Media as they prepare to open their doors. Although the venture is between us two, the studio is open to everyone to use its service. They've also hinted at a possible open day once the floodgates of business are opened, allowing everyone and anyone to come to take a look; perhaps even stretching those PCs with some proper gaming. Keep up to date with their progress through their Facebook page here.

Top 5 Viewed Articles of 2018

To conclude 2018 and introduce 2019, we thought we'd look back through the thousands of views that the Gamers.com.mt News department received, pinpointing our top 5 most-viewed articles of the year. I'll be organizing them into a list, providing comments regarding the process of writing and the thoughts heading into each piece of content.  Number 5 - Interview with the Maltese FIFA Star - Kurt "kurt0411" Fenech Released on the 10th of August, I had high hopes after finally securing an interview with the local international FIFA professional in Kurt kurt0411 Fenech. In order to do so, my superiors at Gamers.com.mt contacted him directly. Now I had my chance to interview a FIFA player for the first time, with a few questions of my own.  The main aim of the interview was to act as a follow-up to his performance at the FIFA eWorld Cup, where he placed a phenomenal 4th out of the entire professional FIFA scene, to his own disappointment, as his own personal goals aimed higher. With this achievement, came a certified amount of pride - leading to one of the reasons why the interview gained so many views.  Kurt's comment in describing himself as the 'best chance of winning something truly special in representation of our country for esports' which is both acceptable and deniable as a statement turned many heads on the FaceBook post - 88 replies. Across these threads, outraged Maltese argued otherwise, while a few cavemen denied the validity of the esports industry.  Overall, the interview was a joy to conduct, as Kurt was helpful and full of great answers, even after other news sources such as TimesOfMalta had spoken with him. Then again, we offer sympathy that no other local news source does. Apart from that, it was a head-turner on social media. We'd like to thank Kurt for the interview, which you may read here: https://www.gamers.com.mt/news/813/interview-with-the-maltese-fifa-star-kurt-kurt0411-fenech

The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018 Recap: PUBG

Last year's iteration of The GO Malta Esports Festival was the very first inclusion of competitive PUBG on the island, exposing and slowly building up the local scene for the relatively new battle-royale. Since then, the title has progressed and so have we. The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018 hosted another PUBG tournament across the eventful weekend; involving €1,700 cash prizes up for grabs between 12 teams, all of which were local Maltese teams, more than last year.  In order to determine a champion, the usual 'Bracket' format isn't followed due to the nature of all the teams competing simultaneously. A total of 17 matches were played across the three days, with all 48 players involved simultaneously. Note that the PUBG tournament only involved Quads, teams of 4. Points were given out according to placement and then adding 10 points for each kill. The number of points given for each placing remained constant across every single game; 400 for first, 300 for second, 240 for third and so on. To calculate the final scores, scores were added at the end of the weekend; the following standings were achieved.  No time 4 losers - 4550 points Paradigm6 White - 4086 points Salty Seamen - 4084 points  While NT4L conquered with a decisive 500 point lead, second and third were placed painfully close to one another, with only 2 points separating them. This tiny gap meant that it all came down to the final game, Game 17. Here, Paradigm6 White managed to best Salty Seamen by 125 points due to a total of 10 kills from Paradigm6 while SS only offered one kill and a lower placing. Due to placing 5th, while Paradigm6 finished 4th, this 2 point difference was made apparent. This is a difference of only two kills! Still, NT4L, together with their 108 kills, have cemented themselves as the top quad team in the local scene. The following are their rosters:  No time 4 losers FunkeYYYY  Vault4  nt4L_Pucink  Shocker Paradigm6 White  Got1ke  very najZ  vortex  repper55 Salty Seamen  MeloMit  Dizzy  Bahri  Coolinizer  The team placing 4th finished 200 points underneath, while the rest of the teams followed suit with such intervals. To view all the placings, we recommend you check out the placings through the event page: https://www.gamers.com.mt/tournament/201/stage/190/matches. Overall, the tournament was a great success and a huge step forward for the local PUBG scene. We'd like to thank everyone who participated and made it all possible, as with every team we increased the prize pool. Also, we were delighted with the fact that no early glitches disturbed the competition like they did last year. 

The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018 Recap: FIFA 19

While for Black Ops 4 we partnered with EEG, for FIFA we decided to coordinate the tournament with Qlash, an Italian esports organisation that has just opened a branch on the island. Together with them, a massive tournament was successfully organized, consisting of 64 participants spread across two tournaments, talent split into Gold and Silver tiers for Maltese and international players. All of which were competing for the €2,000 cash prizes made available.  Before discussing the action, I'll first acknowledge the exceptional staffing of the FIFA tournament in general, especially regarding guests. Amongst the professionals from across the world, there was the friendly Bulgarian WickyBG, a very familiar name to the FIFA scene. Let's get this done in one sentence; FIFA 10 European Champion, FIFA 11 Bulgarian Champion and Top 6 International, FIFA 13 FIWC Grand Finalist and Top 9, FIFA 15 FIWC Grand Finalist and Top 9 and FIFA 16 Bulgarian Champion. Overall, an honour to have him visiting and even playing a few matches, being such a respected character in the international FIFA scene. Together with him, came our own local star in Kurt Fenech, making a guest appearance and happily spoke to the fans. These guest appearances added tremendously to the environment, and we'd like to thank both of them for attending the event.  Of course, they weren't the focus of the event; the competition always is. Unlike other tournament recaps, I'll simply have to brush over the Group Stage, as accounting for 16 groups would be quite the headache for myself and anyone reading. Thanks to Qlash, the event was truly massive and this carried on to the bracket of both tournaments.  In the Gold Tournament, bracket play kicked off with 48 teams, with a balance of Maltese and European talent; with 29 Maltese and 19 Europeans; a fantastic demographic as it gave our local players to try their luck against the rest of the continent - and they happily did. Overall, the top 4 consisted of two Maltese and two international players. Sampi.WickyBG placing second and Dankha finishing third while from Malta, Txrbulance1 claimed fourth while brandsha managed to place first, taking home a total of €1,000. An incredible performance overall from the local talent, placing us at the same level to the rest of Europe.  In the Silver Tournament, with a similar mix of participants, those placing lower in the Group Stage, the Maltese once again came to play. The top 4 of the Silver are as follows, from fourth to first; ramonramzi_, eliesabb, karl_kurun and then ninutamalta placing first. Although this was a lesser Tournament in terms of skill, credit is still due where it is due. Overall, the FIFA 19 Open, supported by Qlash, was a phenomenal set of tournaments and a superb opportunity for the evolution of the local FIFA scene. We'd like to thank Qlash one last time, for the event and also for hosting a great stand.  

The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018 Recap: Black Ops 4

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has solidified itself as the instalment of Call of Duty where the series has come back as a fan favourite title. Ignoring the minor complaints of removing the traditional Campaign for BlackOut, it's been a great success on the public and professional front. Therefore, we decided to partner up with EEG in order to organize a top-notch competition, including €5,000 cash prizes and 16 international teams from over 6 countries, one of them being Malta. The following is the Gamers.com.mt recap of the tournament.  Group Play The 16 teams were mixed into 4 groups of 4 teams each, with the Winners and Losers Bracket acting as prospective destinations. A larger tournament overall, compared to the CS:GO competition, so we'll try to cover everything without entering into too much narration. In each situation, only the top teams progressed to Winners while the other two fell to the Losers Bracket.  Making up Group A; Iconic Gaming, Future Gaming, spenzA and SIN Gaming would create quite a tense environment, as a tie would lead to score difference at the bottom. Iconic Gaming happily maximized their wins, all 3, while the other three settled on a single victory each, all of them having 3 points. Down to differences, Future Gaming, spenzA and SIN Gaming were arranged in that specific order. No Maltese team would make it out of this group.  That narrative hits a speed bump with Group B, as Project Eversio managed to steer themselves to a second place finish, wrestling out 6 points from 2 victories. They placed below the leaders of AfterShock, who would journey very far in the competition, and above the other teams of Recognised Talent and Born to Play. Within this group, the pattern of 9-6-3-0 was observed. Project Eversio would face stronger competition further down the line.  Moving on to Group C, a similar pattern was created by EFFICIENCY Team, Supra, Atlas eSports and We are Spaniards. EFF wouldn't drop a single map, displaying one of the most dominant Group Play performances, with a team like Spaniards struggling to grab a single map. In the middle of the map, Supra bested Atlas in the final series of the group to ensure they progress upwards, while Atlas would have to pick up the pieces in the Losers Bracket.  Now it's time for my personal favourite and the final Group; Group D. Consisting of Sea Chickens, Cosmic Energy, Black Claw and LEGIO IXI, it would all come down the final three series of the group. Keeping this in mind, the resulting tie between three of the teams except for LEGIO IXI, each sitting at 6 points, would lead to Sea Chickens and Black Claw finishing top 2, while Cosmic Energy would finish 3rd.  Already being Saturday by the time all Groups were concluded, it would be quite an eventful Sunday for everyone involved. 

The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018 Recap: CS:GO

A total of nine tournaments were held at The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018, embracing 9 of the top esports across the globe. One of which was our tournament designated for CounterStrike: Global Offensive, the most popular first-person-shooter in the world. With $15,000 worth of prize pool on the line and some of the most prominent upcoming names in the international scene, we had high hopes for this specific tournament which were satisfied doubtlessly.  There was one slight hiccup with the tournament, however. Due to the gravity of the tournament, inviting 8 of the top teams in the world to fly in and compete on Maltese soil; the event, unfortunately, collided with ESL qualifications for another event. Nonetheless, the tournament was carried out, but the final stages were completed online as certain teams were forced to cancel their trips for the mentioned reason, which is completely understandable. I'll reinforce once more that this did not at all affect the intensity and ferocity of the overall level of competition.  Group Stages The eight international teams were split into two groups of four teams each. Group A housed Epsilon, AGO, Red Reserve and LeftOut in what would prove to be a tight squeeze while Group B would offer Team Vitality, Valiance, x6tence Galaxy and Team Spirit to battle it out. These group stages would be carried out online prior to the event.  Starting with Group A; every single round mattered here. With certain matches going up to 16-13 roughly three times, these scorelines added up as the dust settled. Epsilon, AGO and Red Reserve all managed to steal 2 victories, trading with each other while each of them defeated LeftOut, who were truly left out, having no victories to boast about. With 2 victories and 1 loss each, we crossed our fingers for a three-way-tie, because we can't help but love competition. However, it seemed that while Epsilon and AGO tied at 30 RF (rounds for), Red Reserve only amounted to 22, meaning that they would not make it into the Playoffs, instead, packing their bags. Epsilon and AGO would head to this bracket, though AGO would unfortunately not manage to make it, being replaced by 3rd place from Group B following careful evaluation of the situation and availability of the teams.  Speaking of the other Group, this one would stratify itself typically, with a 9-6-3-0 ratio between the four teams. Here, Team Spirit would offer a victory to each of their opponents, as they failed to close out a single series, x6tence Galaxy hanging on to this sole victory. Meanwhile, Team Vitality would edge out over Valiance in a 16-13 match, claiming the three victories while Valiance would qualify for the Playoffs with a second place victory. As stated before, due to the situation, x6tence Galaxy would also be invited to play in the Playoffs due to availability. With Team Vitality and Epsilon topping their groups, bracket play was in sight.  Bracket Play In this tight bracket of only 4 teams, Valiance would match up against Epsilon and x6tence would entertain Vitality, each in a best-of-three format. There being no Losers' Bracket, losing meant going home, taking with them less of the prize pool.  Epsilon vs Valiance would kick off with Mirage, where both European teams had found success earlier in the tournament. Remaining rather close up to half-time, Valiance would close it out over a reassuring 16-8 scoreline. Unfortunately, for Epsilon, with Dust 2 on the horizon, Valiance would once again repeat the scoreline to close out the series after 2 maps.  A similar fate awaited x6tence on the opposite side of the bracket. However, the first map, once again Mirage, saw Vitality feeling the pressure as the scoreline drew close, concluding with a 13-16 for Vitality. The French team would quickly gain their bearings, ending the series with a strong 16-5 game on Cache. Once again, we'd like to thank the Swedish team of x6tence for filling in and performing quite well. To note, Epsilon and x6tence placed 3rd/4th. On the 10th of December, the European teams of Vitality and Valiance were ready to conclude the event online, due to priorities elsewhere. Having encountered one another earlier on in the event, in Group B, Vitality had the advantage on paper, winning 16-11 at that point in time. However, this was a best-of-three and it was indeed a new day for Valiance.  Here are the team rosters for the Grand Final squads, who'd face head to head, deserving of recognition:  Valiance  Nestor 'LETN1' Tanic  Nemanja 'huNter' Kovac  Nemanja 'nexa' Isakovic  Otto 'ottoNd' Sihvo  Rokas 'EspiranTo' Milasuaskas  Vitality  Nathan 'NBK Schmitt  Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer  Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut  Dan 'Apex' Madesclaire  Cedric 'RpK' Guipouy.  Game 1, on Nuke, would see Vitality clench an early, expected lead through a 16-9 victory with some poor choice on the side of Valiance. They'd have to pull themselves together to bring this back - and bring it back they did. Mirage hosting their second game, Valiance flipped the switch and the scoreline too, heading to the final map with a 16-8 victory. With the comeback almost complete and Dust 2 being a strong map for them, a 16-9 victory crowned them The GO Malta Esports Festival 2018, CS:GO champions. More than 1.5 million views accumulated throughout this specific tournament, while a peak of 13,000 CCV was reached at times, excluding Chinese viewership.  We're happy to also mention that in the meantime both teams managed to qualify to the ESL Katowice 2019 Minor and we wish the best of luck to the two of them! To learn more about the tournament, check out the event page here.

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