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World Championship. Match History. Champion Stats. The second map started with ViCi taking the first five rounds, then NiP took the next eight before ViCi took the last two of the first round.
In the second half, however, NiP only had a brief period of success on its terrorist side and ViCi was able to tie the series in after the close game.
After a back and forth start on Mirage, NiP pulled away and took a big halftime lead. ViCi was able gather two sets of three rounds, but deficit was too much to come back from and NiP moved on.
G2 managed to have a good counter-terrorist side, but TyLoo had an even better one in the second half, as G2 only scrapped up two rounds.
Dust II was historically a good G2 map and it showed why as the French had an even better first half than the last with a 13—2 lead. G2 then easily finished up the game to force a third map.
G2 matched its halftime score from the second map in the third map. TyLoo tried to come back after taking the second half pistol round, but G2's economy rounds somehow managed to overrun TyLoo and G2 moved on.
TyLoo started the tournament 2—0, but ended in as it could not get a best of three win. Cloud9 started on the much more favored side on Nuke and easily took an 11—4 lead.
Winstrike tried to put on a big performance for its counter-terrorist side in the second half, but Cloud9 denied much success as autimatic dominated the map.
Cloud9 won the pistol round to carry the momentum, but some crucial mistakes allowed Winstrike to take the next three rounds and then eventually an 8—7 lead.
Winstrike won the first two rounds, but Cloud9 won seven rounds in a row to go up and then 15— Winstrike then regrouped and then tied the game at In overtime, Winstrike dominated the first round, but Cloud9, lead by RUSH's plays, took the next four to survive and move on.
The New Legends stage, formerly known as the Group stage, used the same format as the Challengers stage.
The seeding was released on February 19, Meanwhile, apEX dropped 30 kills as Vitality put up a strong counter-terrorist side. However, Renegades put up an even better half in the second at as the Australians shut down most of what ENCE had to offer.
Natus Vincere Na'Vi had an unexpected performance from Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev with 23 kills and everyone on the team had a good game, limiting the impact kennyS had for G2 Esports.
Ninjas in Pyjamas took a huge halftime lead on Nuke at 11—4, but did start on the much more favored side, giving NRG Esports a chance. NRG did start the comeback, but at 15—14, NiP managed to sneak in that last round to pull off the win, the REZ's 33 kills to lead the way.
Despite starting on the more favored side, compLexity could not get anything going, even with Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz's 18 kills. However, shox's crew, lead by kennyS's 25 kills, took control and won 10 rounds in the second half to BIG's 4 and sent the German team to 0—2.
However, MIBR found a strategy to counter compLexity in the second half and easily won it out and avoided the 0—2.
NRG decided to take a risk and bought with low money and it paid off and eventually tied the game at Renegades pulled off another upset and went up 9—0 in series since the Asia Minor as AZR had another huge game.
FaZe's Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer , named the best player in , struggled with just 10 kills. Vitality and Na'Vi was a thriller that headed to triple overtime.
Vitality had chances, but Denis "electronic" Sharipov and Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev bailed Na'Vi out to barely survive. Team Liquid had a hot start, but NiP settled in and eventually took the lead late into the game.
However, Liquid stabilized towards the end and shut down whatever NiP had to offer despite f0rest's 26 kills. Nicholas "nitr0" Cannella lead all players with 28 kills.
Day 2 started with MIBR against G2 Esports and the Brazilians took a strong 8—1 lead before G2 recovered and only were down by the end of the half.
G2 kept the half close at 13—11, but coldzera and Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo put up kills in crucial moments, including winning a 2 vs 4, as MIBR took the map win.
Vitality, lead by apEX and ZywOo, just barely won out over Cloud9, even though flusha had 27 kills and Zellsis with 24 as the Frenchmen went up 2—1.
Astralis looked like it put a halt onto Renegades's Cinderella run as the world's number one put up a halftime lead and then a 14—5 lead.
However, Renegades showed that it could compete with the best and put up ten unanswered to suddenly take a 15—14 lead before Astralis tied it up and the game headed to overtime.
Renegades then continued its streak and then took down the Danish giants in map one. Renegades then took a halftime lead on Nuke, a map Astralis had not lost in over a year.
However, Astralis's defense combined with some big mistakes from Renegades completely shut down whatever the Oceanic team had to offer and Astralis cruised in the second half.
Astralis did not look back in the third map and dominated and the Danes were the first team to the playoffs; in addition, Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander's team was the first team to beat Renegades during this Katowice run, as dev1ce and Peter "dupreeh" Rothmann were instrumental in the victory.
ENCE then took a big 11—4 lead. BIG made it relatively close in the second half, but the lead was too far gone and BIG was eliminated.
The first map between Liquid and Na'Vi was a back and forth affair, but the halftime score went in favor of Liquid 9—6. Despite Liquid limiting s1mple, Egor "flamie" Vasilyev stepped up with 26 kills.
However, Liquid's teamwork proved to be more effective, with its newest acquisition Jake "Stewie2K" Yip leading the way with 21 kills and Jonathan "EliGE" Jablonowski followed up also with 21 kills as Liquid barely sneaked by.
The second map also featured a close first half, as Liquid only lead 8—7. Even though s1mple stepped up compared to the last map, Liquid's terrorist side was too much for Na'Vi to handle as Liquid was the second team to move on.
The last series of day two was a thriller between NRG and compLexity. On Nuke, NRG had an 8—7 lead while in the terrorist side, meaning its second half would be on the much more favored side.
However, despite a good start, NRG could not follow through as stanislaw put up big numbers, ending the game with 45 kills.
The game headed to double overtime, where compLexity pulled out the upset. On Cache, NRG once again had an 8—7 lead while on the less favored side.
However, compLexity started off with six in a row before NRG found a rhythm and went up 15—14, only for compLexity to tie it as Rory "dephh" Jackson defused the bomb in round In overtime, compLexity found itself in a winning position and secured the set as Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan found a kill onto daps.
Renegades continued to flaunt their top form as it started off with a 10—1 lead over Vitality. The French somewhat recovered to make it 11—4, but there was no stopping the Renegades train as the Australian team easily took the first map.
Renegades took the halftime lead again in the second map, but it was much closer at 8—7. Vitality's terrorist side in the second half then took over and NBK- and his team tied up the series at one.
After a close first half, Renegades suddenly took a 14—7 lead. Vitality looked like it could make up the deficit with five in a row, but Renegades were able to close out the map.
With Renegades moving on, Gratisfaction was the first New Zealander to become a Legend and his four teammates were the first Australians to become Legends.
Although electronic had a subpar game, flamie and s1mple continued to put up good performances and Na'Vi advanced. NiP then took the lead at and then 14— The first match of day 4 started on Dust II, one of G2's strongest map.
G2 matched ENCE's score in the second half, which included winning the last four rounds in regulation, to send the game to overtime.
ENCE then jumped to a 12—5 lead in the second map. G2 had some momentum starting then, but the Finns were able to win out the map and the series to stay alive in the tournament.
FaZe had a good start to the second half, but compLexity's team effort allowed the North American squad to take the first map. On verge of pulling off another upset, compLexity took a 5—3 lead, but FaZe pulled it back to win out the half 9—6.
The third map would prove to be a thriller. After compLexity took an 10—7 lead, FaZe started to crawl back and take the lead at 13— Lead by Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert 's crucial plays, compLexity took back the lead at 14— NiKo then went on a tear and put FaZe behind his back as he overcame compLexity's defense and FaZe barely survived to the next day.
After HellRaisers took an early lead, Cloud9 jumped back into the game and took a halftime lead. HellRaisers struggled in the second half as Cloud9 easily took the first map.
In the second map, Cloud9 continued to perform and took an 11—4 lead. However, seven unanswered from HellRaisers suddenly tied up the game.
Cloud9 then took time to adjust and then took down HellRaisers as another Legend fell. Vitality and NiP started on Cache, historically a good NiP map, and it showed why as the Swedes took 11 rounds on the less favored side in the first half.
Vitality took the first three rounds of the half, but with dennis stepping up for his team, NiP was easily able to take the win.
NiP took the pistol and anti-economy rounds in the second map, but Vitality put up 11 rounds of its own, but the French did start on the more favored side, giving NiP a silver lining.
However, Vitality quickly reached 15 rounds and then won the game after NiP took four more rounds. NiP rebounded as it took a massive 14—1 lead at the half.
Vitality made a comeback look possible it took six rounds, but NiP was able to close it out and move on to the playoffs, with dennis leading the way with 23 kills.
The first map between FaZe and Cloud9 looked like a blowout, as FaZe took a 12—3 lead and then a 15—4 lead. However, everyone on Cloud9 started contributing and mounted a massive comeback.
In the end, a fake execute by FaZe on the B bombsite when the team was going A opened up an avenue for FaZe and the European squad just barely denied the comeback.
FaZe had another strong first half, this time at 11—4. However, Cloud9 started to come back and reached nine rounds, which was capped with an autimatic 1 vs 4.
FaZe then took a timeout and recovered to move on to the playoffs as Cloud9 was eliminated. The New Champions Stage, also known as the Playoffs, is a best of three double elimination bracket.
This stage is taking place at the Spodek from February 28 to March 3, Brackets were revealed shortly after FaZe defeated Cloud9 in the last map of the group stages.
Teams were seeded first based on their record in the New Legends stage and based on the strength of their schedule.
In addition, olofmeister continued his streak as the only player in history to become a Legend at every Major.
The first game at the Spodek was a surprise one as many did not expect FaZe to pick Inferno instead of leaving it as the decider.
This map started off with a bang. NiKo was able to find electronic, but flamie was able to take down NiKo for the ace and defuse the bomb.
There, flamie found a quick kill onto olofmeister. Some moments later, GuardiaN killed his former teammate and then rain ran in to find s1mple.
The score later reached 12—9 in FaZe's favor. In the following round, Zeus was tagged down to very low health near the start of the round.
GuardiaN took down flamie before electronic traded and the bomb was planted. Zeus then took down GuardiaN, which led FaZe to just back off and find some kills while giving up the round as Zeus's heroics saved his team.
GuardiaN traded right away, but flamie was able to take down olofmeister. GuardiaN found two impressive kills onto flamie and s1mple while stuck on the A bombsite before being downed by Edward.
The bomb was planted in a 2 vs. In the seventh round, flamie was trying to peek into the A bombsite from the palace area, which is one of two ways to get from the terrorist spawn to the A bombsite, but GuardiaN was there to spot him and take him down.
NiKo tried to get more information for his team by peeking out to the middle area, but s1mple had a quick shot to make it a 4 vs.
Zeus was able to take down rain and tried to get rid of GuardiaN, but instead GuardiaN killed Edward, who was trying to plant the bomb. FaZe was able to take another pistol round and brought it to 9—7.
There, olofmeister found the first kill onto Zeus, who was trying to get aggressive, in the apartments area, which connects the terrorist spawn to the B bombsite.
FaZe then was taking control of the middle area, but electronic found a quick shot onto NiKo in the connector area, which connects the middle area to the A bombsite.
In the 23rd round, Zeus found olofmeister early in the round. FaZe decided to execute to the A bombsite. With under fifty seconds left, Zeus caught out NiKo in middle trying to sneak up the connector area.
GuardiaN caught s1mple off guard, but s1mple won the fight with the virtue of having in AWP, normally a one shot, one kill weapon.
NiKo led FaZe with 15 kills, but his team ended up well short. Team Liquid was able to sweep up the competition in the Legends stage while ENCE had to come back from an 0—2 deficit and reach the playoffs with its wins.
This is the first meeting between the two teams. ENCE took the pistol round and the anti-economy round for the 2—0 lead and then the two teams traded four rounds each.
In the eleventh round, ENCE took early middle control. After taking a high explosive grenade for nearly half his health, Aleksib was taken down by ELiGE in that middle area while trying to look into connector.
Twistzz was blinded by a flashbang near the apartments area, but a lucky spray allowed the Canadian to kill xseveN and the followed up onto allu.
Liquid was able to take a brief lead at 7—6, but ENCE ended up winning the half 8—7. The game was later tied In the 21st round, ENCE decided to change its defensive setup with two AWPs instead of only allu holding the sniper rifle, but that left the Finns with almost no grenades.
With under forty seconds left, Liquid chose to go to the B bombsite. The rest of Liquid were in apartments and needed to rush into the site, but Aleksib took down Twistzz with the second AWP.
This left Liquid with just two against five ENCE players and the two were needed to save their weapons for the next round as winning this round was unlikely.
However, NAF died to xseveN with under five seconds left in the round. With about thirty seconds left, NAF and Twistzz attempted to make a play.
NAF peeked into the B bombsite from catwalk and completely caught Aleksib off guard, followed up onto xseveN, and then planted the bomb with about fifteen seconds left in the round.
NAF then took down Aerial, but Twistzz was caught by sergej. NAF then peeked to the catwalk area and flicked onto sergej and then hid inside a smoke grenade.
In the 27th round, Liquid executed to the A bombsite with on the clock. Twistzz was on the other side of the map during all this and found a headshot onto xseveN.
Twistzz had to run into the middle area to try to retrieve the bomb that was dropped by nitr0, but allu found the final kill and ENCE took the first map.
Liquid took the pistol round, but ENCE proceeded to win five of the next six rounds to take the lead. In the next round, Liquid executed to the B bombsite with just over fifty seconds left in the round, but xseveN took down Stewie2K trying to open up the site.
Aleksib tried to follow up, but Twistzz was there to deny it. This led Liquid to a winning streak and Liquid was up 10—5.
ENCE took the first three rounds of the second half, but Liquid took five and it looked like a third map between the two teams.
In the 24th round, ENCE was down to potentially its last buy. With under thirty seconds left, Stewie2K caught sergej trying to creep in.
Aleksib took down Stewie2K on B. This led to a surge in the Finns' offense and then suddenly tied the game and it headed to overtime.
Liquid found one round in the first half of overtime, but ENCE took two and then one more to get to map and set point at 18— Liquid was on the terrorist side in the fifth round of overtime and wanted to head to the A bombsite.
The team went up the middle area, but allu was there to catch ELiGE. However, allu was only a distraction for sergej and Aerial to pounce from the other side as nitr0 and NAF went down.
Stewie2K was able to take down Aerial, but when he needed to make a play, allu made sure he did not, leaving just Twistzz.
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