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G2 nabbed the trophy in Malmö convincingly by displaying stellar play both tactically and individually. Every member of the French squad chimed in at crucial moments and especially kennyS’ AWP was devastating. G2 are now tied with SK Gaming at one tournament victory a piece in regards to the Intel® Grand Slam and one step closer to netting the extra US$1.000.000 reward. The next event that counts towards the Grand Slam will be ESL One New York in two weeks. A new chance for SK, G2 and all other attendees of course, to get closer to the four required event wins and a nice little cash injection.

In the meantime, we will enjoy some top-notch online Counter-Strike in EPL with some key matches coming up.

Here is everything you need to know for the second week of Season 6!

EUROPE

After the first week of online play, three teams already find themselves in a great position: FaZe, fnatic and North. The latter two both stand at 5W-1L, and FaZe lead the league with 6W-2L.

Faze and fnatic both disappointed in Malmö however, getting knocked out of the tournament in group-stage play. North on the other hand convinced at their first LAN event with the new roster, finishing in second place. It seems Valde brought back the hunger the Danes so dearly missed towards the end of last season.

At the bottom of the table after a bad start into the sixth season of EPL are the Ninjas in Pyjamas with 1W-3L. Already it’s time for them to pick it up and add some games to the win-column.

The newcomers to the league, GODSENT(1W-1OTW-1L) and BIG (2W-4L), also had to endure some difficulties in the opening week. After all, it takes time to adjust to the high level of play in EPL.

Find below the European ESL Pro League Season 6 standings:

MATCH OF THE WEEK – Astralis vs. Ninjas in Pyjamas

Both Astralis and NiP certainly hoped for a better start into the season.

The Danes had to suffer two tough losses at the hands of G2 in their first two BO1s, but made up for it by beating their fellow countrymen from Heroic on two maps and now find themselves ranked sixth in the league with 2W-2L.

The Swedes had a slightly worse start. First, North took two maps off the Ninjas, and then f0rest’s boys split maps with Na’Vi, which leaves them ranked 13th with 1W-3L.

I do not think however, that this record is an accurate representation of the Ninja’s current form. In Malmö the Swedish legends showed some great Counter-Strike. Especially draken displayed insane AWP skills. We got to see a vintage f0rest and GeT_RiGhT’s lurks became less readable. NiP made it all the way to the semis, where they had to bow to the eventual champs, G2, after putting up a great fight.

Astralis made it through the groups with ease in Malmö, and then were paired up against Gambit in the quarters, who once again proved to be too much to handle for the Danes.

I think these two giants will split maps when they clash today at 19:00 CET. There is more on the line for the Pyjama boys however. If they lose two maps here, they already have an almost insurmountable task ahead of them if they want to make it to the LAN finals in Odense.

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G2 managed to complete a miraculous comeback last year, but NiP better not rely on miracles.

NORTH AMERICA

There are no big surprises at the top of the standings in North America. SK tops the leaderboard with 6W-2L. Coming in second and the only team to keep a clean slate is OpTic Gaming with 4W-0L, followed by Team Liquid who won four out of the six maps they played.

Counter Logic Gaming and NRG both showed sound and solid Counter-Strike and find themselves in the top six of the standings. Both squads mean serious business and I believe are true contenders regarding the LAN finals in Denmark.

Cloud9’s new roster looks promising on paper, but their performance in the first week of EPL (1W-3L) and in Malmö leave much to be desired. They are ranked 11th in the league right now and are already in need of points.

Luminosity Gaming and Hiko’s new team Rogue both have yet to win a single map (both 0W-4L).

Below are the full standings for North America after week one:

MATCH OF THE WEEK – Cloud9 vs. Immortals

Cloud9 versus Immortals, a classic of NA Counter-Strike. In the past, Cloud9 usually held the upper hand in an online environment, and Immortals invariably beat the Americans on LAN.

Obviously this match will be played online, a positive for Stewie’s boys. But then again, Cloud9 are struggling to find their new identity after the addition of tarik and RUSH, which manifested itself not only in the first week of EPL, but also in Malmö, where they once again were put in their place playing against international competition.

Of course, C9 needs some time to adjust to two new players. In addition, Stewie2k handed over the IGL torch to tarik, which certainly doesn’t simplify matters. The question is, how much time do they need? Because at least in EPL time is already of the essence considering their record of 1W-3L.

Immortals picked it up again right where they left off last season. Solid performances in the first week of EPL and a strong showing in Malmö make them the favorites in this match-up.

I believe there is a good chance the Brazilians will leave the servers on Thursday with two more victories under their belt, which means it can already get dicey for Cloud9 in regards to the LAN finals.

Let’s hope the US boys find solutions to what’s holding them back at the moment, as nobody wants to see them miss out on the finals in Odense.

We’re back for week 2!

Tune into the ESL CS:GO YouTube channel to watch your favorite teams battle for a spot in the offline finals in Denmark, Odense. If you want to watch the season finals, you can purchase tickets here.

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[Update] Do or die time! Welcome to the second half of ESL Pro League Season 6 | esl pro league season 6 – Vietnamnhanvan

We’re past the halfway-mark of Season 6. This is where every single map begins to count. Where the championship teams separate themselves from the rest of the field, and where character, determination and grit decide over who stays in the league, and who gets relegated.

The fifth week of ESL Pro League, the second super week of season 6 with matches from Tuesday through Sunday in Europe, and from Wednesday through Monday in the US, brings exciting, decisive and classic match-ups to our screens. Let’s jump right into it.

Here’s everything you need to know before tonight’s matches kick off.

EUROPE

Last season’s champs, G2, are currently sitting on rank 11 and are in dire need of points if they want their chances of a repeat to remain intact. Luckily, the upcoming week offers just that, a chance. With 8 maps scheduled this week against EnVy, LDLC, Na’Vi and HR, this is their opportunity to turn around their season and leap ahead in the standings.

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Astralis find themselves in a simliar situation. Though the Danes have only played 8 maps so far and therefore sit in 10th place with 5W-3L. Matches against LDLC, BIG, and three real bangers against FaZe, Fnatic and North, will play instrumental roles on Astralis’ road to Odense. Surely, they want to be part of the EPL finals in their home country.

Be sure to tune in tonight when NiP and Fnatic battle it out on cache and mirage. The age old Swedish saga, which once again promises fireworks when the revived Ninja squad faces the top dogs in Europe.

Find the full schedule for all the 44 games happening in Europe here, and check out the standings below!

Match Of The Week – North vs. FaZe

Fireworks also await us on Wednesday, when North and FaZe brawl on mirage and inferno. Both squads are red hot right now and rightfully occupy ranks two and three of EPL Europe. Some of the world’s best aimers are locking horns when NiKo, olof and rain try to outshoot k0nfig, Valde and aizy.

Especially FaZe seemingly can’t err these days, coming off an impressive win at ESL One New York, qualifying for EPICENTER and the ELEAGUE Finals, and solid showings in Pro League.

Just last week olof dropped a 37 bomb with 161 ADR in a 16-10 win over NiP on mirage. Another showing like this spells trouble for North.

This will be the first time these two rosters clash and I can’t wait to see which playing philosophy prevails. The more skill heavy, individual approach FaZe exercises? Or MSL’s strict tactical style he demands of his players?

A prediction here seems almost impossible, but just going off the most recent form of the two, I’d say FaZe is the team here that plays for the 2-0.

North America

There are many unexpected guests among the top six placed teams in NA. Perhaps most surprising of all is NRG Esports, who are currently ranked 3rd. The NA-EU mix consisting of daps, FugLy and the three newcomers, Brehze, AnJ and CeRq, is playing an outstanding season thus far, splitting maps with C9, Liquid, Renegades and OpTic, while getting the 2-0 versus Ghost and Splyce. Another high calibre teams is on the agenda for NRG this week, when they face SK on Friday.

Speaking of surprises, to be honest, ranks one through four are all rather unforeseen. OpTic, Misfits, NRG and Renegades. No SK, Liquid or C9, who we would’ve anticipated there instead.

To be fair, those three teams are behind in matches played due to a busy travelling schedule over the last few weeks. Nevertheless, it’s extremely tight in ranks one through eight in NA, and I for one am looking forward to seeing some new faces in Odense.

Check out the full schedule for another 44 matches in North America here, and see the full standings below!

Match Of The Week – SK Gaming vs. Cloud9

What a treat for Counter-Strike lovers. SK versus C9. The Brazilians are 5th in the league with 7W-3L, Stewie2k & Co. sit in 8th with 6W-4L.

There’s a lot on the line here if we take the outstanding matches for both squads into consideration.

In addition to SK, C9 still play Renegades, Liquid, OpTic and Misfits. C9 ought to take advantage of the slump SK is in, if they don’t want to sweat it towards the end of the season. This match will be played online, and that’s where C9 frequently manages to shine against FalleN’s boys.

SK is currently in a minor crisis which could very well turn into a major one if they aren’t careful. They had to suffer uncharacteristic losses in and outside of EPL. Just past week, the Brazilians had to accept defeat against Heroic twice in ELEAGUE.

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coldzera’s prolonged dip in form certainly ties in to SK’s problems. He’s been on an absolute tear for 18 months and fragged himself into contention for the title best CS:GO player of all time. It’s impossible to keep up that level forever, but SK need him if they want to return to the top.

The match between these titans will have a huge impact on how the season in NA eventually shapes up. SK have built a small cushion and can concede a loss more easily than C9, who will be hungry to get the W. My prediction is a 1-1.

Superweek 5 is upon us!

Tune into the ESL CS:GO YouTube channel to watch your favorite teams battle for a spot in the offline finals in Denmark, Odense, and make sure to reserve plenty of time for all the 88 matches happening across both regions.  If you want to watch the season finals, you can purchase tickets here.

For all the latest updates on the ESL Pro League, be sure to follow ESL Counter-Strike on Twitter and Facebook.

Season 6 of the ESL Pro League is brought to you by Intel, the City of Odense, Nvidia GeForce GTX, Legion by Lenovo, Logitech, paysafecard, xfinity, MDL and YouTube.

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CS:GO – FaZe vs. SK [Inferno] Map 1 – GRAND FINAL – ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals


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CS:GO – Cloud9 vs. Na’Vi [Mirage] Map 1 – Semifinal – ESL One Cologne 2017


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