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Dismal 2-0 sweep to mouz
December 3, 2017
tabseN posted an even 38/38 KD on Saturday in the 2-0 loss to mousesports at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
tabseN didn't have the greatest start on Overpass with a 3-0 deficit to start. He then contributed to the Round 4 win to get on the board for the first time, however, mouz returned with a seven-round streak to take the 10-1 lead. In Round 12, tabseN helped pick up the second round of the half with a 2-vs-5 post-plant hold on the A-bombsite. His efforts helped win a few more rounds to conclude the first half with an 11-4 score. A strong start on the defense gave tabseN some hope with a five-round streak but mouz returned with five of their own to take Game 1 16-9. The series shifted to Mirage where tabseN finally broke the 14 round streak by mouz with a triple kill post-plant hold to settle the half. However, the momentum carried over into the second half with two rounds won and a 115.4 ADR but it wasn't enough as mouz cruised to a 16-3 win.
Unable to break the mouz defense
December 3, 2017
gob b gathered a 31/34 KD in the 2-0 loss to mousesports on Saturday at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
gob b finally got on the board in Round 4 of Overpass after breaking the three-round streak by mouz. Although mouz continued to dominate as gob b struggled to find a way to get past the defense. It wasn't until Round 13 where gob b came out on top in a post-plant 1-vs-2 clutch on the A-bombsite to secure the round. His efforts brought the team to an 11-4 score at the half and carried over the momentum into the second half with a quad kill in the pistol round. After picking up the pistol win, gob b continued to pressure the mouz offense to win five straight. Although mouz returned the favor with five of their own to sweep the series in a 16-3 win as gob b posted a 13/16 KD and an 80.2 ADR in the Mirage loss.
Caught flat-footed
December 3, 2017
keev posted a 25/37 KD in the 2-0 loss on Saturday to mousesports at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
The start to Overpass was a blunder as keev was faced with a stern 3-0 deficit to start. He managed to help get the offense on the board in Round 4 but mouz continued its dominance with a seven-round streak. In Round 12, keev helped in a 2-vs-5 post-plant situation on the A-bombsite to secure the round. The round won helped the team secure the 11-4 deficit going into the second half. Keev picked up three quick kills in the second pistol round which sparked the team to pick up four more to cut the deficit by two. Although mouz returned and broke the economy of keev to pick up five in a row to secure the 16-9 win. For keev, it didn't get any better in Game 2 as he struggled to get past the defense of mouz for a dismal 14-0 deficit. He contributed to the last round won in the first half and carried the momentum into the second for a two-round start. However, mouz once again returned the favor and picked up two of their own to secure the 16-3 win and the series sweep.
Outlasts North Academy 2-1
December 2, 2017
tabseN posted a firm 68/49 KD on Saturday with a 2-1 win over North Academy at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
The series started on Train where tabseN had a field day on the offensive start. North Academy struggled to hold off the quick rotating offense of BIG, who took a massive 12-3 lead at the half. The second half was a little contested but tabseN remained consistent on the defense and held off for a 16-6 win, posting a team-leading 129.5 ADR. In Game2, tabseN carried his momentum over to Cache where he picked up a clean 4-0 start. However, North Academy came back to tie the game 4-4 but tabseN reset the defense once again to pick up three in a row. Surprisingly, North Academy came back and settled the first half with an 8-7 lead and carried their momentum over into the second half. tabseN picked up the ace to secure the second pistol round and led the team in damage with a 118.0 ADR, but that was all he could do in the 16-8 loss. With the series tied 1-1, tabseN returned in Round 2 of the eco to pick up a triple kill to secure the A-bombsite and the round. Both teams contested early but tabseN got the offense out on top with a 10-5 lead going into the second. North Academy only had two rounds left in them as tabseN continued to rock the Danes with another team-leading 103.3 ADR in the 16-7 win on Overpass.
Secures Overpass in 2-1 win
December 2, 2017
LEGIJA went 52/46 Saturday in a 2-1 win over North Academy at DreamHack Open Winter.
ANALYSIS
LEGIJA had an easy start on the offense of Train with several entry-kills and post-plant holds for a massive 12-3 lead. The second half was a little bit of a slow start but once LEGIJA adjusted to the offense and well-played retakes, the defense then took the second half for the 16-6 win, posting a 101.5 ADR. Game 2 of Cache resulted in a smooth 4-0 offensive lead for LEGIJA but the Danes pounced a reset LEGIJA for the 4-4 tie. Able to buy, LEGIJA played more massive and took his time to take control of middle, which later resulted in three in a row. However, North Academy took the first half with an 8-7 score and continued to dominate in the second half to win eight out of nine rounds to even the series with a 16-8 Cache win. The last map of the series came down to Overpass where LEGIJA found himself in the middle of a highly contested start in the first half. With both teams trading rounds, LEGIJA finally came out on top for the offensive 10-5 lead going into the second. LEGIJA kicked off the second half with a triple kill to secure the second pistol round win. From there, the Danes could only pick up two rounds before BIG took the series 2-1 with a 16-7 win, thanks to LEGIJA 18/18 KD and 86.4 ADR.
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BIG withdraw from Meisterschaft
August 1, 2017
The organization has announced that they have pulled out of the ESL Meisterchaft Summer due to a schedule conflict with ELEAGUE.
ANALYSIS
After coming off a historic run at the PGL Major and securing Legend status at their first ever Major, the German organization will not attend ESL Meisterschaft. The decision came down to the team choosing between ESL Meisterschaft or the upcoming ELEAGUE qualification as both events fall on the same week. The team then decided to take part in the qualification of ELEAGUE knowing the risk of a non-qualification as the team could walk away with nothing.