Monster in 2-0 win over GODSENT
September 14, 2017
tabseN went 61/38 on Wednesday in a commanding 2-0 win over GODSENT in ESL Pro League Season 6.
tabseN had an absolutely monstrous performance in the series against GODSENT, starting on the offensive side of Cache. Despite the 3-0 start and GODSENT firm on the defense, tabseN came up big in Round 13 with a quad kill entry into the A-bombsite, including a 1-vs-2 clutch to start the three round streak to take the 8-7 lead at the half. tabseN then switched sides to dominate the second half to win eight out of nine rounds to take Game 1 16-8, earning a team-leading 33/16 KD and 135.0 ADR. Mirage claimed Game 2 as tabseN had another rocky start in the first half but quickly stomped GODSENT to take the 6-2 lead. However, GODSENT fired back for a toss up of rounds to settle the half with a 9-6 deficit. A 3-0 start for GODSENT to tie in the start of the second half was quickly diminished as tabseN fragged his way through the second half on the offense to sweep the series with a 16-13 win, posting a 28/22 KD and 114.8 ADR.
Unstoppable in series sweep
September 14, 2017
nex earned a solid 57/31 KD Wednesday in a 2-0 win over GODSENT in ESL Pro League Season 6.
nex had a rather slow start in Game 1 of Cache, but he managed to pick up plenty of frags in the highly contested first half. With GODSENT keeping the score to themselves, nex made it difficult to hold on to that lead with a Round 14 quad kill hold on the A-bombsite to tie the game and finish with a first half lead 8-7. The second half was all defense as nex closed out Cache winning a 1-vs-1 pre-plant duel with low health to secure the 16-8 win. GODSENT got the ball rolling but nex stopped it in its path with a quad kill hold on the A-bombsite in Round 13 to secure round. Finally, his 1-vs-4 clutch attempt on the defensive post-plant was denied for the 9-6 finish. GODSENT once again with the 3-0 outing but nex struck back with a 1-vs-3 clutch on the B-bombsite in Round 20 to secure the 11-9 lead. From there, GODSENT picked up a few rounds but nex completed the series with a 16-13 win, earning a 29/18 KD and 104.3 ADR.
Solid in series win
September 13, 2017
LEGIJA tallied a 41/28 KD in BIG's win over Heroic on Tuesday in the ESL Pro League.
With most of the big competition away for ELEAGUE and ESL New York, BIG was gifted with a couple easy matchups this week. The first was against Heroic, who did manage to put up a nice fight in the first game. Things went into overtime, but LEGIJA and his team easily overcame with four straight wins in overtime to get the victory. The final game was basically a cakewalk, with BIG easily winning 16-1. LEGIJA wasn't as flashy in this one but still managed a 13/6 KD. He also had a nice 3k in Round 8 that kept them moving along towards domination.
Leads BIG to lopsided win
September 13, 2017
tabseN put up a 51/32 KD in BIG's 2-0 win over Heroic on Tuesday in the ESL Pro League.
While the first game of this series was pretty close, the second game was a complete blowout. tabseN was on his game from the very start of this series. He grabbed three kills with the Deagle early on and then it was off to the races. While Heroic did manage to push this into overtime, BIG won all four games in the extra rounds to lock up the win. While he dropped a 30-bomb in the first game, he pulled in the damage like crazy in the second. He finished with a 125.6 ADR, most in the game, to lead his team to a blistering 16-1 win.
Consistent in 1-1 split against HellRaisers
August 26, 2017
keev earned a 34/35 KD on Wednesday in a 1-1 split against HellRaisers in ESL Pro League Season 6.
keev had a brutal start to Game 1 of ache, despite his efforts doing the dirty work by picking up the opening entry-kills, but a 6-0 deficit still faced the team. However, keev was a key member in getting the team back into business securing Round 11 by resolving a 2-vs-1 on a post plant, which helped the team win four in a row to close the half down 9-6. The second half, keev remained silent on the defense with not much to show besides one round won in the 16-7 loss. Game 2 was much different as keev dominated the first half early on the offense to get BIG out on a 3-0 lead. The massive lead didn't last long as keev struggled offensively late in the first half, which resulted in an 8-7 finish. Keev then stepped his game up in the second half defensively late in the half to rally back and take Cobblestone 16-11.
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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.
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.