Apr 12 2015 - 4:37 pm

ESL CS:GO Winter Pro League Day 3 Recap

Day 3 consisted of the Semi-Finals. As well as that, we also found out who were crowned champions.
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During the whole of Day 2 matches, Counter-Strike fans were on the edge of their seats as we found out which two other teams would be in the Semi-Finals. Day 3 was just as, if not more exciting than the second as we saw two overtime maps from either of the Semi-Finals matches. Day 3 of the event concluded with one team being crowned champion and taking away $15,000.

Semi Final 1 - Titan vs. Team SoloMid

Cache:

- First Half: Titan (CT) won pistol, took TSM (T) 9 - 6.

- Overall: 19 - 17 | Titan (T) took a lead in the series 1-0.

Dust2:

- First Half: Titan (T) won pistol, TSM (CT) took it 8 - 7.

- Overall: 16 - 10 | TSM (CT) ties up the series 1-1.

Inferno:

- First Half: Titan (CT) won pistol, took TSM (T) 10 - 5.

- Overall: 16 - 14 | Titan (T) took the series 2-1 over TSM (CT).

Semi Final 2 - Natus Vincere vs. Team EnVyUs

Inferno:

- First Half: nV (CT) pistol, took Na’Vi (T) 12 - 3

- Overall: 19 - 15 | nV (T) took a lead in the series 1-0.

Overpass:

- First Half: nV (T) won pistol, took Na’Vi (CT) 10 - 5.

- Overall: 16 - 7 | Na’Vi (T) tied up the series 1-1.

Cobblestone:

- First Half: nV (T) won pistol, took Na’Vi (CT) 8 - 7.

- Overall: 16 - 12 | Na’Vi (T) took the series 2-1 over nV (CT).

After their win over Team EnVyUs, Natus Vincere advanced to the Grand Finals. Team EnVyUs were eliminated from the tournament and finished 4th place.

Grand Final - Natus Vincere vs. Titan

Mirage:

- First Half: Na’Vi (T) won pistol, Titan (CT) took it 10 - 5.

- Overall: 16 - 12 | Na’Vi (CT) took a lead in the series 1-0.

Cache:

- First Half: Titan (CT) won pistol, took Na’Vi (T) 8 - 7.

- Overall: 16 - 7 | Titan (T) tied up the series 1-1.

Cobblestone:

- First Half: Na’Vi (CT) won pistol, Titan (T) took it 8-7

- Overall: 16 - 13 | Na’Vi (T) took the series 2-1 over Titan (CT).

After their win over Titan, Natus Vincere were crowned your ESL Winter Pro League Champions and took home $15,000.

A special thank you to ESL for making this event possible.


Interested in seeing how the other teams placed at the ESL CS:GO Winter Pro League Finals? Checkout our Final Placings article.

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