Gfinity Recap and Results
This past weekend (Sept. 23-25), Gfinity hosted their very own EGX 2016 CS:GO Invitational that hosted four premier teams from across Europe. The four teams that attended were Team EnVyUs of France, Epsilon eSports of Sweden, GODSENT of Sweden and mousesports of Germany. Each of the four teams competed for a total prize pool of $100,000 and the EGX 2016 title. The format for the four-team championship bracket was in a best-of-five style.
The tournament featured Alan “Bricetacualar” Brice from the Call of Duty esport as the host. It also featured analytical talent from Duncan “Thorin” Shields and Dustin “dusT” Mouret. The match casting talent consisted of Lauren “Pansy” Scott, Vince “Metuz” Hill, and James “Banks” Banks.
Friday, September 23 (Semi Final 1)
Team EnVyUs vs. Epsilon eSports
de_mirage: Team EnVyUs 16 - 5 Epsilon eSports
de_cbble: Epsilon eSports 16 - 14 Team EnVyUs
de_cache: Team EnVyUs 22 - 19 Epsilon eSports
de_nuke: Team EnVyUs 16 - 7 Epsilon eSports
Series Winners - Team EnVyUs (3-1)
Saturday, September 24 (Semi Final 2)
mousesports vs. GODSENT
de_cache: GODSENT 16 - 11 mousesports
de_mirage: mousesports 16 - 5 GODSENT
de_dust2: mousesports 19 - 17 GODSENT
de_overpass: mousesports 16 - 2 GODSENT
Series Winners - mousesports (3-1)
Sunday, September 25 (Grand Final)
Team EnVyUs vs. mousesports
de_cache: Team EnVyUs 19 - 17 mousesports
de_cbble: Team EnVyUs 16 - 12 mousesports
de_dust2: Team EnVyUs 16 - 14 mousesports
Series Winners - Team EnVyUs (3-0)
Prize Pool Results
1st Place ($50,000 USD)
- Team EnVyUs
2nd Place ($30,000 USD)
3rd/4th Place ($10,000 USD)
- Epsilon eSports
Congratulations to Team EnVyUs on winning the Gfinity EGX 2016 CS:GO Invitational!
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