There were eight teams who looked forward to booking their places at DreamHack Open Atlanta which will take place between 16th and 18th of November this year. The organizer of the competition DreamHack made all of those necessary steps in order to make sure that the competition runs as smoothly as possible.
Those eight teams which battled their way in the DreamHack Open Atlanta Qualifier quarterfinals included eUnited, Duffle Bag Men, 4US Esports, Luminosity, Final Feature Gaming, Spacestation, Team One, and Furia eSports. Those teams who passed in the competition semifinals include Furia eSports, 4US Esports, Spacestation and eUnited.
eUnited Defeating Spacestation at 2-0
Following the latest events in the competition, team eUnited have defeated their biggest competition, team Spacestation at 2-0 with 16-3 played on Mirage and 16-9 players on Cache. With this victory, team eUnited secured their place at DreamHack Open Atlanta. Before being eliminated from the competition, team Spacestation was doing great beating Final Feature Gaming during the quarterfinals and beating 4US Esports in the semifinals.
In fact, team Spacestation was the very first team to grab their Finals spot after battling their opponents without losing a single map. Following their success in the competition, team eUnited was holding similarly beating Duffle Bag Men in the quarterfinals and beating Furia eSports in the semifinals which paved their entrance to the Grand Final.
The Grand Final Starting with Cache
Both teams had a great streak during those initial stages of the competition, so there is no wonder why the Grand Final featured the ultimate battle between Spacestation and eUnited. The Grand Final match started on Cache which was picked by Spacestation. The team which picked the map made a great streak opening the game with a nice 4-0 start.
However, the team began losing when the eUnited team’s lead went all in going back and forth all the way through halftime when the score was 8-7. In the second half of the game, eUnited played having a more grit in their game which helped them hound Spacestation’s defense winning eight of ten rounds. The team was definitely guided by Brandon Ace Winn who did a great posting a nice 1.52 rating for its team who won the map by 16-9.
Moving On to Mirage
After eUnited’s victory on Cache, the game moved on to Mirage. At this point, eUnited was all in wasting no time and putting their opponent completely against the wall. eUnited easily rounded that first half of the game by 12-3 completely dominating.
The team also almost effortlessly marched through the second half of the game making no errors and giving their opponent no place to get back into the game. During the second half of the game, eUnited secured the map by 16-3 placing a great 2-0 victory which secured their place at DreamHack Open Atlanta.
Team Vitality also Found Their Spot at DreamHack Open Atlanta
Another team which booked their place at DreamHack Open Atlanta is team Vitality which after beating team Vyalie Pitoni by 2-0 made it there joining eUnited. The French team was unstoppable during the competition storming to the competition’s Grand Final by beating PANTHERS, Sprout and finally Vyalie Pitoni. The Grand Final between Vitality and Vyalie Pitoni started on Inferno and team Vitality left no options for its opponent beating them by 12-3 during the first half of the game.
The team led by Cedric RpK Guipouy guided his team towards a great 16-4 victory on the map. The French team also scored a victory on Dust2 by 16-11 and took the gaming series by 2-0. With this amazing result, Vitality becomes the very first team to secure its spot at DreamHack Open Atlanta. Team eUnited followed their steps also joining the competition which will be held between 16th and 18th of November at the Georgia World Congress Center. There will be eight teams in total battling their way towards a massive prize pool amounting $100,000.