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ESC Gaming has defeated Virtus.pro 2-0* (16-7 de_mirage_csgo, 16-6 de_nuke_ve) in the best-of-five grand final of SLTV StarSeries IV finals to clinch the first CS:GO season's title and $6,000.
The Poles continued strong counter-terrorist play on de_mirage_csgo as they once again scored into the double digits with a 10-5 lead at half, but unlike in the upper bracket final where they lost after a 12-3 lead, this time they followed through with a 6-2 second half.
With their backs against the wall, having to win the next three maps in a row to have a chance at the title, Virtus.pro started off as terrorists on de_nuke_ve and only managed to score five rounds at half.
Filip "NEO" Kubski's team was once again able to retain their lead, as they held the second 10-5 lead as well, winning 6-1 as terrorists for a 3-0* (ESC started the series up 1-0 due to winning the upper bracket) series sweep.
SLTV StarSeries IV final standings:
1. ESC Gaming - $6,000
2. Virtus.pro - $3,000
3. Imaginary - $2,500
4. zNation - $2,000
SLTV StarSeries will return in 2013 with an announcement regarding the next seasons of its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments.
Anyway its good results for Virtus.pro on their FIRST lan tourney :P
Also on a side note, I'm highly amused at the flame war you started on twitter lurrpis over ozstrik3r's shit-tier play. As if he makes up for it somehow? lol
Post edited 2012-12-24 01:59:50
Is he the new sniper in ESC? I'm probably wrong, was just watching the match with little attention
Post edited 2012-12-23 18:33:41
when there is no fnatic and NiP.
Post edited 2012-12-23 21:38:25
Taz is a monster :)
wp and congratz guys!
Post edited 2012-12-23 20:52:46
and congrats to my boys ofcourse, knew you could do it ! <3
But that would be a total scumbag move, so i wont, and you shouldn't either :)