It's double elemination bracket. Even if og lose to mibr, they will probably face dig in the lower bracket, which should be a free win.
Meh, you can't win a tournament by avoiding all the top teams. You're gonna have to face them eventually.
Just bad rng, not anyone's fault
to be fair, mibr is the only threat
fnatic or dignitas would be ez
So bullshit, Fnatic has gotten an absolute cakewalk of a tournament so far and gets the easiest matchups every time
worried about playing MIBR? lmao
if og a top 10 team, they have to be able to beat mibr
+1 fnatic and big got so easy groups and now this. But og dont care and they will win everyone.
Joke team if you are worried about mibr tbh
Well, MIBR is not the scariest opponent in FP.....
It's a double elim bracket chill broski
Just be better than mibr?
Wtf is a flashpoint? How come a t2 tournament have a 500k grandprize? Tf?
they should beat every team if they're good
ok and? if they lose to mibr might as well disband
It's flashpoint bro, they brackets doesn't make any sense
mibr is a last chance team so idk what're u whining about
OG got the hardest group compared to fntc and big as well they've been shafted the whole tournament
Just means they're more prepared now and the wins they do get will be sweeter
Its a bit boring to see fnatic going agains Dignitas again, i think it would make more sense bracket-wise to be fnatic vs MIBR, and OG vs Dig. But in any case, this seeding is better for flashpoint, fnatic brings in more views, but is considered the weakest team out of the EU tier 1 invites (BIG, OG, fnatic)
So having them going further easier is better for the tournament, same for BIG, who has had a flawless run. At this point the TO are just hoping that all 4 teams, OG,VP, fnatic and BIG go as deep as possible.
Who cares who OG plays, need to beat every team to win the tournament EZ Clap
Listen, it doesn't matter who they play.
If they choke - they lose.
If they don't choke - they win.
They can beat anyone if they're in the right mindset, and if they choke - doesn't matter who's the opponent. Outcome almost entirely depends on them.