myRevenge win ASUS ROG Summer

myRevenge have won ASUS ROG Summer 2014 with a 2-1 (16-5 de_mirage, 4-16 de_dust2, 16-8 de_inferno) victory over ENCORE to win $5,000.

myRevenge finished second in group A following a dominant 16-2 loss against ENCORE, while Jesse "KHRN" Grandell's strong play allowed the Finns to finish on top of it.

In the playoffs Danny "BERRY" Krüger's myRevenge went through Publiclir.se 2-1, and Finnish Recursive 2-0, to book a spot in the grand final.

On the other side of the bracket ENCORE made quick work of Expert-Gaming, and then overcame Nostalgie in a very close match, winning the deciding map in overtime.

BERRY from Anexis

BERRY's myRevenge top ASUS ROG Summer 2014 

The grand final started with ENCORE favored on de_mirage, following their 16-2 group stage win. Still, it was myRevenge who looked much better, winning 16-5 on the opener.

Joona "natu" Leppänen's ENCORE evened up the series with a dominant 16-4 win of their own on de_dust2, thus setting up a third map to decide the winner of the event.

On de_inferno myRevenge was clearly better. They won both pistol rounds and first weapon rounds, and ultimately closed ENCOOREE out 16-8 to win $5,000.

Matchpage
2
1
2nd August 2014
16
Mirage
5
4
Dust2
16
16
Inferno
8

 myRevenge K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
Denmark Nicolaj 'mupzG' DjurhusmupzG 51 - 43 +8 - 1.15
Denmark Markus 'Kjaerbye' KjærbyeKjaerbye 50 - 40 +10 - 1.11
Denmark Danny 'BERRY' KrügerBERRY 45 - 47 -2 - 0.97
Denmark Asger 'AcilioN' LarsenAcilioN 40 - 45 -5 - 0.93
Denmark Hemen 'xanzir' Nawrosxanzir 38 - 39 -1 - 0.91
 ENCORE K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
Finland Jesse 'KHRN' GrandellKHRN 60 - 43 +17 - 1.27
Finland Timo 'REFLEX' RintalaREFLEX 48 - 49 -1 - 0.96
Finland Taneli 'disturbed' Veikkoladisturbed 41 - 45 -4 - 0.88
Finland Joona 'natu' Leppänennatu 33 - 44 -11 - 0.77
Finland Mikko 'xartE' VälimaaxartE 31 - 43 -12 - 0.71

ASUS ROG Summer 2014 final standings:

1. Denmark myRevenge - $5,000
2. Finland ENCORE - $3,000
3-4. Finland Recursive - $1,000
3-4. Europe Nostalgie - $1,000
5-8. Sweden Publiclir.se
5-8. Sweden Games4u
5-8. Norway Expert-Gaming
5-8. Finland Menace

We will be processing all statistics for ASUS ROG Summer 2014 later on, once G3 has wrapped up in London. You will be able to find them then via our statistics page

Finland Joona 'natu' Leppänen
Joona 'natu' Leppänen
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.88
Maps played:
188
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.16
Denmark Danny 'BERRY' Krüger
Danny 'BERRY' Krüger
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.89
Maps played:
583
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.15
Finland Jesse 'KHRN' Grandell
Jesse 'KHRN' Grandell
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
600
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.14
Go danes! Congratz.
2014-08-03 00:11
#2
Finland Seffe 
NICE LA
2014-08-03 00:11
n1
2014-08-03 00:11
Very good and exciting game. Was really fun to watch it live on National TV.
2014-08-03 00:13
Was it streamed on tv?
2014-08-03 00:15
yes, the grand final was shown live on a national tv channel. curious to find out how many people tuned in!
2014-08-03 00:16
Can i see statistics somewhere so how many was really watching television and that channel? That was awesome broadcast, more please.
2014-08-03 00:54
you'd have to ask yle, i have no clue
2014-08-03 01:00
We will release TV and stream viewer statistics soon. Hopefully in Monday.
2014-08-03 11:44
Great job guys :)
2014-08-03 12:30
#12
Finland XAF 
Yes, Yle TV 2 :p
2014-08-03 00:16
Wow, thats pretty huge! :)
2014-08-03 00:19
That was massive, great stream too with Wabbit and angeldust
2014-08-03 00:38
Imo wabbit was a bit annoying but it was watchable
2014-08-03 07:21
i think wabbit closes the gap a little between a "normal tv watcher" and a "gamer who knows stuff already". My friends were at my place and we somehow ended up watching the cast, and my friends said they were thrilled, even tho they didn't really know what was happening in the game, but they started to get a clue. They said it was enjoyable.
2014-08-03 09:53
Yeah I noticed that too and they intentionally used more casual names for guns etc. As awp being "kiikarikivääri" etc. So the first timers wouldnt be confused with the terms and could hop right in. Even when they used the "in-game" slang, they explained what it meant. I personally prefer casting with a bit more indepth analysis as lurppis was doing. While wabbit was stating the obvious most of the time. Angeldust brought a bit more interesting perpective to the cast but i still liked the english stream somewhat more.
2014-08-03 11:19
yeah angeldust made a good job casting so that everyone can understand him, he was a lot like a real sports caster, he even used some "hockey terms" to help explaining some things during the game... i was entertained. I had to watch the finnish cast with a little smile on my face, since i can't really be so serious when listening them cast in finnish with finnish terms ;D
2014-08-03 11:58
#72
Finland XAF 
And if you're interesed, there was 72 000 people watching the grand final vai TV, yes, 70 000. :D twitter.com/yle_eurheilu/status/49629334..
2014-08-04 17:49
Holy fuck that is huge!
2014-08-04 17:58
HODOR, WP guys!
2014-08-03 00:14
HODOR! Fucking awesome guys. Congratz :)
2014-08-03 00:14
#8
France x453 
Nice wictory lol(on the title)
2014-08-03 00:15
Wp Guys you deserve it !;)
2014-08-03 00:15
GG, too bad that ENCORE had to jump straight to the final after long semifinal.
2014-08-03 00:17
#14
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United States y0rk 
Congratulations to myRevenge. Well deserved.
2014-08-03 00:18
gg myR <3
2014-08-03 00:20
#17
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Denmark dR_JaCkPoT 
Congratulations - pretty impressive taking their age into consideration.
2014-08-03 00:21
#29
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Finland NUCL3AR 
how old are they?
2014-08-03 00:54
#33
Finland XAF 
Kjaerbye is 16 mupzG is 15 AcilioN is 17 xanzir is 20 And Berry is 24
2014-08-03 01:03
Helppoja ihoja helppo elämä
2014-08-03 00:27
#19
arch | 
Ukraine arch 
gg
2014-08-03 00:31
unexpected, gj
2014-08-03 00:37
expected
2014-08-03 00:38
too bad you wasn't there,i'm wondering why. #Kappa
2014-08-03 01:09
Amazing game, even more amazing when i saw it live! Good game booooys
2014-08-03 00:41
#25
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Denmark w0lteX 
Really wp mupz & Kjaerbye! Xanzir was amazing with the awp on inferno as well!
2014-08-03 00:44
Cheater spotted
2014-08-03 00:50
#34
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Denmark w0lteX 
shh boosted newbie :)))
2014-08-03 01:03
+1
2014-08-03 01:11
:(((((((
2014-08-03 02:18
gg
2014-08-03 00:51
#40
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France Preyst1x 
wp mupzG and Kjaerbyeee ! :D
2014-08-03 04:41
haha in ur faces jerks go go go berry :P
2014-08-03 08:30
KHRN for president !
2014-08-03 08:30
Finnish teams cant even win a local event.. so bad.
2014-08-03 09:20
Partially true. Consider though, that ENCORE was a mix team so they haven't been playing together for long, even though they are friends and most likely have played somewhat casually together over the years.
2014-08-03 09:36
#51
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Denmark Sander 
And so what, we announced kjaerbye and xanzir 3 weeks ago and kjærbye wasn't even home from holiday at that time.
2014-08-03 10:47
Oh, didn't know that. I had never heard of myR prior to this tournament. Gz to them then :) All in all the CS scene in Finland is quite slow to develop. If you compare the scene to Sweden, it's pretty ridiculous that only just now for the first time ever (at least that i know of) CS was being broadcast on national tv. Also e-sports in general is considered a joke and not a real job so it doesn't attract that much sponsor money either, which would allow players to play full time. Then again I might be totally wrong, but that's the impression that I've got :)
2014-08-03 21:59
#70
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Denmark Sander 
It is former NO SIR if it has any interest :) hltv.org/news/12778-no-sir-add-kjaerbye-.. I don't really know what's up with the Finnish scene, the player base seems to be very strong, but ya, dno..
2014-08-03 23:09
#52
Denmark zyh 
There is no excuse of ENCORE not winning that final, in a matter of fact - I actually think that they now have a reason to pracc even harder, because something like this, can never happen when you have a homecrowd. All the credits to the young boys of myR, mupzG & Kjærbye once again showed that why they should be considered talents. Big congratulations mupz & kjærbye :-)
2014-08-03 10:53
+1 Only team that have changed only 1 player since the beginning of csgo is rctic. Yet they can barely win the mixteams in finland. They are tho all adults with job so they dont have so much time to practice csgo apart from "real-life", what ive heard. Theres loads of good players in finland. Unfortunately the mentality is to make team with good aimers only and stick together until they start struggling. At this point they should start working harder but most of them fold or start changing players which is basicly like starting over. Better just learn swedish and not to touch this toxic scene :~~D
2014-08-03 11:39
It was a Swedish team who took a local event in the US ;)))
2014-08-03 22:05
natu will be upset getting beaten by a lower ranked danish side
2014-08-03 11:00
BERRY needs to work on his english :D , or else let Markus Kthxbye talk to semmler next time :D , GRATZ THO , gl in future events
2014-08-03 11:31
can someone explain why encore very often would wait until there was very little time before attacking? that was very odd
2014-08-03 12:23
#76
Finland lume 
to avoid CT early rotate. CT's has to stay longer on their spots, It's much easier to attack with 5 man against 2 or 3 holding that site
2014-08-05 00:01
#61
essal | 
Denmark essal 
Kjaerbye is love Kjaerbye is life
2014-08-03 12:35
Nice too see the myR name winning a big tournament :) many teams have had that tag and non managed to do well...gj dk guys :D
2014-08-03 13:28
#63
mupzG | 
Denmark mupzG 
Gg wp guys!
2014-08-03 14:30
+1 you played so good
2014-08-03 14:32
#65
mupzG | 
Denmark mupzG 
Thanks mate! It means alot
2014-08-03 14:33
#77
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Finland joona 
wp! you seriously surprised by winning encore :D
2014-08-05 14:03
#66
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Europe midi 
WP Nostalgie
2014-08-03 18:17
not expected
2014-08-03 20:20
#71
plex | 
Finland plex 
someone needs to count how many times lurrpis said "yyup" while casting
2014-08-04 12:17
not expected
2014-08-04 17:58
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