pow win ESWC China qualifier

pow are through to the ESWC finals after winning the Chinese qualifier following a 2-0 victory over Nface.GM (16-11 on de_cache, 16-13 on de_inferno)

The LAN Finals of the Chinese ESWC qualifiers took place from October 3-4 with the top four teams from the online phase in attendance. Besides the spot at the world finals later this month there were also approximately €4,000 up for grabs.

TyLoo, without a doubt the most decorated team in China, cut a frustrating figure in the qualifier as they came in third place following a 1-2 defeat against Ngface.GM in the Consolidation final.


KingZ's TyLoo finished third

Pow, who had topped the Upper Bracket, thus requiring to win only one best-of-three match to scoop the big prize, looked very strong in the Grand Final and disposed of Nface.GM on just two maps, picking up a 16-11 win on de_cache and a 16-13 success on de_inferno.

China
Matchpage
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4th October 2014
16
Cache
11
16
Inferno
13

 pow K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
China TianQi 'ed101' Haned101 51 - 31 +20 - 1.37
China Hui 'DD' WuDD 36 - 33 +3 - 1.02
China Quanqing 'qz' Wuqz 37 - 34 +3 - 1.01
China HaoWen 'somebody' Xusomebody 36 - 36 0 - 1.00
China NuoZhou 'Vgo' ZhangVgo 38 - 41 -3 - 0.93
 Nface.GM K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
China Wei 'Reaction' PengReaction 41 - 38 +3 - 1.10
China JunBen 'MoriartyS' LinMoriartyS 39 - 34 +5 - 1.06
China ZhiHong 'aumaN' LiuaumaN 38 - 40 -2 - 0.94
China Zhuo 'advent' Liangadvent 30 - 40 -10 - 0.77
China WeiJie 'zhokiNg' ZhongzhokiNg 27 - 46 -19 - 0.66

ESWC China 2014 final standings:

1. China Pow - €1,840 + ESWC spot
2. China Nface.GM - €1,225
3. China TyLoo - €615
4. China ZZCY - €365

Pow will attend the ESWC finals with:

China Hui "DD" Wu
China Quanqing "qz" Wu
China NuoZhou "Vgo" Zhang
China TianQi "ed101" Han
China HaoWen "somebody" Xu

China Quanqing 'qz' Wu
Quanqing 'qz' Wu
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
99
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.13
China Hui 'DD' Wu
Hui 'DD' Wu
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
781
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.16
China HaoWen 'somebody' Xu
HaoWen 'somebody' Xu
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
942
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
China TianQi 'ed101' Han
TianQi 'ed101' Han
Age:
31
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
244
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.15
China NuoZhou 'Vgo' Zhang
NuoZhou 'Vgo' Zhang
Age:
-
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
58
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.76
APR:
0.13
nice
2014-10-05 14:01
#3
suNny | 
Finland m1skaa 
TyLoo overrated
2014-10-05 14:01
No, its pow underestimated
2014-10-05 16:38
both
2014-10-05 17:07
+1
2014-10-05 19:32
Hui Wu - Best Hui worldwide
2014-10-05 14:02
#6
Vietnam N4M 
Hopefully we can finally see China compete with the top teams and can we please bring in that Vietnamese Team?
2014-10-05 14:03
Legends were good .
2014-10-05 14:30
#29
Vietnam N4M 
yee Legends, I wanna see if thats only between EAsia scene, or if they can actually play against TOP EU. That would be nice to see!
2014-10-05 14:39
I think they can beat low EU teams like dignitas/mouz/HR np!
2014-10-05 16:21
more like, dAT, XMG, ESC.
2014-10-05 16:29
#46
Vietnam N4M 
Dignitas n hr can rip legends a new asshole lol
2014-10-05 16:34
I'm not so sure. I would bet low on Chinese team
2014-10-05 16:36
#49
Vietnam N4M 
Still unknown, eu/na have more experience though but asians r crazy good at video games so who knows :P
2014-10-05 16:38
They've NEVER, been outstanding at Counter-Strike...They had advanced tactics on 1.6(koreans), but didn't manage to win all to'o much. That being said, I loved watching WMF games.
2014-10-05 16:42
#54
Vietnam N4M 
Like I said its still unknown. And each region has their own playstyles. I can see asian teams able to compete but thats gonna be a littlebit until they get acustomed to playing this new scene.
2014-10-05 16:58
You said asians are crazy good at games, you failed to say they've never been amazing at FPS games. That's all I've gotta say.
2014-10-05 17:00
#58
Vietnam N4M 
Ok? And are they not? Asians got math skills so they square root by the power of pi and easily find out the math value to aim shots. U know some koreans have easy brain muscle memory that they literally know the exact recoil of 30 bullets
2014-10-05 17:04
They've still never, been good at FPS games. Yes LunaticHAI won something, WMF did well. But they were never a Na`Vi, fnatic, SK, NiP, mTw. They were pretty much the same as emuLate.
2014-10-05 17:34
lol what is this bullshit.
2014-10-06 07:11
I meant pro paid teams only..
2014-10-05 16:35
Legends disband because of some shit betting
2014-10-06 09:26
Chinese style were always different from US/European style, will be interesting to watch. Good luck to them.
2014-10-05 14:04
#66
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China Ava1ondraGon 
I hope so. I think we are still learning from Eu style. I have to admit Chinese csgo is still much far behind the world.
2014-10-05 23:47
I remember CPL and 1.6 times when Lunatic-Hai were playing on a high level and if I remember correctly, their style were more agressive and fastern than European one. Bu that's the another game. :)
2014-10-06 10:42
#8
mason | 
Tunisia mason~ 
n1
2014-10-05 14:06
Was fun/frustrating to watch them play - while they had their own playstyle, pow & Nface was the closest to the European style.. Hope they can have a good showing at ESWC, qz is crazy!
2014-10-05 14:13
any vods availble?
2014-10-05 15:23
Yup, I only streamed the semifinals though (two BO3s), lots of delays and whatnot, so the VOD is around 8 hours, but the games are in there somewhere: twitch.tv/vendettacsgo/b/574344970
2014-10-05 15:36
No 7mer? :(
2014-10-05 14:13
#13
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Finland coswell 
Only €1,840 + ESWC spot? No travel or accomodation?
2014-10-05 14:21
RedDragon wil cover
2014-10-05 15:21
But do they have funds to get to France?
2014-10-05 14:21
They are applying for a visa actively.
2014-10-05 15:24
Are they backed by a large organisation or have rich parents? 5 flights from China - France and back must cost a lot.
2014-10-05 15:26
They sponsored by RedDragon and 5Eplay.com
2014-10-05 15:31
happy to hear that
2014-10-05 15:35
ex 1.6 pro DD back in buisness. gl GANKSTA BRO i hoped you finished your studys in sweden
2014-10-05 14:23
#42
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Greece her-1g 
i dont remember any pro called DD to be honest. the only chinese pro players with 2 letters were tb,wx,xf,tk,bb,zy,mo
2014-10-05 15:39
dd is qhz who played for TyLoo half years ago,dd and qz are brothers
2014-10-05 16:42
#55
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Greece her-1g 
even so, he was regarded as a professional player in 1.6
2014-10-05 16:59
#67
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China Ava1ondraGon 
you are right. dd and qz is kind of new player in China. Like most 1.6 famous player, they don't want to try csgo or don't want to be pro player in csgo, so a large number of new faces come out.
2014-10-05 23:50
#71
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Greece her-1g 
csgo needs to be bigger in asia. this is the only way for teams like tyloo, wnv and hacker-gaming to return in gaming
2014-10-06 02:06
#68
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China Ava1ondraGon 
Your ID is Zuo Si.
2014-10-05 23:51
N1
2014-10-05 14:26
I think they are more strong compare to Team Wolf from India. GO Pow!
2014-10-05 14:26
Indeed...! but it will be a good fight if they have a same group...!
2014-10-05 14:38
#19
arch | 
Ukraine arch 
Hui - n1
2014-10-05 14:31
ed101 sick player
2014-10-05 14:33
Good Luck guys!!
2014-10-05 14:38
gg they played very well, wonder how they will perform against EU teams
2014-10-05 14:49
Best team name evah
2014-10-05 14:51
It'll be interesting to see how they'll compete with top EU teams, good luck!
2014-10-05 15:01
#41
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Greece her-1g 
too bad i believed that storm will actually do good
2014-10-05 15:37
will be rekt hard by every team
2014-10-05 16:34
there are more of similar (or even lower level) teams than pow. E4US - Algeria Cipangu.GO - Japan KaBuM - Brazil Indian team Energy eSports - South Africa
2014-10-05 16:42
Who is on Cipangu? Is that the old integral?
2014-10-05 17:30
#65
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Brazil hugoooo 
Do you honestly think that the Brazilian tem is on the same level of those other teams?
2014-10-05 22:49
They will give the spot to Tyloo
2014-10-05 17:16
LOl they going get steam roll when it comes to ESWC.
2014-10-05 17:45
hope pow can go further
2014-10-06 10:08
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