mouz, nV advance at Gfinity Summer

mousesports and EnVyUs move on to the winner's match of Group B at the Gfinity Summer Masters I after winning matches against Virtus.pro and Cloud9, respectively.

The first day of Gfinity Summer Masters I saw its action commence early with Group A matches that saw NiP and dignitas advance to the Group A winner's match.

Group B kicked off with the Poles of Virtus.pro taking on mousesports. It would be no exaggeration to say that many favoured Virtus.pro to take the win—considering the two teams' head-to-head offline records—and advance to the winner's match of the GSL format group stage.

However, any such expectations of an easy game were dispelled when mousesports, led by the fragging of Dutchman Chris "chrisJ" de Jong, took the first map of de_cbble into overtime. In overtime, mouz narrowly edged out a win on the first map, 22-20.


chrisJ was undoubtedly the man-of-the-match for mousesports 

Perhaps even more surprisingly, the primarily German team emerged even stronger on de_cache and after a strong CT side, the team closed the map with a 5-1 T side. mousesports therefore sealed the map with a win of 16-5 and took the series in a 2-0 upset.

 mousesports K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
Netherlands Chris 'chrisJ' de JongchrisJ 58 - 33 +25 - 1.38
Germany Timo 'Spiidi' RichterSpiidi 50 - 39 +11 - 1.16
Germany Denis 'denis' Howelldenis 44 - 43 +1 - 1.04
Germany Johannes 'nex' Magetnex 51 - 45 +6 - 1.03
Germany Fatih 'gob b' Dayikgob b 40 - 38 +2 - 0.98
 Virtus.pro K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
Poland Filip 'NEO' KubskiNEO 50 - 44 +6 - 1.20
Poland Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' JarząbkowskipashaBiceps 43 - 46 -3 - 0.99
Poland Paweł 'byali' Bielińskibyali 41 - 48 -7 - 0.90
Poland Janusz 'Snax' PogorzelskiSnax 34 - 52 -18 - 0.68
Poland Wiktor 'TaZ' WojtasTaZ 30 - 53 -23 - 0.61

The final match of the day featured Cloud9 taking on EnVyUs: both teams whose cores have a history of playing each other to close matches.

The North American team brought the match over in their favour at first, forcing de_train to overtime. EnVyUs, who are not known for their experience on train, eventually fell in the first map, with Cloud9 winning 19-16.

de_inferno was a total whitewash for the French squad as they followed up a 13-2 CT half with a clean early T side, winning 16-2. With de_cache the third and final map, Cloud9 tried to rally; yet, the Frenchmen were too strong, and Richard "shox" Papillon and his men took the map with a score of 16-12, winning the series 2-1.

Matchpage
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1
26th June 2015
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Train
19
16
Inferno
2
16
Cache
12

 Envy K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
France Nathan 'NBK-' SchmittNBK- 63 - 51 +12 - 1.15
France Fabien 'kioShiMa' FieykioShiMa 63 - 53 +10 - 1.13
France Richard 'shox' Papillonshox 62 - 51 +11 - 1.10
France Vincent 'Happy' SchopenhauerHappy 58 - 52 +6 - 1.08
France Edouard 'SmithZz' DubourdeauxSmithZz 57 - 50 +7 - 1.05
 Cloud9 K - D +/- ADR Rating 1.0
Canada Mike 'shroud' Grzesiekshroud 68 - 60 +8 - 1.16
United States Tyler 'Skadoodle' LathamSkadoodle 62 - 55 +7 - 1.09
United States Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbertn0thing 53 - 62 -9 - 0.86
United States Sean 'seang@res' Garesseang@res 45 - 56 -11 - 0.79
United States Ryan 'freakazoid' Abadirfreakazoid 29 - 70 -41 - 0.47

Day two of Gfinity Summer Masters I kicks off at 13:00 with dignitas taking on NiP and SK dueling Titan.

France Richard 'shox' Papillon
Richard 'shox' Papillon
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Netherlands Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1504
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.11
n1
2015-06-27 01:16
chrisJ!!!!
2015-06-27 01:19
NBKing -EZ-
2015-06-27 01:26
Kick freakazoid
2015-06-27 10:35
C9 about to go out in groups again..
2015-06-27 01:16
#47
ZywOo | 
France Puppet* 
At least they know why the lost.
2015-06-27 03:27
-41 holy
2015-06-27 01:16
n1
2015-06-27 01:16
#5
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Sweden Donger89 
VP Fans PJSalt
2015-06-27 01:17
dw m8, we'll bounce back
2015-06-27 01:35
#67
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Sweden Donger89 
hope so
2015-06-27 10:48
i told u m8
2015-06-27 16:44
freakazoid :S
2015-06-27 01:17
#7
United States enrgy 
oh freak, :( it's gonna be a shahzam incident all over again
2015-06-27 01:17
well, it was quite a risky move going with him in the first place.
2015-06-27 02:13
Shroud is a fucking beast.
2015-06-27 01:17
gogo mouz
2015-06-27 01:19
Ouch freakazoid hopefully does better tomorrow
2015-06-27 01:19
freakazoid new sgares of c9
2015-06-27 01:19
lanJ confirmed
2015-06-27 01:19
#15
zehN | 
Finland ludiMacak 
freakazoid so bad
2015-06-27 01:19
#16
Switzerland ccJJ 
1.38 Rating, sick OnlanJ
2015-06-27 01:20
Freak did worse than Sean jeez
2015-06-27 01:20
Funny with all these upsets when the group stage is a BO3 format. EDIT: Freakazoid 29-70? Holy shit, maybe pick up the mouse some more for practicing instead of some dumbbells..
2015-06-27 01:22
Just kick fREAK
2015-06-27 01:21
Lucky mousesports. fREAKAZOiD is really bad, shame on you. Change him unless you want to suck all the time like always.
2015-06-27 01:21
mousesports played better in this match. no luck at all. stop hating.
2015-06-27 01:26
Lucky? mouz simply was the better team this time.
2015-06-27 01:28
It's VP who was playing really bad, not mousesports who was playing really good. You can clearly see it in cbble and those clutches. That hype over mousesports for nothing is funny.
2015-06-27 01:58
what hype are you talking about? they took out a top4 team 2-0, including a 16-5 on cache. it's a great success for them and, regarding its their first offline event with this lineup, gives hope for the future. nobody would pick them as a serious contender to win the whole thing. its just a great success, nothing more. youre over damatising things right here, because(for whatever reason) you are mad about the result.
2015-06-27 02:15
h o w m u c h o w m u c h
2015-06-27 12:32
How much?
2015-06-27 10:32
ROFL FREAK HAAHHA
2015-06-27 01:25
lansports !!
2015-06-27 01:26
ez4kkbaasJ poor freak
2015-06-27 01:28
Mouz is love Mouz is life <3 LanJ <3
2015-06-27 01:28
gg
2015-06-27 01:29
-41 that is quite poor...
2015-06-27 01:32
omg freak ahahah never seen such a bad performance
2015-06-27 01:35
;] now it's for baby's rly... :D ur fanboy's dont deserved to be used by poor trool's like last week's ... i hope if ur world and game will be added or just nobody shit on ur server's stream's ... and e-sport...
2015-06-27 01:38
Can someone translate this?
2015-06-27 01:45
#36
Canada jKr` 
I don't know what "LANGUAGE" you speak. But hltv.org is "English" only.
2015-06-27 01:48
mind if I add this to a poem I'm writing?
2015-06-27 02:03
3muchalcohol5u?
2015-06-27 10:51
Now they just need a more experienced player instead of freakazoid
2015-06-27 01:42
lanJ
2015-06-27 01:51
mouz ez on lan, gg haters :D
2015-06-27 01:52
29 frags in 81 rounds. o_O
2015-06-27 01:53
29-70 nvr forget
2015-06-27 01:54
Freak got caught on a lot of gimmicks which ended up costing C9 quite a few rounds. He's a good aimer but he needs to be more tactically aware.
2015-06-27 02:12
watching freak was so bad to witness, his game sense is no where, remember on cache when he pushes b and has all the info in the world that there is no one mid or b, insted of holding a good angel allowing only 1 person on b and 3 on a, he just walks into no mans land, gets insta killed which happened countless amount of times. He never learned and this "confidence" man can be as confident as he wants but that's going to get him no where without game sense.
2015-06-27 03:45
shroud still overrated and online pugmaster?
2015-06-27 03:57
if they still had niko..... they would have just dominated
2015-06-27 04:52
#52
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Germany Chris Walker 
Don't think so, 11 t rounds are quite impressive and I doubt this would have happened with worse communication
2015-06-27 05:18
Yeah thats why hes a sub, mouz changes from english to German only.
2015-06-27 05:19
freak had 0 success on entry fragging
2015-06-27 05:02
FReakazoid, FRiberg. I see a pattern. #howtospotbadentryfraggers
2015-06-27 09:36
did you watch nip vs sk?
2015-06-27 10:25
Friday evening and you ask if I stayed at home and watch cs? too many nolifers on here. even if he played well in that match, one good game doesn't make him a good entryfragger overall. Take a good look at the last three months. People have to stop drawing conclusions so early.
2015-06-27 10:28
Okay mr. troll i dont even start to argue with you.
2015-06-27 10:31
I wasn't even trolling. btw if you seriously rather watch cs in the evening of weekends, I pity you.
2015-06-27 10:33
You know there is vod avaible almost every pro match what has been played, I only watched pistol round when it was live and then had to go to work, and now at while drinking morning coffee watched the vod :) But srsly you are on hltv so what do you expect from people, not looking for matches? :D
2015-06-27 10:40
Coffee with a nice god morgen joghurt i hope. skogsbær is the shit. damn, i miss that stuff. of any match? I actually didn't know that. where do you find them? I'm glad friberg could step it up again, don't get me wrong. I'm just sceptical if that was only a fluke. I hope he keeps on playing on that level, if he really played as good as you imply.
2015-06-27 10:46
freakazoid -41 and 0.47 rating are you fucking kidding me?? That is shockingly bad
2015-06-27 06:19
#55
Pieter | 
Netherlands Grifte 
Well done Mouz LanJ, hltv confirmed
2015-06-27 09:25
freakazoid pulling some fifflaren level stats there
2015-06-27 11:21
anybody know why freakazoid is even in c9?
2015-06-27 12:01
29-70 #neverforget
2015-06-27 12:14
ChrisJ=LanJ all along but old teammates held him back?
2015-06-28 00:35
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