Asia Minor group stage finalized
The PGL KeSPA Asia Minor's group stage has come to an end with both Australian and Chinese teams making it through to the double-elimination, best-of-three playoffs.
The first day in Seoul, South Korea, has seen the entirity of groups played out, starting with best-of-one's in the initial round and losers' matches.
Both best-of-one rounds of the group stage was played out in a very one-sided fashion—while not much was expected from either of the Korean teams, both of whom went out in last place, Immunity made light work of VG.CyberZen in a 16-2 match on Train.
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TheMongolz's and the aforementioned Australians' winners' match of Group A ended up going down to the wire, with the former taking Dust2 quite comfortably before Immunity won both Cache and Overpass in overtimes.
Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill's team proved to be quite hard to finish off on map one despite a big lead from the Chinese, but map two was the most one-sided encounter so far at the Minor, as Renegades fell to the decider after only getting one round.
The Australian squad was happy to run away with nine rounds as CT and a strong Terrorist-side showing on Cobble, but Mirage wasn't quite as convincing as the United Arab Emirates side was able to take their opponents to the maximum.