WESG EU & CIS group stage over
The WESG EU & CIS Finals' group stage came to an end with four teams securing their place in quarter-finals and thus the Global Finals, while second and third-placed teams will fight for four spots at the $1.5 million event.
.Russia topped the group with three wins and a loss, while .Norway had to settle for second despite the same record (as they lost to Dmitry "hooch" Bogdanov's team). With wins over the bottom two teams, Guerilla Method and Bpro, Virtus.pro redeemed themselves and finished third.
Kjaerbye has to put his money where his mouth is
With that group coming to a close, all playoffs teams have been determined, as four teams (Kinguin, Envy, .Russia and Dignitas) advanced directly to quarter-finals and secured their place at WESG Global Finals in China.
These are the teams who are locked in for the $1.5 million finals:
The remaining eight teams have been placed in the relegation matches, whose winners will go on to grab the other four spots coming from the Europe & CIS region:
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For tomorrow's full schedule and bracket, head over to the event page.