Flash win eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals 2017

eZlo
October 22nd, 2017 18:09

Flash have been crowned the eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals 2017 champions after beating Eclipse 2-1.

The grand final of the Chinese event pitted Flash against Eclipse after the duo defeated Kings and ViCi, respectively, in the semi-final stage of the competition, with both matches going to three maps.

The title decider began on Inferno, Flash's map pick, with Andrew "kaze" Khong and co. taking control of proceedings from the get-go as they cruised to an 11-2 lead on the CT side. Eclipse still managed to bag the final two rounds of the half, but Flash further increased their lead by taking the pistol round and the subsequent anti-ecos.

A four-round streak still gave Eclipse some hop as they brought the scoreline to 14-8, but one final push from the Terrorists gave them the two rounds they needed to close out the map.

kaze was one of the main players for Flash

Cobblestone was a completely different story. Flash could not string more than two rounds together throughout the half as they found it very hard to break through Eclipse's defense, with the half ending in a 10-5 scoreline. 

YangYang "ayaya" Zheng & co. picked up where they had left off and piled even more pressure on Flash by winning the first three rounds of the second half. The CTs still tried to get back into the game, but eventually Eclipse locked down the map, 16-8, to take the series to a third map.

On Train, the decider map, Flash got off to a blazing fast start as they took the first seven rounds of the game. Eclipse then finally managed to get a couple of rounds on the board, but they were still limited to four rounds at the end of the half. 

Eclipse kept themselves in the game by taking the first three rounds of the second half, but one Flash bought up it was all over as YuanZhang "AttackeR" Sheng's men secured five rounds straight en-route to a 16-7 finish.

Matchpage
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1
22nd October 2017
16
Inferno
9
16
Train
7

 Flash K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Malaysia Andrew 'kaze' Khongkaze 55 - 44 +11 80.1 1.20
China YuLun 'Summer' CaiSummer 53 - 44 +9 87.1 1.19
China YuanZhang 'AttackeR' ShengAttackeR 57 - 45 +12 80.4 1.19
China QiFang 'Karsa' SuKarsa 49 - 48 +1 70.2 1.02
China KunHua 'LOVEYY' BaiLOVEYY 41 - 50 -9 67.0 0.89
 Eclipse K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
China YangYang 'ayaya' Zhengayaya 67 - 55 +12 106.4 1.39
China Wei 'shuadapai' Wangshuadapai 46 - 45 +1 79.2 1.05
China Lei 'bottle' Maobottle 46 - 51 -5 67.6 0.90
China TianQi 'ed101' Haned101 40 - 53 -13 55.1 0.77
China LiKan 'ryk' Luoryk 32 - 51 -19 48.5 0.70

Below you can find the full prize-pool breakdown of the $100,000 tournament:

1. China Flash - $40,000
2. China Eclipse - $20,000
3-4. Australia Kings - $8,000
3-4. China ViCi - $8,000
5-8. Singapore BOOT-d[S] - $4,000
5-8. Japan SCARZ Absolute - $4,000
5-8. Thailand Beyond - $4,000
5-8. United Arab Emirates NASR - $4,000
9-12. Indonesia Recca - $1,000
9-12. India Entity - $1,000
9-12. Mongolia KhARUM - $1,000
9-12. Malaysia Fire Dragoon - $1,000
13-15. Philippines Mineski - $1,000
13-15. Vietnam UTM - $1,000
13-15. Taiwan Talon - $1,000

China YuanZhang 'AttackeR' Sheng
YuanZhang 'AttackeR' Sheng
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
692
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.15
China YangYang 'ayaya' Zheng
YangYang 'ayaya' Zheng
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
349
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.14
Malaysia Andrew 'kaze' Khong
Andrew 'kaze' Khong
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.19
Maps played:
392
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.13
#1
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Poland cGev 
Asia league = best league
2017-10-22 18:10
#8
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Mexico xPeke 
its veri gud congratulazionz fancy very fancy IM SO FANCYYYYYYYYYYYYY, AND YOU ALREADY KNOOOOW
2017-10-22 18:12
Confirmed
2017-10-22 18:11
#27
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United States Optimus_Bait 
Thats like saying G2 = best team, u know its bullshit
2017-10-23 10:18
#28
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Poland cGev 
That's not
2017-10-23 10:19
#30
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United States Optimus_Bait 
haha french dickrider get a life
2017-10-23 10:20
expected
2017-10-22 18:10
boi
2017-10-22 18:10
ez
2017-10-22 18:10
kaze to FaZe confirmed
2017-10-22 18:11
#16
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Netherlands ImKuru 
Plz no
2017-10-22 18:16
No, FaZe already bought out his contract
2017-10-22 18:20
#6
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Ukraine vrbcs 
n1
2017-10-22 18:10
I feel like Flash have a chance at major.
2017-10-22 18:10
If they qualify of course.
2017-10-22 18:11
#9
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Lithuania Ren63 
nice1
2017-10-22 18:10
Summer <3
2017-10-22 18:10
#13
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India nicebaitm8 
GL flash. In main land china flash > tyloo.
2017-10-22 18:11
#14
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Sweden historia 
expected
2017-10-22 18:11
#15
XeqtR | 
Hong Kong wqnxy1 
ez for fancy
2017-10-22 18:15
AttackeR aka best player in asia
2017-10-22 18:25
BnTeT and fancy1>Attacker
2017-10-22 18:42
BnTeT is polish
2017-10-22 18:46
Xccurate and f0rsaken brothers from Poland But BnTeT from Morroca
2017-10-22 18:48
lol what a joke.. im polish btw
2017-10-23 10:19
#22
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China RoyZhang 
fg > tyloo 2016's Tyloo nerver back .....
2017-10-22 18:56
#23
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United States Phamous3k 
Vert enjoyable games... Kings v Flash showed some stellar plays especially on Flash side. Looking forward to there growth. China scene taking over.
2017-10-22 19:16
#24
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Serbia Removekebab13 
Ayaya to faze
2017-10-22 19:21
#25
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China Flash_kaze 
Congratz to flash for their first LAN championship
2017-10-23 04:09
n1 frash
2017-10-23 05:00
well atleast nasr made it to top 8
2017-10-23 22:22
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