The grand final kicked off on Train, which saw Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz and his men walk over Skyler "Relyks" Weaver and co., winning it 16-1 to take the series lead. The pair then landed on Mirage, where eUnited looked a much livelier side as they took a 10-5 lead at halftime. compLexity came back in the second half, but, in the end, Relyks and co. would even the series with a 16-14 map victory.
The decider then came down to Inferno. The two sides went back and forth through the first half, with compLexity eventually topping the 9-6 half as CTs. eUnited came out of the break with all guns blazing, but compLexity quickly put out that fire, securing the 16-10 map victory to seal their place at the MSI MGA Finals, joining the winners of the other regional qualifiers, Movistar Riders, AVANGAR, and 5POWER.
The MSI MGA Finals, which will be held as part of ESL One New York, on September 29-30, will feature a $60,000 prize pool and the following quartet of teams: