Red Reserve, Windigo, Imperial, among top eight EU Minor qualifier teams
The second open qualifier for the Europe Minor reached it's last-eight stage last night, with several prominent teams still in the race for a spot.
The last eight squads of the second EU Minor open qualifier are:
DreamHack Winter qualifier winners x6tence Galaxy, French duo LDLC and Vitality, and Polish side AGO were some of the other big-name sides trying their luck in the second open bracket, but were all eliminated along the way.
Below is our full coverage of the second open qualifier for the European Minor for Katowice 2019 as it went down:
23:15 - All Round of 32 matches over
We are now down to the final 16 teams of the qualifier as all the Round of 32 matches have been played. You can now follow all the action on our match page as all of the clashes will be covered individually.
The top 16 teams of the qualifier are:
22:34 - Round of 16 about to start
The first Round of 16 matches are about to start. Follow all the action live by going here.
22:30 - Vitality stunned by Tempo Storm
22:20 - LeftOut lose battle of the mixes
21:30 - Round of 32 kicks off
The fifth round of the qualifier, the last one that we will be covering in this live post, has already started, with some mouth-watering clashes being played, which you can find below:
20:54 - Notable match-ups
20:27 - AGO eliminated
20:00 - Most favorites are prevailing, AGO in trouble
The favorites are on the right track in the second qualifier, as everyone who has finished their matches has made it to round three at the very least, with Valiance, Giants, Tempo Storm already through to round four.
18:59 - Notable round 2 match-ups; fox out
18:04 - bracket drawn, Chaos and x-kom out
17:11 - a mix of leftovers enters
A mix-team consisting of various free agents will also take part in the qualifier under the name "cats":
16:28 - Bpro to play with BrN
15:08 - LeftOut to play with kRYSTAL
Former Rogue player Kevin "kRYSTAL" Amend will be leading the LeftOut mix, which will feature five players from five different countries. The German has replaced Alexandre "xms" Forté, with whom LeftOut had played previously, which makes the full roster following: