Lucid Dream finalize DreamHack Masters Dallas team list

Thai team Lucid Dream won the DreamHack Masters Dallas Asia qualifier over the likes of MVP PK, Absolute, and Beyond to secure the final slot at the $250,000 event.

With the Chinese qualifier being separate and the IEM Sydney qualifier taking place at the same time, MVP PK, ranked #37 at the moment, was the favorite to win the DreamHack Masters Dallas Asia qualifier and secure a slot at the final tournament.

However, the Korean side suffered a shocking defeat to Lucid Dream in the semi-final, losing Mirage 16-10 after an abysmal three-round CT side, before Lucid Dream ended the series on Nuke, 16-5.

On the other side of the bracket, Absolute was eliminated by Indonesian side BOOM—featuring Kevin "xccurate" Susanto's younger brother Jason "f0rsakeN" Susanto—, with BOOM then defeated in the semi-final by Beyond.

qqGOD and co. qualify for their first Big event

With an all-Thai grand final between Beyond and Lucid Dream set up, the action started on Dust2, Beyond's map pick. They took the early lead, 6-2, and ended the half strong, 10-5 as Terrorists. After switching to the CT side, they won the pistol and the two followups, and it seemed like Beyond had the first map wrapped up. However, Kitikawin "PTC" Rattanasukol's inspired performance brought Lucid Dream back from the dead and saw them win 11 consecutive rounds to claim Dust2 16-13.

Lucid Dream then brought over that momentum into the second map, Nuke, controlling the game start to finish. Thotsaphon "cbbk" Suphatthanaphalaphon was leading in the fragging department as they secured a 10-5 T-side lead, which they converted on confidently on the defense to claim a 16-6 map win and a spot at DreamHack Masters Dallas.

 Beyond K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Thailand Pakorn 'veta' Treeronaritveta 37 - 36 +1 81.9 1.05
Thailand Warittorn 'RoLEX' KalanukarnRoLEX 33 - 37 -4 81.6 0.95
Thailand Tosapol 'TOR' SaekowTOR 31 - 38 -7 76.4 0.95
Thailand Kitsada 'bnwGiggs' PookamroongbnwGiggs 31 - 45 -14 68.4 0.81
Thailand Chanawin 'JohnOlsen' NakchainJohnOlsen 25 - 35 -10 51.6 0.76
 Lucid Dream K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Thailand Kitikawin 'PTC' RattanasukolPTC 43 - 33 +10 89.2 1.37
Thailand Thotsaphon 'cbbk' Suphatthanaphalaphoncbbk 39 - 31 +8 83.1 1.24
Thailand Jirayu 'wannafly' Meesukwannafly 37 - 27 +10 68.0 1.19
Thailand Phoomphat 'qqGOD' PhodjanatqqGOD 38 - 33 +5 80.6 1.11
Thailand Kritthee 'Geniuss' SawatmuangGeniuss 34 - 35 -1 79.8 1.10

DreamHack Masters Dallas, which will take place on May 28 - June 2 and is a part of the Intel Grand Slam circuit, will have the following team in attendance:

Indonesia Jason 'f0rsakeN' Susanto
Jason 'f0rsakeN' Susanto
Age:
15
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
55
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.15
Thailand Thotsaphon 'cbbk' Suphatthanaphalaphon
Thotsaphon 'cbbk' Suphatthanaphalaphon
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
220
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.15
Thailand Kitikawin 'PTC' Rattanasukol
Kitikawin 'PTC' Rattanasukol
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
283
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.10
Indonesia Kevin 'xccurate' Susanto
Kevin 'xccurate' Susanto
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
491
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.10
Deserved!
2019-04-14 14:48
F5
2019-04-14 14:52
reported
2019-04-14 15:01
totally
2019-04-14 15:35
#73
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Finland Einst3in 
first thai team in big event ever?
2019-04-14 20:00
#2
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Poland nclme1ster 
Ez
2019-04-14 14:49
Wtf
2019-04-14 14:49
#4
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India pm_oldmonk 
Ok
2019-04-14 14:49
Ok.
2019-04-14 14:49
ITS TO THE POINT WHEN I LOVE AND I HATE YOU
2019-04-14 14:49
#19
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Netherlands Xexer 
And i cannot change you so i must replace you ooh
2019-04-14 14:53
Easier said than done
2019-04-14 15:08
#37
D0cC | 
Netherlands Dat_Boi69 
I thought you were the one
2019-04-14 15:14
Spolih uh moonligh uh
2019-04-14 15:16
#41
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Netherlands Xexer 
you fucked it up
2019-04-14 15:22
#66
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Poland KasPro 
Hhaahhaa
2019-04-14 18:14
Listening to my heart instead of my head
2019-04-14 15:23
#47
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Netherlands Xexer 
you found another one but im the better one
2019-04-14 15:24
#48
CeRq | 
Bulgaria And1n1 
i won't let you forget me
2019-04-14 15:26
#51
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Indonesia Joji6661 
i still see your shadows in my room
2019-04-14 15:35
can't take back the love that i gave you
2019-04-14 15:57
Fucked you in my washroom
2019-04-14 16:12
lick your ass while im eating mushroom
2019-04-14 16:13
#70
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United States WashamGaming 
Easier said then done
2019-04-14 18:36
#71
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United States KylieJenner 
its to the point where i love and i hate you
2019-04-14 18:42
#75
CeRq | 
Bulgaria And1n1 
and i cannot change you so i must replace you ooh
2019-04-14 21:09
#7
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Tunisia darkoplax 
G2 vs Vitality Finals , mark my words Kappa
2019-04-14 14:49
Marked kappa
2019-04-14 14:50
#13
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United Kingdom Crypt1cSV 
would be vary nice men 😎
2019-04-14 14:51
Who?
2019-04-14 14:49
#18
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Netherlands Xexer 
I still see your shadows in my room
2019-04-14 14:52
Wait what
2019-04-14 14:49
#11
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Poland crouzzz 
ez for pakistan
2019-04-14 14:50
Nice to see more new teams. Atleast new for me, its more interesting and they can gain experience
2019-04-14 14:50
I HAVE THIS LUCID DREAMS...
2019-04-14 14:51
#81
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Thailand MAced 
WHERE I CANT MOVE A THING
2019-04-15 01:58
Who
2019-04-14 14:52
#17
ZywOo | 
Slovakia NyKnight 
GOGO
2019-04-14 14:52
Even worse than panda gaming lol I agree Asia should get one or two spot, but spliting spots among sub-regions is not appropriate. If two spots are intended to distribute to Asia, then organiser can just hold one Asia qualifier and mix all Asian teams.
2019-04-14 14:54
MVP without solo Lmao
2019-04-14 14:54
#31
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Latvia 00000002 
So maybe mix CIS with CN then? :) and let the teams play on Mongolian servers? Your comment is retarded, you know by heart that china and rest of Asia is like black and white, those are completly different cultures and countries. I find it awesome that the qualifiers are splitted. Thai team played really good cs.
2019-04-14 15:06
You braindead even know nothing about Asian scene lmao. Asian CS is always as a whole since 2014. Before China has 5ewin and B5esports (domestic version of faceit), Chinese players were all playing on Singapore server with other Asians. Even now a number of Chinese players are still playing on Asian server for cleaner environment. In addition, most competitions are held for all Asian teams, and qualifiers are for whole Asian area rather than for single countries. We do have "China qualifier", but it usually functions as sub-qualifier of Asian qualifier of the main event.
2019-04-14 15:23
#42
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Latvia 00000002 
Do you really think that team like Panda would win against MVP or Thai teams? No lol. Savage is shit, loook at him how he plays.
2019-04-14 15:23
No more comments on Asian scene? Lmao
2019-04-14 15:24
#79
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Latvia 00000002 
Was at work no point to reply you, our opinions differ
2019-04-15 01:29
#63
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Montenegro Jimase 
yes, panda can win against all major teams in Asian, do you realize they were CyberZen right ? prob top 3 in China with Tyloo and Vici. CyberZen was one of the best teams China has to offer, now panda. you are fucking wrong, fucking latvian, what are you gonna know about csgo lmao
2019-04-14 18:07
#78
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Latvia 00000002 
Well I pretty much follow Asian scene everyday and I have watched plenty of demos. Team like Panda wouldn't win against Ignis/Gosu/Beyond/Entity or w/e you little 18yo garbage. Stop trying to be smart if you are like 1800 elo player and the only thing what you watch from Asian CS is TyLoo in Big tournaments. Retard
2019-04-15 01:28
#85
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Montenegro Jimase 
hahaha sure kiddo whatever makes you feel okay, but you still wrong.
2019-04-15 06:52
#67
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Oceania Rusuli 
You clearly don't understand the connection issues involved. For example, Mongolian teams commonly are forced to forfeit due to internet problems even on local servers. The distances involved in Asia, and the poor infrastructure involved, make multi-region qualifiers such as CIS-CN stupid and impossible to make fair.
2019-04-14 18:16
no wayyyyyyyyyy
2019-04-14 14:54
This just says it all about asia qualifiers. None of the asia teams are good :DD Tyloo is the only one decent
2019-04-14 14:55
#28
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Brazil ragemasterBR 
+1
2019-04-14 14:59
#32
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Latvia 00000002 
How stupid are you?
2019-04-14 15:06
Go to that qualifier and tell me which of those teams are at least decent?
2019-04-14 15:26
#80
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Latvia 00000002 
Ignis, Beyond, Absolute ->MVP<- Lucid Dream.
2019-04-15 01:30
#82
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Indonesia Joji6661 
Absolute and MVP kinda fell in 2019
2019-04-15 02:00
#68
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Oceania Rusuli 
At least wait to see their result at the event.
2019-04-14 18:17
#24
Davidp | 
Sweden meistr0 
Cool! Fun to see "new" teams at events! GL.
2019-04-14 14:55
As if they will get visa, lol
2019-04-14 14:57
#26
shox | 
India iejesus 
nice
2019-04-14 14:58
#27
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Brazil ragemasterBR 
Easy for Liquid or ENCE
2019-04-14 14:58
easy4furia
2019-04-14 15:01
I still see your shadows in my room
2019-04-14 15:07
Ez 4 traps
2019-04-14 15:12
ez 4 I HAVE THESE LUCID DREAMS
2019-04-14 15:19
no names who are trash last place inc
2019-04-14 15:23
EZ 4 Thotsaphon Suphatthanaphalaphon
2019-04-14 15:23
#58
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Argentina Fa7e07 
LMAO
2019-04-14 16:28
#74
ropz | 
Argentina rawe1337 
I was going to comment that lmao Ez for Thotsaphon "cbbk" Suphatthanaphalaphon
2019-04-14 20:31
#52
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Spain Dicraftio 
F0rsaken brother of xcurate wait
2019-04-14 15:53
#83
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Indonesia Joji6661 
Lol different forsaken
2019-04-15 02:02
#84
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Thailand MAced 
I had the same reaction bro. G0dsaken only 15 aswell
2019-04-15 02:03
#54
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United States @FyreCS 
So disappointed in MVP, like wtf, it was EZ! MVP top 15 soon btw!
2019-04-14 16:07
Oh boi
2019-04-14 16:21
#59
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African Union mikecool 
Well deserved Thai csgo poggers
2019-04-14 16:32
#60
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Thailand sczmeister 
ez 4 thai boys
2019-04-14 16:37
I thought MVP PK would have this one, good luck to the thais tho
2019-04-14 17:43
ez for Thotsaphon "cbbk" Suphatthanaphalaphon
2019-04-14 17:50
it would be a lucid dream for these guys to win
2019-04-14 18:07
Looking forward to this tournament!
2019-04-14 18:11
#69
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Brazil CaioOlive 
if you ask me, that does not look like a dh masters event. More like dh open with 16 teams lul
2019-04-14 18:17
#76
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Germany grabke 
yes !!! Just too many events
2019-04-14 22:50
lol, 7 top 10 teams, find me such dh open event ty, in rio there isn't even one top 10 team which seems common in dh open these days :...
2019-04-16 09:02
#72
JaCkz | 
United States Bochanka 
Excited for this event!
2019-04-14 19:25
#77
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United States KpleeZy 
ez for Juice WRLD
2019-04-14 23:51
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