HAVU qualify for DreamHack Open Rotterdam

HAVU secured a spot at DreamHack Open Rotterdam by beating GamerLegion 2-1 (16-7 Train, 12-16 Overpass, 16-12 Dust2) in the grand final of the Closed Qualifier.

The Finnish side took down pro100 and Heretics to reach the final of the European qualifier where GamerLegion, now playing with a fully-Swedish lineup, was waiting for them. The series started on Train, where HAVU's AWPer Lasse "⁠ZOREE⁠" Uronen had a stellar performance, helping his side to a dominant 11-4 T side half which was converted into a 16-7 victory.

ZOREE was crucial to HAVU's qualification

The action then moved to Overpass, where GamerLegion had a much more respectable showing. Tim "⁠nawwk⁠" Jonasson was leading the charge for the Swedes and GamerLegion was able to close out their map pick, 16-12. Finally, Dust2 was left to decide the matter of who is going to qualify for the $100,000 tournament in Netherlands.

HAVU kicked things off with a six-round streak as CT before GamerLegion bounced back to finish the half with nine in a row. However, ZOREE was activated on the offense once again and the Finnish side performed admirably as Terrorists to claim the map 16-12 and book their ticked for the upcoming DreamHack Open event.

 HAVU K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Finland Lasse 'ZOREE' UronenZOREE 77 - 43 +34 90.2 1.45
Finland Olli 'sLowi' PitkänensLowi 66 - 55 +11 88.9 1.24
Finland Eetu 'sAw' SahasAw 51 - 51 0 66.0 1.03
Finland Aaro 'hoody' Peltokangashoody 49 - 55 -6 74.4 1.01
Finland Joonas 'doto' Forssdoto 41 - 46 -5 65.8 0.97
 GamerLegion K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Sweden Alfred 'RuStY' KarlssonRuStY 59 - 56 +3 73.6 1.05
Sweden Tim 'nawwk' Jonassonnawwk 57 - 50 +7 69.0 1.05
Sweden Hampus 'hampus' Poserhampus 53 - 62 -9 81.9 1.01
Sweden William 'draken' Sundindraken 41 - 59 -18 68.2 0.87
Sweden Dennis 'dennis' Edmandennis 39 - 58 -19 59.3 0.76

The team list for DreamHack Open Rotterdam is now as follows:

Finland Lasse 'ZOREE' Uronen
Lasse 'ZOREE' Uronen
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1373
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.11
Sweden Tim 'nawwk' Jonasson
Tim 'nawwk' Jonasson
Age:
22
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
664
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.10
#2
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Finland Autisthicc
zore good player :)
2019-09-23 00:01
liekki lazze?
2019-09-23 03:30
best finnish team
2019-09-23 00:01
Are you stoned
2019-09-25 09:42
#4
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Argentina Chief02
xd
2019-09-23 00:02
RIP HAVU on LAN biggest onliners team, cant beat SJ on LAN but beating everyone online
2019-09-23 00:04
#10
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Romania Obuz8
+1
2019-09-23 00:07
Nobody can beat sj on lan
2019-09-23 00:31
#11
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Germany Flachzange
nice looking forward to see them play
2019-09-23 00:13
Ez for liekkilasse
2019-09-23 00:20
#13
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Finland Testo$ami
#EZ4WINLAND #HAVUJA
2019-09-23 00:20
HAVUJA PERKELE
2019-09-23 00:48
C9 invite #5?
2019-09-23 00:37
#16
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Brazil hugoooo
wtf is Besiktas doing here????
2019-09-23 00:37
they qualified thru some female tournament. pretty lame
2019-09-23 00:40
wtf :D
2019-09-23 00:48
i mean, lets see if they can actually do ok, it would be cool but unlikely
2019-09-23 00:58
#26
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Brazil hugoooo
We have seen plenty of times how it ends... a total shame
2019-09-23 01:54
#51
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Sweden DEFENSE!
No, we havent? Where have we ever seen a female team go up versus a male team in a serious LAN tournament? I have personally seen it like once.
2019-09-23 18:49
#52
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Brazil hugoooo
Oh so you think it will make any difference between playing vs males online and on lan? Because online women pro teams always get trashed not even by t4 male teams, but by complete unranked random dudes that don't even have a HLTV player page.
2019-09-23 19:58
#54
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Sweden DEFENSE!
Of course it makes a difference? Online and LAN are two different things if you havent noticed. Anything can happen in a bo1 online but on LAN is where it really matters.
2019-09-23 20:47
#57
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Brazil hugoooo
HAHAHA are you serious? That's exactly my point, on lan the chicks will have an even harder time!! Are you a girl by any chance?
2019-09-24 00:41
#59
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Sweden DEFENSE!
WHat do you mean thats your point? You said "we have seen plenty of time how it ends" which we havent, so thats what I responded to. I am not going to disagree with you that women have been thrashed online by men most times they have played official matches but it sounded in your original statement as if they had been thrashed on LAN several times, which has pretty much NEVER happened.
2019-09-24 20:22
#60
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Brazil hugoooo
I meant they got trashed several times in every time they played men (always online). The reason they never been trashed on lan is because they always lose to t6 male teams on the qualifiers. Now they had a female-only qualifier (lol) so we will be able to see the shame in their faces live, when they get destroyed by the Benelux qualifier winner.
2019-09-24 20:36
you can compare besiktas to an esea intermediate team, how do u think esea intermediate teams would do here?
2019-09-25 15:05
10 rounds total against a serious team in a bo3 would be insane. even better if they’re all rifle rounds.
2019-09-23 08:33
gl placing 2nd or 3rd every time is starting to become a joke
2019-09-23 00:52
epic
2019-09-23 00:57
#24
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Finland 0lter
zoree god
2019-09-23 01:02
Besiktas playing for real? GG
2019-09-23 02:05
#30
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United States MossSauce
HAVU #1 finland team
2019-09-23 04:36
+vp
2019-09-23 06:13
#32
faveN | 
Israel wetz
Ez4 havu
2019-09-23 06:38
#35
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Finland SininenMF
Lesss gouu!
2019-09-23 07:18
God zoree
2019-09-23 07:22
Are Finish AWPers so good because they practiced so much during the Winter War?
2019-09-23 08:25
#41
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Finland Teukkasd
yes
2019-09-23 08:42
Allu is possessed by the spirit of Simo Häyhä?
2019-09-23 18:35
yes
2019-09-23 22:26
#42
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Finland Vkims
LIEKKILASSE
2019-09-23 09:02
lets go Havu
2019-09-23 12:19
#49
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Kyrgyzstan Devilr0ck
Besiktas lul
2019-09-23 16:22
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