Grayhound win OMEN Challenger Series

Grayhound came out on top of the OMEN Challenger Series after beating Alpha Red in the grand final of the Indonesian tournament.

The $50,000 event took place in Jakarta, Indonesia, over the course of the last three days, with teams mainly from the Southeast Asian region in attendance alongside Grayhound and representatives from Japan, Korea, China, and the UAE.

It began with a best-of-two, round-robin group stage featuring six teams each, which saw Alpha Red come out on top ahead of Absolute with a perfect record in Group A, while Grayhound and Philippine side Bren advanced from Group B.

Grayhound clinched the regional title in Indonesia despite a commendable comeback attempt from Alpha Red on Overpass

Ollie "DickStacy" Tierney's squad and Peeratch "Olivia" Ingkudanonda & co. faced fierce opposition in the semi-finals, but both favorites came out on top, in the end, before meeting in the title decider.

There, Alpha Red surprised the Australian team on the opening map, Inferno, but a stellar performance from Simon "Sico" Williams helped equalize the series before the Christopher "dexter" Nong-led squad came out victorious on a closely-contested Overpass spearheaded by Joshua "INS" Potter, securing first place and a cheque worth $20,000.

Matchpage
2
1
3rd November 2019
13
Inferno
16
16
Dust2
3
16
Overpass
14
 Grayhound K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Australia Joshua 'INS' PotterINS 66 - 54 +12 95.8 1.32
Australia Christopher 'dexter' Nongdexter 65 - 47 +18 85.5 1.30
New Zealand Simon 'Sico' WilliamsSico 53 - 41 +12 68.8 1.17
Australia Liam 'malta' Schembrimalta 49 - 53 -4 73.9 1.04
Australia Ollie 'DickStacy' TierneyDickStacy 51 - 51 0 67.8 1.02
 Alpha Red K - D +/- ADR Rating 2.0
Thailand Anupong 'stk' Mueangngamstk 59 - 57 +2 75.1 1.04
Thailand Krit 'Kntz' ChaiprasitKntz 58 - 59 -1 79.8 1.04
Thailand Maitri 'MAIROLLS' SukrobMAIROLLS 48 - 56 -8 69.7 0.90
Thailand Itthirit 'foxz' Ngamsaardfoxz 42 - 58 -16 64.4 0.88
Thailand Peeratch 'Olivia' IngkudanondaOlivia 39 - 54 -15 54.6 0.81

The final standings of the OMEN Challenger Series look as follows:

1. Australia Grayhound - $20,000
2. Thailand Alpha Red - $10,000
3-4. Philippines Bren - $4,000
3-4. Japan Absolute - $4,000
5-6. United Arab Emirates NASR - $2,000
5-6. Indonesia BOOM - $2,000
7-8. Malaysia FrostFire - $2,000
7-8. Indonesia Syntax - $2,000
9-10. Singapore LaZe - $1,000
9-10. China Let's Quit - $1,000
11-12. Korea ikarus - $1,000
11-12. Taiwan ahq - $1,000

Australia Joshua 'INS' Potter
Joshua 'INS' Potter
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
675
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.17
Thailand Peeratch 'Olivia' Ingkudanonda
Peeratch 'Olivia' Ingkudanonda
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
457
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.11
Australia Ollie 'DickStacy' Tierney
Ollie 'DickStacy' Tierney
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
611
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
New Zealand Simon 'Sico' Williams
Simon 'Sico' Williams
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.18
Maps played:
631
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.59
APR:
0.14
Australia Christopher 'dexter' Nong
Christopher 'dexter' Nong
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.14
Maps played:
633
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
wp!
2019-11-03 13:30
t2 team destroys t5 teams, easy $20.000
2019-11-03 13:33
+1
2019-11-03 13:34
anluko ahq
2019-11-03 13:36
#57
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Russia GramDEL 
Who cars mens)))
2019-11-03 22:49
+1
2019-11-03 13:35
#28
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Thailand beam2546 
Yeah 14-14 and dexter won 1v3.
2019-11-03 13:41
#41
BnTeT | 
China dem0Ns 
QUOTE_IF_ZEUS_GETS_KILL?
2019-11-03 14:14
+1
2019-11-03 14:31
#50
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Europe chespiZ 
Gray ez top 1 in NA
2019-11-03 15:25
lol
2019-11-03 15:39
they lost way too many maps here...
2019-11-03 13:34
#2
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Israel Rea77y 
dammit wiffed by a second lol
2019-11-03 13:31
#4
jhd | 
Finland JHdash77 
Gg
2019-11-03 13:31
#5
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Australia JoN1CSGO 
YTH
2019-11-03 13:31
Dickstacy in dick lvl game
2019-11-03 14:45
#6
xccurate | 
Indonesia k1yo_ 
Expected
2019-11-03 13:31
#7
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Australia WombatAU 
nice mens
2019-11-03 13:31
Dexter with the 20k clutch in the 29th round of overpass, mans a god
2019-11-03 13:32
+1, im in the even rn im so glad grayhound win
2019-11-03 13:35
#9
It's my | 
Europe R2D2s 
expected
2019-11-03 13:33
Haha ofc win When Alpa lose 3vs1 and one round vs pistols
2019-11-03 13:33
#30
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Thailand beam2546 
This
2019-11-03 13:42
Wait what when
2019-11-03 13:33
#13
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Germany zwet 
Will they have a cup in the team profile?
2019-11-03 13:34
#35
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Netherlands bringithome 
+1
2019-11-03 14:04
tier 1990148099
2019-11-03 13:34
Blast pro series Asia version Lmao
2019-11-03 13:35
#26
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Australia |bruh| 
+1 but at least they have overtime in their bo2 format lmao
2019-11-03 13:40
Couldn't agree more
2019-11-03 13:43
God Sexter, ThiccStacy, INSane, wallta and Sico Mode
2019-11-03 13:37
#22
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Netherlands itsm 
Dexter with the 1v3 in the 29th round won em this
2019-11-03 13:37
#23
jks | 
Australia Incuban 
Some shaky form by the hounds on Overpass, usually a map they're strong on. Got some serious work to do with their post-plant.
2019-11-03 13:38
#29
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Australia opzy 
They beat vitality on ovp easier than alphared
2019-11-03 13:41
And faze aswell
2019-11-03 14:10
#24
ZywOo | 
Netherlands RNfL_17 
dexter the saver of GH
2019-11-03 13:39
i guessed laze win )))))
2019-11-03 13:39
#27
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Australia |bruh| 
Sexter with the 1v3 to bag them the extra 10G love to see it
2019-11-03 13:40
#31
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World Beard43 
Got em! Great final, really close CS
2019-11-03 13:42
#33
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Switzerland x676 
tier734 event
2019-11-03 14:02
#34
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Europe g4nl0cK 
Hello Grayhound, Renegades here, sign the damn contracts
2019-11-03 14:03
why would they sign a shit team like greyhound?
2019-11-03 14:05
because they are the 2nd best australian team? made it to the majors multiple times
2019-11-03 14:09
so they should sign them cuz they are australian?
2019-11-03 14:20
#49
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Australia Chereska 
Yes, but no
2019-11-03 14:56
Ez for papa INS
2019-11-03 14:09
#40
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Australia Dadecum 
ez 4 renegods
2019-11-03 14:12
#43
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France LeDiplomate 
nt GOAT Olivia
2019-11-03 14:22
#46
kolor | 
Indonesia babeh 
congrats, and i hope indonesian CS will grow
2019-11-03 14:54
#47
HPR | 
Australia imLi0N 
i would hope so...
2019-11-03 14:55
#48
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Indonesia Exodd 
Congrats Grayhound! Though I believe it’s a walk in the park for them, looking at those T4-5 teams participating
2019-11-03 14:56
#56
erkaSt | 
Australia An_Ibis 
Alpha Red are a good team, took a great Ace from INS and a 1v3 spray transfer from Dexter to win it
2019-11-03 20:45
Disband ahq
2019-11-03 16:18
Dickstacy 69/69 as usual
2019-11-03 17:27
#54
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African Union mikecool 
ez woof woofs ;)
2019-11-03 17:37
At least bigDickStacy can win when hes the favorite for a tournament
2019-11-03 19:01
and no one cares tbh
2019-11-04 02:07
Nice, it was obvious since the beginning but alot of teams gain experience playing against them which is priceless. Good idea, nice event, gj grayhound.
2019-11-04 03:21
More CSGO event in indonesia please...
2019-11-04 10:43
#62
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Australia csRIOTgo 
The Indonesian Casters *facepalm* some of them are not even up to date with some of the newer meta... But the MCs were horrible LOL...
2019-11-04 22:13
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