CCT Online Finals #5 day 1 results

CCT Online Finals #5 started with four interesting matches. All of them were best-of-three series, and three of them... Radu M. | 1. December 2023

CCT Online Finals #5 started with four interesting matches. All of them were best-of-three series, and three of them needed just two maps to conclude.

What’s surprising is that the strongest team in the tournament needed three maps to win its match against its opponent.

G2 Esports vs. Fluxo: 2 – 1

G2 Esports encountered Fluxo in the first round of the upper bracket and ended up losing the second map, Nuke, 10 – 13. But on the other two maps, they completely obliterated the Brazilians: 13 – 7 on Inferno and 13 – 5 on Ancient.

The best player on the server was m0NESY, who ended the match with a record of 52 – 34. NiKo was not that far away in terms of kills: 49 – 41.

BIG vs. Zero Tenacity: 2 – 0

BIG struggled on the first map against Zero Tenacity but eventually won 13 – 11. On the second map, their opponent was clearly demoralized and lost much faster: 13 – 7.

The best player on the server was mantuu, whose 38 – 23 score was crucial in giving BIG the victory.

9Pandas – Legacy: 2 – 0

9Pandas were expected to do well in this match, thanks in part to having a great roster that’s currently ranked 21st. One of the players, seized, is a former Natus Vincere member, and has a lot of experience in dealing with pressure and strong opponents.

The scores were 13 – 7 on Overpass and 13 – 8 on Inferno. And keep in mind that Legacy is coldzera’s new team. The fact that clax from 9Pandas got 35 kills and died just 22 times in this match was a big factor in determining the winner.

Needless to say, coldzera was the strongest member of his team. But his individual performance was not enough to save Legacy from a painful defeat.

Into The Breach vs. RED Canids: 2 – 0

Into The Breach didn’t exactly struggle but they weren’t comfortable either against RED Canids. The scores speak for themselves: 13 – 9 on Mirage and 13 – 9 on Overpass. The man of the match was Bymas, who finished with a record of 39 – 21 and a rating 2.0 of 1.52.

For those who have been following Counter-Strike for at least three years, Bymas’ name should sound familiar. He is a former FaZe Clan and MOUZ member. At 20 years old, he is a very talented competitor.

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