Recap Elisa Masters Espoo 2023 Day 3

FURIA sent MOUZ home on day 3 of the Elisa Masters Espoo 2023. ENCE surprisingly won against GamerLegion. In... Fragster | 2. December 2023

FURIA sent MOUZ home on day 3 of the Elisa Masters Espoo 2023. ENCE surprisingly won against GamerLegion.

In the latest clash at Elisa Masters Espoo, Brazilian team FURIA came out on top against MOUZ in a convincing match. These victories on the Mirage and Ancient maps secured them a place in the playoffs. KSCERATO, one of Furia’s standout players, achieved an impressive 1.41 rating on the leaderboard.

FURIA will face HAVU, the surprise team of the tournament, in the semi-finals today.

For Team MOUZ, the tournament ended in disappointment as they were eliminated as favorites. An overtime defeat against Apeks sealed their fate, and although they managed to beat Complexity once again, they were unable to find their feet against FURIA and were surprisingly eliminated in the group stage.


MOUZ’s decision not to play Anubis allowed FURIA to lock down Inferno, which suited the Brazilians as they had struggled with this map in the past. MOUZ chose Mirage, but couldn’t find their attack mode and FURIA dominated early with a 4-0 lead. Despite a brief surge from MOUZ, FURIA built a strong lead and eventually won the match with a narrow victory.

MOUZ gained a 2-0 advantage on Ancient, but FURIA quickly caught up and put in a dominant performance, especially in offense. KSCERATO shone in this phase of the game, including an impressive 1v3 situation that gave his team further advantage. Despite another win in the second Pistol round from MOUZ, FURIA then secured four straight rounds to seal the win 13-7 and guarantee a spot in the playoffs.

ENCE defeats GamerLegion

ENCE secured a place in the playoffs after beating GamerLegion 2-1 in a Group A decider. They will now face Apeks in the semi-finals of the Elisa Masters Espoo tournament.

In the opening game of the series, ENCE put in a strong performance on Ancient and were able to take control after an even first round.On the CT side, they only dropped two rounds and eventually came back with a 13-8 victory. Guy “NertZ” Iluz played superbly with a rating of 1.65.The opposing team got off to a strong start on the map Overpass and quickly took a 3-0 lead before GamerLegion’s offense came to life.Led by Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand, they won eight of the last nine rounds of the first round and then completed their performance with a 5:0.

On Nuke, NertZ again took a dominant role, scoring 13 kills and helping ENCE to an early 6-0 lead. However, Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski and Nicolas “Keoz” Dgus helped GamerLegion keep the balance and kept the game even until the end of the first half.

In the second half, ENCE again showed a very strong defense, similar to Ancient. They secured six rounds in a row and reached match point before ending the game thanks to crucial kills from gla1ve.