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EEG CS:GO European League Standings; How Things Are Shaping Up

EEG CS:GO European League Standings; How Things Are Shaping Up

We’re 1 week through the EEG CS:GO European League, and the group stage has already been concluded. The next step for the league is the playoffs stage, where we’ll see which teams will, in time, be crowned champions. Here’s a brief rundown of how it all went down:

EEG CS:GO European League Standings – Who Qualified?

Groups A – D

In group A we have Jaegers Esports, and Electrify Esports placing in the top 2 of their group. They had a huge lead when compared with the bottom teams, so be sure to look out for them in the playoffs!

Group B was a little bit closer, as the battle for 2nd place was down to the wire. Eventually, Wrah Esports came out victorious, finishing with a 4-3 scoreline and -2 round difference. Suprmode Gaming on the other hand placed first with a +31 round difference, solidifying their placement in the playoffs.

Group C was similar to Group B due to the sheer closeness of the matches played. Norsera Esports grabbed a confident 1st with their new lineup, whereas Team Abudabi placed 2nd with a 5-3 scoreline.

On the other hand, in Group D we saw sheer domination, as Endangered Esports was ahead by a long shot, getting the best score and round difference in the group stage. Team Sylyx came in 2nd with a 4-2 scoreline and +6 round difference.

Credits: EEG

Groups E – H

Onto the other half of the group stage, we had a more one-sided series of matches. Group E was probably the closest, as it all came down to round difference to filter 2nd and 3rd place. Souldazz were fortunate enough to end up with a +9 round difference, as that gave them the edge to qualify. Dogmination then finished in 1st with a 5-3 scoreline and +28 in round difference.

Group F was incredibly one-sided, as Evicted Esports clutched out 1st place with a 6-0, and +43 in round difference. Lexxaro weren’t too far behind as they finished the group stage in 2nd with a 4-2 scoreline.

Group G also consisted of some hectic matches. RVNS Esports took first with a dominant performance, whereas Team Divergentes had a harder time to try and get a qualifying position. They went head to head with Connecting Esports, and eventually came out on top to head to the playoffs.

In the final group, team Que Ota seemed unstoppable as they got 1st place with a clean sheet and +46 round difference. Nineshapes were already in a position to qualify, and despite some disappointing final matches, they still managed to grab that qualification spot.

Credits: EEG

The EEG CS:GO European League is proving to be a very hectic event for all teams involved, and we cannot wait to see who comes out as the eventual winner. Be sure to follow us on all our socials to get notified whenever we post about local esports news!



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