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Project Eversio Eliminated From EDC Season 4

Project Eversio Eliminated From EDC Season 4

Last week we saw Project Eversio take on French team LDLC in the closed qualifier for the 4th season of the European Development Championship. Unfortunately it didn’t end well for our boys in blue. Here’s how it all went down:

Final Standings

  • 1st-2nd: Team Fiend, ex-Marlian eSports
  • 3rd-4th: Team Spirit Academy, Team LDLC
  • 5th-8th: GROND, Pompa Team, 1win, PIXLIP Gaming
  • 9th-16th: Save’s eSports, Békéscsabai E-Sport Egyesület, Nexus Gaming, mCon esports, MAD Lions, FATE Esports, Project Eversio, Boys without Pyjamas, 

Project Eversio Eliminated From EDC Season 4 – Match Briefing

Due to their victory in the Malta National League Season 4, Project Eversio were invited to the closed qualifier of the S4 EDC. For their initial match, they were up against Team LDLC, currently ranked 44th in the world. This was obviously a difficult task for the Eversio squad, but they still performed exceptionally.

Fortunately for Project Eversio, the maps chosen were 2 that they’re very comfortable with, Vertigo and Nuke. The first map was a constant back and forth when it came to rounds, but ultimately LDLC came out with the 16-14 victory. This was heart-crushing for the blues as they played phenomenally but were unrewarded with the win. The following map was much more one-sided, as Team LDLC put a lot of focus on their T-side, winning 10 rounds before half-time. This was extremely disadvantageous for Eversio, and eventually lost the map 16-7. With this loss, Project Eversio were eliminated from EDC Season 4 and placed 9th-16th.

Final thoughts

This marks the 4th consecutive immediate defeat for the Project Eversio CS:GO lineup. While they have not managed to progress through the bracket, they’ve shown significant improvements in the past few months, and it’s very evident in their results in other competitions. It seems like their most recent addition, M0g has certainly impacted the roster in a positive manner and we can’t wait to see more of their performance in the coming months!

Nathan Bonello

Nathan Bonello

20-year-old competitive Warzone player. Previously competed in CS:GO and VALORANT. Writes articles on this website :)