mousesports win CS:GO Asia Championships 2019

Nov 24 2019 2 min read

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The CS:GO Asia Championships ended today after mousesports took down ENCE in the Grand Final with a 2-0 finish.

Both teams fought long and hard in their respective Semifinal matches, with ENCE defeating MIBR and mousesports beating TYLOO. However, they had met earlier during the tournament in the Group B winner's match, which ENCE won with a 2-1 score. 

The first map in the series was Train, chosen by ENCE after mousesports banned Mirage. mousesports took the first map in an almost flawless T side, followed up by a strong offensive in the second half. The first map ended in mousesports favor at 16-10.

The second map was Inferno, with ENCE putting up a good show from the start, securing a 5-0 lead on the CT side. However, mousesports did not back down as different players achieved multi-kills. mousesports secured the win after shutting down ENCE's attempt at taking mid control. The map ended 16-11, earning mousesports a 2-0 win. 

Here are the tournament standings:

  • 1. mousesports - $250,000

  • 2. ENCE - $100,000

  • 3-4. TYLOO - $50,000

  • 3-4. MIBR - $50,000

  • 5-6. AVANGAR - $16,500

  • 5-6. Evil Geniuses - $16,500

  • 7-8. G2 Esports - $8,500

  • 7-8. ViCi Gaming - $8,500

CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 took place at Jing'an Sports Center, Shanghai, from November 20-24.

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