North A. and Fragsters join the team list of WESG EU Finals
North Academy and Fragsters have shown the best performance among the participants of WESG Denmark qualifier and advanced to the LAN-finals in Barcelona, taking away the spots for their region.
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North A. didn’t feel any kind of heavy resistance from their opponents until the grand-final, defeating Michael "Friis" Jørgensen’s OPAA Gaming and young, but promising Tricked Esports. As a result, North Academy haven’t lost a map on the way to the ticket to Barcelona.
On the other side of the bracket, Fragsters prevailed over Hydras Esports and, what was an upset, the main favourite of this qualifier, Heroic. After playing with Jacob "Pimp" Winneche on the stand-in position, Heroic were defeated with a 1-2 score and opened for Fragsters the way to the grand-final, saying goodbye for WESG in this season.
The grand-final match for high seeding at the LAN-finals of WESG Europe was finished with a successful result for Fragsters. After losing Cache with a 23-25 score, North Academy won it back on Overpass 16-9, but lost defining Nuke 10-16 and finished on the 2nd place.
Following that result, Fragsters and North Academy join the participant-list of WESG CS:GO EU Finals, where the only one spot is left for winners of the Iberian qualifier. The LAN-finals of the qualifier will be held from 22-26 November. Beside the prize-money $92,500, 12 tickets to WESG Global Finals will played off at this event.