Team One — winners of WESG SA-division

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Team One have become the champions of WESG SA-division by defeating Isurus Gaming in the grand-final Bo3-series on Train and Cobblestone.

Team One win WESG

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On the first map, Inferno, we saw Isurus using the advantage of their own map-pick by winning it 16-11. Nicolas "NikoM" Miozzi was the most valuable player of this game, topping the scoreboard for his team with 1.34 KDR and 85.3 ADR.

The fight continued on Train, which was chosen by Team One. Once again Isurus Gaming won the first half by getting 9 CT-rounds to their board, 9-6, but later they didn’t prevent comeback of the Brazilians, who stole away the victory by going from 10-14 to 16-14 in the end. Alencar "trk" Rossato had a fantastic game on Train, making Team One’s return possible with pretty high stats: 1.68 KDR (32-16 K-D), 102 ADR.

It all came down to Cobblestone. For the first time in this Bo3-series, Team One were ahead of Isurus before the side-switch, 8-7. The Brazilian squad needed some time to step up its game, losing the lead for a short period of time, 10-13, but after that they broke through Isurus’ defense and won the map, 16-14, and the whole series as well.

Final standings:


  • 1st place - Team One ($20,000 + spot at Global Finals)
  • 2nd place - Isurus Gaming ($10,000 + spot at Global Finals)
  • 3rd place - Vault ($5,000)
  • 4th place - Elite Wolves ($2,500)
  • 5th place - rEAK