The captain of the Astralis CS: GO roster Lucas gla1ve Rossander, after defeating Natus Vincere in the ESL Pro League Season 12 final, suggested that the organizers arrange for his team a duel with FURIA Esports, the champion of the American division. He wrote about this on Twitter.
“Now we need to play against FURIA to determine the ESL Pro League World Champion. On the other hand, now that I think about it, I don’t really want to play against arT. ”
In the final of ESL Pro League Season 12, the team from Denmark faced Natus Vincere. During the meeting Astralis lost 0: 2, but then managed to win three maps in a row and win.
In 2020, this is the second comeback from a 0: 2 score. Earlier, BIG similarly defeated G2 Esports in the final of the European DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 CS: GO division. This was the first match in the history of major championships in which the team managed to win back a two-map gap.
Natus Vincere took the third line in the rating of the best CS: GO teams in the world according to HLTV.org. According to the results of ESL Pro League Season 12, the team from the CIS has added five points.
Astralis, who became the champion of this tournament, moved up seven lines and took second place. The new leader of the rating was Heroic, which entered the top 3 at EPL Season 12. The semi-finalist of the competition, mousesports, added nine points and took 12th position in the list.
Natus Vincere lost to Astralis with a score of 2: 3 in the grand final of ESL Pro League Season 12. The team from the CIS earned $ 54 thousand, and the tournament champion – $ 99 thousand. You can find out the detailed results of the competition in the report.
Cybersportsman Andreas Xyp9x Hoyslet has started training again with the Astralis CS: GO roster. The player will return to the team’s starting roster at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020, the team members reported on Twitter.
Astralis captain Lucas gla1ve Rossander stated that due to the rules of the Regional Major Rankings series, the team will not be able to play with Xyp9x at DreamHack Open Fall 2020. For this reason, Hoislet’s debut performance after the break will only take place at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020, which starts on October 22 …
Xyp9x has been inactive since late May. The esportsman temporarily left the professional scene to pursue health. He was replaced by Lucas Bubzkji Andersen and Patrick es3tag Hansen, who in the summer of 2020 became full-fledged participants in the roster.