The two favorites of the tournament, Moscow 5.BENQ and Counter Logic Gaming Europe, have both advanced to the play-off stage without any issues. SK Gaming and team Curse.eu will join them as the final day of the European Challenger Circuit Poland approaches.
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Will we get the same finals as in DreamHack Summer 2012? The two best teams from Europe, Russian giant Moscow 5.BENQ and undisputed champion of DreamHack Counter Logic Gaming Europe have paved the way towards the finals by simply beating their opponents as expected. In Group A however, SK Gaming advanced to the best four of a LAN event for the first time in a very long time, it seems like they are getting back some of their synergy. They might even be a real threat to the two current strongholders. Team Curse Europe follows in their footsteps, they did not leave a very strong impression but still managed to beat one of the strongest Polish teams around. The final day will kick off at 10:00 am CEST, you can find more detailed information about the tournament below.
Prize Pool *
5th/6th get $2,000
7th/8th get $1,600