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Collegiate Starleague teams decided for LAN finals
With the conclusion of the quarterfinal matches, four teams head to Huntington Beach for CSL Grand Finals.
Written by: devil    April 12th 2018 8:37 pm    #CSL #CollegiateStarleague #UCLABruins #CUNYBaruch #fiven #RMUEagles #BinghamtonUniversity#JacksMoneyCrew #4sh0t #Toy #food #LenNox #Reality #SPERMY  

After an arduous three month journey through the regular season and playoff bracket, 48 CS:GO teams  from colleges all over the country competing in the Collegiate Starleague Spring season have been whittled down to just four.

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Coming out on top in the quarterfinal matches were Binghamton University (Jack's Money Crew), RMU Eagles, UCLA Bruins, and defending champions CUNY Baruch (fiven). These teams will now head to Huntington Beach, CA at the Ultimate Media Venture arena where they will compete in a two day LAN finals to decide who will take home the bulk of the $30,000 prize pool.

Fans of ESEA MDL/Main will likely recognize a smattering of the players from these teams, with such names as Sam "4sh0t" Mariano, Victor "food" Wong and David "Toy" Han representing CUNY Baruch. Former CheckSix member Andy "LenNox" Collins and ex-eRa player Jacob "SPERMY" Younan are both members of the RMU squad.

For a more detailed look at how the playoff bracket has played out, you can visit the tournament page on CEVO's site.

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Yesterday, Collegiate Starleague announced their star-studded talent line-up for the event yesterday, with the likes of Dustin "dusT" Mouret and John "blu" Mullen taking point for the CS:GO Finals. Joining them on the panel will be the lovely ladies of Dignitas fe and Sue "Smix" Lee as the event's host.

The schedule and prize breakdown for the CSL Grand Finals can be found below:

Schedule

  • Semifinals - Saturday April 28th 6:00 PM PDT
  • Finals - Sunday April 29th 4:00 PM PDT

Prize Distribution

  • 1st: $10,000
  • 2nd: $6,000
  • 3rd-4th: $3,000
  • 5th-8th: $1,000
  • 9th-16th: $500

The Collegiate Starleague Grand Finals can be viewed on the organizers Twitch channel at www.twitch.tv/cstarleague.

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#1 CS_CeeJ
2018-04-12 22:46
Cuny are pretty hard favorites but any team can take this tbh
#2 el_jack0
2018-04-13 01:01
WSU EZ 500
#3 tolkienfanatic
2018-04-13 09:51
Too easy for FPL star Victor "food" Wong and the Pnda Gaming legend David "Toy" Han
#4 shrek
2018-04-13 09:57
Too easy for shrek
#5 Outlawe
2018-04-14 15:47
WSU EZ
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