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Dignitas fe and CLG Red through to DreamHack Showdown playoffs
Four 2-0's saw the second day of play in Valencia come to a brisk end.
Written by: tolkienfanatic    July 6th 2019 3:04 pm    #DreamHack #DreamHackShowdown #DignitasFe #CLGRed #FOREVER21 #bENITA #klaudia #CAth #milk #Emy #DreamHackOpenRotterdam  

CAth is putting up numbers during her trial with CLG Red

The second day of DreamHack Showdown has come to and end, seeing two North American teams reach the playoffs, and one be sent home.

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The day started off with plucky mix FOREVER 21 taking on Chinese team 7PM fe. Much like yesterday it was Klaudia "klaudia" Beczkiewicz and stand-in Benita "bENITA" Novshadian doing the heavy lifting for the team, as they breezed past their opposition on two quick maps.

DreamHack Showdown
Best of three maps
7PM fe
0 - 2
FOREVER 21
de_overpass 9 - 16 de_overpass
de_mirage 6 - 16 de_mirage
de_inferno de_inferno

Next up was Dignitas fe taking on Copenhagen Flames fe, and this too was a simple affair for the squad hailing from North America, Kiara "milk" Makua and Amanda "rain" Smith teaming up to not allow the European team to reach double-digits.

DreamHack Showdown
Best of three maps
Dignitas fe
2 - 0
Copenhagen Flames fe
de_mirage 16 - 9 de_mirage
de_overpass 16 - 6 de_overpass
de_inferno de_inferno

The final match of the day was between CLG Red and FOREVER 21, and regretably the latter team were never able to get into the game, being dealt a swift defeat at the hands of Catherine "CAth" Leroux and CLG Red. FOREVER 21's second loss to CLG Red at the event saw them exit the tournament in 5-6th place.

DreamHack Showdown
Best of three maps
CLG Red
2 - 0
FOREVER 21
de_mirage 16 - 8 de_mirage
de_nuke 16 - 4 de_nuke
de_overpass de_overpass

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The full playoff bracket will play out tomorrow, according to the following schedule:

eu Besiktas vs. us Dignitas fe 5:00 AM EDT
eu Demise fe vs. us CLG Red 8:00 AM EDT
world TBA vs. world TBA 11:00 AM EDT

All four remaining teams are on the hunt for the event's $50,000 first place prize, as well as a berth at DreamHack Open Rotterdam later this year.

#1 el_jack0
2019-07-07 19:10
Lets go Dig!
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