steel battered his Canadian brethren, putting up a 1.77 rating in the series
Chaos, who used coach Alan "Shakezullah" Hardeman in place of Maxim "wippie" Shepelev due to visa issues, have claimed a spot in the WESG World Finals after crushing LiViD in Montreal.
Starting on Train, after claiming the first three rounds in a row on their T-side, Chaos never gave LiViD a chance to breathe, picking up a 13-2 half before closing out of the map 16-2.
Moving onto LiViD's pick of Overpass, things were beginning to look up for the underdog Canadian side as they won the first three rounds in a row on their T-side. However, once Chaos' economy came online, the game was all but over as they won the next eleven rounds in a row to win the half 11-4. Following this, they only conceded one more round to LiViD before winning the map 16-5.
|2 - 0||
|de_train||16 - 2||de_train|
|de_overpass||16 - 5||de_overpass|
With their ticket booked to China, Chaos will be awaiting the start of the new year as their only upcoming events are ESEA MDL Season 33 and the WESG World Finals which is set to be played out sometime in March.