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Chaos through to FLASHPOINT Global Qualifier
The team completed a flawless run through the upper bracket to earn a spot at the offline stage in LA.
Written by: Nohte    February 16th 2020 6:27 pm    #FLASHPOINT #Chaos #eUnited #steel #Chaos #Yeah #Orgless #BadNewsBears #Swole Identity  

A dominant showing from smooya left no chance of a comeback for eUnited

Joshua "steel" Nissan's Chaos lineup have claimed a first place finish in the FLASHPOINT Closed Qualifier after going undefeated in the upper bracket, with their run culminating in a 2-0 series win over eUnited.

One night, six teams gone in a FLASH[POINT]

The upper bracket final showdown between the two sides kicked off on Chaos' pick of Dust2, with eUnited managing to go blow-for-blow early on as the two teams traded the lead back-and-forth. The latter portion of the half went firmly in the favor of Chaos however, seeing steel and Owen "smooya" Butterfield lead the way for their side to take a 9-6 lead at the break. 

A pistol win for eUnited to kick off the second half seemed set to make the map a close affair, but a force-buy reply from Chaos swung the momentum of the map back the way of steel and company as they quickly cruised to a 16-8 finish.

Chaos continued to reign supreme as eUnited's pick of Overpass got underway, securing an early 7-2 lead on the offensive. Ryan "freakazoid" Abadir's troops fought back with a string of four rounds to keep the scoreline competitive, but once again found themselves trailing by three rounds at halftime.

Chaos sign smooya

A stellar showing from smooya kept eUnited firmly at bay as Chaos kicked off their CT-side with a string of five rounds, putting them moments away from a map victory at 14-6. eUnited began to battle back as they won five of their own, but smooya's reign of terror continued as he posted 33 kills and a 1.94 rating to help Chaos close out the series with a 16-11 win.

Flashpoint 1 North America Closed Qualifier
Best of three maps
2 - 0
de_dust2 16 - 8 de_dust2
de_overpass 16 - 11 de_overpass
de_train de_train

Chaos are joined on the Global Qualifier team list by AVEZ who topped the 32-team European Closed Qualifier, and Isurus, who were the upper bracket victors of the South American Closed Qualifier. eUnited will have a second chance to secure a spot in Los Angeles as they will take on the winner of the lower bracket finals, with the match set to kick off at 10 PM EST.

Orgless and Yeah through to Americas Minor NA Closed Qualifier

#1 iMarbot
2020-02-16 18:48
#2 006_tv
2020-02-17 15:41
team too good, and smooya is nasty
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