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[LIVE] HAVU and HEET fall to 0-2 at Elisa Masters Espoo

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13:26 : HAVU and HEET remain winless after first two games

ENCE dealt HAVU their second loss of the tournament with a 16-12 win on Nuke. The Finnish squad fell behind 4-11 at the switch and, despite their best efforts, came up short of a successful comeback in the end.

Meanwhile, the game between Sprout and HEET went the distance as the Danish-majority side clinched victory in the final round of regulation, 16-14.

HEET fell just short of their first win in Finland


11:33 : GamerLegion and BIG bag opening wins in Finland

GamerLegion kicked off their Elisa Masters Espoo run with a 16-13 victory over HAVU. They controlled much of the opening period and fended off a second half comeback from the Finns for their first group stage win.

BIG‘s first game against HEET was a back-and-forth affair until the final bullet dropped. The Germans closed out Dust2 16-13 with a five-round streak to secure the win.


10:30 : BIG vs. HEET and GamerLegion vs. HAVU start the day

After some initial delays the first games in Espoo are going live. The rest of the schedule and everything else you might need to know to follow the event can be found in our viewer’s guide.

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Elisa Masters Espoo viewer’s guide


10:23 : Group A at Elisa Masters Espoo begins

The $200,000 LAN tournament Elisa Masters Espoo is set to kick off with the first of five days of play, where the six teams who have been seeded into Group A will compete for one semi-final and two quarter-final spots in a round robin format.

ENCE and BIG headline the group as two teams who had just missed out on the playoffs at IEM Rio. The latter arrives at the Finnish event hampered, once again forced to use substitutes as Josef “⁠faveN⁠” Baumann steps back into the German roster to replace Florian “⁠syrsoN⁠” Rische, who will miss the event due to contracting COVID.

ENCE headline Group A

Two more Rio teams play in Group A — Sprout, who eliminated Ninjas in Pyjamas before bowing out of the Major in 12th-14th place, and a GamerLegion squad that nearly made it to the Legends Stage, starting out the Brazilian event 2-0 and a win over Vitality, only to suffer three consecutive losses afterward.

HEET and HAVU round out the group as the lowest-ranked teams. The Frenchmen recently returned to tier-two play with mixed results after missing out on a spot in Rio, while the Finns are attending their first international LAN following the additions of Joonas “⁠doto⁠” Forss, Jarkko “⁠spargo⁠” Rahja, and Jesse “⁠zehN⁠” Linjala three months ago.

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