The great finals of the ELeague Major at the Fox Theater in Atlanta finished up with one of the best exhibitions Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has found in a Major. Astralis brought down Virtus.pro in an enthusiastic best-of-three arrangement to be delegated the ELeague Major Atlanta Champions on Sunday.
The main guide pick by Virtus.pro in the arrangement was Nuke, which is a touch of a question mark for most expert CS:GO groups. Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz began the gun round with a forceful outside push on the protection to find a napping Filip “NEO” Kubski, who was setting up a smoke for an A-bombsite execute. The Danes took the first round, however Virtus.pro constrained with updated guns to turn the second round to support them. The Polish Plow at that point fueled through the Danish protection to stretch out their prompt 5-1. In spite of the fact that Virtus.pro appeared to make a move to break in front of the pack, Astralis returned to tie it up at 6-6. Tragically for Astralis, Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski held off a B-bombsite retake in a 1-versus 3 that pushed Virtus.pro to a 9-6 lead at the half.
The second half for Astralis begun off with three successive rounds won on the offense to tie the amusement at 9-9. Both groups at that point exchanged very challenged rounds that wound up with a 12-12 tie before the Danes were crushed by Virtus.pro’s first rate hostile to eco round that broke any energy Astralis had. Astralis verged on taking Virtus.pro’s first guide pick, at the end of the day fell 16-12 with Virtus.pro taking the arrangement lead 1-0.
The second guide of the evening was Overpass. This was a favored guide for the Danes, who have performed well on it all competition. Appropriate out of the entryway, Paweł “byali” Bieliński and Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas secured a practically unwinnable 2-versus 3 while retaking the A-bombsite for a defuse to win the gun. Astralis replied back in the accompanying round with a compel purchase and a conspicuous quad slaughter by Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen to even the score early. Virtus.pro battled against the moderate offense of Astralis confronting a 6-2 deficiency before Snax started the group after a great 1-versus 2 grip on the B-bombsite. Virtus.pro won three straight while Astralis replied back with three of their own to lead the half 9-6.
Astralis won the underlying gun round in the second half, however NEO reacted with two snappy scout kills to open the A-bombsite for his group to take the accompanying round. Two eco adjusts later, Astralis extended the crevice on Virtus.pro for a 13-9 lead. Be that as it may, the Poles closed down Astralis’ forceful guard on account of byali, who jumped in Rounds 23 and 24 to close the crevice 13-11. Virtus.pro at that point figured out how to finish off a couple of hostile to eco rounds to lead without precedent for the guide 14-13. The Polish Plow was only two adjusts far from shutting Map 2 and the arrangement, yet the Danes tied the arrangement 1-1, constraining a third guide.
The arrangement choosing map came down to Train, a guide that Astralis and Virtus.pro both truly perform well on. Virtus.pro turned out the doors terminating on all chambers by winning the initial seven rounds of the amusement. The Danes at that point got themselves once more into the diversion in the wake of sparing the powerful rifle to mount their rebound. In the wake of asserting a couple of rounds for a 8-5 score, TaZ transformed an inconceivable 1-versus 3 into a 1-versus 1, yet the youthful Dane Kjaerbye grasped Astralis’ last round of the half with 0.1 seconds to save on the defuse.
Virtus.pro begun on the guard with a 9-6 lead in the second half and won three straight to additionally broaden a six-round lead. Astralis at that point went to fill in as they figured out how to string a couple of rounds together before being reset at the end of the day by a constrain purchase from the Poles. In any case, Xyp9x’s 1-versus 1 against Snax started the underlying rebound in all out attack mode agree with four won in succession. With a 13-12 deficiency, Astralis surrendered another round because of an against eco round that favored Virtus.pro. The Danes were undaunted and pulled off four straight to take the last guide 16-14, winning the ELeague Major Atlanta Championship.