Singularity Was Named Champion of the 2017 Copenhagen Games

Singularity beat DreamChaser with a fierce match and managed to win 2 maps at once (de_Mirage and de_Nuke), the Danish team managed to clutch on each map.

They won a prize money of € 30,000 (Approximately Rp. 450 million). Singularity showed a very good performance during the tournament. They managed to beat the Finnish team iGame.com and Fatih “gob.b” Dayik’s BIG.

In the grand final they managed to beat the Swedish team, DreamChaser, this team was a mixed roster of 3 Godsent players, namely Markus “pronax” Wallsten, Simon “twist” Eliasson and Andreas “znajder” Lindberg, and 2 former NiP Jacob “pyth” Mourjarvi players. and Joel “emilio” Mako.

Here’s a recap of the grand final match:

de_Mirage – 16:13 (7: 8, 9: 5)

Singularity got off to a great start, they managed to secure the gun round in a post-plant situation, with DreamChaser having successfully planted the bomb, they had enough money to force-buy the second round. DreamChaser managed to excel at the beginning with a score of 1: 5 and ended the first half with a score of 7: 8.

At the start of the second-half, the two teams made a trading round and the battle looked so fierce that they reached a score of 13:13. But in this map DreamChaser must acknowledge the superiority of Singularity, which won this map with a score of 16:13.

de_Nuke – 16:12 (7: 8, 9: 4)

In this second map DreamChaser managed to win the gun-round, in the early part DreamChaser succeeded in winning first, but Singularity managed to get out of the pressure and gave a fierce match in the second map, the first-half again ended with a score of 7: 8 for DreamChaser.

In the second half, Singularity won 3 of their pistol rounds. And coming back round by round looks very, very fierce, but once again DreamChaser has to acknowledge the superiority of Singularity who came out as the winner in this tournament.

an unexpected victory, right?