MIBR again won against Team Singularity and advanced to the next stage of the week five ECS Season 7. The clash was a replay of the quarterfinals of week four in the North American qualifiers. In the previous clash, Made In Brazil faced Singularity and dominated them from start to the finish. With the latest result, MIBR have secured a spot in the semifinals and will compete against Cloud9.

Game 1

The first map of the meeting was Mirage and it was picked by MIBR. The Brazilians started on the CT side, and performed well in the early stages since six rounds played, MIBR was leading 5-1 on the scoreboard. It was at this point that Singularity started to take control of the game and broke the winning streak of the Brazilians. After a good performance from Ricky “floopy” Kemery, SIngularity established a winning streak of its own, yet it was not enough, since the first half ended 8-7 in favor of the Brazilians.

Just W @felperaa !#SomosMIBR

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— MIBR (@mibr) May 21, 2019

After the break, MIBR dominated the confrontation and quickly pushed the first game of the series to  match point with 15-7. Singularity managed to win a few round., but it was not enough to prevent the Brazilians from closing the account in 16-10.

Game 2

The second map of the series was Inferno. Although the first pistol round went to Singularity, Melo’s Epitacio “TACO” showed that he had a full control over his headshots. The Brazilian got decent number of kills to keep his team at a close distance. Unfortunately, MIBR suffered a blackout from the ninth round and were brutally dominated by Singularity. The NA side closed the first half with a 9-6 lead. Then, similar to what happened on the last map, MIBR come out all guns blazing after the break. At the end of the day, the Godfather of CS, Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo inspired his team to victory, MIBR closed the series, 2-0 with a 16-10 win.

STOP BLOWING MY MIND @FalleNCS!
Que clutch foi esse 1v3 do verdadeiro!#SomosMIBR

📺https://t.co/zOTDD5KqcO pic.twitter.com/UauJDlOdKy

— MIBR (@mibr) May 21, 2019

ECS seventh-round series qualifiers of North America and Europe kicked off on 11th March and will end tomorrow, with the closing of the fifth and last week. The best placed teams qualify for the ECS LAN finals, which take place in London, England from June 6 to June 9, with a total prize pool of $ 500,000.

ESL One Cologne details

The last slot for the ESL One Cologne 2019 will be played at the GG.BET Cologne Invitational online tournament. The organizers invited the CS: GO Team Liquid  and G2 Esports to the championship.

Eight teams will take part in the competition. Five more will receive invites, and the last team will be determined in open qualifiers, which will be arranged on June 1-2.

The main stage of the tournament will be held June 13-17. In the group stage, teams will play according to the GSL system. The play-off will be held in single-elimination format.  The champion will receive a slot at ESL One Cologne 2019, and the runner-up will earn $ 5 thousand.

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