The list of four teams that will fight for the championship trophy of WESG 2018-2019 Grand Finals in CS:GO has been completed. Windigo Gaming and G2 Esports join the ranks of Fnatic and AGO Esports, moving on to the next stage of the event.
In order to progress to the semifinals, Windigo Gaming had to overcome the odds and defeat the Brazilians of MiBR. At the end, the Bulgarian team managed to do it, beating Made in Brazil in a complete Best of 3 series. Windigo got off to a good start by winning their pick Dust II 16-8, showing an impeccable T performance 9-0. On the next map, Train, MiBR tied the game as they prevailed over their opponents in a similar fashion, 16-8.
After all, it came down to the decider, which was Overpass. Windigo Gaming started strong by finishing the first half with a huge advantage 12-3, and on the T side, they won the amount of rounds that was needed to close out the match in their favor, 16-13.
On the other hand, the next match went without any unexpected results. The clear favourite of this game, G2 Esports crushed the Japanese five of Absolute, picking up victories on Dust II and Mirage: 16-1 and 16-12, respectively. Once again, it was Kenny "kennyS" Schrub who carried his squad with phenomenal performance across both maps: 1.43 HLTV KDR, 44-22 K-D, 94.8 ADR.
The semifinal matches of WESG CS:GO Grand Finals will be held on March 16 at Chongqing Olympic Sports Center. Follow the news about World Electronic Sports Games on our website and social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.