The first pair of semifinalists at WESG CS:GO Grand Finals has been determined. AGO Esports and Fnatic moved forward in the tournament’s bracket as they beat Valiance and OpTic Gaming, respectively.
In the first match of the day, Fnatic faced off against OpTic Gaming. On the first map, Mirage, the Swedish team edged out the Danes 16-14, securing a victory on their pick. After that, OpTic couldn’t bounce back on Overpass, which was the map of their choice, losing the game 11-16. The most valuable player of the series was Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin, who averaged 1.76 HLTV KDR with 64-33 K-D and 119.5 ADR.
The next ticket to the semifinals was played off between AGO Esports and Valiance. The Serbian team pulled off a comeback on Train, winning the game 16-13 due to a great CT performance, but later, they lost the following two maps. AGO Esports outclassed Valiance as they won Inferno and Dust II: 16-12 and 16-6, respectively. Everybody from AGO beside Grzegorz "SZPERO" Dziamałek had a positive KDR by the end of this match.
In the rest of quarterfinals, MiBR will be up against Windigo Gaming, while G2 Esports and Absolute will close out the day in the last match of this stage of the competition. The official broadcast will be held on twitch.tv/wesg_csgo.