DREAM vs. FURY (25-23 - Nuke)

A showdown that turned out to be a real nail-biter. We met FURY on the same map as last time, but whereas we closed the match safely last with the numbers 16-10, we did not manage to close the match this time, despite the same lead of 15-10. The struggle was marked by a number of atypical personal as well as communicative errors. The bad excuse is that we go into the match cold due to the early start time of the match, but that does not change the fact that we are a better team than them and should therefore have closed it earlier.

MVP: Tons

With 51 kills, including 7 entry kills, and a 1.52 rating, one can not escape the fact that he was the main driving force that made us continue to be undefeated in the league.

Mathias Maersk
Sports Director

DREAM vs. IDK (16-9 - Dust2)

After a half hour break on top of the marathon against FURY, we immediately showed better beats against IDK. IDK is a fun team that often changes players due to no organizational affiliation. Just during the transfer window last week, the large parts of the crew switched out, so it was difficult to make sense of either veto, style of play or tactics. We end up on dust2, which is a map we are not as confident as desired despite a lot of focus during training - and maybe the reason why they tried their luck on that particular map. However, we get a comfortable lead, which we hold all the way through and therefore also end up winning the match safely with the numbers 16-9.

MVP: Tons.

The young Frederiksberg talent had an excellent evening, and again on Dust2, he top-rated the server with 25 kills, of which 16 of them via headshots, and a 1.45 rating.


Mathias Maersk
Sports Director

DREAM vs. Spirit of Amiga (16-6 - Train)

In the last showdown, we meet on paper the league's third best team. This is a solid team consisting of some more seasoned players who have played together for several years. The last time we met them, however, we showed that our dynamic playing style is effective against their more traditional approach to the tactical. And this time was no different. The boys obviously only got hotter as the evening progressed and it came to clear expression with a very sure 16-6 victory.

MVP: LyMZ.

The newest player who just got a contract last month as a result of a good trial period before. He plays a relatively difficult role on the train, called ivy, but still manages to act blockade.
Mathias Maersk
Sports Director

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