Avant Gaming makes it through to the Asia Minor over ORDER

Aditya Singh Rawat

3rd, Jun, 2019

Cover Image Courtesy: Hazr

The Oceania Closed Qualifier for the StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 came to an end today with Avant Gaming claiming the final slot to qualify for the Asia Minor Championship - Berlin 2019.

After Grayhound qualified for the same yesterday, knocking them down to the Lower Bracket. Avant Gaming has successfully fought their way through by defeating ORDER in a closed three-match series which went down to a decider.


Avant Secures A Slot

After ORDER was able to defeat Rewound in a straight ‘2-0’ series. They squared off against Avant Gaming in a bid to secure the final slot for the Asia Minor.


Image Credit: HLTV

The two failed to pick victories on their own maps as ORDER won the first match on Mirage which was Avant’s pick, while Avant levelled the series by winning on Nuke. The decider took place on Train, a map on which both the teams have performed equally well in the last six months.

         
ORDER                                                              Avant Gaming
Image Credit: HLTV

But this time around Avant was the one to claim victory on it following a strong CT-side performance which secured them a healthy lead. The second half witnessed a tough fight as ORDER aimed for a comeback but Avant was able to see itself through. Taking the series ‘2-1’ and qualifying for the minors over ORDER.



Let’s see how the team performs in the minors against more experienced teams like MVP PK, Grayhound and the soon to join Chinese teams.



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