Fear’s J.Storm take down EternaLEnVy to qualify for ESL One: Mumbai 2019

Vignesh Raghuram

2nd, Mar, 2019

Image Courtesy: ESL Frankfurt Major | Steffie Wunderl

J.Storm have qualified for ESL One: Mumbai 2019 after dominating the North American Qualifiers without dropping a single game.

J.storm started off their dominant run against Mexican team Team Xolotl, after Complexity accepted a direct invite to ESL One: Mumbai and relinquished their berth in the qualifiers. They done easily, 2-0d EternaLEnVy’s Flying Penguins to move on to the Grand Finals where they beat them once again to secure their spot in the LAN event.

The full roster of J.Storm which would be heading to ESL One: Mumbai 2019 is
  • David “Moo” Hull

  • Jonathan “Bryle” De Guia

  • Sangdon “FoREv” Lee

  • Clinton “Fear” Loomis

  • Taewon “March” Park


Earlier today, CIS team The Pango won the European Qualifiers to confirm their berth in ESL One/l Mumbai 2019.

NiP, Alliance , Gambit Esports, and Complexity made it into the tournament as the invited teams of the event. TNC Predator qualified for the event in SEA, while Keen Gaming comes in for the Chinese region. The Indian Qualifier is still left to be determined with Signify, Coming Soon, LXG Esports, and ROG TiTans left to compete for it. The Indian Qualifier will conclude on March 3.

Three other teams will also be invited for this tournament.


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