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The East Asia Closed Qualifier for the StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 concluded today with MVP PK qualifying through to the Asia Minor Championship - Berlin 2019 after winning eight matches in a row.
The event which started on 29th May witnessed participation from 8 teams, four of whom were direct invites while the other four made their way through the Open Qualifiers. This is how the bracket looked like at the end of it all,
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MVP Of The East
MVP PK who were directly invited for the closed qualifier did not face any problems making their way through to the Asia Minor. The team won four back-to-back matchups with a ‘2-0’ scoreline defeating Updraft, Ignis & Mazaalai (twice).
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None of the matches were closely contested with MVP PK ensuring that their opposition could not even enter double digits on the scoreboard. Out of the eight matches, there was only a single match in which Mazaalai was able to take 13 rounds against them.
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Such a dominant performance is enough to shed a light on how formidable MVP PK truly are when it comes to the East Asia region, they can without a doubt claim to be the best CS:GO team in the region.
@MVP_GG We've defeated Mazaalai with 2-0 in Asia Minor East Asia Closed Qualifier-(STAR LADDER)— Team MVP (@MVP_GG) May 31, 2019
Thanks to cheer us! Let's go Berlin!
Game 1 Nuke : 16-6
Game 2 Dust2 : 16-9#CSGO #ESL #STARLADDER #ASIA #MVP #MVPPK #TEAMMVP #MVPCSGO #MVPWIN pic.twitter.com/eyJ3apVyzP
With this, MVP PK will now be seen in action at the Asia Minor Championship - Berlin 2019 which will be taking place from 24th-28th July in Berlin with a separate prize pool of $50,000.
Let’s see how the Koreans hold up against the best teams from Asia & Oceania regions. Do they make it to the Majors or remain happy being the best in East Asia.