Signify qualified for the COBX Masters LAN Finals, with a dominating run through the India Closed qualifiers. The team now joins Tigers, DeToNator and Exclamation Mark in the 100,000$ LAN finale.(Also read: Dendi is coming to Mumbai; Tigers are the first direct invite to COBX: Masters 2019)
India’s best team by a long-shot, Signify blazed through the brackets, finding a quick 2-0 over Hyderabad’s Wipeout in the semifinals. In the grand finals, Signify took on 2ez Gaming, who had surprised everyone by taking down both ROG Titans and LXG Esports.
In the grand finals, Signify walked away with game 1 after allowing BlizzarD’s Ursa to get a fast start, as the carry player simply took over the game giving Signify an unassailable lead by the 15-minute mark. It was clear that 2ez were outmatched heavily across the series as they faced a similar defeat in game 2, eventually conceding the series 0-2.
Another Indian team will join the LAN Finals via the India Open Qualifier, while we are also awaiting the last direct invite to be announced.