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Final stage set for Asia and Oceania region for ESL Pro League Season 10

Aditya Singh Rawat
19/Oct/2019 09:46 am

Cover Image Courtesy: ALPHA Red CS:GO | Thumbnail Image Courtesy: ESL Gaming

The first round of the ESL Pro League Season 10 for the Oceania and Asia region came to an end yesterday with four teams qualifying for the second round in their respective regions.

Both the regions followed a similar format with eight participating teams being split into two groups of four teams each. Both the groups followed a best-of-three, round-robin format with the top two teams from each group qualifying for the next round.



Oceania Region


Group - A
Group - B
Team
Score
Round Difference
Team
Score
Round Difference
Grayhound Gaming
3-0
+40
ORDER
3-0
+58
Avant Gaming
2-1
+20
Chiefs Esports Club
2-1
+23
Catman
1-2
-20
Really Weird
1-2
-34
Ground Zero Gaming
0-3
-40
Paradox Gaming
0-3
-47

All the top teams from the region comfortably made their way into the second group stage, comprising of Grayhound Gaming, Avant Gaming, ORDER, and Chiefs Esports Club. While Grayhound and ORDER were both front runners in their respective groups, overall it was ORDER that put up the most dominating performance with a round difference of +58.

It will be interesting to see which team makes its way through to the finals, as the second round kicks off on 13th November. Only one out of the four remaining teams will move on the final stage.

Group Standings
Team
Score
Round Difference
Points
Avant Gaming



Chiefs Esports Club



Grayhound Gaming



ORDER




Asian Region


Group - A
Group - B
Team
Score
Round Difference
Team
Score
Round Difference
Tyloo
3-0
+27
Lucid Dream
2-0
+22
Invictus Gaming
2-1
+23
ALPHA Red
2-0
+10
Vici Gaming
1-2
-13
B.O.O.T-d[S]
0-2
-16
MVP PK
0-3
-37
BTRG
0-2
-16

Note: One round of matches are still left to be played in Group-B

The eight Asian teams were divided into two groups. While one group had all the East Asian teams, the other comprised of teams from SEA. The two teams from each region that have made their way through to the second round are Tyloo, Invictus Gaming, Lucid Dream, and Alpha Red.

The four qualifying teams will be facing off against each other starting 15th November, with the top-scoring team qualifying for the main event, which is scheduled to be held in Odense, Denmark from 3rd - 8th December.

Group Standings

Team
Score
Round Difference
Points
ALPHA Red


Invictus Gaming


Lucid Dream


Tyloo




Let’s see which teams get to represent their respective regions and qualify through to the main event in a bid to compete for the 600,000 USD prize pool.



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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.