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TYLOO, Bren, Absolute and ViCi Qualify for the Semifinals of ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND 2019

Aditya Singh Rawat
16th Nov, 2019

Cover Image Courtesy: Extremesland Official | Thumbnail Image Courtesy: Extremesland Official

The third day of ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND 2019 came to an end today with the quarterfinal matches coming to an end as four teams qualified ahead to face off in the semifinals. TYLOO, Absolute, Bren Esports, and ViCi Gaming qualified by defeating their match-ups as they get ready for the final day of the competition.

If you missed out on the action we got you covered, here is a highlight of all the matches that were played today.


TYLOO were able to go past their Mongolian opposition AUGUST. Both the matches were pretty close but TYLOO did well to seal the deal in their favour with a ‘2-0’ victory. The second Chinese team, ViCi Gaming was also able to make its way past Demise with a ‘2-0’ victory. Again the match-up was not an easy win as Demise made sure that ViCi were on their toes through the entire match.

This was followed by two back-to-back upsets as Bren Esports knocked out B.O.O.T-d[S] after a long hustle on Inferno followed by their reigning supremacy on Train. The upset inspired Absolute to give one heck of a match to everyone watching, as the Japanese team took down MVP PK ‘2-1’ in a thriller of a series.

The day was mighty eventful as a lot of unexpected things took place through the course of a day, along with a well-rounded display of skill and dominance.


The semifinal match-ups witness TYLOO going-up against Bren Esports, as ViCi gets ready to take on Absolute. Stay tuned for the final day of the event as the semifinal match-up is followed by the grand finale tomorrow. Let’s see who gets crowned as the new champion with the defending champions out of the race already.



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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.

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