WESG 2018 reveal groups; CSGO pros doubt it’s authenticity
Yesterday, WESG released the groups and how 32 teams have been split into 8 separate groups. Ninjas in Pyjamas eventually claimed the last invite for WESG 2018 Global Finals. The unjust within the groups have led to a spree of backlash and criticism from the community. There have also been several instances in the past when WESG’s integrity was questioned due to several mishaps.
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If you closely look at various groups, you could easily see that Group A comprises of a couple of actual contenders – Ninjas in Pyjamas and G2 Esports. NiP has surprised everyone by reaching the Championship Stage 3 years later. G2, on the other hand, had several major changes in their roster but nonetheless, they’ve shown their capability.
Group E also comprises of fnatic and ENCE eSports. Fnatic has been quite lackluster at the major although it has had decent outings elsewhere. On the contrary, ENCE has made it to the Champions Stage of IEM Major: Katowice 2019. Not to forget, Movistar Riders has also ended up in Group E. Movistar Riders have quite popular Spanish names such as mixwell and loWel.
While on the contrary, some other groups – D, G & H have no actual contenders of the trophy. The community surely smells something unusual in here. In spite of all this, WESG 2018 Global Finals begins on March 11 and it will last until next six days.
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