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CSGO qualify for ESL Nordic offline finals

written by Dave Normandy December 11, 2015

Last October, the Electronic Sports League announced the very first season of the ESL Nordic Nordic Nationals. On December 19th and 20th, two teams from Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Norway compete in Stockholm, Sweden for a prize pool of €15,000.

The new Reason CS:GO managed to qualify for this major by beating FreeOrgless, Eastern Vikings, and SK-Gaming in their group stage of qualifiers. The Danish roster would go undefeated with a total score difference of 48:34, topping their group and placing them in their first ever major tournament.

On December 19th, the new roster of Inzta, Larsen, Bubzki, KS, and netrick will face off in Group A against Sweden’s GreyFaceNoSpace, Finland’s MIXCAT, and Norway’s BX3 eSports Club.

For more information on the ESL Nordic Nationals, visit pro.eslgaming.com/nordic/

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