The closed qualifier for the European Minor
Championship has come to an end, with dignitas, fnatic Academy
and Kinguin securing the final spots at the offline
dignitas ended Space Soldiers’ dream of attending the
Minor with a comprehensive 16-2 victory on Inferno after an
extremely one-sided first half in which the Norwegian team gave
their opponents very little room to operate.
fnatic Academy came away with the most surprising victory
of the round as they defeated Heroic, the current No.14 team in
the world, 16-7 on Mirage, with
Alex “Karus” Saglamoglu topping the scoreboard
on 25 frags.
The Minor will be Kinguin’s first event
abroad with Hyper
Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek leading the
charge, Kinguin edged past Tricked 16-13 on Train to secure the
very last spot at the Minor through a qualifier that was not
kind to Danish teams.
The final team list for the EU Minor looks as
The event will take place from June 15-18 in Bucharest,
Romania. In addition to $50,000, teams will fight for three
spots at the offline qualifier for PGL Major Kraków.