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Recca win BeyondGodlike League

After 2 months the BeyondGodlike CS:GO Southeast Asia Pro
League has finished, with Recca winning the title just by round
difference. 

The Asian league, hosted by the Thai community BeyondGodlike,
started back on the 10th of March with 10 teams trying to grab
the lions share from the 11,250 $ prizepool. 

Throughout the 9 weeks of the online tournament, Recca and
B.O.O.T-dream[S]cape were fighting head to head in the best of
2 format. 

The Singaporean player was a key factor due to his clutches and
won rounds, as on the last day Recca secured a victory while
B.O.O.T-dream[S]cape tied against Fire Dragoon. Both teams
finished with 19 points, but the team from Singapore took the
overall victory due to round difference.

After two months of action, the BeyondGodlike CS:GO
Southeast Asia Pro League has finished, with Recca winning the
title by round difference.

The Asian league, hosted by Thai community BeyondGodlike,
started back on March 10, with 10 teams trying to grab the
lion’s share of the $11,250 prize pool (most of which was
determined by match win bonuses).

Throughout the nine weeks of the online tournament,

Recca
and
B.O.O.T-d[S]
fought tooth and nail in this best-of-two
Swiss competition, with both of them finishing on 19
points. 

FrostMisty’s team secure regional
title

With the match between the two having ended in a 1-1
stalemate, overall round difference was the deciding factor,
with the Indonesians placing first due to having a better
record (+91 against 
B.O.O.T-d[S]‘s
+84).

Final standings (without match win
bonuses):

1.

Recca
– $2,285
2.

B.O.O.T-d[S]
– $1,140
3.

glassysky
– $570
4.

Signature
– $285 
5.

JYP
– $142
6.

Mineski
– $142
7.
Fire
Dragoon
 – $142
8. 
MiTH
 – $142
9.

Ultimate
 – $142
10.

Sabertooth
– $142

Zescht is a writer for HLTV.org and can be found on Twitter.

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