MLG Columbus day 2 results


Day 2 begin with chaotic battle, mousesports defeated FlipSid3 31-28 on de_cbble.
More information about the match can be find HERE.

FlipSid3 vs mousesports

The second match of day 2 at MLG Columbus 2016 brought the European team FaZe and the North American side Splyce together on de_inferno. Both teams lost their first matches, FaZe to Liquid and Splyce to fnatic as they came to this match with their tournament lives on the line. FaZe beat Splyce 16-3 on de_inferno and sent the North Americans home after a comfortable match.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

FaZe vs Splyce

EnVyUs and Gambit met on de_cache in the third elimination match in Columbus after they lost their opening matches on day one. Gambit’s loss against Astralis was expected, unlike EnVyUs’ defeat against CLG which put the defending Major champions on the verge of being eliminated in the group stage. Gambit eliminated the defending champions EnVyUs after beating them 16-13 on de_cache as Jan ‘waylander’ Rahkonen starred.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

EnVyUs vs Gambit

Cloud9 and G2 got to Dust2 after the veto, with the latter starting as Counter-Terrorists. Kévin “Ex6TenZ” Droolans kicked things off with an all-headshot quad-kill from platform and continued with great play onwards. G2 send Cloud9 home after a one-sided match on Dust2, in which the French-Belgian team secured a place in the group D decider after a 16-3 scoreline.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

Cloud9 vs G2

The start to the group A winners’ match between Luminosity and NiP was truly back-and-forth, as the teams kept trading rounds one after another up until it was 3-3. Those rounds included Lincoln “fnx” Lau’s and Adam “friberg” Friberg’s triples in forcebuys, as well as Marcelo “coldzera” David’s 1-on-3 clutch. Luminosity are the first to advance to MLG Columbus quarter-finals following a very convincing 16-5 scoreline on Mirage versus NiP.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

NiP vs Luminosity

Starting out on the CT side of the map, fnatic got out to a 2-0 lead after executing a great retake on the A site in the pistol round. A third-round buy from Liquid paid dividends thanks to a 1vs2 clutch from Jonathan “EliGE” Jablonowski, but fnatic rallied back in the following round, which severely hurt the North Americans’ economy. Team Liquid are through to the quarter-final of MLG Columbus after defeating fnatic 22-19 on Dust2.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

Liquid vs fnatic

Playing Overpass as Counter-Terrorists, CLG got off to a flying 3-0 start following doubles from Josh “jdm64” Marzano and Stephen “reltuC” Cutler in the pistol round, as well as two anti-ecos. Astralis move past CLG comfortably 16-9 on Overpass, top group C and move on to MLG Columbus quarter-finals.

More information about the match can be find HERE.

CLG vs Astralis

The game began with Na`Vi, who started out on the defensive side of the map, jumping out to a 5-0 lead as they caused’s defense all sorts of problems time and time again. The Polish team then came very close to getting their first round on the board, but Egor “flamie” Vasilyev had different plans and picked up three kills in quick succession to overturn a 2vs3 situation.

Down 0-6, finally landed a round thanks to two early kills from Paweł “byali” Bieliński, but that win was quickly countered with a round by Na`Vi, forcing the Poles to deal with a hard reset. The CIS side enjoyed a comfortable lead, had the economic control and were hitting their shots, so it was with little surprise that they took a commanding 12-3 half-time lead. Natus Vincere have booked their spot in the MLG Columbus playoffs after easing past 16-4 on Cobblestone..

More information about the match can be find HERE.

NaVi vs

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