BL4ZE esports becomes the first team to qualify for the Asia-Pacific LAN Finals by beating Pakistani team 2-1 in the upper bracket finals of the WESG South Asia closed Qualifiers have pushed them to the lower bracket to have a rematch with Global esports tomorrow in the lower bracket finals.
BL4ZE esports dropped only 1 map during the whole course of the qualifiers from the open qualifiers to the closed qualifiers and will now represent India and South Asia in the APAC LAN Qualifiers.
- BL4ZE removed Mirage
- Gaming Hub removed Overpass
- BL4ZE picked Nuke
- Gaming Hub picked Train
- BL4ZE removed Dust2
- Gaming Hub removed Vertigo
- Inferno was left over
Map 1: de_nuke
Gaming hub started the map with a strong and dominant showing on their T-side of Nuke with 9 consecutive rounds till it was answered by BL4ZE answered with their 3 rounds and the half was ended in favour of the Pakistani’s with a 11-4 score-line. Gaming Hub continued to show their dominance on their CT-side as well and finished Map 1 with a dominant 16-6 score-line.
Map 2: de_train
BL4ZE started this map rather strong by winning pistol and the following 2 rounds on the T-side but were countered by Gaming Hub with 3 of their own but it was a BL4ZE show the rest of the half and a dominant first half ended with a score-line of 11-4. Gaming Hub won the T side pistol and the following round ad started stringing some rounds together mking the score-line 13-11 but BL4ZE countered it and won the map with a 16-12 score-line.
Map 3: de_inferno
BL4ZE started this map strongly on their T side with 6 consecutive rounds and allowed Gaming hub only 4 rounds in the first half. BL4ZE won the CT-side pistol s well on the back of a ninja defuse but were immediately answered by Gaming hub with 6 rounds and made the score-line 12-10 but after that BL4ZE showed their composure and won 4 rounds with a might B-site hold Ace by Rossi “Rossi” Kiran.
Next up: Lower Bracket Finals : Global esports v/s Gaming Hub for a slot in the APAC Finals with BL4ZE.