The finals of the COBX Masters India Closed Qualifiers was between Global Esports and MammothGaming. In the finals, Global Esports beat Mammoth Gaming in the finals of the COBX Masters India Closed Qualifiers 2-0 in the Best of 3 Series. Global Esports won 16-11 on Dust 2 and 16-9 on Inferno. Global Esports picked up the victories despite having 2 Polish players who played with a huge ping disadvantage with pings over 120ms.

Map Vetos:

  • Mammoth Gaming banned Cache
  • Global Esports banned Mirage
  • Mammoth Gaming picked Dust 2
  • Global Esports picked Inferno
  • Mammoth Gaming banned Train
  • Global Esports banned Nuke
  • Overpass was left over

The first map kicked off on Dust 2, MammothGaming’s pick. GlobalEsports started the first half with a pistol round victory with an easy 3v5 B-site retake and the following anti-eco round. Mammoth gaming fought back with a victory in the 3rd round powered by an early round pick by HuNtr with the AWP from T-spawn, catching t1to on the cross and a quick entry by aStaRRR on the B-Site. The terrorists executed a near perfect round by losing only one player in their execution. The first half was filled with neck to neck to rounds and ended with a score line of 7-8 in the favor of Mammoth Gaming

In the second half, Mammoth gaming came out with an excellent read in the pistol round and took the round. They also won the following anti-eco and first buy round. However, the momentum was short-lived as Global Esports came back to win the map fueled by a force buy a victory and did not drop a single round after that, closing the map out with a scoreline of 16-11.

The second map Inferno, Global Esports started off on the CT-side with a pistol round and anti-eco round victory. They succumbed to Mammoth Gaming on the first buy round and the score was tied at 3-3. However, Global Esports were quick to show their strength and took the first half in their favor with a 9-6 scoreline.

In the second half, Global Esports came out with a flawless execution to the B-Site without losing a single player in the process. Global Esports were also able to tackle the subsequent force buy from Mammoth Esports, carrying to AK-47’s and one MAC-10 into the next eco round with a score line of 11-6. Mammoth Gaming were almost able to pull back the eco round with an AK-47 stolen from Antidote early on in the round but failed to convert the gun into a round victory. Global Esports continued their domination in the game and kamil k denied the Counter-Terrorists a round in the second half by pulling out an ACE from his pocket, pushing Global Esports to 14-6. However, HuNtR had different plans as he got back to back quad kills and put the score line at 14-9. GlobalEsports came back into the game and closed it out 16-9 in the favor of Global Esports.

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