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In a commanding display of Counter-Strike, G2 Esports secured their spot in the upcoming PGL Major Copenhagen by dominating the RMR’s Swiss Stage with a flawless 3-0 score line.

Led by Rasmus “HooXi” Nielsen and his squad, G2 showcased their prowess by triumphing over Into the Breach and Eternal Fire in best-of-one matchups before clinching a crucial victory against FaZe in a best-of-three qualifying showdown.

Undoubtedly, the standout performer for G2 was Nikola “NiKo” Kovač, whose stellar performance was instrumental in securing the team’s triumph.

Particularly noteworthy was NiKo’s outstanding display on maps like Anubis and Ancient, where he showcased his prowess with critical plays and clutch moments, significantly improving upon his recent performances.

On Anubis, a closely contested affair early on, G2’s T-side prowess ultimately proved decisive, with NiKo’s exceptional performance and unexpected contributions from HooXi tipping the scales in their favour.

Moving to Ancient, a map where FaZe had previously bested G2, NiKo once again shone, delivering clutch plays, including a remarkable 1vs2 ace clutch, to secure victory for his team.

Despite the loss, FaZe remains a formidable contender, with opportunities still available in the 2-1 pool., on the other hand, has also secured their place at the PGL Major Copenhagen with an impressive performance in the Europe RMR A tournament. recorded dominant wins over SAW and Fnatic in best-of-one series before easing past Natus Vincere in two maps to lock in their spot at the Major.

Led by Dzhami “Jame” Ali, displayed resilience and dominance throughout, securing straightforward wins and showcasing their potential as a formidable force in the upcoming Major.

The PGL Major Copenhagen will be a chance for VP to get redemption after they were unable to qualify for the Paris Major in 2023.

Meanwhile, Into The Breach and Ninjas in Pyjamas’ dreams of making the opening Major of the 2024 season were crushed as they were eliminated from the Europe RMR A in last place.

Friday’s Europe RMR A matches

  • AMKAL (+162) vs Falcons (-227.27) @ 1pm EET
  • Fnatic (-175.44) vs KOI (+125) @ 1pm EET
  • 9 Pandas (-120.48) vs 3DMAX (-120.48) @ 4pm EET
  • FaZe Clan (-188.68) vs Eternal Fire (+137) @ 4pm EET
  • Enterprise (+162) vs SAW (-227.27) @ 7pm EET
  • Natus Vincere (-357.14) vs BetBoom Team (+250) @ 7pm EET

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