ESL Pro League Season 18 - 9z book spot in event
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MOUZ and Complexity have secured their spots in the semi-finals of ESL Pro League Season 19 after decisive victories over G2 Esports and, respectively.

In the quarter-final matchup between MOUZ and G2, MOUZ showed resilience after being thrashed on Inferno, bouncing back to win Vertigo and Nuke convincingly to take the series 2-1 (3-13, 13-8, 13-4).

Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek and Dorian “xertioN” Berman performed exceptionally well, particularly xertioN, who dominated the gun duels against Nikola “NiKo” Kovač.

G2’s performance deteriorated as the Counter-Strike series progressed, with Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov being the only standout player for them.

G2’s struggles on Nuke were evident, as they failed to find footing on their CT side and looked disjointed overall.

G2’s reliance on m0NESY was apparent throughout the tournament, but they still fell short of winning any titles.

On the other hand, MOUZ’s young squad continues to impress with each tournament, having already secured a top-four finish at IEM Chengdu and now another at ESL Pro League.

With Complexity awaiting them in the semi-finals, MOUZ appears confident in their ability to reach the grand final and potentially claim another trophy.

In the other quarter-final match, Complexity emerged victorious over with a straightforward 2-0 (13-9, 13-3) win.

Complexity’s diligent preparation was evident in their dominant performance on Vertigo and their hard-fought win on Ancient.

Despite facing a deficit in the first half of Ancient, Complexity rallied back with stellar performances from Jonathan “EliGE” Jablonowski and Michael “Grim” Wince to secure the map.

They carried this momentum into Vertigo, where they quickly built a commanding lead, ultimately closing out the series convincingly. had a respectable finish in the tournament, but their new roster experienced some hiccups, struggling against lower-tier teams like Fnatic and GamerLegion while also suffering heavy defeats against top opponents like FaZe Clan and Complexity.

Denis “electroNic” Sharipov’s debut with the team ended with a 5-8th place finish.

The 19th season of the ESL Pro League quarter-finals will continue on Friday as Astralis takes on Team Liquid and Team Vitality clashes with FaZe Clan.

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