Mousesports defeated ENCE in the grand finals of the 2019 CS:GO Asia Championships on Sunday to claim US $250,000 in prize money and their first S-Tier tournament title since September 2018, when mouz triumphed at ESL One: New York.
The group stage of the 2019 CS:GO Asia Championships concludes this Thursday, when we will learn which six teams will advance to the playoffs and which two teams will be sent packing.
The 2019 Asia Championship is a CS:GO esports tournament scheduled to run from Wednesday, November 20 until Sunday, November 24 in Shanghai, China. Eight teams will tussle over a US $500,000 prize pool, with the winner taking home a cool $250,000.
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