NRG went strength with regard to strength, taking straight down North with a 16-9 scoreline on Mirage, while OpTic indexed their second win of the tournament by beating Misfits.

NRG's pistol round win on Mirage gave the North American side a footing into the map against North, who were able to response with a string associated with four rounds once the guns rolled in. However , the favorites in the matchup weren't able to keep up the pace moving on, as the combination of Cvetelin "CeRq" Dimitrov's AWPing as well as Vincent "Brehze" Cayonte's rifling proved tough to crack for your Danes.

After moving forward to the second half with a 9-6 business lead, NRGcontinued their powerful form by overruning the B site defense comprised of Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen as well as René "cajunb"Borg in the pistol round, going up 13-6 shortly. Philip "aizy"Aistrup's 4K in round 21 gave North a small lifeline, but Damian "daps" Steele's team could close it out shortly to pretty much seal North's destiny at the event.

A back and forth start to the matchup between Misfits and OpTic saw the two teams connect up the score in 4-4 before the Western CSGO Skins mixture was able to return into the lead. Adam "friberg" Friberg's hat-trick of frags in round 9 kicked that off, as well as saw them finish the CT side of Overpass with a 10-5 scoreline.

OpTic's respectable lead started melting soon, like a 5-0 start by Sean "seang@res" Gares as well as co. allowed them to tie up the score at 10-10—with the team's AWPer Shahzeb "ShahZaM"Khan playing a big part in that return. However , Aleksi "allu" Jalli sealing the 1v2 in the following round, flanking the B site, was enough for his team to bounce back. From that point onwards, OpTic didn't drop the round, closing out your game 16-10.