03.10.2017
Team EnVyUs and OpTic Gaming qualify for Intel® Extreme Masters Oakland!
The NA and EU Qualifiers determine the last two CS:GO teams headed to IEM Oakland.

On October 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive teams fought in the North American and European Qualifiers for a chance to compete at Intel Extreme Masters Oakland. After an intense day of matches, Team EnVyUs and OpTic Gaming took the last spots for the European and North American regions respectively.

OpTic and EnVy will join FaZe Clan, G2 Esports, SK Gaming, Astralis, Cloud9, Team Liquid, Gambit Esports, Immortals, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and the MongolZ at the Oracle Arena to compete for the lion’s share of a US$300,000 prize pool and a win counting towards the Intel Grand Slam.

EU QUALIFIER RESULTS

Quarterfinals

North vs. ex-Outlaws 2-0

  • 16-5 on Overpass
  • 16-5 on Cobblestone

Team EnVyUs vs. Fnatic 2-0

  • 19-16 on Cobblestone
  • 16-10 on Cache

mousesports vs. BIG 2-0

  • 16-4 on Cache
  • 16-2 on Cobblestone

Team LDLC.com vs. Natus Vincere 2-1

  • 14-16 on Overpass
  • 16-11 on Mirage
  • 16-13 on Inferno

Semifinals

North vs. Team EnVyUs 1-2

  • 6-16 on Nuke
  • 16-5 on Overpass
  • 9-16 on Cobblestone

mousesports vs. Team LDLC.com 2-1

  • 5-16 on Nuke
  • 16-4 on Mirage
  • 16-3 on Cache

Final

Team EnVyUS vs. mousesports 2-0

  • 16-7 on Inferno
  • 16-14 on Train

Highlights

NA QUALIFIER RESULTS

Quarterfinals

OpTic Gaming vs. Torqued 2-0

  • 16-9 on Cache
  • 16-5 on Train

Misfits vs. NRG Esports 0-2

  • 19-22 on Nuke
  • 5-16 on Inferno

Renegades vs. Luminosity 2-0

  • 16-9 on Mirage
  • 16-8 on Cobblestone

Tempo Storm SE vs. Counter Logic Gaming 1-2

  • 16-4 on Cache
  • 3-16 on Mirage
  • 11-16 on Overpass

Semifinals

OpTic Gaming vs. NRG Esports 2-1

  • 9-16 on Nuke
  • 16-8 on Overpass
  • 16-10 on Cache

Renegades vs. Counter Logic Gaming 2-0

  • 16-1 on Cobblestone
  • 16-10 on Train

Final

OpTic Gaming vs. Renegades 2-1

  • 14-16 on Cache
  • 16-10 on Overpass
  • 16-11 on Train

Highlights

TUNE IN

Winning IEM Oakland counts towards the Intel Grand Slam: a new system that awards a US$1,000,000 prize to one team that wins four out of the last ten $200,000 events held between DreamHack and ESL. As of now, SK Gaming,G2 Esports, and FaZe Clan lead the pack with their recent wins at ESL One Cologne 2017, DreamHack Masters Malmo and ESL One New York respectively. IEM Oakland will be the fourth event in the Intel Grand Slam.

IEM Oakland will take place on November 18-19 at the Oracle Arena. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to watch the best CS:GO teams in the world compete! Make sure to secure your ticket today! For further tournament updates, be sure to follow IEM on both Twitter and Facebook.

Article by: Jessica Paek @tofuslayer