EnVyUs succeeded at IEM Oakland EU qualifier

EnVyUs succeeded at IEM Oakland EU qualifier

Team EnVyUs took part in the European battle for IEM Oakland XII, and qualified for the LAN event after defeating mousesports 2-0 in the finals.

Eight teams fought in the EU online qualifier: Team EnVyUs and five more received a direct invite; the remaining two earned their spot through the open qualifier.

EnVy faced Fnatic and North in the earlier rounds, winning with a combined 4-1 score. The finals featured a best-of-three battle against mousesports, but they fell to the French squad after only two maps.

IEM Oakland XII is planned for November 16-19. 12 teams will battle for a $300,000 prize pool - all the participants have been determined but the winners of the North American qualifier.

Team EnVyUs vs mousesports Bo3 recap

EnVy selected the first battleground: Inferno. Mousesports won the pistol round and the successive ones, but afterwards EnVy claimed a consistent amount of gold by planting the bomb four times. The first half ended 9:6 for them.

Once the French team moved on the CT-side, they gained the control of the match, triumphing with a 7:1 score. Overall, the entire team obtained good stats, while four mouz’s players had a rating below 1.0.

 Inferno 16:7 (9:6) (7:1) - Image: HLTV

Inferno 16:7 (9:6) (7:1) - Image: HLTV

The battle was more balanced on Train, where mouz had a great start as CT. They won the pistol round, defused the bomb a total of five times in the first half, and ended it 12:3.

They continued the win streak also as Terrorists, winning the first two rounds. EnVyUs didn’t give up and proved their bravery by claiming 13 rounds in a row, and triumphing in the map 16 to 14.

Alexandre “xms” Forté contributed to the team’s victory with 25 kills, getting a final rating of 1.33.

 Train 16:14 (3:12) (13:2) - Image: HLTV

Train 16:14 (3:12) (13:2) - Image: HLTV

 

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Vincenzo is an esports writer with five years of experience. Former head editor for Natus Vincere, he has produced content for DreamHack, FACEIT, DOTAFire, 2P, and more. Follow him on @SkulzDota.