Ghost Gaming got a spot for ECS Season 4 after winning the NA Promotion league. They defeated Tempo Storm 3 to 0.
Ghost Gaming reached the 10th place during ECS S3, and thus earned a direct invite to the Promotion league. Here, two invited teams and two qualified ones through the Development league, fought to join the main league.
Luminosity Gaming overcomed Misfits on September 23rd, earning the first spot for ECS S4. Yesterday, Ghost faced Tempo Storm for the remaining one.
The North American league will see 10 teams fighting each other in two best-of-one series. Only the top four will advance to Season 4 Finals. The starting date isn’t disclosed yet.
Ghost Gaming vs Tempo Storm Bo5 recap
The first map selected as battleground was Cobblestone. Tempo Storm started as CT, won the pistol round and maintained the game in their hands up to 6:0. Afterwards, Ghost Gaming earned extra money thanks to two successful plants, and finally ended the first half 8 to 7.
In the second, Tempo once again had a better start, but lately Ghost claimed the match with a 16:13 score.
Ghost started Train as Terrorists, winning the early clashes but dropping rounds once Tempo acquired good guns to defend - the first half concluded with a 8:7 score.
Once the sides swapped, Tempo Storm planted the bomb in the first three rounds, but Ghost blocked them and defused all their attempts. Tempo tried to come back, but their opponents played a better CT-side and won 16:11.
The MVP of the match was Sebastian “seb” Bucki, who scored 27 kills and got a 1.56 rating.
Inferno was the final and most fought map. Both teams played at their best, and the game finished with a very close 16:14 for Ghost Gaming. Despite the great start as Terrorists in the second half, Tempo couldn’t penetrate anymore Ghost’s defense in the final 7 rounds.
One again seb showed a great performance, but overall the entire team acted very coordinated and contributed to the victory.
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