Gamin Gladiators secure top 3 at Lima Major after crushing Entity cover image

Gamin Gladiators secure top 3 at Lima Major after crushing Entity


Gamin Gladiators have clutched the top three at the Lima Major after defeating Entity in a 2-0 sweep in the Upper Bracket!

Gamin Gladiators have defeated Entity in the Upper Bracket of the Lima Major to secure their top three finish in the Major. The WEU team won out in the inter-regional bout to make sure they’ll be heading home from this Major with at least 300 DPC points and $75,000 in prize winnings.
Gamin Gladiators secured the win with two-straight victories. In the first game, GG got an early lead and never let up. But Entity at least looked competitive, pushing back against their opponent and keeping things close for the first 20 minutes. Ultimately though, the hugely fed QoP and the map pressure of the Nature’s Prophet meant Entity crumbled.
In game two, It really was a stomp. After playing a safe early game, Gaming went unchallenged into Entity’s jungle and murdered them. The opposing team’s Silencer was just dying on cooldown, and none of Entity’s carries could do anything. A relatively quick 2-0 for Gaimin Gladiators.

Gaimin Gladiators defeat Entity

After defeating Entity on the Major, Quinn "Quinn" Callahan, was interviewed by Sean "Snare" Rihlamvu. Quinn was humble in victory, but triumphant. “I've never gotten top three at a major.” Quinn thanked the crowd and reflected on his long journey to the top, also thanking the likes of Syed "SumaiL" Hassan for helping him develop as a laner.
Overall, this WEU clash didn’t seem to end in bad blood either. Melchior “Seleri” Hillenkamp posted good luck wishes to Entity’s Dzmitry "Fishman" Palishchuk on his Twitter immediately after the match.
Gaimin Gladiators and Entity will be back in action on March 4, 2023. Entity, will be battling for survival against the winner of Talon Esports and Team Spirit. Stay tuned to for more Lima Major news. 
Michael Hassall
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