OG survive another day, avoid relegation, and are now in with a chance to head to the Berlin Major.

OG has defeated Entity 2-0 to secure their spot in a crucial tiebreaker for a chance to head to the Berlin Major. OG took two difficult matches against regional rival Entity, sending the latter team into the threat of relegation on the evening of March 2.

OG started off the matchup with a dominant performance showing off a form that has been missing from the squad for the past two weeks. With Bozhidar "bzm" Bogdanov’s Invoker snowballing off an initial Sunstrike kill, there was really little that Entity could do, with a quick and one-sided defeat in game one.

In game two, Entity came out swinging. With a trio of dangerous core heroes, the Chaos Knight, Dragon Knight, and Natures Prophet, the squad looked strong. In particular, Vladislav "Kataomi`" Semenov’s brutal Clockwerk pick bullied OG’s heroes for the first 20 minutes of the game. But Artem "Yuragi" Golubiev’s Morphling wasn’t about to let Entity make this a 1-1. Taking over the game after farming out of his mind, Yuragi crushed Entity’s Major hopes.

OG to Berlin? Entity relegated?

Now, OG find themselves in a tiebreaker with one of the most formidable opponents in WEU, the Ooredoo Thunders. This wildcard team has defeated OG before, and now locks eyes on the Berlin Major.

The schedule for the Monday's tiebreakers for Entity and OG (Image via PGL)
The schedule for the Monday's tiebreakers for Entity and OG (Image via PGL)

Meanwhile, Entity must battle for Div I survival against Monaspa and Nigma Galaxy in a three-way tiebreaker matchup. Two teams will be eliminated, with only one surviving, so every match from now on matters. And with Div II looking just as dangerous as Div II at the moment, it's not a good spot to be in.


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