Time to win FIFA 17 Online PS4 Cup – Sponsored by AVIRA
For more than one month AVIRA will be the major sponsor of Time2win FIFA 17 Online PS4 Cup. The prize pool for this event will be 2000 EUR cash. Every week will run 2-3 qualifiers where the best 4 players will advance in the grandfinal.
Time to win is a new competitive website where you can find different online cups like Hearthstone, Dota 2, Starcraft 2, League of Legends for every console (PC, XBOX ONE, PS4).
First qualifier that I will play will be in two days, starting with 19:00 CET. All matches will be LIVE on my twitch channel. Every round will be played in a best of one mode + golden goal (in case if a match ends as a draw).
My stream will start with one hour earlier (18:00 CET) and I will play some ultimate team friendlies/online friendlies.
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FaZe beat Astralis with 2-1 overall maps after an intense decider map to lift StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 trophy.
First map was played on Mirage (FaZe’s map pic as usual) and it was a real ‘thriller’ map. The European mixture managed to take the first pistol round as the T side with a huge Håvard “rain” Nygaard’s triple-kill.
After the first half score was 8-7 in Astralis favor. In the 13th round, rain opened up the round with two opening kills in the B push and FaZe, despite having low utility as a result of back-to-back round defeats, held the bombsite and won the round. After several back-and-forth rounds, the score tied at 14:14. Playing on the more expensive CT side; FaZe’s economy was broken but they decided to force nonetheless.
Winning against weaker weapons of FaZe put Astralis on the map-point. Another round victory against lesser equipment of FaZe resulted with Astralis stealing Mirage 16:14.
de_Inferno 17:19 (5:10, 10:5, 2:4) – Decider Map
Losing two rounds in overtime as the CT side put Astralis in a hard spot, having much less money than they’d like. FaZe finally closed out the map 19:17 and revenged the IEM Katowice 2017 Grand Final defeat.