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epic17: Final Standings

by Michael MoriartyFebruary 24, 2016

Epic.SEVENTEEN took place last weekend which saw an amazing CSGO turnout with 26 teams attend the £3,000 prizepool tournament. Like may events before, seeds proved not to an accurate representation of the final outcome of the tournament. CeX, the first seed and defending iSeries champions, were pegged to do well with their lineup changes but found themselves finishing outside the top 3. uFrag met their 3rd place seed, bagging £300 and a discount on epic.EIGHTEEN, also defeating CeX.

The two top spots in this event were both claimed by mixes, which is fast becoming the standard of epicLAN. The Barrage eSports mix met the Infused mix in the grand final, where Barrage claimed the 3-0 victory in the best of 5 with relative ease.

The final standings for epic.SEVENTEEN were:

1st: Barrage eSports – £1,725 + free tickets to epic.EIGHTEEN
2nd: Infused.MIX – £875 + discount tickets to epic.EIGHTEEN
3rd: uFrag – £300 + discount tickets to epic.EIGHTEEN
4th: CeX – £100 + discount tickets to epic.EIGHTEEN
5-6th: PerilousFURY
5-6th: LEAVEITYEAH
7-8th: Mini Kiev Krew
7-8th: Defiled Gaming

9th: NEWvibe
10th: Armchair Athletes
11-12th: Playcasters.UK
11-12th: We Got This

13-16th: Nerve Gaming
13-16th: Vibrant Gaming
13-16th: Firebug
13-16th: The Altar Boys

17-16th: Honour
17-26th: Giraffes.UK
17-26th: Team Exclamation Mark
17-26th: FeelsBadMan
17-26th: Vanguard.cs
17-26th: FleshBang!
17-26th: bigboys
17-26th: Sanity Gaming
17-26th: concilio
17-26th: Black Dragons

This event was sponsored by Element Gaming so a huge thanks goes out to them for their support of the UK scene, and we look forward to see what epic.EIGHTEEN brings.

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