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Fnatic poizon puts up 63 kills to takedown G2: ESL Pro League Day 3

On day three of ESL Pro League, a lackluster Fnatic demolished G2. Additiaonyll, NIP has essentially clinched a spot in the playoffs. NIP needs to take down either a winless LFO or a G2 without Aleksib to secure their spot.

Fnatic and poizon beat down G2

While not many expected Fnatic to put up much of a fight due to the lack of Krimz and Brollan, poizon put on a show to hopefully help Fnatic win. Over the thirty rounds of map one, poizon posted 36 kills – double the kills of anyone else on his team. G2 was the better team, unfortunately, and narrowly won map one 16-14.

Map two was a whole different story. The poizon show continued, but this time, Alex supported him. The two combined for 50 kills and 8 deaths and both had double the kills of the rest of their team. G2 was unable to do anything against the two, and Fnatic won map two 16-2.

G2’s mental was ruined. In the first 12 rounds, Amanek had yet to even put up a kill. Despite some resistance from G2, Fnatic won the map and poizon finished the series with 63 kills.

NIP shutdown Mouz

Short and Sweet Headlines are Best!

While Mouz showed some hopes yesterday after taking down G2 and negating NiKo, NIP wasn’t about to let that stop them. On map one, Mouz put up a fight but was very inconsistent in their performance every round. At the end of map one, three Mouz players had a 57.7 KAST ratio showing a lack of consistency. Despite Mouz bouncing back on Map two, NIP took map three easily.

Entropiq Breeze past LFO

LFO continues their losing streak at ESL Pro League with a loss over Entropiq. It seemed like every round that LFO put up was only due to sterling or Liki getting multiple kills to propel the team. Entropiq quickly 2-0’d LFO with a dominant performance put on by El1an as he posted 45 kills over the two maps.

Group A

Team W L
Ninjas in Pyjamas 3 0
Fnatic 2 1
Entropiq 2 1
MOUZ 1 2
G2 1 2
Looking For Org 0 3

Zain Merchant is a writer at jaxon.gg covering competitive first-person shooters, with an emphasis on the two biggest names in FPS esports: Counter-Strike and Valorant. With a background in business analytics, Zain is able to break down everything happening in both CS and Valorant in a way few other authors can. He's also fluent in Japanese.