Ghost Gaming take down eUnited to advance towards LAN finals

Ghost Gaming and North succeed in their respective ESL Pro League matches.

Counter-Strike: GO's Icon Kamil Malinowski · 23 May 2019

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The qualifying stage of the ESL Pro League is coming to an end, with only a handful of spots still left to fight for.


One of these spots was secured by North this week, as they were able to overcome Danish rivals Heroic 2-0 thanks to Philip “Aizy” Aistrup. North’s star player was able to once again put up an incredible performance, winning key clutches to secure his team the victory.



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Meanwhile, Ghost Gaming got one step closer to the LAN finals in the Americas Pro League with a victory over eUnited. Ghost were able to take down eUnited 2-1 in a very tight series that saw map two go all the way to triple overtime.


Their victory can be largely attributed to the heroics of their In-Game Leader Joshua “steel” Nissan, who was able to secure key kills on the CT sides of all three maps, setting his teammates up for success elsewhere on the maps.



The qualifying stages of the ESL Pro League are set to finish on May 24. From there, the full team list will be announced for the LAN stage of ESL Pro League, which will be played from June 18-23 in Montpellier, France.

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