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There was never any question about who the best team of the season was. Quickmath dominates the Alpha Group throughout the season, and fairly takes home the first place prize of 60 000 SEK.
The Swedish Team EsportsAdviser are our winners of season 2 of Fragleague: CS:GO Top Divison. Except for the glory, they'll receive 100 000 SEK in prize money.
It was another intense week of Fragleague action. The battle for Xtryf's Match MVP stood between wincentxD and Klubbadeluxe, a battle that wincentxD was able to win.
The second season of Fragleague is soon coming to end, but still, there are games to be played. On Sunday the PUBG Alpha Group will be wrapped up, and the famous streamer Gabriella "Gabbie" Berthagen joins the show.
Lots of games have been played in the Top Division of the Fragleague: CS:GO Top Division. Ambush is now top of the table, closely followed by Lyngby Vikings.
In the end, Nordavind came up as the strongest team of Fragleague S2: Rocket League. They are the champions and with that, except for glory, they'll receive 25 000 SEK.
On Friday the finals of the second season of the PUBG Open Divison begins. Last Crew may have won the regular season, and Zoekt een Naam might be the strongest name in the division, but the competition is wide open.
It seems like nobody will be able to stop Quickmath this season. Week 8 proved to be another week of Finnish dominance, and it is hard to imagine them giving up that first place in the upcoming, last week of the Fragleague: PUBG Alpha Group.
With only a couple of weeks left of Fragleague, a conclusion is on the horizon. Join us tomorrow and watch games from both the Top Division of CS:GO and the Alpha Group of PUBG. Musician Stefan Engblom of the DJ duo Dada Life, is the guest of the day.
With the last qualifier in the books, we're heading into the final bracket and the fight for 50 000 SEK. The last qualifier was dominated by jallajalla, and from Qualifier #8, they will be accompanied by Discount, Flake eSports and Perfect Storm in the final bracket.
The battle for the Xtrfy's Match MVP, proved this week to be a close one. With 52% of the votes, CS:GO player dZ managed to take the win, and with that, he is awarded the Xtrfy's Match MVP.
With only two qualifiers to go, the final bracket of Fragleague S2: Rocket League is drawing closer. Will it be you and your team, who goes all the way? Join Tuesday's qualifier, and maybe that could be the case.
The Alpha Group of last Sunday proved to be a one-sided story. Nobody was able to challenge Finnish side Quickmath, who now is in an even more comfortable lead going into the last two weeks of Fragleague
Last weekend we got to witness one matchup from the bottom half of the Top Division, and one from the upper half. Djungelboken picked up points on leading team Lyngby Vikings, meanwhile Strong won their first game of the season.
On Sunday the Fragleague show will be visited by CS:GO player Hege "Hedje" Botnen, and of course, there'll be great games from both PUBG and CS:GO.
It's been a great week for the Danish teams in the Top Division of CS:GO. Lyngby Vikings are now top of the table, with Ambush in second place.
Once again we'll see a CS:GO player being awarded the Xtrfy's MVP. This time it was Division 1 player Taj of Blekingelaget that won the voting.
The seventh qualifier of Fragleague gave us many even games, but in conclusion, it was Skruvat Esports that was the strongest side of the qualifier. They lost only one game in the entire bracket, and with that, they proceed to the final bracket together with Tos Tr Esport, Norwegian Bim Bam and Karhun Kaatajat.
We are getting closer to the last week of this season of Fragleague. Here's all dates, times, formats as well as awesome prizes from Xtrfy that you need to know.
The final bracket of Fragleague S2: Rocket League is soon filled, but still there is time to qualify. Tomorrow, Tuesday, the sixth qualifier to the final bracket takes place, and you don't want to miss it.
After several weeks of domination by Finnish side Quickmath, there were new teams edging out last weekend. YMCA Gaming was the winners of week 6, and Elgiganten Gaming started their hunt for the first place.
Quickmath has proved to be a real force to be reckoned with in the Fragleague: PUBG Top Division. We contacted their player Antti "Ensolenso" Siurua, to talk about the ongoing season.
Tomorrow, Sunday, Fragleague continues with great games from both the PUBG and CS:GO. Norwegian streamer Emilie "Emzia" Helgesen is joining the show, to share her insight from the world of streaming.
We only got to see one game from the Top Division of CS:GO last weekend, but it was a good one. Lavin showed they are in form, meanwhile, Lilmix has to go back to the drawing board after losing the game 0-2.
In the sixth qualifier of Fragleague S2, there was one team to rule them all. Rexxar dominated the qualifier, without losing a single game. They'll be able to show off their skill on again in the final bracket, together with Walkover?, High Fly and The Undateables, who also made it out of Qualifier #6.