In the spring ESL PUBG Masters, Entropiq got comfortably through the qualification phase, Stage 1 and 2 all the way to the 16 best European teams. In the weekend Grand Finals they fought for a $50,000 prize pool and points to the PUBG Global Champinship leaderboard.
Entropiq started traditionally aggressive, went for every kill, they were one of the most active teams, but couldn’t manage to get even to the TOP5 in any of the 18 maps. We were lacking those points and finished on the 13th place for $750 and 10 PGC points. Needless to say that expectations were higher. You can find the complete results on Liquipedia.
Have you seen our vlog from PUBG bootcampu?
Captain Dominik “Hawki” Gryga evaluated team’s performance in ESL Masters on his Facebook:
“ESL Masters is over!
We finished TOP13 EU.
Unfortunately we didn’t meet our expectations and we end in the second half of the leaderboard.
Overall I’m disappointed, because after the first day I for the first time felt that we have what it takes as a team to be on the highest level and we can even win the whole thing. Unfortunately we failed the second day it all went south from there.
On the other hand I’m glad that we managed to get back to the Tier 1 lobby after so many playstyle changes. It’s just the beginning of the season and I believe that we can’t take it as a failure. We continue with the Finnish league on Tuesday.
I’d like to thank you all for your support! You were quite noticeable. We appreciate it a lot and it drives us forward.
I’d also want to thank @am_i_divine and @theroughbaby for a great casting and guys from @entropiqteam with the help with everything.
I hope you enjoyed it!
Thank you for your support.”