Counter-Strike: Global Offensive MIBR vs. Cloud9 cs_summit 7

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The cs_summit 7 matches between MIBR and Cloud9 have concluded. The matchup between the two teams was played in a best of three series.

Overpass was the first map of the series. MIBR demolished Cloud9 in the first half, taking them to a 13-2 scoreline, which no one predicted. Daniel "danoco" Morgado carried MIBR with 17 kills in the first half. Aside from danoco's performance, the team had insane coordination that made them pull rounds with ease. In the second half, however, Cloud9 switched up gears and started to come back slowly.

Cloud9 made an unexpected comeback from a 2-13 scoreline without dropping a single round. They won the game with a 16-13 scoreline, showing the later static score of MIBR. Alex "ALEX" McMeekin led Cloud9 with 25 kills by the end of the first map.

The second map played on, Vertigo, was a close game for both teams, but MIBR managed to win it with a 16-12 scoreline.

The decider map was Inferno. The first half was really fun to watch as we got to see Cloud9 and MIBR win alternate rounds, however, after the 3-2 scoreline in favor of Cloud9, MIBR appeared exhausted and looked like they had given up. Cloud9 went on dominating the entire map taking rounds after rounds by winning gunfights and using less utility.

The 11th round was very depressing to watch for MIBR fans as Cloud9’s ALEX clutched a 1v3 post-plant situation. He was able to stay on the site and get one kill at a time, and when MIBR took down Alex, MIBR had no more time to defuse the bomb. MIBR got a few rounds after that, yet Cloud9 won the match with a 16-8 scoreline.

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