Saturday night was Danish Astralis and us Team Liquid for the ninth time in two years dueling in the a final.
This time had to battle to stand in Bahrain, where the BLAST Pro Series Global Final has been held the past few days. The danes, as in earlier in the tournament had beaten Team Liquid 2-0, continued as also the good shape.
In the final, the first map, Inferno, were the danes so in front of the whole 8-0, before the americans got scraped a round for themselves.
Astralis left off then gas it a bit, but there was never any doubt the victory on Inferno, which ended with 16-11 in the danes ' favor.
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in Particular, Peter 'Dupreeh' Rasmussen delivered to the danes on the first map, which he joined on 26 kills and a rating of 1.37.
At the Nuke came Team Liquid is better from the start, and led after the first half with 8-7. More, it was just not to.
in Particular, Nicolai 'Device' Reedtz made it difficult for the americans, and the Danish stjernespiller was strong, contributing to Astralis with a victory at 16-12 able to lift the last trophy.
With the trophy in Bahrain waiting for the christmas for the danes, saith the Astralis-captain Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander.
- It is so cool to end the year with a title and a trophy. I think it is 19. Astralis-trophy in three years, and it says little about how much we have achieved. But we have not reached our goal yet, and that comes much more from us in the future.
- Now we need to keep a little vacation and to see family and friends, and it will be great to be able to relax. But I know that only go a couple of weeks, so we are hungry again, says 'gla1ve'.
Astralis closes thus 2019 as the team opened it - as the number one in the world. Along the way, the site has been lent to the just Team Liquid.
- We are constantly asked about Astralis-era, and it is to be the world's best ever. In the end it is the results and the story that will give the answer - for our part, it's all about, getting better and better all the time. It is then up to the others to beat us!
With the victory wins Astralis therefore, this year's sixth and final trophy, which at the same time, ensure a prize money of around 2.5 million Danish kroner.
As an extra feather in the hat was Peter 'Dupreeh' Rasmussen named the tournament's most valuable player.