Guns of Boom Season Two is well underway and the First Pro Series Tournament starts tomorrow. This is also going to be the first live event since the Gods of Boom kick-off in Katowice earlier this March. First Pro Series event will be held at the Dallas Arlington Esports Stadium in Texas, while the second one in June will take us straight to Brasil. You can watch all matches live on the official Guns of Boom Esports YouTube channel. Let’s peek a bit at what awaits us at Dallas, shall we?
After two matches of the sheer thrill and unpredictability in the semi-finals of the qualifiers against team Simplicity, the Impact Gaming team successfully fought their way through to the finals (2:0) and secured their spot at the Dallas Arlington Stadium Event. In the finals, they also defeated the second participant in the Season 2 Pro Series Cup, team Eanix, with the score of 3:1.
Formerly known as Yakuza, team Eanix also had a rough time trying to get into the finals. They faced Only Nation team in the semi’s and after two matches with wild turnarounds, managed to tip the scale in their favor and book the flight to Dallas.
After an excellent start in the Guns of Boom Season 2 Spring Chellenges, team forZe continued to stack points and rightfully earned their presence at the Pro Series Cup in Dallas. It will be interesting to see how they will handle the battle-hardened competitors from all four covered regions.
Although they didn’t have much luck during the final stage of the Chellenger, the team UnBreakable still managed to show some really good team play and organization in the qualifiers, especially in the Control the Point mode, and thus won the ticket to Dallas.
The only ones that managed to defeat the unstoppable 2Ez4_ALL STARS team were the IND_Wolves. And what better way to end the streak than in the final match of the qualifiers. They secured the second place before the score reset and got to participate in the Pro Series Cup, possibly in the Gods of Boom event also. Well done indeed.
Given their immense success in the LATAM Challenger series, the BrazuKas team also managed to earn their place at the Major event tomorrow. They are one of the few teams that more often than not tightly held the first position, sometimes with over 150 points to spare.
The prize of $40.000 will surely light some sparks between the teams, but the real fire will come from the battles themselves.