DreamHack Montreal wasn't the only CS:GO tournament to conclude this past weekend, as the ESG Tour Mykonos also took place as well, and it was to be Mousesports who emerged as the dominant force, earning themselves 100,000 euros for their win as well.
Eight teams went into the competition, with Mousesports actually coming second in their group, behind SK Gaming, losing their only match 19-15 to the Brazilians, and they joined Virtus Pro and Team Liquid in the playoffs, leaving Gambit, BIG, Heroic, and EnVyUs eliminated.
In the playoffs SK were dealt a surprise defeat by Team Liquid, while Mousesports beat Virtus Pro 2-1 and Team Liquid 3-2 in close ties to earn themselves the trophy. SK have some consolation by winning the third place match, but did you expect them to win?
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