Leogaming CS:GO eSports team from Ukraine beats 4 rivals and wins the tournament
Leogaming CS:GO eSports team from Ukraine won the WhiteBit Crypto Open 8 EU EAST – 2nd Season tournament. Members of the eSports team managed to beat four rivals despite the fact that one of the teams was armed with one of the most resultative snipers ‘AiyvaN’ and the famous rifler ‘kenzor’.
“We would like to congratulate guys on a brilliant victory in this tournament and a well-deserved result. Thanks to their hard training, analysis of rivals, and well-coordinated work, they managed to achieve the highest result. LEO International Payment System and IBOX BANK will continue to support the team, acting as the main sponsors to achieve new victories in the world of eSports,” said Alona Shevtsova, CEO of LEO International Payment System and shareholder of IBOX BANK.
Here are the results of Leogaming in WhiteBit Crypto Open 8 EU EAST – 2nd Season tournament on July 30:
– Leogaming defeated the Racers team with a score of 16:6
– Leogaming defeated the ‘proteingang’ team with a score of 16:11 (AiyvaN and kenzor played for this team)
– Leogaming won against the Family team with a score of 16:11
– Leogaming defeated Kis Kis with a score of 16:3.
All replays of the matches can be found on the official page of LeoGaming on Twitch.
The WhiteBit Open tournament season started in July. The prize fund of the competition is $1,500: $500 for first place, $250 for the second, and the rest of the teams receive prizes in the amount of $10 to $50 depending on the position in the final ranking.
Earlier, the Leogaming CS:GO eSports team from Ukraine managed to beat the team of Deko streamer from Russia. In addition, LeoGaming CS:GO eSports team from Ukraine managed to get a fundamental victory over the team where the ex-sniper of Leogaming plays now.
It is worth noting that Leogaming manages to demonstrate new achievements after hiring a new coach.
At the end of July, it was reported Evgeny ‘PRof1’ Karnachev became the new coach of the team. He is a semi-professional player, winner of many Ukrainian championships, and an experienced highly qualified coach. The new coach intends to bring the team to the TOP-100 of the world.