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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:47pm 27/03/18 | 1 Comments
After the New York Excelsior lost the Stage 1 Finals to London Spitfire after being up two games, fans were hoping that they could reverse the curse when they found themselves in a similar situation being down 2-0 to Philadelphia Fusion. Which is exactly what they did when in a stunning reverse sweep took out the Stage 2 Finals 3-2.

And in the process claiming the $100,000 USD bonus for the win. With Philadelphia getting $25,000 USD for being runners up. Fusion were looking pretty good going into the final match-up as they took out Stage 1 winners London Spitfire in the semi-final lead-up. Before ultimately losing out to the top-seeded Excelsior.

Teams will now go on a short break until the beginning of Stage 3 on Thursday, April 5 AEST/NZST. Where in addition to a fresh start for all, will see the addition of Blizzard World into the map pool.

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Mr Solis
Posted 02:45am 29/3/18
might want to think about using article headings that don't spoil esports results at a glance
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