Bravos win CBCS RMR, MIBR still first in the standings
CBCS RMR results
An unexpected winner takes the crown at CBCS RMR
MIBR started Sunday way better than they played on Saturday, taking Overpass away from Paqueta, even if it required to play the overtime. Their own pick of Mirage was a completely different story, as “chelo” ran rampant with 24 frags to his name, guaranteeing MIBR an extra 125 points in the South American RMR standings.
Fortunately for MIBR, those points came crucial as they managed to hold on to the first place in the rankings by the end of the event, leading the race for the only spot at the PGL Major Stockholm. It became possible once Bravos completed the comeback against Sharks Esports in the finals, picking their biggest win in CS:GO so far.
Back and forth affair on Nuke saw Bravos locking down their defence for the “16-10” dub, but “jnt”’s Sharks did not take long to respond, as Vertigo was all about them. Ancient looked to be under control of Bravos, who seized the lead at “8-1”, but once again it was Sharks Esports squad who got to the match points first at “15-11”. Down but not out, Bravos chipped at the deficit, ultimately forcing an overtime where they prevailed, “19-17” to hoist the trophy.
Bravos are now sitting less than 400 points behind in the RMR standings, so the dream about going to the Major is still more than alive and might happen after the end of the third event later this fall.