The ESL One Birmingham 2024: Western Europe (WEU) Closed Qualifier grand final witnessed an exciting battle between Tundra Esports and OG, with Tundra emerging victorious to advance to the main event. Tundra’s versatile gameplay and formidable drafts allowed them to maintain control for the majority of the series, ultimately securing a 3-1 triumph over OG.
Tundra Esports vs OG: Match Recap and Highlights
Tundra dominated the early game, amassing a significant advantage before securing a victory in 53 minutes due to flawless teamfight execution.
Tundra capitalized on their clear combat strategy, overpowering OG in 33 minutes as OG’s draft faltered in the later stages.
OG initially took the lead but a pivotal teamfight turned the tide in Tundra’s favor, allowing them to secure a win in 54 minutes through strategic farming and teamfight execution.
A seesaw battle ensued, with both teams relinquishing leads multiple times. Tundra emerged victorious in 40 minutes after executing crucial teamfights that led to a devastating push into OG’s base.
Despite OG and Tundra Esports qualifying for DreamLeague Season 22, Tundra’s win in this ESL One Birmingham qualifier served as redemption for their previous loss to OG, showcasing their significant improvement over time.
While Tundra prepares for the DreamLeague in late February 2024, OG will return for BetBoom Dacha Dubai 2024 on 4th Feb, before the ESL One Birmingham 2024 event takes place in April 2024.
Q: What tournament did Tundra Esports and OG compete in?
A: They competed in the ESL One Birmingham 2024: Western Europe (WEU) Closed Qualifier grand final.
Q: What was the final score between Tundra Esports and OG?
A: Tundra Esports secured a 3-1 victory over OG in the grand final.
Q: What upcoming events are Tundra Esports and OG participating in?
A: Tundra will participate in the DreamLeague in late February 2024, while OG will return for BetBoom Dacha Dubai 2024 on 4th Feb, followed by ESL One Birmingham 2024 in April 2024.
Q: Which player from Tundra Esports was highlighted for their performance in the series?
A: Edgar “9Class” Naltakian from Tundra Esports was notably commended for his performance, particularly in the fourth game of the series.
Tundra Esports’ triumph over OG in the ESL One Birmingham 2024: WEU Qualifier grand final showcased their tactical prowess and growth as a team. With captivating gameplay and strategic executions, they secured a well-deserved victory and advanced to the main event.