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FUT sweep Case Esports to face Team Vitality in the Grand Final - VRL Finals Day 7

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In the Lower Bracket Final of VRL - Finals, FUT Esports pulled out a quick 3-0 win against Case Esports and had their names written against Team Vitality in the Grand Finals.


The first map of the Lower Bracket Final was FUT’s pick, Bind. The Turkish team started the series with an impressive pistol-round performance but they failed to keep their momentum in the later stages of the first half. FUT Esports failed to spread their dominance to the whole half as Case Esports managed to defend the bomb sites in the last five rounds. FUT did manage to plant the bomb in the last three rounds but their post-plant performances were not optimal. Case led the half with a score of 7-5. Alexandr "falltw" Chernukhin’s 12-kill Brimstone performance was one of the most important points of their defense but Berkant "Wolfen" Joshkun’s Chamber was also effective as usual. On FUT’s side, Serhat "Muj" Yüksel had an impressive performance with a 1.32 rating and 12 kills on Raze. The other Chamber of the game, Konuralp "qw1" Şahin, grabbed 3 first bloods and held a 1.18 rating. The Turkish team won another pistol round to start things off in the second half. Muj once again stepped up with a 3-kill Raze performance in the first round of the second half. FUT dominated the second half and only lost two rounds. Their defense was totally unplayable to attack against and the team picked up the first victory of the series after a 13-9 win on Bind. Konuralp "qw1" Şahin and Doğukan "qRaxs" Balaban reached Muj in terms of kills and they all grabbed 19 kills each. However, Muj and Furkan "MrFaliN" Yegen held the best ratings with a 1.15 to lead their teams on the battlefield.


Case Esports’ first pick of the day was Haven and the map started with FUT being 1-0 ahead in the series. Case’s attacks were on point in the early and mid stages of the game but just like the first map, the defending team dominated the map in the later stages of the first half. The Spanish champions failed to execute their attacking moves against the opposing team in the last five rounds. FUT won the last five rounds by wiping out the enemies and they did not even need to play any post-plants. As usual, Wolfen’s Chamber was the leader on the side of Case. MrFaliN’s Omen played a huge role in FUT’s 7-5 lead in the first half. The Turkish smoker held a remarkable 1.77 rating and secured 14 kills with a 2.8 K/D. FUT won the pistol round of the second half and the first gun round, which was very important for them to make Case accept the fact of their dominance. However, things did not go as planned for a while as Case won four rounds in a row to stop their run. This stopped FUT for a couple more rounds but Case’s efforts were not enough to win the game as FUT closed out the second map after 24 rounds, 13-11. MrFaliN had one of the best performances in a while as he held a 1.62 rating while grabbing 26 kills on a smoker.


FUT had an important chance to sweep Case on their second map pick, Breeze. Štěpán "Ambi" Beránek and Alexandr "falltw" Chernukhin grabbed four kills in total to win the pistol round of the third map but Muj played out of his mind in the second round, grabbing three kills. This pretty much wrapped up the game in a way because the mental advantage was on FUT’s side. The Turkish team led the half with 8 rounds in total. Muj had a 1.70 rating and a 3.75 K/D on the defensive side of the map and he denied three pushes from Case, dropping three first bloods. The dominance continued in the second half and FUT won the last map easily, 13-6. Muj was the maestro on paper but Buğra "MOJJ" Kiraz also had a massive performance with a 1.39 rating and 18 kills on Viper.

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Grand Final

FUT will come up against Team Vitality in the Grand Final today. The first match between the two teams ended in favor of the French champions and now this will be the second round of the competition. More information is on the events page.

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