#HSH Week 8: Group D Preview
The last group of #HomeSweetHomes final week is upon us and as always we preview the teams. AGF Esport, Complexity Gaming, Hard Legion ...
#HomeSweetHome will be played over the span of 8 weeks and every week in itself is as a mini tournament. Each group plays out in a day and this time around it's time for us to have a look at group B. The group is most definitely a hard one to evaluate, but two teams will move on from the group to fight for the $40,000 that will be awarded at the end of the week. If you want to read more about #HomeSweetHome you can head over to our event page!
AGO is the Polish hope in this tournament and consists of two quite well known names in Furlan and GruBy, who has been with AGO since 2017. The results have been quite up and down as Furlan and GruBy has shaken up the roster time after time, with little or no success. With all that said AGO still comes with big hopes to #HomeSweetHome as they are more than able to challenge most teams attending. A big positive for the Polish squad is that, honestly, they have fortunately ended up in what we see as the easiest group possible.
Endpoint is an interesting team that was put together at the beginning of the year, consisting of three British players, one dutch man and one swede. Since then the results have been a mixed bag, but in DreamHack Open Anaheim the squad at least managed to pick up a respectable win against forZe. Endpoint can upset even better teams, but that requires players like Thomas, Surreal and robiin to really be on their best. It is unlikely that Endpoint will do massive damage in #HomeSweetHome, but the chances are definitely there and their opening game against AGO will be a a big part of determining their fate.
Ivan “Rock1nG” Stratiev
Denislav “dennyslaw” Dimitrov
Kostadin “rafftu” Turbinov
Alex “Rainwaker” Petrov
Teodor “SPELLAN” Nikolov
SKADE was assembled in the fall of 2019 and the results since then has mostly consisted of disappointing results in qualifiers for tier 2-3 events. The bulgarians have this far not reached any higher heights, but they can call themselves fortunate to have ended up in this group, since it might give them some chances to make the playoffs. Chances are more than likely slim and SKADE will have to look at this as a learning experience that could make them a contender further down the line.
Singularity threw this Danish mix of players together in the beginning of the year, and with being completely transparent, the results since are nothing short of disappointing. Failed qualifiers is the name of the game for Singularity this far and the only name that sticks out in the team is mertz, who had quite successful ventures in North and Heroic the past years. Chances for Singularity to make a mark in #HomeSweetHome in the first week are very slim and the only upside is that their group draw is very fortunate.
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