Triumph CS:GO Qualify for ESL Pro League

After a long and arduous season, Triumph CSGO has finally proved themselves to make it to the next level of competitive play. The team had to win one game against Team One in the ESEA Season 33: Premier Division, North America Finals to advance on from MDL.

This match also marked the last time we were to play with Triumph alumni Rahul “Curry” Nemani and Micheal “Grim” Wince. Grim was allowed to play with us by his new team Team Liquid due to roster lock restrictions, and Curry wished to play this one last game before leaving the pro scene to focus on college. We’re thankful to both of them for lending their skills to us just one last time, and wish them all the best of luck in the future.

A fantastic performance managed to lead the team onto victory. The team had a one map advantage going in, due to being the upper bracket team, before proceeding to win 16-8 on Nuke, and then 16-9 on Inferno to seal out the match. With a solid match overall, the team then took the win 3-0, granting them a spot in the Pro League

It’s the biggest win of the year, regardless of how you measure it. Proud of everyone on our team for getting to EPL. Now to the next chapter. We are around to stay. Shawn Bischoff – Triumph General Manager

The team will be joining North American Pro League Division this September, where they will face off against some of the best teams in the world.