G2 and Vitality have qualified for the Legends Stage of the PGL Major Antwerp after a flawless run in the Challengers Stage.
Two of the favourites to advance, it is no surprise to see them moving on as the only teams with a flawless record.
Vitality, who defeated Complexity and Astralis in dominant fashion in their best of one matches, faced forZe in the first qualification match, and were made to work hard by the Russian side.
The French-Danish roster looked at risk of an upset when forZe claimed their map pick to kick off the series, but Vitality quickly gained control of the series, stealing forZe's map pick of Dust 2 16-9 before a comfortable 16-12 victory on Mirage sent them through.
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G2 took on ENCE in the second qualification match and although this series went the full three maps, G2 always had control of proceedings.
They took the opening map, their pick of Dust2, by a dominant 16-9 scoreline and made ENCE sweat on their pick of Ancient.
ENCE are known for their strong performances on Ancient, but they let a 7-1 start slip away and needed overtime to overcome G2 19-17.
Mirage saw G2 establish a 7-1 lead of their own, and although their lead was whittled away to 8-7 at the half, G2 were too strong on the defensive side, taking eight of the 10 rounds to win the series 16-9.
Both ENCE and forZe drop into the 2-1 pool but still have two chances to qualify for the Legends Stage.
forZe take on Outsiders, while ENCE face Bad News Eagles, with the winners taking the third and fourth slots in the Legends Stage, leaving just four remaining.
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