ECS Season 5 - EU
Europe dominated the field during Season 4, with the top-four teams all coming from the region. Will Season 5 see more of the same?

Event Dates:
March 13, 2018 through May 12, 2018

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Recaps Of This Event

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Read the latest news about players competing in ECS Season 5 - EU

Perfect on Cobblestone
April 6, 2018
KRIMZ posted a 40/35 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Gambit in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
KRIMZ' start on the CT-side was a slow one as Gambit's offensive aggression picked up the pistol and claimed the following anti-eco's. KRIMZ finally got on the board in the gun round and began to turn things around as his defensive stance on B helped hold the drop split for seven rounds. Up 7-3, Gambit finally put a stop to KRIMZ and co. to pick up five straight and take the first half 8-7. However, Gambit was unable to carry their momentum into the second half as KRIMZ' 122.2 ADR and 1.64 rating helped Fnatic take the series lead 16-8. KRIMZ experienced another slow start in the first half, but this time it was on the T-side of Overpass, where Gambit tacked on four straight before Fnatic could respond. KRIMZ contributed to the close rounds Fnatic were able to win, but the second half was dismal with nothing to show in the two rounds won for a 16-8 loss in the split.
Busted on Overpass
April 6, 2018
Lekr0 posted a 32/31 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Gambit in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
After taking on a 3-0 deficit to start Cobblestone, Lekr0 finally found his groove in Round 4 with a solid hold on the B-bombsite to help claim Fnatic's first round of the series. From there, Lekr0 held the line on the B-bombsite as well as the late rotations to A to build a solid economy and add six more rounds to their lead. Up 7-3, Gambit finally broke the streak and began to crank out the rounds against Lekr0 and co. to edge the half to 8-7. Unable to carry their momentum, Lekr0 cracked down on the T-side and ripped through the defense of Gambit to take the series lead 16-8, thanks to Lekr0's 18/12 KD and 78.6 ADR. The series shifted to Overpass, where another slow start harassed Fnatic's T-side, but this time Lekr0 struggled to find the frags and Fnatic barely claimed their rounds. The second-half wonder was just not there this time around, as Gambit pressed on to pick up a series split 16-8.
Quiet in split
April 6, 2018
flusha went 29/41 on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Gambit in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
A slow start for flusha turned around in Round 4 when he finally got a hold of a rifle in their gun round to pick up the first for his team. flusha continued on the CT-side to hold off the Gambit offense for six straight, taking the lead 7-3. However, Gambit managed to turn things back around, breaking the economy of flusha to edge the first-half lead to 8-7. The second half was a different story, as flusha found several opening kills to help his team close out rounds, securing an economy to take the half with nine straight. The series then landed on Overpass, where flusha could not catch a break with some unfortunate luck trying to get his team back in the picture. Unfortunately, Fnatic couldn't keep up with seized's Gambit as the CIS giants split the series with a 16-8 win.
Rebounds on Overpass
April 6, 2018
seized posted a 37/32 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split with Fnatic in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
seized's week began on Cobblestone, where the CIS giants came out of the gates red hot for a 3-0 lead for the T-side. Shortly, Fnatic turned around to hand Gambit their first deficit of the week as the Swedes picked up seven straight. Down 7-3, seized once again came out on top in their gun round and pressed on to pick up five straight to claim the first half 8-7 lead. Unfortunately, seized couldn't pick up any chance in the second half as Fnatic rode off with the series lead, 16-8. Things began to turn around for seized on Overpass with a solid 4-0 lead that turned out to be the foundation to his 9-6 run for the first-half lead. Despite fewer frags through both halves, seized kept his composure through all 24 rounds to pick up the split with a 16-8 win on Overpass.
Silently earns the split
April 6, 2018
mou earned a 29/30 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Fnatic in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
A 3-0 start on Cobblestone quickly turned sour for mou as Fnatic came rallying back to claim the lead with seven straight. mou was then able to pick up the slack in their gun round to reduce the deficit with several entry kills and post-plant holds to secure the 8-7 lead. However, his momentum in the second half was killed as the Swedes claimed all nine rounds to take the series lead. Another chance for mou to get back into the action came in Overpass as his defenses held on for a 4-0 lead. Fnatic tried to equalize the score, but mou kept his composure and retained the lead at the half, 9-6. The second half was all Gambit with the help of mou's 14/13 KD and 67.4 ADR to take the series split.
Secures Overpass in split
April 6, 2018
Dosia clinched a 44/34 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against Fnatic in Week 3 of ECS Season 5.
ANALYSIS
Dosia had a rather slow start to the series despite taking the first three rounds on Cobblestone for the T-side. Fnatic turned around the first half with seven straight tacked on the scoreboard, but Dosia managed to get his wits together to press on for five straight and claim the 8-7 lead. The second half was a turnaround point as Dosia could only muster a 14/16 KD and 57.4 ADR in the 16-8 loss. However, Dosia finally broke out of his shell when the series landed on Overpass, where his defenses were lights out and his aggression led the team to a 9-6 half. Through the second half, Dosia continued his dominance to only give up two rounds to the Swedes as he picked up a team-leading 30/18 KD and 128.5 ADR to clinch the series split.