The Danes completed their debut with their two new players, Ismail “refrezh” Ali and Rasmus “sjuush” Beck, in successful fashion as they beat Kamen “bubble” Kostadinov‘s VOYVODA in the upper quarter-finals and Cloud9 in a close two-map semi-final series to lock their spot at the main event.
Meanwhile, Complexity survived a tough encounter with Movistar Riders in the opening round before putting on a dominant showing in the deciding series against OG, who are playing the tournament with Nikolaj “niko” Kristensen as a stand-in.
K23 are the only team eliminated from the closed qualifier at the moment. Another elimination match between Nordavind and Movistar Riders is currently underway before the competition moves on to the lower bracket semi-finals and final on Sunday.
DreamHack Masters Spring is slated to take place on April 29-May 9, possibly at a studio location, depending on the development of the global situation. Four teams have qualified for the event so far, including the aforementioned duo as well as paiN and Spirit, who secured their spots by winning DreamHack Open January in Europe and North America.