Who will win: an experienced team that lacks stability or a squad of young guns who lack experience playing on stage? The PGL Major Copenhagen quarterfinal match between G2 Esports and MOUZ gave an answer to that.

Before teams met each other on stage, many analysts predicted the MOUZ victory. Indeed, these young players have insane aim skills, and that could help them lift the trophy. However, playing on a big stage in front of thousands of people and playing in a closed hotel environment is too much of a difference. Yesterday, we saw Team Spirit crumble before the more experienced FaZe Clan. Today, the more experienced G2 Esports was also stronger - 2:0 (13:9 on Inferno, 13:6 on Vertigo).

Unfortunately, this match was disrupted by young people who rushed onto the stage and tried to cause havoc. The security of the event worked well, but that caused a long pause in the match. Luckily, it didn't influence the outcome of the match as G2 Esports was without a doubt a stronger team. PGL released a short statement about the incident:

Our event experienced an attempted disruption. 

We temporarily halted the match to ensure everyone's safety. 

The individuals involved were removed by the police. 

We will be pressing charges against the disruptors.


G2 Esports will face Natus Vincere in the PGL Major Copenhagen semifinals. 

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