Kinguin and Complexity qualifies for Montreal

The qualifiers for DreamHack ASTRO Open Montreal have been played and yielded two new contestants for the upcoming tournament only one week away. As we congratulate compLexity (NA) and Kinguin (EU) for qualifying, we now have the full line-up of teams competing for a $100,000 prize pool in Canada.

The Polish squad Kinguin joins the competition as a replacement team. Initially it was the Turkish team Space Soldiers who managed to qualify to Montreal in the EU qualifier, but because they weren’t able to obtain VISA’s in time, due the embassy being closed for holidays, Space Soldiers were forced to forfeit their slot. We moved down the list and checked with teams next in line, due to visas a few teams were unable to compete. The invite spot went to Kinguin based on their qualifier result and their current ranking.

Also joining the frey are Gale Force and Luminosity, both through the two remaining invitation slots, based on the qualifiers results as well as their current ranking.

Teams

compLexity

Rory “dephh ” Jackson
Brad “androidx23” Foder
Alec “Slemmy” White
Jacob “yay” Whiteaker
Peter “ptr” Gurney
(Coach) Matt “Warden” Dickens

Kinguin

Michał “MICHU” Müller
Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek
Mikołaj “mouz” Karolewski
Karol “rallen” Rodowicz
Bartosz “Hyper” Wolny
(Coach) Mariusz “Loord” Cybulski

Watch it live

DreamHack Montreal will take place September 8-10th and what better way is there than to watch an esports tournament live? To experience DreamHack ASTRO Open first hand you need a valid entrance ticket, which can be found here.

If you can’t make it to Montreal we will also be streaming the show on multiple platforms live online, links to these will be provided shortly.

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