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IDKASKUR wins Mogul Shootout Series 8 finals

The Mogul Shootout Finals for November was held yesterday, and IDKASKUR secures the victory.

The finals for Series 8 Mogul Shootout saw a lot of action in a single day. The winners have been crowned, and they are IDKASKUR from Singapore.

IDKASKUR had performed amazingly throughout the qualifiers. They remained consistent, defeating CB.Online Esport, Xavier E-sports and Team Lito. While Xavier E-sports gave them a tough competition, their matches against Team Lito and CB.Online Esport proved to be quite a breeze for them, winning by a score of 16-2 and 16-3 respectively.

They were received a bye in the first round, which automatically advanced them to the second round. In the second round, they were matched yet again with CB.Online Esport, who had defeated their sister team CB.Online.CSGO in the first round. Yet again, IDKASKUR proved the better team, and defeated them 2-0 in a best of three, thus advancing to the finals. They played their critical finals bout against Xavier E-sports, who they knocked out of a BO3 match-up with a score of 2-0.

In the fight for the third place finish, CB.Online Esport were pitted against Aerious, who Xavier E-sports defeated earlier. Aerious, however, would not lose this time, winning with a score of 2-0.

With this victory, IDKASKUR wins the top $500 prize money, while Xavier E-sport, who finished second gets a decent $350. The third place winners, Aerious, won a total of $200. In addition, all the participants were given 1,000 Razer Zsilver, which they can use to redeem some amazing discounts and offers over at Razer's zVault.

If you missed out on the action, worry not, Mogul Arena hosts daily cups for CS:GO as well as Dota 2.  Right now the Series 8 of the Mogul Mayhem Finals for Dota 2 still has two eligible team slots. If you're a regular participant in Mogul tournaments, you might want to check out if your team made the cut!

The finals will be cast by Mineski Events Team on their Twitch channel.

Mogul Arena also hosts tournaments for games like VainGlory, League of Legends and Blackout. You can visit here to register.


MN | Rudraaksh

MN | Rudraaksh

Rudraaksh is a dentist by trade but a gamer by heart. He’s written for adventure sports website and volunteered for a Germany based newsletter, but is currently taking the esports scene by storm.

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