Standing between SK and the number one spot are the European IEM champions, iNNERFiRE , Ensidia-beaters Edawgs and against All authority Rat who qualified after week two's winners got disqualified for fielding an illegible player. Another disappointing loss to the tournament was Patrick 'Inflame' Costales's team who fell to Innerfire last week.
Ironically SK Gaming EUROPE - once dubbed the best RMP in Europe - will be the only team not playing rogue/mage/priest tonight. But although their cleave setup is considered an anti-RMP comp, Ensidia proved that it isn't unbeatable at Dreamhack. However, druid/warrior/deathknight is a different prospect to priest/rogue/deathknight. In fact, there is no guarantee that they will even stick to that comp.
Whether that unpredictability will work out well remains to be seen, but you can find out by following SK's coverage here. As ever, the whole thing will be streamed live on ESL TV from 22:00 CET.
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