Professional CS: GO Players Experiencing Issues at EU Minor

Gamers at the EU Minor in Bucharest are reporting that there is no internet at the venue, preventing them from practicing.

The EU Minor, hosted by PGL, CSGO AWP Skins,will take place from November 2nd-5th and feature eight teams fighting for two spots in the ELEAGUE Boston Major 2018 Main Qualifier which will take place in January.

The Valve sponsored Majors are the most important tournaments in the CS: GO calendar and every team will be looking to bring their best at the Minor in order to get one step closer to Boston.

Unfortunately, it appears that players are unable to get their practice in with less than 24 hours to go before the matches begin.

GODSENT’s Dennis ‘dennis’ Edman took to Twitter on November 1st to ask PGL for an update on “internet issues”, claiming that he and his team “really really want to practice”.

This Tweet comes just hours after EnVy’s Cédric ‘RpK’ Guipouy tweeted a picture of one of the practice rooms, CSGO M4A4 Skins,remarking at how good they are.

There has so far been no response or statement from PGL regarding dennis’ complaint.

The EU Small will feature a $50, 000 prize pool with 2 GSL style groups, with best-of-three matches within the elimination and decider matches, leading into a single elimination bracket.

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