Dobry Gaming won the RGN Pro Series Europe following a 2-1 victory over dignitas (14-16 on de_train, 19-17 on de_overpass and 16-14 on de_cobblestone).
The European division of the RGN Pro Series came to a close with a repeat of the Upper Bracket final, with dignitas seeking revenge against the former Gamers2 squad, who are currently known as Dobry Gaming.
Due to coming from the Upper Bracket, Dobry Gaming needed to win just one best-of-three series to take home the big prize, while dignitas had to win two series.
ex-Gamers2 win RGN Pro Series Europe
And things looked to be going the way of dignitas at first as they took the lead in the game following a 16-14 win on de_train, where Markus “Kjaerbye” Kjærbye really excelled. However, Michał “MICHU” Müller and Grzegorz “SZPERO” Dziamałek picked up the pace in the following two maps, helping Dobry Gaming to turn the series around with close 19-17 and 16-14 wins on de_overpass and de_cobblestone, respectively.
RGN Pro Series Europe final standings:
1. Dobry Gaming – $7,000
2. dignitas – $2,000
3. E-frag.net – $1,000