Goliath Gaming sweep Syntech Masters

Clint 'Zombie Dredd' O'Shea

Aug 5, 2019 2:20 pm

Goliath Gaming took the top spot in both titles on offer in this past weekend’s Syntech Masters. In the case of both the CS:GO and Dota 2 series, Goliath Gaming battled from the loser’s bracket to secure the championship.


The victories saw the South African MGO walk off with a cool R60,000 for their efforts.

Dota 2

The Dota 2 finals saw Goliath Gaming facing White Rabbit Gaming in the best of five series. White Rabbit Gaming entered the final with a round advantage, thanks to the flawless victory run up until then. It took Goliath Gaming the next – and only – three rounds to secure the top spot in the Dota 2 Syntech Masters Pro Series.


The final standings after the weekend saw the teams place as follows:

  • 1st Place: Goliath Gaming [R30,000 cash]
  • 2nd Place: White Rabbit Gaming [R10,000 cash]
  • 3rd Place: Sinister5 [R5,000 cash]
  • 4th Place: TKC Carry Pls

In a sequence similar to the Dota 2 finals, Goliath Gaming took the CS:GO series 3-1 coming back from a map disadvantage. However, this time it was Sinister5 on the receiving end of a loss, going home with the second place spot and R10,000 cash.


The final standings in the CS:GO Syntech Masters Pro Series:

  • 1st Place: Goliath Gaming [R30,000 cash]
  • 2nd Place: Sinister5 [R10,000 cash]
  • 3rd Place: White Rabbit Gaming [R5,000 cash]
  • 4th Place: Big 5 Esports