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Gsl Vs World Team World: Zerg Video[GSL vs. the World 2019] Grand Finals Elazer vs Serral (Part1)
Last year saw eventually BlizzCon finalists Serral and Stats meeting in one of the most exciting matches of the year, with the Finnish Zerg clinching a close series over the Korean Protoss.
Next up will be a best-of-nine, team-versus-team exhibition match. Finally, team Captains will alternate sending out GSL and The World players, until a full 8 rounds have been played out — with a special Ace match if the score remains tied up!
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Legacy of the Void Patch 4. Round of 16 Bo5. Dark 2. August 15, - KST. Elazer 3. Some would call his plays cheesy—we say they're audacious and decisive.
He's a player who always hunting for an upset, and a trip to Seoul could see him take down his biggest prey yet.
The World is may end up being the next big step in the seventeen-year-old Terran's development. Clem has so far shown a great deal of potential but still lacks the resume and accomplishments to really stand out from his peers.
Executing unorthodox and old-school strategies with exquisite finesse, Kelazhur is a tricky foe for anyone to face. Combining his potent mechanics and hand-speed with a keen tactical sense, uThermal has left many an opponent dizzied and outmaneuvered.
His frenetic style is a joy to watch, and could even present a challenge for the mighty Koreans. He's quickly regained his footing since making his return, leaving fans to wonder if he can best his most famous feat: a sweep of Team Korea in the finals of Nation Wars III.
The rising star has looked to upstage at Serral at every turn, but still finds himself trailing far behind in terms of non-Circuit success.
A high finish at GSL vs. The World could be the next step in his meteoric ascent. Elazer : Despite being one of the many former champions to be overshadowed in Serral's rise, Elazer has remained one of Europe's true innovators who is unafraid of going for unique and exceptional builds heck, even soO went straight to an Elazer VOD when he needed a Nydus build for a must-win GSL match.
While Europe may be flooded with strong Zergs, Elazer's style makes him particularly suited for a battle against the Koreans. She's also turned that experience into a rare championship on Korean soil, winning IEM Pyeongchang in While Scarlett's form may be erratic, she's proven she can beat the Koreans to a championship when she's operating at her peak.
In theory, Lambo knows where Korean progamers have blind spots and holes in their game. Why not give him a chance to put those theories to the test?
How can he make the jump to the next level? Perhaps his countryman SpeCial has the answer: make the pilgrimage to Korea and fight for survival in the most competitive scene.
Nine years later, competing in GSL vs. The World would be a homecoming of sorts for the veteran Zerg, completing the circle and giving him a chance to prove that he's going strong after a long and eventful career.
ShoWTimE : ShoWTimE takes the archetype of a defensive macro Protoss to its extreme, able to miraculously hold off attacks no one else could withstand.
It's no wonder he's earned the nickname "die Mauer" the Wall. PtitDrogo : Few players are as proud to represent their country as PtitDrogo, who rocked a beret at the Global Finals.
Who knows what we'll see from the Frenchman should he earn a spot on Team World—will it be solid macro play, or will it be galaxy-brain subversions of the current meta?
Probe : A prominent figure in the Australian StarCraft scene, Probe has proven that you don't have to hail from one of the 'major' regions to have an impact on international competition.
The World could be Probe's chance to leave his strongest impression yet. Goblin : Europe's rising stars aren't just Zergs and Terrans—Protoss fans also have someone to look forward to in Goblin.
The creative-minded youngster from Croatia could be easy pickings for the veteran Koreans, IF they scout out his style beforehand.
Of course, history tells us that's a very big IF. Should he get the opportunity, Goblin could end up being the most entertaining and confounding player of the tournament.
Astrea : After competing for several years, Astrea finally had his breakout season in WCS Winter by finishing in the top six of the Americas tournament.
Harstem : A true social butterfly and soul of every HomeStory Cup party, Harstem should be looking to prove that just like every year since is the Year of Harstem.
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