Season One of the Gfinity Elite Series Australia has wrapped up following multiple weeks of fierce competition between teams in three different games.
Taking place over the course of a seven-week period, the Gfinity Elite Series Australia featured a total of six clubs from across the country battling it out for a $225,000 prize pool.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket Leauge, and Street Fighter V are all played during the Elite Series, with first five weeks of competition making up the regular season, while the top four teams then moving on to the Playoffs in week six and week seven.
Following the completion of the semi-finals, the Grand Finals were set to occur on Saturday, July 14th and Sunday, July 15th, with the Melbourne Order being represented in CSO, Rocket League, and Street Fighter V.
Melbourne Order managed to complete the perfect sweep by taking down the Sydney Chiefs 3-0 in CS:GO, Melbourne Avant Gaming 4-1 in Rocket League, and Perth Ground Zero 4-1 in Street Fighter V.
In a display of dominance truly befitting of the #EliteSeries title: newcomers @ORDER_army swept the ENTIRE SERIES with victories in the #CSGO, #SFV and #RocketLeague competitions pic.twitter.com/LzLpKqozy1— Gfinity Esports (@Gfinity) July 16, 2018
More information on the Gfinity Elite Series Australia can be found on their official website including scores, past matches, and more from across Season One.
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