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Eight international CS:GO teams are set to clash tomorrow at the WirForce 2016 Counter Strike: Global Offensive Tournament in Taipei, Taiwan. They fight for the lion's share of the 10,000USD prize pool. One of the teams fighting this week for CS:GO supremacy, hails from the Philippines.
The PH representatives were set to be decided with the MPGL8 CS:GO Championship Leg Playoffs, which was won by the rookie team 1nconsistent. The MPGL8 champions were unable to secure visas, preventing them from completely participating in the international tournament. Fellow, PH CS:GO team G1 Wolves have taken up the challenge. 1nconsistent AWPer and MPGL8 Rookie of the Year Andrei AidreN Catangan will be joining G1 in Taiwan in place of his team.
Be sure to support the PH fighters in the WirForce 2016 tournament. We'll continue to bring updates on their progress in the event, so stay tuned to Mineski.net.