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  • Writer's pictureAriunzayat Yunren

The MongolZ winner at Yalla Compass"

The extraordinary The MonlgolZ exhibition at the Yalla Compass exceeded the expectations of countless CS2 fans.

Having emerged victorious at the Asian Minor in 2006, The MongolZ has undeniably made a lasting impact on the Mongolian, Asian, and global CS2 scene. The Mongolian Counter-Strike athletes and teams have paved the way for the first-ever historic success in electronic sports in Mongolia, with The MongolZ leading the charge.

They boldly revamped the CS2 Major by increasing the slots from two to three in the Asian CS2, presenting a fresh opportunity for athletes from Mongolia and across Asia.

An intense showdown in Abu Dhabi, where twelve top-tier teams competed for a substantial share of the impressive $400,000 prize pool of the Yalla Compass. Among the usual contenders, a number of emerging teams are determined to secure victory and etch their names in history.

During the intense competition from June 5 to June 9, powerhouse teams like The MongolZ showcased Asia's strength, while renowned names such as Astralis and Complexity, alongside NiP's diverse talent pool from around the world, engaged in fierce battles.

The placements at the competition are

1st place $200,000 The MongolZ

2nd place $56,000 Ninjas in Pyjamas

3rd-4th place $28,000 each

  • Astralis

  • TBD

5th- 6th place $20,000 each

  • Betboom team

  • Fnatic

 7th-12th places $8,000 for each team


  • Complexity Gaming

  • ENCE

  • Eternal Fire

  • Sashi Esport

  • BIGThe action unfolds from June 5th to 9th, culminating in a thrilling finale where Yalla Compass triumphed over Ninjas In Pajamas to claim the championship title.


The MongolZ at Play Inn stage

The MongolZ  triumphed over Sashi team from Denmark with an exciting 16:14 victory, then dominated Ence team from Finland with a fantastic 13:7 win, followed by a solid 13:9 victory against Heroic team from Norway, and a stunning 13:6 victory against Ninjas in Pajamas team from Sweden, securing their spot in the semi-finals of the group A.

Despite a close match where they fell to the Astralis team from Denmark with a score of 8:13, their result in the semi-finals remains unchanged according to the tournament format.

The MongolZ at Play Off stage

On June 8, the formidable team The MongolZ went head-to-head with Astralis, the 7th-ranked powerhouse from Denmark. The match was a thrilling spectacle, igniting the passion of fans on both sides with heart-pounding action.

With an epic win in a historic three-overtime battle, they secured their triumph as the longest in the game's history. The MongolZ and Astralis showdown on the Ancient map lasted nearly 3 hours, culminating in a tied score of 9:9.

  • The first game was contested on the Nuke map and the series was won 13:7.

  • The next match was played on the Mirage map and Astralis tied the series 13:6.

  • The deciding game was very competitive on the Ancient map and we won with a score of 22:19 after triple overtime.


Tournament teams and division allocation

Group A teams (first 3 teams qualify for semi-finals)

  • The MongolZ

  • Ninjas in Pajamas

  • Astralis


  • Sashi Esport

  • ENCE


Group B teams (first 3 teams qualify for semi-finals)

  • FURIA Esports

  • BetBoom Team

  • Fnatic

  • Complexity

  • BIG

  • Eternal Fire

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