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The Intel Extreme Masters IEM Katowice 2024 playoffs teams have been confirmed, with six final rosters ready to do battle live in Poland’s Spodek Arena.
This evening, Mouz beat Ence 2-0 in the Group B upper bracket, with both teams progressing, while G2 defeated Heroic 2-0 in the lower bracket to also qualify for the playoffs.
This came after the Group A matches concluded earlier in the day, with Team Spirit and Faze qualifying through the upper bracket after a 2-0 win to Spirit. In the lower bracket, Team Falcons defeated Navi 2-0 to knock them out of IEM Katowice 2024.
Other teams that exited in the groups included Cloud9, Monte, GamerLegion (UK’s last hope in the tournament, with UK player volt and UK coach ashhh) and Vitality, who crashed out of IEM Katowice 2024 in a shock early group stage exit.
The six remaining teams are:
This means that the Counter-Strike IEM playoffs match-ups are as follows.
IEM Katowice 2024 playoffs teams and match-ups confirmed
- Quarter final 1: Ence vs Team Falcons
- Quarter final 2: Faze Clan vs G2 Esports
- Semi final 1: Team Spirit vs Ence or Falcons
- Semi final 2: Mouz vs Faze or G2
The quarter-finals will commence on Friday February 9th 2024 live at the Spodek Arena, while the semi-finals will follow on Saturday February 10th.
The IEM Katowice 2024 playoffs teams will of course whittle down to two for the grand final on Sunday February 11th.
Don’t miss our IEM Katowice 2024 grand finals viewing party in London
Esports News UK is teaming up with Predator Gaming for a very special IEM Katowice 2024 viewing party in London.
Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) is a flagship series of events in the Counter-Strike calendar, organised by ESL Faceit Group (EFG). The latest event, IEM Katowice 2024, is underway now – and the final is fast approaching.
We’ll be hosting a viewing party for the grand final at Platform’s gaming bar at Canary Wharf, 1 Crossrail Place, Unit CR40, London, E14 5AR.
It will take place on Sunday February 11th 2024, with doors opening at 3.30pm GMT, in time for the opening ceremony.
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