The European closed qualifier for the $250,000 CS:GO match IEM Brazil stays suffering from persistent tech points, affecting a number of groups like ENCE, Bad News Eagles, BIG, and Sprout yesterday, in response to HLTV.
BIG, ENCE, and Sprout all misplaced matches to lesser-ranked groups amid experiences that the qualifier servers have been lagging and that the ESEA consumer was crashing. The technical points within the BIG vs. Sprout matches have been so persistent that the groups managed to play solely six rounds in an hour. The neighborhood hoped ESEA would deploy fixes for these issues forward of at this time’s matches, however the gamers are nonetheless having points, in response to ENCE’s rifler Pavle “maden” Bošković.
“Two days in a row getting huge lags on three guys because of ESEA client,” maden stated on Twitter. “They don’t want to provide us good servers or fix this bug, and they also don’t let us play without the client, we lost full ecos, antiecos, [and] many other rounds because of it.”
Another skilled participant commented on maden’s Twitter thread that what makes the issues ever worse is that he believed ESEA will “never” make a public remark addressing the problems. ESEA, which is owned by ESL, apologized to ENCE’s captain Marco “Snappi” Pfeffer yesterday and stated it was engaged on getting every part fastened “as soon as possible.”
So far, two of the three days of the European closed qualifier have been hit with tech points associated to ESEA’s consumer or servers. Two groups from this qualifier will verify their spots at IEM Brazil, ESL’s subsequent massive occasion after the conclusion of ESL Pro League season 17 in March. Despite the occasion enjoying an essential function of their CS:GO calendar for 2023, ESL has gone principally radio silent in regards to the tech points taking place in Europe.
Either HONORIS or 9INE will qualify for IEM Brazil at this time, whereas the second spot shall be outlined tomorrow, Feb. 10. The $250,000 occasion will run from April 17 to 23.
Dot Esports has reached out to ESL, who has but to remark at time of publishing.