Six team locks in for YaLLa Compass 2024 playoffs after group stage Day 2

YaLLa Compass 2024 playoffs begin June 7 with MongolZ and Furia securing a direct spot in the semifinals, and others to fight it out in the quarterfinals.

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Group Stage for YaLLa Compass 2024 concludes with Day 2 matches, with The MongolZ and Furia Esports securing a direct spot for the semifinals. On the other hand, Complexity who did pretty well on Day 1 lost all matches on Day 2 resulting in an elimination.

The top two teams in each group only dropped one match across all five played, however, MongolZ and Furia secured the top spot due to round difference. Ninjas in Pyjamas and BetBoom Team secured the High Seeds in the quarterfinals while Astralis and Fnatic secured the low seed in the quarterfinals.

Fnatic made a comeback while others couldn’t

Fnatic was hanging by a thread managed to turn around their performance secured two out of three matches on Day 2 and made their way into the playoffs. The same, however, could not be said for ENCE, BIG, Eternal Fire and Sashi Esport who lost all of their matches.

With no wins on Day 1, Heroic did see a small improvement against Sashi Esport and ENCE on the following day, but it only came after the third and decisive defeat against The MongolZ. The games, however, were already as tough as they could get with teams only getting a single chance to qualify.

Playoffs schedule

Quarterfinals (June 7)

BetBoom Team Vs Astralis

Ninjas in Pyjamas Vs Fnatic

Semifinals (June 8)

The MongolZ Vs (Winner of BetBoom Team Vs Astralis)

Furia Esports Vs (Winner of Ninjas in Pyjamas Vs Fnatic)

Unlike the group stages, Playoff matches will be played as best of three and the winner will take home $200,000 out of the $400,000 prize pool. As of now, The MongolZ seems to be a strong match for all the teams competing. The team has recently proved themselves on multiple high-tier events, taking down some of the top teams.