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Evil Geniuses prepare for a showdown against Nigma and 496 Gaming wait for their challengers in the Grand Finals: an overview on the current standings in the OMEGA League.

Americas Divine Division: Another title for Quincy Crew?

The American part of the OMEGA League runs from 17 August - 5 September and features ten teams from North and South America. Quincy Crew arguably counts as the tournament favourite, as they won the last five they've been playing in – including ESL One Birmingham 2020: Americas, OGA Dota PIT Season 2: Americas and The Great American Rivalry Division 1.

For Quincy Crew, the OMEGA League started off successfully as well. The team was able to win both their series so far. With 2-0 victories against Pace and Boonz + Goonz, QC lead Group A. Not even a blunder from Yawar 'YawaR' Hassan's Morphling could stop the team from claiming victory.

EU Immortal Division: Nigma face Evil Geniuses next

Bleed blue – but which shade of blue? One of the highlight matches of the OMEGA League is the encounter of Nigma and Evil Geniuses. The North American team EG hasn't play against any of the big European oranisations in an official match throughout the past months.

EG are still forced to play with a stand-in for Abed 'Abed' Yusop due to regional restrictions. AS Monaco Gambit's midlaner Danil 'gpk' Skutin will take over Abed's slot for the tournament.

Asia Divine Division: Grand Finals are waiting

In the Asian edition of the OMEGA League, one team already claimed their spot in the Grand Finals: 496 Gaming finished first place in the group stage with ten victories and two losses. Then, they continued to score victories and by defeating OB Esports x Neon 2-1 with their Gyrocopter-Phoenix combination and ended up in the Grand Finals.

Their opponents will either be Neon Esports or Execration who meet each other in the Lower Bracket Finals next.

You can watch all matches on the official Twitch channel of WePlay! Esports.

What do you think, who is going to win: Evil Geniuses or Nigma?

Photo credit: DreamHack Adela Sznajder