While the stream for the tournament isn’t done yet, we can look at The International 2019 Day 4 results and what matches you can look forward too on Day 5 of the Main Event. Today, three teams got eliminated from the tournament and there are now only five teams left in the tournament with a shot at the Aegis of Champions. Also, Valve announced a new hero called Snapfire, in case you missed the stream.
The International 2019 Day 4 of the Main Event kicked off with Team Liquid facing off against Royal Never Give Up. Liquid easily beat Royal in the first game, but Royal fought their hearts out in the second game. Unfortunately for Royal, Liquid managed to claw their way to victory and move on in the tournament.
The second match of the day saw Team Secret against Infamous, the latter being clear underdogs. Secret looked a bit wobbly, especially in the first game, but still managed to take down the South American side 2-0. It was a close match for Infamous and they performed way above what anyone would have expected.
The third and final match of The International 2019 Day 4 was between EG and Liquid, two big western teams fighting for their tournament life. In game one was very slow with only 29 kills between the two teams after 40 minutes. Then, Liquid with some amazing Chronos from Miracle-, Liquid suddenly took a great teamfight, killed all the EG players and forced out the GG.
Game two of EG versus Liquid. Liquid claimed first blood and with an Alchemist carry and a whole lot of fighting, they continued to extend their gold lead. With W33 on the Alchemist just getting out of control, Liquid took such a mammoth gold lead (11k at 20 minutes) that EG couldn’t withstand the pressure Liquid continued to put on them as Liquid destroyed their enemy’s base. EG was forced to GG out at the 30-minute mark.
TLDR The International 2019 Day 4 Results:
- Team Liquid 2 – 0 Royal Never Give Up
- Team Secret 2 – 0 Infamous
- Team Liquid 2 – 1 EG
Image of standings and 24 August matches highlighted by Wykrhm Reddy.
Royal Never Give Up and Infamous walk away with over $847,000 for their efforts, while EG walks away with roughly $1,182,000 for making it to the top six.
TI9 Day 5 Schedule
Matches are scheduled to start at roughly 04:00 SA time on 24 August but as things have been going, the first match might start a bit later. After the initial match, the next one will start until the day is done, so it all depends on how long the matches last. We have some massive matchups tomorrow and by the end of the day, we will know which team between OG and PSG.LGD will claim their spot to the Grand Final.
Check out the TI9 Main Event schedule for Day 4 matches below:
- Vici Gaming versus Secret (lower-bracket)
- OG versus PSG.LGD (upper-bracket final)
- Liquid versus Winner of VG and Secret (lower-bracket)
What do you think about The International 2019 results for Day 4 of the Main Event and do you think OG can make it to their second grand final in a row? Let us know in the comment section and find the stream for the tournament embedded below for your viewing convenience.
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