PG2: coL.cs vs. EG – CEVO Playoffs

BY Andrew Miesner / September 21, 2009

The winners of the PureTrak coL Pad are:

Twitter winner is @isikdogan
PG2 winners are GeRm and Dreamer
coL Cast Twitter winner is @OverGlocked

Tonight everyone is a winner, head over to the compLexity Store and the first 25 people to order a compLexity Mousepad with the coupon COLFIRE50 will receive 50% off!


EG started the match out by winning the first three rounds. coL.cs was able to win the next few rounds and take a strong lead, but EG turned it on and took the half 8-7.  coL.cs started the 2nd half by winning the first two rounds, but EG played really strong on terrorist side and was able to win the half 8-3 and take the match with a final score of 16-10.

coL.cs will be heading to the lower bracket to face the winner of Turmoil and Loaded.


Make sure you tune in to the stream of tonights match at, as they will be giving away three Complexity mousepads. You HAVE to be watching the stream to win.

Update: The match has been rescheduled at EG’s request. It will instead be played tomorrow, Tuesday, at 9PM EST.

Last night, we saw coL.cs take on six (that’s right, SIX) matches. Not only did all of those matches get played, but coL.cs won every single one of them!

After that tumultuous night of matches, coL.cs is right back in the thick of things for CEVO-P playoff action tonight against EG. Defeating Turmoil last night in the second round of the CEVO-P playoffs has set up this upper bracket finals match with EG, who took down Loaded in their own second round match.

The match is set for de_dust2, where EG suffered their only played-out loss to compLexity by a score of 16-2. All bets are off that this match will go the same way, as both teams will be eyeing the top prize in the CEVO-P division, at $3750.

The match is scheduled for 9PM EST. Match HLTV, casting and other information to be released tonight, so stay locked on

Roster Rundown

Evil Geniuses
Status: Completed
Time: 9PM EST


Related Links

DEMO: coL.cs vs. Turmoil
DEMO: coL.evolution vs. Turmoil
PG2: coL.cs in a Sextuple-Header