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H1Z1 PRO LEAGUE: WEEK 7 PRACTICE STANDINGS

Each week, 75 of the best H1Z1 Competitors meet for the H1Z1 Pro League to decide which team will be the one left victorious. While it may not be well known, the players train against each other outside of the Pro League during practice matches or “scrims.” We’re here to give you an inside look as to which players and teams to focus on during the Week 7 match of the H1Z1 Pro League.

 

Epsilon may have changed up their strategy going into scrims today as we see them out in front with 81 points over 6 matches. Team SoloMid takes second place and Luminosity Gaming falls into third place 58 points. Epsilon is only 38 points behind SetToDestroyX in the overall standings and if this scrimmage day is any indication, we could see SetToDestroyX fall from the number one position they’ve held on to for so long. Last week, we saw consistency from Team SoloMid during scrims and last week’s match, which allowed them to climb from sixth place to fourth overall. If Team SoloMid is able to keep this consistency up, they may knock Rogue out of the third place slot to take it for themselves. Luminosity is holding on to 5th overall and may simply maintain that placement moving into Week 7.



Team

Name

Total Points

(Post-Rounding)

Epsilon

81

Team SoloMid

76

Luminosity Gaming

58

Tempo Storm

50

Rogue

45

Cloud9

40

Echo Fox

36

Obey Alliance

36

Counter Logic Gaming

34

Gankstars

34

Impact Gaming

33

Alliance

31

SetToDestroyX

27

Noble esports

21

Team Vitality

7

 

In our top slayers leaderboard, we see Shellshock from TSM taking home 17 points alone over just six games. The second-place slayer for today was Epsilon’s BallonG, followed by Tempo Storm’s Zxch. Both Dropped and Geesh from TSM also found their way onto the board with 11 points each, proving yet again that Team SoloMid has some very strong slayers.

 

Player

Username

Total

TSM_shellshock

17

EPS_BallonG

13

TS_Zxch

12

EPS_Melander

12

TSM_Dropped

11

TSM_geesh

11

 

While SetToDestroyX still has a strong lead, they are still just two bad games away from being caught by Epsilon. We have also seen quite a bit of consistent improvement coming from Team SoloMid.  If this continues, Epsilon and Team SoloMid could be the teams to watch for Week 7 as they fight to shake up the top 5 overall standings.

 

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