Virtus.pro and mousesports rolled and Fnatic needed 3 maps to win their particular groups Tuesday in cs_summit 7 action.

Fnatic defeated OG to win Group A, mousesports downed Brave in Group B and VP blanked FURIA Esports to claim Group C.

The 3 removal matches will be held Wednesday: Complexity vs. Dignitas in Group A, MIBR vs. FaZe in Group B and Ninjas in Pyjamas vs. Cloud9 in Group C.

The 12-team, $200,000 online Counter-Strike: Global Offensive occasion features three groups contending in double-elimination brackets. The top 2 groups in each group will advance to the single-elimination playoffs. The three third-place teams, in addition to the leading fourth-place team, will battle for the last two playoff berths while the staying fourth-place teams will be eliminated.

All matches, including the Sunday last, are best-of-three. The champion team will take house $90,000, the runner-up will get $40,000, and the semifinal losers will receive $12,500. Each group winner will get $10,000, and each group runner-up will pocket $5,000.

VP defeated FURIA 16-13 on Inferno and 16-12 on Overpass behind 49 eliminates and a plus-eight kills-death differential from Latvia’s Mareks “YEKINDAR” Galinskis.

Similarly, mousesports made quick work of Heroic with a 16-12 win on Train and 16-14 on Vertigo in the clincher. Finn “karrigan” Andersen led the international squad with 59 eliminates and a plus-17 K-D differential.

Fnatic opened with a 16-9 choice on Train however OG followed with a 16-11 win on Mirage, establishing the 19-17 overtime thriller on Inferno, won by Fnatic, which squandered a 15-12 lead, losing the last three rounds to set up overtime. Fnatic had to rally from a 9-6 deficit earlier.

Freddy “KRIMZ” Johansson led the all-Swedish side with 60 kills and a plus-four differential. Fnatic had to fend off a superlative performance by Jordan’s Issa “ISSAA” Murad of OG, who led all gamers in eliminates (77) and differential (plus-19).

OG, FURIA and Heroic will play in group decider matches on Thursday.