Dreamhack London 2015 Winners: Team EnVyUs, ProblemX, Team Vitality and Armada crowned kings of London

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Here's all the winning teams and final results from the 2015 Dreamhack London eSports tournament, which took place on the weekend from September 19th to 20th.

Check this article for all the winners and top four teams for each of the games - Ultra Street Fighter IV, CSGO, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and Smash Bros Melee.

Ultra Street Fighter IV

ProblemX took the top spot during this tournament, winning six straight games in the final to pick up $2,500 in winnings.

He beat Afii in the all-Brit final, who left with $1,250 in second place. Who says UK eSports is dead?

Valmaster took third place and Pro Fluke finished fourth, taking home $750 and $500 in prize money respectively.

Well-known pro Street Fighter gamer Ryan Heart finished joint fifth with Luffy.

 

Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CSGO)

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Team EnVyUs (pictured) beat TSM 2-0 in the grand final to take home $20,000 in winnings, with TSM receiving $6,000 in second place.

In Group A, French team EnVyUs started their path to success by blowing UK hopefuls EZskins out of the water with a 16-2 win, before going on to beat Team Dignitas' Danish squad 16-6.

EZskins managed to beat Australian team Renegades 16-11, however Dignitas later picked up an easy 16-2 win over EZskins to get themselves into the semi-finals.

In Group B, TSM beat Copenhagen Wolves 16-5 and G2 Kinguin 16-8, while the Wolves knocked G2 out with a 16-11 victory. SK Gaming were also sent home after the Wolves beat them 16-13.

TSM went on to knock out Dignitas in one semi-final (2-0 overall). EnVyUs beat Copenhagen Wolves in the other, and it was the French boys EnVy who went on to lift the trophy.

Team Dignitas and Copenhagen Wolves took home $3,000 each in prize money.

 

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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Team Vitality picked up the top prize in the COD championship, winning $10,000 after beating Millenium 3-1 in the grand final.

Millenium beat Team Infused 3-2 in the winners bracket final, before Vitality beat Infused 3-0 in the losers bracket final.

The UK's very own Team Infused (aka Red Army) did get off to a fantastic start, beating Nexium by 3-0 and also Millenium by 3-0. They even beat the overall winners Vitality early on in the winners bracket semi-final 3-1. However, it wasn't meant to be for those guys on their home soil.

Infused finished third, with VwS in fourth place and Nexium and Reward in joint sixth.

 

Super Smash Bros Melee

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Sweden's Adam "Armada" Lindgren was crowned the top Smash Bros player at Dreamhack London 2015, taking $10,000 in prize money after beating USA's Weston "Westballz" Dennis twice in the winner bracket final.

Alliance's Armade played as Peach (who else?), beating Tempo Storm's Westballz' Falco in the final.

German player Ice (mYinsanity) won $2,000 for finishing third as Fox, while France's Jigglypuff player Tekk (AntiBeat) received $1,000 in fourth place.

No UK players made it to the final four.

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