However, despite the more predictable outcome, the voting was much closer than expected. Grubby's former teammate, Dmitriy 'Happy' Kostin was just over 2% behind him. The voting stays fairly close all the way down the voting with never a 3% or higher gap between players. EPS champion Dennis 'HasuObs' Schneider took 3rd place in the European vote ahead of fellow German and fellow undead Daniel 'XlorD' Spenst.
Likewise in Asia, Xiaofeng 'Sky' Li predictably finished on top, but Weiliang 'Fly' Lu was just 0.5% behind the man from World Elite. Moon finished 3rd, a further 1.44% behind Fly and June 'Lyn' Park finishes up the top four with 11.84% of the voting. From him there is a steeper 3% drop to the rest of the field.
With the public vote now over, the eStars committee will have their say. They will release their results a week today (June 28), which will take into account the recent results of all the players, as well as the public vote itself.
Source: estars via Gosu Gamers
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