Day 3, the last day of the round robin, was once again super tense.

As time went on, all eyes turned to Russia Cooller and Germany K1llsen, to see if they would be able to do it, and keep their top 2 placings.

After losing to Ukraine Xron in round 16, Germany K1llsen couldn't afford any more match losses, and the suspense kept rising up until the very last minute of the very last map of the very last match against Canada Cha1n.

But there was also some confusion, a lot of people didn't know how the players were ranked in the round robin, and I think there are still people who don't know. So here is how it works. It was a point system, where you got:

2.25 points for a 2-0 win
2 points for a 2-1 win
1 point for a 1-2 loss
0 point for a 0-2 loss

It was definitely a very tight fight for that n°2 spot. In the final rankings, Germany K1llsen has 37 points, United States of America Rapha is just behind at 36.5 points, and Hungary Raisy has 36.25 points.

But let's not forget about the real man of the day, Russia Cooller. He scored an impressive 38.5 points, out of a maximum 42.75 possible!, simply amazing from the man who already reached the QuakeCon Final in 2006 and 2010. Is the third time going to be the charm?

Only time will tell, but we will first be treated to a series of prize matches with casters. They promise to be close and entertaining. See liquipedia.net/quake for more details. Prizes will probably be announced during the broadcast.

The show starts at 13:00 GMT on twitch.tv/quake (Grand Final at 20:00 GMT).