In an unprecedented occurrence, top seeds and reigning EGL champions RoughNeX have been sent crashing out of the tournament at the hands of Enigma; a team who they had previously beaten 3-2 in the group stages. Team Line-upseNigma LivNew Element Aspx Djanni Unearthly Kn1bber Jacko Lewis The Enigma Team at EGL7.The MatchArkaden CTFEnigma 3-1 RoughNeX Djani set his stall out early on this map by surging to 30 kills by the end of the game. A very recent acquisition by Enigma, and one that has been somewhat of a revelation at EGL7 after performing well in almost every match so far. From what we've been told this match looked close throughout but Enigma were the stronger team over the course of the map and were able to pull away. It's always key to get a 1st map lead as this allows you a bit of breathing space, a factor which will have helped Enigma to no end.Underground S&DEnigma 0-4 RoughNeX RoughNeX were able to prove exactly why they were EGL champions with a barnstorming 4-0 S&D win. RoughNeX had their strats and setups sorted and really showed just what they can do when they're on form. Going back to the previous point, with Enigma winning the 1st CTF they were able to lose this 4-0 yet still be well in the hunt for a match win.Lockdown CTFEnigma 3-2 RoughNeX This was a much closer affair than the 1st map as RoughNeX now seemed to be more warmed up after the S&D win, as well as the confidence running high. Even with this, Enigma were able to pull off the win; our sources remarking on how clutch they played this map. It would seem Enigma were just able to pull off the individual plays at opportune moments, a factor which RNX may have been lacking. For all intents and purposes this was a great game with those clutch plays winning it for Enigma.Seatown S&DEnigma 4-2 RoughNeX Enigma certainly improved their S&D game for this map, Seatown S&D being one of their favourite maps to play. In a manner akin to RoughNeX's S&D play on the 2nd map Enigma were really well setup and took the map and match relatively easily. There was no real hope for RoughNeX when coming up against a team who had their starts so well set. It was left up to Dan to attempt to clutch a 1v4 to keep his side in the game, but it wasn't to be as he managed to get 2 kills before the numbers game proved too much. So, we now see the end of RoughNeX's hopes for a successive EGL victory - we're sure they will be bitterly disappointed to go out with a whimper, only finishing with a top 8 spot. A massive congratulations has to go to Enigma however, who pushed RoughNeX all the way in the group stage as well as then going on to finish them off 3-1. Enigma now go on to play in the Loser's Bracket semi-final with their confidence surely as high as can be.ONSITE RUMOUR: We here at EUeSport like to keep our readers informed of any and all rumours that occur in the world of eSports. As such we have been informed by a source, who will remain anonymous for fear of reprisal, that RoughNeX Dan has been seen possibly tapping up some Vital members. Could this be a quick indiciation of the future for the rest of the RoughNeX PS3 team?