The IESF World Championships continued today in Bali ©IESF

The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive semi-finalists were decided in today's action at the International Esports Federation (IESF) World Esports Championships in Bali.

The neutral team made up of Vladimir Karelin, Nikolai Shamov, Evgenii Mitsik, Dmitrii Kutovykh, and Denis Sklenin defeated Sander Iversen, Ole Kristian Langan, Henrik Becker, Bjørnar Fauske Røn, Haakon Tholo, and Jon Erik Øygarde of Norway.

Competing under the IESF banner, the neutral side edged the first bout 16-13 in the quarter-final before surging to a 16-6 win in the second which secured their safe passage to the last four.

They are set to meet Germany's David Hesse, Tom Hagedorn, Marcel Köhn, Elias Stein, and Karim Moussa.

The quintet came from behind to beat Bulgaria 2-16, 16-14, 16-9.

In the other half of the bracket, Romania and Mongolia are due to face off for a place in the gold-medal match.

Mongolians Sodbayar Munkhbold, Tuvshintugs Nyamdorj, Bat-Enkh Batbayar, Garidmagnai Byambasuren, and Tengis Batjargal won a back-and-forth battle against Serbia.

They took the lead with an initial 16-12 victory before being pegged back as the Serbs won 16-14.

A 16-11 win then clinched it while a 16-2, 16-11 win saw Romania cruise past Hong Kong.

The semi-final fixtures are set to take place tomorrow as play continues on the Indonesian island.