NaVi Wins CSGO Blast Premier World Finals 2021. They defeated Gambit Esports by 2-1 to take the title of World Champions. It was the final CS:GO event of 2021, held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The finals concluded on 19 December after a fight between top 8 teams across the world. In contrast, the event was a LAN event for all esports players.
However, there was no live audience at the venue due to the pandemic.
NaVi WINS CSGO BLAST PREMIER WORLD FINALS
With their spectacular performance, NaVi proved why they deserve to be the world champions. Even when they lost their very first match in the upper bracket against Team Liquid, they still managed to reach the finals.
They defeated every team in the Lower Bracket, even Team Liquid to reach the finals. As a result, NaVi wins the CSGO Blast Premier World Finals.
In contrast, they were also the champions of the CSGO Blast Premier Fall Finals.
MAPS & SCORE : NaVi Vs GAMBIT ESPORTS
- Mirage : 11-16
- Ancient : 16-11
- Inferno : 16-11
NaVi Wins the CSGO Blast Premier : Roster
Natus Vincere’s roster has the following players —
- Oleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev
- Denis ‘electronic’ Sharipov
- Kirill ‘Boombl4’ Mikhaylov
- Ilya ‘Perfecto’ Zalutskiy
- Valerii ‘b1t’ Vakhovskyi
- Andrii ‘B1ad3’ Horodenskyi (coach)
GAMBIT ESPORTS :
Gambit Esports’ roster has the following players —
- Vladislav ‘nafany’ Gorshkov
- Dmitriy ‘sh1ro’ Sokolov
- Timofey ‘interz’ Yakushin
- Sergey ‘Ax1le’ Rykhtorov
- Abai ‘Hobbit’ Hasenov
- Konstantin ‘groove’ Pikiner (coach)
In contrast, Blast Premier had a whopping prize pool of $1,000,000. The winning team won the lion’s share of $500,000. The runner up got $250,000. Moreover, the team securing the third position took a share of $120,000.
To sum up, NaVi is the best team who was consistent through various events. Moreover, they are the first team to win three Counter-Strike Majors in the same calendar year (Intel Extreme Masters IV, ESWC 2010, and WCG 2010).
Also it is the first team to win a Global Offensive Major without dropping a map (PGL Major Stockholm 2021).