Na’Vi finishes PGL Stockholm Major with a flawless streak title
Natus Vincere not only won the PGL Stockholm Major but also won it without dropping a single map or series. This is the first time a team wins a Major without dropping a single map so it’s quite the feat for the Ukrainian organization that was the first to win three Counter-Strike Majors in one calendar year - IEM Season IV, ESWC 2010, and WCG 2010.
Yesterday's match put two titans against each other NaVi vs G2, teams started on Ascient a map picked by G2 and that should have gone to G2 but unfortunately wasn’t. The game was close and fair but nothing could predict that NAVI would be the ultimate winner in that fashion. S1mple is the absolute goat and he proved that on Ascient too with 20 frags just in the first half, absolutely amazing which netted the 16-11 for the Ukrainian team.
With Ascient solved the series went to Nuke and in theory this map should go in favor of Navi, the ukrainian team had a 17-0 record in the past months and G2 started good going as far as a 10-5 and even put the game in a match point situation but at end the comeback started and it was scary to see! The goat s1mple fraged 40 and Niko missed the shot of a life making Navi the winner of Nuke by a swift margin, merits to G2 to make it to the Overtime in a map that was favored by Navi.
The MPV of the PGL Stockholm Major
Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev was named the MVP of the CS:GO PGL Stockholm Major by HLTV. After his team Natus Vincere’s 2-0 victory against G2 Esports in the grand finals. The Ukrainian star player is now officially the goat he fought really hard to win his first major and he finally made it, he promised he was going to win and got it. For this is now officially the CS:GO goat. The player stated after the game: “I kept my word, I won the Major with the best organization in the world and the best people I have ever played with,” It really is an amazing story of hard work paying off!
PGL Stockholm Major CS:GO peak viewership record with 2.5 million viewers
Grand finals between Natus Vincere and G2 Esports at the PGL Stockholm Major reached a peak viewership number of 2,570,144 viewers, a number that beats the CS:GO peak. These numbers mark the return of Valve sponsoring CS:GO Majors and so far it went great because they break everything we ever seen.
Na’Vi vs. Vitality (Quarterfinals): 1.38 million viewers.
G2 vs. Heroic (Semifinals): 1.4 million viewers.
Gambit vs. Na’Vi (Semifinals): 1.44 million viewers.
Na’Vi vs. G2 (Grand finals): 2.57 million viewers.
The grand finals matchup motivated several people to buy and enjoy CS:GO Faceit boosts all over the world. Both streams and co-streams peaked in viewership, setting new standards for CS:GO as a whole. This is great news for the CS:GO boosting scene and we could not be more happier!
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