Ukrainian Na’Vi wins the CS:GO championship with a reward of $250,000
The team of the Ukrainian e-sports club Natus Vincere has won the major Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) championship, IEM Katowice. The team won the prize of $250,000, as informed on the official website of the club.
Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev from the Ukrainian team was recognized as the MVP, which means the best player of the tournament on the total number of kills and other key indicators. It should be noted that in January 2019, Aleksandr was recognized as the best player in the world in CS:GO by HLTV.org.
Natus Vincere defeated G2 Esports with a score of 3:0. Their competitors came in second place, with a prize of $100,000. The third and fourth places went to Astralis and Fnatic, winning $40,000 each.
You can see the full stream of the Grand Final here: