NaVi wins IEM Cologne 2021
Posted: Jul 19, 2021 Written by: do_0h

The CIS Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team of Russian Federation Natus Vincere is the big winner of the Germany Intel Extreme Masters Cologne 2021.

The grand final was against Russian Federation NaVi and the frenchman from France G2.eSports.

The Ukrainian superstar Ukraine Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev shined and helped his team have a clean win with a [3-0] scoreline and bag the title, a total of $400000 in cash prize, but most important the team is now a win away from taking the Germany Intel Extreme Masters Grand Slam.

The final game ended as mentioned above witha a [3-0] scoreline with de_dust2 (16:11), de_mirage (16:14) and de_nuke (16:13).

At the end of the game as it was expected, Ukraine s1mple was crowned as the MVP of the entire event and it had to be that way as only in the final he ad a +26 K/D rate.

The event that was housed by Germany Hyatt Regency Cologne, Cologne, Germany handed a total of $10000000 in cash prize and was broadcasted by the following casting crew:

  • United States Tres 'stunna' Saranthus - (desk host)
  • United States Frankie 'Frankie' Ward - (interviewer)
  • United States Jason 'Moses' O'Toole - (analyst)
  • Switzerland Mathieu 'Maniac' Quiquerez - (analyst)
  • Serbia Janko 'YNk' Paunovic - (analyst)
  • Australia Chad 'SPUNJ' Burchill - (analyst)
  • United Kingdom Harry 'JustHarry' Russel - (caster)
  • United Kingdom Alex 'Machine' Richardson - (caster)
  • United Kingdom Hugo Byron - (caster)
  • United Kingdom Adam 'Dinko' Hawthorne - (secondary caster)
  • United Kingdom Alex 'Hawka' Hawkins - (secondary caster)
  • United Kingdom Jamie 'TheEternalJay' Martin - (secondary caster)
  • Australia Joshua 'Dweg' Nathan - (secondary caster)
  • Germany Tyler 'Feelin' Gough - (secondary caster)
  • United Kingdom Jack 'Jacky' Peters - (in-game observer)
  • United Kingdom Alex 'Rushly Rush - (in-game observer)
  • Australia Michael 'MC' Campagna - (in-game observer)
  • Denmark Bastian 'unknownFME' Faber - (in-game observer)

Along side the cash, the event handed Pro Tour points and BLAST Premier points points also, the bracket saw a double Korea - Republic of GSL-like system elimination in the group Stages while the Elimination Bracket saw a Bo3 Single Elimination bracket.

Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. Russian Federation Natus Vincere - $400000 + 3200 European Union BLAST Premier points + 1800 PRO Tour points
  • 2'nd. France G2.eSports - $180000 + 1600 European Union BLAST Premier points + 1400 PRO Tour points
  • 3'rd./4'th. Denmark Team Astralis, European UnionCanada FaZe Clan - $80000 + 1100 European Union BLAST Premier points + 1000 PRO Tour each
  • 5'th./6'th. KazakhstanUzbekistanLatviaRussian Federation Virtus.Pro, Russian Federation Gambit.Gaming - $40000 + 825 European Union BLAST Premier points + 400 PRO Tour points each
  • 7'th./8'th. Denmark Heroic Gaming, Germany BIG.Gaming - $24000 + 575 European Union BLAST Premier points + 200 PRO Tourn each
  • 9'th./12'th. United States Team Liquid, Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas, Brazil FURIA eSports, France Team Vitality - $16000 + 325 PRO Tour points each
  • 13'th./16'th. European UnionAustralia mousesports, European UnionUnited StatesAustralia Complexity Gaming, Australia LA Renegades, Team Spirit - $10000 + 125 PRO Tour points each
  • 17'th./20'th. France Team, European Union OG, Germany Team Sprout, European UnionUnited States Evil Geniuses - $4500 + 60 PRO Tour points each
  • 21'st./24'th. United States Bad News Bears, Brazil Made in Brazil, Brazil Team oNe, China ViCi Gaming - $2500 each.

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