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Gambit Esports win BLAST Premier Spring Final 2021

CS-GO

21 Jun 2021

Nathan Bonello

Last weekend we saw Gambit Esports taking the win at the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2021. Here’s how it all went down:

Final Standings + Winnings:

  • 1st – $225,000 – Gambit Esports + Seed at World Final
  • 2nd – $85,000 – Natus Vincere
  • 3rd – $40,000 – G2 Esports
  • 4th – $25,000 – Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • 5th-6th – $15,000 – BIG
  • 5th-6th – $15,000 – Complexity Gaming
  • 7th-8th – $10,000 – Evil Geniuses
  • 7th-8th – $10,000 – FaZe Clan

Gambit Esports win BLAST Premier Spring Final 2021 – How did they do it?

Bracket

Gambit started their tournament run in the Upper Bracket Quarterfinals against Evil Geniuses. They proved to be a formidable opponent at first, but eventually it was Gambit that moved on with a 2-0 win. Next up was the European squad of Complexity, which also showed promise, but ultimately, Hobbit and co cleaned up nicely with a 2-0 series win.

Then came their CIS brothers Natus Vincere in the Upper Bracket Final. Gambit took the first map 16-14, but lost Ancient immediately after 16-7. However on Mirage they regained their strength as they finished with a 16-7 scoreline in their favour.

Grand Final

After dropping Natus Vincere to the lower bracket final, the Na’Vi squad won against G2 esports. This meant that Na’Vi were in a rematch against Gambit in the Grand Finals. Here, the maps chosen were Dust II and Mirage, two very good maps for both teams. Gambit started it all with a dominant Terrorist side, getting 10 rounds to Na’Vi’s 5. This made it even easier for them to close out the game, and obviously win it out (16-12). Mirage was next, and Gambit’s dominance was shown clearly here. Gambit won the half 8-7, and went on to win another 8 rounds on CT to finish it off and be crowned champions. This is how it ended:

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