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Gambit Esports win BLAST Premier Spring Final 2021


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?


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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