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Na’Vi win DreamHack Masters Spring 2021


10 May 2021

Nathan Bonello

Last weekend we saw Na’Vi win DreamHack Masters Spring 2021. They took down some of the best teams in Europe to be crowned champions. This is how they did it:

Final Standings + Winnings

  • 1st – $100,000 – Natus Vincere
  • 2nd – $42,000 – Gambit Esports
  • 3rd-4th – $20,000 – G2 Esports
  • 3rd-4th – $20,000 – Heroic
  • 5th-6th – $10,000 – Astralis
  • 5th-6th – $10,000 – FURIA Esports
  • 7th-8th – $6,000 – Virtus.pro
  • 7th-8th – $6,000 – Team Vitality
  • 9th – $5,000 – Team Spirit
  • 10th – $5,000 – mousesports
  • 11th – $5,000 – BIG
  • 12th – $5,000 – Complexity Gaming
  • 13th – $4,000 – Team Fiend
  • 14th – $4,000 – FaZe Clan
  • 15th – $4,000 – Extra Salt
  • 16th – $4,000 – paiN Gaming

Na’Vi win DreamHack Masters Spring 2021 – How did they do it?

Group Stage

Na’Vi kicked off the event with a nail-biting victory over mousesports in the 1st round of the upper bracket. This got them into the 2nd round versus Virtus.pro in which Na’Vi won 2-0. From there, the team moved on to play #1 team in the world at the moment Gambit Esports. Here Gambit showed for another time why they are the best team out there, and took down Natus Vincere 2-1.


Even though Natus Vincere only placed 2nd in their group, they were still qualified for the playoffs. Here they first met against FURIA Esports in the quarterfinals in a best of 3. The first map was tiresome, consisting of 41rounds in total went towards the Brazilian squad. However the two maps that followed were in the hands of Na’Vi. Their next opponent was Heroic, another team that has been very dominant in 2021. It was a very close series overall, but in the end, it was Na’Vi that progressed.

Grand Finals

The finals were between Natus Vincere, and the team that beat them in the group stage, Gambit Esports. Gambit have become familiar with the Grand Final series’ and have been an avid winner of them too. This time round it was not to be however, as Na’Vi carried the momentum from the playoffs onto the finals, winning all 3 maps in a row. Here are the final moments of the third map:

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