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Team BDS crowned champions of RLCS X European Spring Major


17 May 2021

Nathan Bonello

This past weekend we saw the European Team BDS being crowned as champions of the RLCS X European Spring Major. Here is how it all went down:

Final Standings + Winnings

  • 1st – $36,000 – Team BDS
  • 2nd – $18,000 – Solary
  • 3rd-4th – $10,000 – SK Gaming
  • 3rd-4th – $10,000 – Guild Esports
  • 5th – $5,000 – Top Blokes
  • 6th – $5,000 – Team Vitality
  • 7th – $5,000 – German Amigos
  • 8th – $5,000 – Team Queso
  • 9th-10th – $3,000 – White Demons
  • 9th-10th – $3,000 – BS+COMPETITION

Team BDS crowned champions of RLCS X European Spring Major – How?

Group Stage

Team BDS kicked off the event with a spectacular start, winning matches against German Amigos, Team Vitality, Queso, and BS+Competition. This got them into 1st place in Group A with a 4-0 scoreline, getting them a qualification to the playoffs.


Their first match-up in the playoffs was against Top Blokes, a team from England. They seemed like tough opponents at first, but in the end it was BDS that came out on top with a 4-2 victory in the best of 7. Their next opponent was Guild Esports, a team that placed 2nd in group B, and had just taken down Team Vitality in the Quarter Finals. Matches were quite close overall, with just a goal gap throughout all matches in the series. But again, it was Team BDS to win it once again.

Grand Finals

In the meantime, the new French team of Solary had been slowly climbing through the bottom side of the bracket. They beat teams like German Amigos, as well as the newly established SK Gaming to reach the Grand Finals. Similar to matches prior, this series was immensely close, but with BDS’ aggression towards the later stages of the game, they were just unstoppable. Team BDS won the series 4-1 and were crowned champions of the European Spring Major. Here are the final moments of the last game:

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