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HomeeSportsCounter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO)CSGO News: FaZe Clan captures Thunderpick grand final over Virtus.pro

CSGO News: FaZe Clan captures Thunderpick grand final over Virtus.pro


FaZe Clan won two tightly contested maps to sweep Virtus.pro in the grand final of the Thunderpick World Championship on Sunday.

FaZe, which won the $250,000 first prize, broke away from a 10-10 tie on the first map, Ancient, to win 13-10.

On the second map, Vertigo, Virtus.pro jumped out to an 8-1 lead, but FaZe won 11 of the next 13 rounds to lead 12-10. Virtus.pro won the last two rounds to force overtime at 12-12, but FaZe went on to a 19-17 victory.

Virtus.pro settled for a $100,000 second prize.

On Ancient, Robin “ropz” Kool of Estonia led FaZe with 17 kills and a plus-1.35 rating. David “n0rb3r7” Daniyelyan of the all-Russian Virtus.pro lineup scored 20 kills and was their only player with a positive rating at plus-1.23.

On Vertigo, ropz again paced the winners with 35 kills and a plus-1.49 rating. Evgenii “FL1T” Lebedev had 30 kills, and shared the highest rating for Virtus.pro with Petr “fame” Bolyshev at plus-1.23.

Sixteen teams were divided into four double-elimination groups of four at the $500,000 event. The top two teams from each group advanced to the playoffs, a single-elimination bracket with a best-of-three format.

Thunderpick World Championship prize pool
1. $250,000 — FaZe Clan
2. $100,000 — Virtus.pro
3-4. $50,000 — Cloud 9, Monte
5-8. $12,500 — BIG, Team Spirit, MOUZ, Heroic
9-12. no prize money — Fnatic, SAW, Complexity Gaming, FURIA Esports
13-16. no prize money — Ninjas in Pyjamas, Wildcard Gaming, M80, Nouns Esports

–Field Level Media

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