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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Fnatic wins CS:GO gold at IEM Katowice

FaZe Clan found themselves in second place once more.

It was Fnatic who walked away winners after an exciting grand final against FaZe Clan at the CS:GO premier event at IEM Katowice World Championships. The final was a back and forth affair that went down to the wire with Fnatic managing to take the fifth and final map 19-17. One player who did particularly well for Fnatic was Robin "flusha" Rönnquist, who was on fire during the final and was a well-deserved MVP.

Swedish team Fnatic find themselves back on top of the CS:GO world with the win after struggling to win a major for two years whereas favourites FaZe Clan finds themselves losing another major final. Fnatic took home a massive $250,000 for the win (half the total prize pool).

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Photo: ESL