SK Gaming may not have won a title for a few months now, but they have added to their trophy cabinet with a win over Virtus.Pro in the Epicenter grand final, taking home the trophy and an impressive $250,000 USD.
The grueling final was pushed to 3-2, with overtimes aplenty, especially on the final map, Cobblestone. Here there was double overtime, which ended on 22-18 after great performances from the likes of Coldzera.
This was SK's sixth championship this year, and was a good result for stand-in player Boltz as well. Are they still one of the top teams in CS:GO then?