Luminosity’s DreamHack ended like a series of Friday Night Lights might – not with a triumphant win but wistfully, with a fall at the final hurdle. Fnatic seized the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league season finale at the weekend with the confidence of a team who’ve spent 2015 trouncing tournament teams.
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The top eight teams from CS:GO’s online league season were invited to play at the perennial Swedish LAN party. Teams from the game’s European, Oceanic, North and South American regions attended and competed on the largest CS:GO stage ever built.
Fnatic took home $100,000 of the $250,000 prize pool. It’s always interesting to see how these things break down, so here’s the rest of that top eight:
2. $50,000 – Luminsoty Gaming
3-4. $25,000 – Virtus.pro and Team SoloMid
5-6. $15,000 – Team Liquid and Ninjas in Pyjamas
7-8. $10,000 – Team EnVyUs and Legacy eSports
Did you catch any of the weekend’s happenings?