Fnatic wins $100K in biggest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament to date

By Sherif Saed, Monday, 2 December 2013 16:23 GMT

Swedish e-sports team Fnatic has taken home the title for DreamHack Winter 2013 winning the event’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament. The team won $100K, the biggest share of the $250K prize pool.

Fnatic played the final game against -the amusingly named- Ninjas in Pijamas, it was played on the map de_train, and PCGamesN reports that the team pulled off a comeback of 16-14 after NiP had a double-digit lead.

The $250K prize pool is made of community purchases of CS:GO’s weapon crates, similar Valve’s compendium concept for Dota 2.

Did you watch the event over the weekend?

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