CSGO: Na’Vi Defeats Vitality To Win ESL Pro League Season 14

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CSGO: Na’Vi Defeats Vitality To Win ESL Pro League Season 14

After an intense series of matches, Na’Vi came on top.

Natus Vincere has won the 14th Season of ESL Pro League in a close contest against Team Vitality in the Grand Finals. The team now has four major achievements with IEM Katowice 2020, DreamHack Masters Spring and IEM Cologne 2021 already in the bag.

Na’Vi vs Vitality

The Grand Finals was nothing short of an exhilarating action between the two in-form teams in the game. Natus Vincere started off with a win on Dust 2 in a 16-10 battle against Team Vitality. However, the French were quick to reply with an assuring win of 6-16 on Inferno. The third match was on Nuke, where Na’Vi came on top with a score of 16-11, but Vitality didn't give up and took the fourth match on Overpass 7-16 in their favor. The last and deciding match on Mirage went Na’Vi’s way, where they defeated Vitality in a 16-14 close fight.

What Does The Win Mean For Na’Vi & Vitality?

Art of the Natus Vincere CS:GO roster hoisting a trophy and boasting gold bars in front of them after winning ESL Pro League Season 14.

Not only did Na’Vi win $195,000 in prize money, but their consistency and wins throughout the calendar year have also won them the third Season of the Intel Grand Slam. The Ukrainian squad has won a $1 million bonus for the same. Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev has been the top player in CS:GO. The 23-year-old won the MVP in the competition, proving his dedication and mastery in the game.

Team Vitality’s bout in the Grand Finals was the best the team achieved. Their run in the competition was an outstanding display of skill, teamwork and resolve. As the runners-up, the team won $80,000 and an important milestone with future majors in the line.

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Anuj Gupta is a freelance journalist who loves the concept of esports. He has played multiple titles and has vast experience in Dota 2 and CS:GO. A passionate fan of Dota 2, Anuj loves to analyze games and coach new players.