FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final

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FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final

The PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final will see a battle between familiar foes. Join us for our FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere preview


FaZe Clan and Natus Vincere were two of the most successful teams in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive era. Now, these decorated teams are set to clash in a battle for the ages at the PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final. Since this matchup will decide the first-ever CS2 Major champion, both teams will be desperate to etch their name in history. Don't miss our FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere preview to get the inside scoop on this epic showdown.

PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final-FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: How the Teams Fared So Far

FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan had a shaky start to their campaign, but they have returned to their usual form in the past couple of matches. They have seen off two of the hot favorites to reach this stage. After edging out Team Spirit in a nail-biting quarterfinal match, Finn “karrigan” Andersen’s men cruised to a relatively more comfortable victory against Paris Major champions Vitality.

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The international combine snatched away the first PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final spot following their 2-1 series win over Vitality. Both teams enjoyed dominant wins on their map picks, so Inferno became the deciding map. The battle on Inferno broke out as a tense back-and-forth affair, but a late surge, inspired by a David “⁠frozen⁠” Čerňanský, took FaZe to the finishing line with a healthy five-point lead.

Natus Vincere

Natus Vincere were also inconsistent in the early stages of the tournament. The Ukrainian outfit came to Denmark without their star man Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyljev and limped through the Opening and Elimination Stages to reach the playoffs. From there on, however, they have been a different beast.

They put an in-form Eternal Fire side to the sword in the quartrfinals. The Turkish side picked up some big wins in the tournament, but they were unable to contain a resurgent NAVI and conceded the series with a map to spare. Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen and company continued their newfound resilience as they survived an intense confrontation with G2 to remain one of the last two standing.

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Last Match Result and Player Stats

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere H2H

FaZe Clan 2-5 Natus Vincere

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere: Best PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Performers So Far

FaZe Clan

Helvijs “broky” Saukants

  • Maps: 13
  • Rounds: 259
  • K/D Difference: +57
  • K/D: 1.32
  • Rating: 1.24
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Natus Vincere

Justinas “jL” Lekavicius

  • Maps: 15
  • Rounds: 351
  • K/D Difference: +43
  • K/D: 1.18
  • Rating: 1.22

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere: Social Media Buzz

Aleksib reacts to beating G2 in the semifinals and reaching the Copenhagen Major Grand Final

Frozen reminds his colleagues and the fanbase that there is nothing to celebrate yet.

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: The Final Verdict

NAVI have been dominant in recent FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere matchups, but FaZe bagged the bragging rights in their last meeting. Both teams have gotten throughout the course of the tournament, but FaZe’s strong CS2 record leads us to believe they will be the newly crowned Major champions.

FaZe Clan to win 3-2.

FaZe Clan vs. Natus Vincere Preview: PGL Major Copenhagen 2024 Grand Final
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