Natus Vincere’s series against G2 Esports was one to remember for the ages. And by reaching just over one million peak viewers, it will now be remembered in the history books as the most popular non-Major CS:GO event.
Na’Vi’s grand finals performance against G2 garnered a peak of 1,002,132 viewers, according to Esportscharts, putting the series up among some of the most popular series’ in competitive CS:GO. For example, this series was viewed more than the 2017 Kraków Major and the 2019 Berlin Major.
Fans were treated to some of the best play we’ve seen from Na’Vi, leading to the team winning its first big event win since StarSeries i-League Season 7 back in April 2019. Superstar Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev showed why he is considered the best player in the world, winning the event’s MVP award with a 1.33 HLTV rating and leading all players in several stats.
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