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The winner of CS:GO’s seventh major is EnVyUs after emerging the victor over Na`Vi in a best-of-three brawl (16-14 on de_train and 16-5 on de_cbble).
The grand finals of DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca, CS:GO’s seventh major, kicked off with a face-off that many may not have expected: EnVyUs versus Natus Vincere.
With the French team looking to redeem its downfall at the previous major grand finals and the Ukrainian-Russian-Slovak team entering its first grand finals at a major, the first map of contention was de_train.
Pointman Kenny “kennyS” Schrub looked determine to bid adieu to his underwhelming performance at the Cologne finals and took off from nV’s CT pistol round onwards, and with his help as well as the whole team hitting its shots EnVyUs moved ahead to a 7-0 scoreline before Na`Vi could answer back.
Na`Vi’s return into the arena that is train’s outer and inner bombsites was spearheaded by Denis “seized” Kostin in the first half, who picked up multiple two and three kill rounds to give Na`Vi a string of rounds and end the half 9-6 to nV’s advantage.
EnVyUs defeated Na`Vi on the latter team’s map choice
On the second half, Na`Vi took CT pistol and Slovakian Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovács finally began to warm up and string together frags and the Eastern European team moved ahead to a 11-10 lead before nV answered back.
The remaining rounds on de_train were fiercely contested, with single rounds often going back and forth. On the 28th round, Vincent “Happy” Schopenhauer saved his team with a grenade onto a defusing Na`Vi member. Despite a small Na`Vi comeback, it was therefore the French team which took the first map 16-14.
With de_cbble being EnVyUs’ map choice, the boys in baguette kicked off their T-side with entry fragger Dan “apEX” Madesclaire dropping a quad kill and giving the team momentum on the second map.
This opener allowed nV to surge forward, and kennyS‘s seven kills by the seventh round were already testament to the player’s focus since it was more kills than kennyS had altogether on de_cbble in the Cologne finals. Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt also chimed in on the seventh round with an ace of his own to pull nV ahead even further.
In a similar fashion to de_train, Na`Vi woke up after being down 0-7 and managed to defeat EnVyUs on a force-buy round, which gave the Eastern European team two rounds. Then, kennyS and GuardiaN faced off in a one-versus-one and it was the Frenchmen who emerged the victor, bringing the score to 8-2.
Na`Vi set a record by making the grand finals of a major, but ultimately fell short
GuardiaN redeemed himself with a triple-kill shutdown in the next round on the B site which reset nV’s economy and forced the French to buy TEC-9’s. Thus, with desperate tenacity, the CIS-region team clung onto the game and ultimately picked up five rounds on their CT side; the half finished 10-5 for nV.
Happy and his crew held the front on the team’s CT pistol to pull ahead 11-5 and move even closer to guaranteeing kennyS and apEX their first major championships.
And that was all she wrote for this match as nV simply outplayed and outaimed Na`Vi for the remaining rounds to win the map 16-5 and win the major at DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca.
DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015 Best of 3EnvyMatchpage
K – D
Kenny ‘kennyS’ SchrubkennyS
43 – 26
Nathan ‘NBK-‘ SchmittNBK-
39 – 30
Dan ‘apEX’ MadesclaireapEX
34 – 37
Vincent ‘Happy’ SchopenhauerHappy
36 – 36
Fabien ‘kioShiMa’ FieykioShiMa
25 – 36
K – D
Ladislav ‘GuardiaN’ KovácsGuardiaN
41 – 29
Denis ‘seized’ Kostinseized
41 – 37
Danylo ‘Zeus’ TeslenkoZeus
32 – 37
Egor ‘flamie’ Vasilyevflamie
28 – 38
Ioann ‘Edward’ SukharievEdward
23 – 37
DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015 final standings:
1. EnVyUs – $100,000
2. Na`Vi – $50,000
3-4. G2 – $22,000
3-4. NiP – $22,000
5-8. TSM – $10,000
5-8. Virtus.pro – $10,000
5-8. Luminosity – $10,000
5-8. fnatic – $10,000
9-12. CLG – $2,000
9-12. Cloud9 – $2,000
9-12. mousesports – $2,000
9-12. Titan – $2,000
13-16. FlipSid3 – $2,000
13-16. Liquid – $2,000
13-16. dignitas – $2,000
13-16. Vexed – $2,000
stich writes for HLTV.org and can be found on Twitter
[Update] Team EnVyUs acquire LDLC CS:GO Roster | envyus cs go – Vietnamnhanvan
On the 1st February 2015, one of the largest and most renowned Call of Duty eSports organisations, Team EnVyUs, announced the acquisition of their first official Counter Strike: Global Offensive roster.
In an attempt to expand their brand beyond the largely popular first-person shooter, Call of Duty, nV have successfully obtained the services of Vincent “Happy” Cervoni, Fabien “kioShiMa” Fiey, Nathan “NBK” Schmitt, Richard “shox” Papillon and Edouard “SmithZz” Dubourdeaux.
The rather shocking announcement occurred only hours after LDLC confirmed they had parted ways with the highly successful CS:GO team. In an official statement issued by Nathan “NBK” Schmitt it was declared that:
“During the French scene shuffle, our objective was to reach the highest level in CS:GO. We gathered the players to fullfil this goal, and Team-LDLC was able to give us everything we needed to focus 100% on the game,”
“We developed a very good relationship with the directors of the project, and it is with many thanks that we leave the adventure today.
“We received all the support and the means to grind higher and higher, while giving us a complete liberty in and out of the game. We also had the chance to be coached by MoMaN, an unique guy who was able to give the team a real chemistry, helping us through many tough choices, and giving us the tools to step up from tough situations.
“It is obvious to say that they had a big role in our success, and we are proud that we were able to share all these moments with them.
“However, we decided to have a fresh air and starting a new adventure in another project, after few days of negotiations.
“On behalf of my four teammates and myself, I would like to thank once again Team-LDLC for their support, and I wish them the best for all the projects they will be a part of within eSports in the future!”
Subsequently, LDLC manager Anthony Rabby went on to admit that while they attempted to retain the services of their players, unfortunately they were unable to match the proposed offers presented by Team EnVyUs and wished them the best of luck in their future endeavours.
“Created in September 2014, our Team-LDLC CS:GO imposed themselves among the best teams in the world,”
“Our players flew the flag of our structure on the highest podium steps and reached the top with their wins at Dreamhack Winter 2014 and at the Winter X-Games.”
“As any team that stands out, they have recently received a subsequent proposal from overseas that, despite our efforts, we could not compete with.”
“We support our players in their decision and wish them to continue their rise. Team LDLC.com has always aimed at keeping the Counter-Strike scene going and does not intend to step down from competition.”
“The entire structure will take benefit of this change to discover new talents once again.”
As the audience of Counter Strike tournaments continue to grow and evolve, Team EnVyUs are now the third major eSports organisation to acquire a CS:GO roster within the new year. The long awaited venture into PC eSports is one that has seemingly been worthwhile, with Envy fans around the world welcoming one of the most prominent squads.
Team Envy Managing Director Mike “Hastro” Rufail had this to say about the new team:
“This is an exciting day for our organization and fans. My involvement in eSports has now spanned a decade and I will say that it is rare to find a unit as quality as the one we have just brought to Envy. To say this team is impressive would be an understatement. I couldn’t be more happy to have them wearing Envy Blue and our intent is to help them continue to progress not only as individual competitors, but also as the great team they have come to be.”
(Source: HLTV and TeamEnvyUs.com)
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