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S1mple made 54 frags on the second map against BIG-NAVI still lost

The captain of the Natus Vincere CS:GO team, Alexander s1mple Kostylev, made 54 frags on Dust2 against BIG in the ESL Pro League Season 11. Despite this, the team from the CIS lost: the meeting ended with a score of 0: 2 (7: 16 on Nuke and 20: 22 on Dust2).

On both maps, s1mple was the only one from NAVI who finished with positive homicide and death statistics. At the end of the match KD Kostylev — +45. The closest pursuer, Johanns tabseN Vodarts, has +11.

The loss to BIG was NAVI’s second in the tournament. Earlier, the team from the CIS lost to North with a score of 0: 2. Currently, the s1mple team is ranked last in group B of the European League division.

ForZe earned the second victory at the ESL Pro League Season 11

ForZe beat North in the group stage of the ESL Pro League Season 11 CS:GO. The team of Dmitry Alekseev facecrack won with the score 2:0 and earned three points.

Forze’s next opponent will be Natus Vincere. The start of the confrontation is scheduled for March 21, 20: 20 Moscow time. Before this meeting, Kirill Boombl4 Mikhailov’s team will compete with BIG: the match will start on March 19 at 20: 20 Moscow time. You can follow the schedule and results of the championship in our report.

The ESL Pro League runs from March 16 to April 12. The group stage was planned to be held in Malta, but the matches were moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 24 teams compete for prize Fund in the amount of $750 thousand in two divisions.

HellRaisers lost their debut match on SECTOR: MOSTBET Season 2

HellRaisers lost to SKADE in the SECTOR: MOSTBET Season 2 CS:GO group stage match. Kirill ANGE1 Karasev’s team finished the match with a score of 1: 2.

HR will face the loser of the cyber Legacy — Pompa Team pair in a relegation match , while SKADE will play the winner. The dates of the matches will be announced later.

SECTOR: MOSTBET Season 2 runs online from March 15. Eight teams play for $10,000, of which $7,000 will go to the winner.