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HomeeSportsCounter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO)CSGO News: Spirit rally to face Na’Vi in BLAST Premier Spring final

CSGO News: Spirit rally to face Na’Vi in BLAST Premier Spring final

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Team Spirit rallied from a map down on Saturday to win and advance to the grand final of the BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2024 in London, where they will face Natus Vincere.

Spirit clipped Team Vitality 2-1 while Na’Vi swept Virtus.pro in the semifinals.

The $425,000, eight-team Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event wraps up with the grand final on Sunday. The winner takes home $200,000 and 3,200 BLAST Premier points while also qualifying for the World Final in November.

All matches are best-of-three save the grand final, which is best-of-five. The playoffs are single elimination.

On Saturday, Spirit rallied after losing on Mirage, 13-11. Spirit rebounded to win 13-9 on both Dust II and Anubis. Russian Dmitry “sh1ro” Sokolov led Spirit with a plus-16 kills-to-deaths differential, adding 50 kills. Countryman Danil “donk” Kryshkovets led Spirit with 55 kills.

Na’Vi had no such drama, dispatching Virtus.pro 13-5 on Anubis and 13-9 on Mirage. Lithuanian Justinas “jL” Lekavicius led Na’Vi with 34 kills and a plus-18 K-D differential.

BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2024 prize structure
1st: ($200,000, 3,200 BLAST Premier points, World Final qualification)
2nd: ($85,000, 2,200)
3rd-4th: ($40,000, 1,300) — Virtus.pro, Team Vitality
5th-6th: ($20,000, 600) — Astralis, FaZe Clan
7th-8th: SAW, G2 Esports ($10,000, 400) — SAW, G2 Esports

–Field Level Media

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