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Natus Vincere won the IEM Katowice tournament

Fans of the “Golden Dragon” had a sleepless night when they witnessed the champion team of CS: GO tournament in Poland.
The Intel Extreme Masters XIV – Katowice 2020 (IEM Katowice 2020) held in Poland has helped CS: GO to have a record following audience through online streaming platforms. The tournament hall had no audience due to the influence of the Covid-19 epidemic, but that did not affect the appeal of the tournament.
A great part of the effort helped the IEM Katowice 2020 set a record for such a large number of viewers thanks to the name Natus Vincere (NaVi) – one of the most beloved eSports organizations in the world in many subjects. eSport different.

In the final, NaVi “golden dragon” destroyed the “comedy king” G2 white did not remove quickly. Fans are looking forward to a fiery final match between the world’s top two ADCs Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and Kenny “kennyS” Schrub, but with the one-sided posture, NaVi quickly ended the match to take the throne. champion of the tournament.

G2 seemed too confident in themselves and forgot about the previous failure of the “red star” Astranis on the Nuke map the day before. The first battlefield they choose is Nuke, and the result they get is completely crushed by NaVi here.

NaVi has almost perfect CT Side results, kennyS players and teammates are almost locked and can not cause any unexpected factors. Nuke finished with a quick 16-4 score for NaVi.

Moving on to the next battlefield, Dust 2, the audience witnessed a very impressive chase score when the two teams continued to retaliate for the wins. However, in the end, NaVi with the shine of S1mple and Ilya “Perfecto” Zalutskiy gave a convincing 16-13 victory to NaVi.
The next battle scenario is that Mirage is even faster at Nuke when NaVi quickly ends the match with an overwhelming victory to 16-2. The championship of IEM Katowice 2020, NaVi, together with Astralis, fnatic and are the 4 teams that won the highest rankings of IEM Katowice 2020 in Poland.

After this tournament, NaVi will continue to attend ESL Pro League Season 11 in March and ESL Rio Major in May.