One of the biggest championships Counter-Strike: Global Offensive from the beginning of 2016 ended with a confident victory of the Brazilian team Luminosity Gaming. In the final they defeated the Ukrainians from Natus Vincere on two maps. The match took place on Sunday in Columbus, United States at the Nationwide Arena.

Tournament MLG Major Championship: Columbus on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – this is the first Premier-level tournament for the Americas. And it is symbolic that it won the representatives of South America.

The final battle Natus Vincere (Ukraine) – Luminosity Gaming (Brazil) in the record (with Russian comments):

Ukrainians from NaVi, where he also played two Russians and Slovak, to kick-start the match. By the end of the first half on de_mirage map “Born to win” we were confident in the lead 11:4. However, this is only provoke future champions from Brazil – Luminosity Gaming – warmed up and pulled out a victory in overtime of the first match 19:17.

Statistics of the first final match de_mirage

The first match of the finals with a confident victory of the Brazilians so much hit the Ukrainian team in the second match on the map de_overpass they had only that give the game. In the end, 16:2 in the second leg and the first major victory of the Brazilian team!

Statistics of the second final match de_overpass

The best player of MLG Columbus 2016 tournament (MVP) recognized player Luminosity – Marcelo “Coldzera” David (Marcelo David).

MVP Coldzera

Team champion eventually received 500 thousand dollars for first place. Navi as a silver medal winner – 150 thousand dollars.

Ukrainian FlipSid3 Tactics Another team could not get out of Group A and won the 13-16-th place and 8,750 dollars. A team of Russian (Russia, Poland), which together with Natus Vincere played in Group D and group cycle results took 2nd place, won 5-8 the first place and 35 thousand dollars.

The Kazakh team Gambit Gaming (CIS) – 9-12 places with 8,750 dollars in prize money.

Ranking tournament team places MLG Columbus 2016:

Yuri Donchenko