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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

FaZe Clan are the PGL Major Antwerp victors

Natus Vincere came up in second place after being defeated in the finals.

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The PGL Major Antwerp competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament has officially wrapped up, and that means we now have a winner, a team that will be heading home with $500,000 in prize money, as well as a whole batch of ESL Pro Tour and BLAST Premier points, as well as a ticket to the BLAST Premier World Final later this year.

The team that has claimed all of these rewards is FaZe Clan, who after appearing in the finals against Natus Vincere, defeated the Ukrainian esports organisation 2-0 to take the championship.

This victory continues FaZe Clan's dominance this year, as the team was also the winner of IEM Katowice a few months ago, and also the ESL Pro League Season 15 as well. These three wins have already seen FaZe Clan net over $1 million in cash prizes in 2022.

As for what is next for competitive CS:GO, IEM Masters Dallas starts in a few days, and then after that, the BLAST Premier Spring Finals are set to occur.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive