by Ciaran Jackman in
eSports Betting News

At the BLAST Premier Spring Final, Team Vitality triumphed over FaZe Clan with a hard-fought 2-1 (4-13, 13-10, 13-6) victory, securing a spot in the semi-finals.

The Counter-Strike match showcased Vitality’s resilience after a shaky start, particularly on Inferno, where FaZe dominated early.

Despite a 13-4 defeat, Vitality bounced back emphatically on Dust2 and Mirage, showcasing superior form and strategy.

Dan “apEX” Madesclaire highlighted the team’s turnaround, acknowledging the initial struggle but commending their comeback spirit.

He emphasized Vitality’s confidence on Dust2 and Mirage, where they outplayed FaZe decisively.

Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut’s standout performance was pivotal, underlining his impact with a remarkable 1.55 rating.

The loss marked a disappointing end to FaZe’s tournament run, their third consecutive quarter-final exit.

Team captain Finn “karrigan” Andersen expressed disappointment, acknowledging the team’s failure to meet expectations despite their high standards.

In another quarter-final clash, defeated Astralis 2-0 (13-8, 13-10), showcasing resilience and strategic prowess., led by Dzhami “Jame” Ali, overcame early deficits on Inferno and Dust2 to secure a semi-final berth against Natus Vincere.

Astralis, despite initial leads, faltered against’s tactical manoeuvres, ending their season with mixed results.

In-game leader Nicolai “device” Reedtz lamented missed opportunities and expressed a desire for stronger finishes.

Saturday’s Spring Final matches

  • Team Spirit (-138.89) vs Team Vitality (+100) @ 4pm BST
  • Natus Vincere (-138.89) vs (+100) @ 7pm BST

More esports news

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Share Post:
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments