His plus-16 differential on Inferno wasn’t enough to extend the match, even though MIBR did hold leads of 11-9 and 14-13. Evil Geniuses avenged a 2-1 loss to MIBR in Friday’s upper-bracket last and won the $160,000 very first reward, along with 1,600 BLAST Premier points and a berth in the $1.5 million BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020, scheduled for next January.

Evil Geniuses swept MIBR on Sunday to win the grand last of the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals. EG held off an MIBR rally from a 15-6 deficit in the very first game to publish a 16-14 win on Dust2 to take an early lead. They closed out the best-of-three match with a 19-15 overtime win on Inferno.

Bulgaria’s Tsvetelin “CeRq” Dimitrov led Evil Geniuses with 54 kills and a plus-16 kill-death differential. The only other teammate with a positive kill-death differential was Canadian Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz at plus-2. The All-Brazilian MIBR squad was led by Epitacio “TACO” de Melo’s 50 kills and plus-8 K-D differential. His plus-16 differential on Inferno wasn’t enough to extend the match, despite the fact that MIBR did hold leads of 11-9 and 14-13.

Evil Geniuses avenged a 2-1 loss to MIBR in Friday’s upper-bracket final and won the $160,000 first reward, along with 1,600 BLAST Premier points and a berth in the $1.5 million BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020, scheduled for next January. This $250,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event included four groups contending for prizes.

The BLAST Premier Spring Finals, a $750,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive occasion, was initially scheduled to be played in Moscow, but it was moved online and split into two regions due to the coronavirus pandemic. “It isn’t the exact same sensation as being at an event, on a phase, however it still is a big win for us,” American Tarik “tarik” Celik said on HLTV.org after the match. “We’ve been working actually hard, and I believe we are all extremely happy with the manner in which we played at this event.”

The eight-team, $500,000 European area, was chosen Sunday, with Complexity Video gaming pulling off a reverse sweep to beat Team Vigor 2-1. Complexity took home $335,000, and both teams made an area in the Global Final. BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals reward swimming pool, with money and BLAST Premier points: