FURIA Esports made quick work of Team Liquid on Sunday to win the grand final at the DreamHack Masters Spring’s North American event.The DreamHack Masters Spring – The United States and Canada began with 8 groups vying for a $100,000 prize pool.DreamHack Masters Spring – The United States and Canada reward swimming pool and Pro Trip points circulation 1.

FURIA Esports made quick work of Group Liquid on Sunday to win the grand final at the DreamHack Masters Spring’s North American event. FURIA finished with a best 5-0 record in group play and the playoffs with a 3-0 victory over Liquid in the best-of-five ending. FURIA claim the $40,000 leading prize and 320 Pro Trip points.

Liquid earn $20,000 and 190 Pro Tour points. FURIA began the match with a one-map edge by virtue of winning the upper bracket. They then toppled Liquid 16-13 on Mirage and 16-5 on Vertigo to complete the sweep.

Kaike “KSCERATO” Cerato assisted all-Brazilian FURIA with 39 eliminates and a team-best plus-15 kill-death differential. Andrei “arT” Piovezan led the group with 44 eliminates while Yuri “yuurih” Santos and Henrique “HEN1” Teles ended up with identical 36 eliminates with a plus-11 K-D differential. Canadian Keith “NAF” Markovic had 35 kills for Liquid, who had their magnificent run through the lower-bracket playoffs come to a fast end on Sunday. Liquid ended up simply 1-2 in group play but went 3-0 without dropping a game in the lower-bracket playoffs.

The DreamHack Masters Jonkoping, a $250,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event, originally was arranged to be objected to with 16 groups this week in Jonkoping, Sweden. However, the coronavirus pandemic forced the occasion to relocate to an online format featuring local competitors for Europe, The United States And Canada, Asia and Oceania. The DreamHack Masters Spring – North America started with 8 teams vying for a $100,000 reward pool. The sides were divided into 2 four-team groups for round-robin play including best-of-three matches. Both group winners advanced to the upper bracket of the double-elimination playoffs, and the second- and third-place groups from each group entered the lower bracket of the playoffs.

The DreamHack Masters Spring – Europe bracket, with 16 teams competing for $160,000, also runs through Sunday. Last weekend, TYLOO won the four-team, $20,000 Asia bracket, and Renegades prevailed in the four-team, $20,000 Oceania bracket. FURIA broke a 1-1 tie on the second map before rattling off 9 wins in a row for 10-1 lead on Mirage. However Liquid fought back, winning 10 of the next 11 rounds to knot matters at 11-11. However FURIA rebounded by winning five of the next six to increase 2-0 in the grand last. KSCERATO had 23 eliminates (plus-8) on the map to lead FURIA.

FURIA won the very first three rounds and 11 of the very first 12 overall on Vertigo en route to the rout and the title. DreamHack Masters Spring – The United States and Canada reward swimming pool and Pro Tour points distribution

5-6. $5,000, 55 points– Gen.G Esports, MIBR 7-8. $2,500, no points– Chaos Esports Club, Evil Geniuses