Mousesports went up against Na’Vi this weekend in an intense match up featuring some of the best Counter-Strike:Global Offensive players in the world.
Na’Vi, featuring players like s1mple and electronic, had a good start on the first map Overpass.
Mirage however somehow made it to not only one, but two overtimes as Mousesports was able to secure the second map. Moving in to the third map, Mousesports T side proved too strong as they ended the half at 11 to 4, and finally won the championship 16 to 9.
— StarLadder CS:GO (@cssltv) February 25, 2018
Team Liquid was able to secure third place in a decider match against FaZe.