mousesports best Na'Vi 3-1 to win ICE Challenge 2020; electronic secures first-ever MVP
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mousesports have taken down Na'Vi 3-1 to win ICE Challenge 2020; 16-14 Dust2, 16-8 Inferno, 11-16 Train, 16-9 Nuke.
Na'Vi came out strong on Dust2 with a 10-5 T half. But, mousesports had a better one with an 11-4 T side to finish out the map. Denis "electronic: Sharipov proved why he is considered one of the best riflers in the world with a 117.4 ADR and +12 differential, though it wasn't quite enough to carry his team to a map one victory.
Map two, Inferno, was the pick of mousesports, and it showed in the scoreline. While Na'Vi didn't get trampled, they did get beat convincingly. Everyone on the side of mousesports performed well on Inferno while electronic once again showed up for Na'Vi with a 111.2 ADR.
Train was a map of clutches for both teams, but most notably Chris "chrisJ" de Jong's 1v5 clutch. The 2020 season for CS:GO is still just beginning, but this 1v5 will be a contender for the play of the year. Superstar Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev seemed to finally wake up on this map with a series of clutches that helped Na'Vi secure the map. electronic continued his performance with a 93.8 ADR, the highest on map.
Nuke would be the deciding match for this grand final. Going into the fourth map after a great showing on mousesport's map three pick, Na'Vi had a pretty good shot at bringing this to a map five. But, they continued to underperform and lose rounds they shouldn't, resulting in a 3-1 victory for mousesports.
On a closing note, electronic had a +20 differential and a 101.2 ADR across this entire series despite his team losing 1-3. His insane performance made him the MVP of ICE Challenge 2020, his first-ever MVP award.