SKADE entered the Elisa Invitational Winter 2021 from the quarterfinals, and became the champion. With this championship, they took $50,000 share of the $100,000 prize pool.
Second place was the French team HEET. The journey of the two teams in the tournament can be read below.
HEET entered the tournament in the quarterfinals and heat things up
HAVU Gaming was the first opponent of HEET, who participated in the Elisa Invitational Winter 2021 from the quarterfinals. Although HAVU Gaming took the lead on the Dust II, HEET advanced to the semifinals with consecutive wins on Inferno and Nuke. In the semifinals, they were paired with ENCE. They won the two competitive matches on Vertigo and Overpass against ENCE and advanced to the grand final.
SKADE reached the grand final without losing a map
SKADE's opponent in the quarterfinals was Eternal Fire. They advanced to the semifinals with their wins on Dust II and Inferno. In the semifinals, SKADE's rival was the Danish team CPH Flames. Even though the scores were very close, SKADE won both maps and advanced to the grand final.
SKADE did not have much difficulty in the grand final
The two teams that participated in the Elisa Invitational Winter 2021 from the quarterfinals met in the grand final. The first map was Overpass. SKADE won it 16-8. The other map was Dust II. Winning again with the same score, SKADE became the champion of Elisa Invitational Winter 2021 and won the grand prize of $50,000.
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