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The results of WePlay! Clutch Island

The results of WePlay! Clutch Island

Ukrainian organizer WePlay! for the first time received a right from Valve to host a significant CS:GO tournament. That’s why we can’t but tell you about the WePlay! Clutch Island.

Clutch Island became the pre-last RMR-event in the CIS region and now we’re gonna find out what are the results of playoffs and which team took the lead.

13 teams fought for $50,000 and 4 of them reached the playoffs. The broadcast was held on Twitch and YouTube. Besides Russian-speaking viewers, 23K fans watched the English studio.

We must highlight the quality of the show, WePlay! continues to surprise us with their organization and vibe on the broadcasts, this time the setting was in the tropics. That hit hard because of the quarantine.

No doubt, NAVI was leading according to our viewership statistics, 76K fans watched their matches on average.

All the Top-5 matches were with their participation and the tournament’s peak was reached at the match of NAVI vs. Nemiga on the first day of playoffs.

Their fight was watched by 145K concurrent viewers. Although Nemiga showed excellent results in matches against Winstrike and Spirit, Natus Vincere won the match.

The fight against Virtus.pro has collected 132K viewers at the peak and “Born to Win” again proved their name. 

Although many thought that VP would win because their game was more consistent during the tournament. Virtus.pro became the second team by statistics, with an average of 41K fans watching them.

NAVI fought against Team Spirit in the finals. Though the game of Spirit was more stable during the event, Natus Vincere beat them with the 0:2 score, and 138K fans watched the match at the peak.

This victory helped NAVI to win back the first place in the HLTV CS:GO ranking. Fans were afraid that they wouldn’t participate in the Major because of the lack of points, but they've solved this problem. 

The last qualifier for ESL One Rio 2020 will take place in autumn and then we’ll know the final list of participants.

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