CSGO: FaZe Clan sweep MOUZ, win CS Asia Championships


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FaZe Clan won an epic second map to sweep MOUZ and win the $500,000 CS Asia Championships on Sunday in Shanghai, China.

FaZe Clan started with a 13-7 victory on Mirage but needed three overtimes to win 22-18 on Nuke and take the title.

Jimi “Jimpphat” Salo of Finland had 53 kills against 32 deaths for a +21 advantage for MOUZ. Estonia’s Robin “ropz” Kool led FaZe Clan with a +12 KDA.

To reach the grand final, both teams had to compete in the semifinal round earlier Sunday.

MOUZ bested Astralis in the opening semifinal, 2-1. MOUZ opened with a 13-10 win on Overpass, lost 13-3 on Mirage and came back to Vertigo by a 13-7 Margin in the decider.

FaZe Clan also advanced with a 2-1 score, topping ENCE.

ENCE got off to a good start, taking Nuke 13-8, The teams went to overtime on Ancient before FaZe Clan captured a 16-14 victory, then closed out the contest with a 13-11 triumph on Anubis.

FaZe Clan earned $250,000, with the runner-up taking home $100,000.

CS Asia Championships 2023 prize pool:
1. $250,000 – FaZe Clan
2. $100,000 — MOUZ
3-4. $50,000 – ENCE, Astralis
5-6. $16,500 – Lynn Vision Gaming, Ninjas in Pyjamas
7-8. $8,500 — TYLOO, Wings Up Gaming

–Field Level Media


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