Dynamic have won their fifth consecutive LAN ETS in Montreal, now for the first time in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, after besting Crucial Connexion in the grand final.
Team Dynamic were without their two star fraggers Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert and Braxton "swag" Pierce as the former is currently on vacation and the latter didn't travel to Montreal as TD instead chose to use their former members who are local.
Stepping in were Phillipe-Olivier "PEX" Crepin, who was replaced by Gilbert after DreamHack Winter, and Kevin "Legend" Binette, who retired at the end of 2010 and was replaced by Salvatore "Volcano" Garozzo.
Without much competition at LAN ETS, Dynamic were heavy favorites to clinch another title while Ubinited placed 9-12th and Erik "da_bears" Stromberg's Trademark eSports fell to third place.
Coming from the lower bracket, Crucial Connexion were able to win the first map de_inferno_se 16-13 in the grand final, but Team Dynamic secured a win with a 16-10 win on de_nuke_se after some network issues.
LAN ETS 2013 final standings:
1. Team Dynamic - $2,000
2. Crucial Connexion - $1,000
3. Trademark eSports - $500
4. Vae Victis
Team Dynamic will next travel to ESEA Invite Season 13 playoffs where Gilbert and Pierce will re-unite with the squad as they take on seven other teams in the $36,000 CS:GO tournament.