Natus Vincere has won the Intel Challenge Super Cup 7 season with a 2-1 defeat of Frag eXecutors in the Grand Final.
The season final took place at the Kiev CyberSport Arena, where Natus Vincere took on Frag eXecutors to decide the winner of the season. The first map de_nuke is rarely combined with victory for the Ukrainians and this time should be a repeat of that scenario. Fx won 16-12 and took the lead before moving to second map de_dust2.
Na´Vi once again proved capable of solid play on the Terrorists side on de_dust2, scoring an 11-4 lead at half-time. Fx then came from behind and evened out the match and it seemed like it could go either way in the end. It should however be Na´Vi to equalize to 1-1 in maps, as they picked up the final round to win 16-14 on de_dust2 and force a third and final map.
Switching to de_inferno, it was Fx who started out the better, getting a hold of 9 rounds as Terrorists. Just like on second map, it went down the wire to decide the winner of the map. In the very last round, Fx had the opportunity to bring the game to a tie, but the Polish team got denied by Na´Vi hot-shot Yegor "markeloff" Markelov, who won a 1-versus-4 situation to secure Na´Vi victory at ICSC7 finals, with a 2-1 score in maps.
In the third place decider DTS secured a 2-0 win over KerchNET, meaning the final standings for the Intel Challenge Super Cup 7 finals are as follows:
1. Natus Vincere - $5,000
2. Frag eXecutors - $3,000
3. DTS - $2,000
This puts an end to the seventh season of Intel Challenge Super Cup, make sure to check out the statistics from the event, find them by clicking here and make sure to stay tuned for more event highlights to come.