Last weekend, Epic Esports hosted at the VTB Ice Palace, in Moscow, its first international Counter-Strike tournament, called EPICENTER. Eight of the best teams in the world, including G2 Esports, clashed over six days in this exciting tournament for a piece of the $500,000 prize pool.
dignitas gave a fantastic account of themselves during the tournament, surviving three best-of-three clashes in the playoffs to secure the title and the grand prize of $250,000. But in terms of individual performances, it was Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev stealing the show as he led several individual statistics despite the fact that his team crashed out of the tournament in the semi-finals.
Scroll through the infographic below for all the key stats and facts from EPICENTER: