North Win DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018 $250,000 CS:GO Tournament - Final Placements - Dexerto

North Win DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018 $250,000 CS:GO Tournament – Final Placements

Published: 2/Sep/2018 18:03 Updated: 7/Oct/2020 19:54

by Calum Patterson


North have topped off their impressive run of form with international tournament win, defeating fellow Danish team, Astralis, in the Grand Final of DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018.

The tournament saw 16 of the top teams from around the world descend on Stockholm for a five day tournament, the last big event before the FaceIt London Major, starting on September 5.

Astralis were the big favorites coming in, but were actually pipped to the top spot in their group by Danish rivals North, who beat them 2-1 in their group stage match.

But Astralis’ confidence wasn’t knocked, as they took down both MiBR (formerly SK) and Ninjas in Pyjamas in pretty dominant 2-0 fashion.

North continued to look equally strong, as they defeated Na’Vi in the quarter finals in a 2-0, before they faced a tougher test against mousesports in the semis.

Mouz had already defeated FaZe Clan, who finished in a disappointing 5-8th. North bettered mousesports in the end however, after being 16-0’d in the first map, they bounced back to win the series 2-1.

And North looked on track to take down Astralis in the Grand Final after a big map one win, and were favorites on map two train.

Astralis though, ever resilient, took train comfortably, 16-6, forcing the third decider map. They also started the stronger on Overpass, map three, but North kept themselves close in the round count, until eventually closing out with a 16-11 win.

DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018 – Final Placements

Position Team Prize Money
1st North $100,000
2nd Astralis $50,000
3rd-4th Ninjas in Pyjamas $22,000
3rd-4th mousesports $22,000
5th-8th FaZe Clan $10,000
5th-8th Na’Vi $10,000
5th-8th Heroic $10,000
5th-8th MiBR $10,000
9th-12th TyLoo $2,000
9th-12th Hellraisers $2,000
9th-12th Ghost Gaming $2,000
9th-12th OpTic Gaming $2,000
13th-16th NRG $2,000
13th-16th Fnatic $2,000
13th-16th Grayhound $2,000
13th-16th Gambit $2,000

Why JKS is the perfect fit for blameF’s Complexity | Richard Lewis

Published: 30/Oct/2020 11:22

by Daniel Cleary


Following 100 Thieves’ departure from Counter-Strike and after weeks of speculation about the former roster, Justin ‘JKS’ Savage finally confirmed his next step in a move to Complexity’s Juggernaut lineup, alongside captain Benjamin ‘blameF’ Bremer.

Richard Lewis breaks down this roster move in his latest video for Dexerto and takes a look at why the signing of JKS could be exactly what this Complexity lineup needs to improve.

Replacing young CS:GO star Owen ‘oBo’ Schlatter, who wanted to return to North America to compete, Savage will have a big role to play on his new team.

With consistent fragging abilities and after coming back off multiple top-two finishes in his final run with 100 Thieves, including a finals appearance in the ESL Pro League, Richard Lewis also highlighted just how much potential the Australian pro has to work with.

However, as BLAST Premier Fall is now underway, JKS will be looking to replicate those performances once again and help this Juggernaut roster, led by blameF, to find more success in the coming months.