Petr1k: G2 Esports Can Win the Finals As It Gained Incredible Form

Alisa Barladyan
08 Nov 2021

CS:GO analyst Alexander petr1k Petrik specially for shared his expectations regarding the final round of PGL Major Stockholm 2021, where G2 Esports and Natus Vincere will play.

- Many people say that it will be another easy final for NaVi. Can we start comparing the power of NaVi 2021 and Astralis 2018, judging by their play?

- Natus Vincere looks very strong. There are some similarities with the era of Astralis dominance, but do not forget that the Danes not only dominated, but also won in the majors. NaVi can't boast about that yet.

- What do you think needs to happen for G2 to win this final?

- G2 Esports can win the final, they have gained incredible form for this tournament. Niko is especially strong. G2 will have a real chance at their top (most likely it will be Inferno or Ancient), they need to cling to it as hard as they can. On the other hand, the desider will be Mirage. That is the best map the French have. So if they feel a chance, this is the map they are able to take advantage of.

We will remind you that PGL Major Stockholm 2021 takes place in Sweden from October 26 to November 7. The best teams are competing for a record prize for CS:GO - two million dollars. Match G2 Esports versus Natus Vincere will take place on November 7 at 22:00 Moscow time.

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