BMG win Intel Challenge Katowice

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Bad Monkey Gaming came out on top of Intel Challenge Katowice following a 2-0 victory over CM Storm (16-12 on de_cache and 16-5 on de_nuke).

Following the end of ESL One Katowice, which saw fnatic scoop their second major CS:GO title, the community’s eyes turned to the female tournament in Poland, featuring four of the world’s best teams and a $30,000 prize pool.

CM Storm, who qualified for this tournament as TBA, were the first to reach the grand final after disposing of local side ALSEN with a 2-0 scoreline.

In the other side of the bracket the heat was turned up as Bad Monkey Gaming took on UBINITED in a clash between two giants. After losing the first map, de_mirage, 8-16, Christine “potter” Chi’s side equalised the series by picking up a 16-9 win on de_cache, but Zainab “zAAz” Turkie’s troops ran out 16-10 winners on de_inferno to progress to the final.

As expected, Bad Monkey Gaming made light work of CM Storm in the grand and quickly emerged victorious following 16-12 and 16-5 wins on de_cache and de_nuke, respectively.