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ENCE sweep MOUZ to win IEM Dallas grand final

Field Level Media
05 Jun 2023, 06:40 GMT+10

ENCE swept MOUZ on Sunday to win the Intel Extreme Masters Dallas title.

With the 2-0 victory, ENCE claimed not only $100,000 and 2,400 BLAST Premier points but also an automatic qualification into the $1 million IEM Cologne 2023 later this summer.

MOUZ settled for a $42,000 second prize with 1,200 BLAST Premier points.

ENCE won 16-9 on Mirage and 16-10 on Nuke. Alvaro "SunPayus" Garcia of Spain led ENCE with 45 kills and a plus-16 kills-to-deaths differential. Pavle "maden" Boskovic of Montenegro had 41 kills on a plus-6 K-D and Israel's Guy "NertZ" Iluz added 40 on a plus-12.

For MOUZ, Jon "JDC" de Castro of Germany led all players with 49 kills on a plus-15 differential.

The $250,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event opened on Monday with 16 teams.

Intel Extreme Masters Dallas prize pool and BLAST Premier points distribution:

1. $100,000, 2,400 points, berth in Intel Extreme Masters Cologne -- ENCE

2. $42,000, 1,200 points -- MOUZ

3-4. $20,000, 750 points -- Heroic, FaZe Clan

5-6. $10,000, 225 points -- Astralis, G2 Esports

7-8. $6,000, 225 points -- OG, Cloud9

9-12. $5,000, no points -- 9z Team, FURIA Esports, Complexity Gaming, Team Liquid

13-16. $4,000, no points -- Fnatic, Nouns Esports, Evil Geniuses, Grayhound Gaming

--Field Level Media

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