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February 1st, 2021

"Money is not a problem" Earnings of CS:GO teams in January

DreamHack Open January 2021 and cs_summit 7 have come to an end, which means it's time to sum up the earnings of CS:GO teams in January in our section "Money is not a problem".

In addition to DreamHack and cs_summit 7, there was an even bigger tournament from BLAST, where 8 teams competed for a prize pool of $1 million.

NAVI earned the most in January 2021

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Earnings for CS:GO teams in January:

1st place: NAVI - $600,000
2nd place: Astralis - $200,000
3rd place: Virtus.pro - $100,000
4th place: Vitality - $80,000
5th-6th place: Team Liquid and fnatic - $50,000 each
7th place: Sprout - $40,180
8th place: Team Spirit - $35,000
9th place: Gambit Esports - $28,500
10-11th place: Evil Geniuses and mousesports - $22,500 each
12-13th place: G2 Esports and FURIA Esports - $20,000 each
14th place: Heroic - $17,500
15th place: BIG - $15,673
16-17 place: Complexity Gaming and FunPlus.Phoenix - $15,000 each
18th place ALTERNATE aTTaX - $12,165
19th place: Sinners - $11,250
20th place: OG - $5,000
21st place: HellRaisers - $4,875
22nd place: forZe - $2,625

The calculations took into account the results of major BLAST Premier tournaments: Global Final, DreamHack Open January 2021 and cs_summit 7. We also did not forget about Vulkan Fight Series 2020, UNITED Pro Series Winter 2020 and ESL Meisterschaft Autumn 2020.

Regarding such material on Dota 2, it will most likely be released at the end of February, since the DPC leagues have started, which will end on February 24-26.