Fnatic, G2 Esports, GODSENT and Ninjas in Pyjamas emerged victorious in their respective decider matches on Saturday at the DreamHack Open Fall 2020 event.

Fnatic posted a 2-1 win over OG in a Group A match to set up their upper-bracket first-round contest versus North on Monday.

Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson recorded 61 kills and Robin "flusha" Ronnquist had a plus-9 kills-to-death differential for the all-Swede Fnatic, who sandwiched a 16-12 win on Mirage and 16-14 victory over Overpass around a 16-13 setback on Inferno.

In a Group B tilt, G2 Esports overcame a first-map loss to seize a 2-1 victory over Heroic. G2 answered a 16-10 loss on Overpass with a 16-11 victory on Vertigo and 16-13 triumph in Inferno to set up an upper-bracket first-round contest versus BIG on Monday.

Nemanja "hunter-" Kovac of Bosnia and Herzegovina paced G2 with 69 kills and a plus-13 kills-to-death differential.

In a Group C encounter, GODSENT rallied from a one-map deficit to post a 2-1 win over FaZe Clan. GODSENT countered a 16-11 setback on Mirage with a 16-11 victory on Nuke and 16-12 triumph on Inferno.

Pavle "Maden" Boskovic of Montenegro had 68 kills and a plus-12 kills-to-death differential for GODSENT, who will face Astralis in the upper-bracket first-round match on Monday.

In a Group D clash, Ninjas in Pyjamas overcame a first-map setback to record a 2-1 victory over Sprout. NiP dropped a 16-6 decision on Nuke with a 16-9 victory on Mirage and 16-11 triumph on Inferno.

Tim "nawwk" Jonasson had 59 kills and a plus-16 kills-to-death differential for the all-Swede Ninjas in Pyjamas, who will face Team Vitality in an upper-bracket first-round match on Tuesday.

The $115,000 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event began with 16 teams divided into four groups. The field will be cut to 12 teams after double-elimination group play. Teams that finished first or second in a group advanced to the upper bracket of the double-elimination playoffs. Third-place teams will be slotted into the lower bracket.

All matches are best-of-three. The winner of the tournament's grand final, scheduled for Oct. 25, will earn $33,000 and a spot in the $500,000 Intel Extreme Masters Season XV Global Challenge, Dec. 15-20 in Cologne, Germany.

Prize Pool
Team, Place, Prize money, RMR Points
1st -- TBA -- $33,000, 2,500
2nd -- TBA -- $21,500, 2,344
3rd -- TBA -- $14,000, 2,188
4th -- TBA -- $10,000, 2,031
5th -- TBA -- $7,500, 1,875
6th -- TBA -- $6,500, 1,719
7th -- TBA -- $6,000, 1,563
8th -- TBA -- $5,000, 1,406
9th -- TBA -- $3,250, 1,250
10th -- TBA -- $2,500, 1,094
11th -- TBA -- $2,250, 938
12th -- TBA -- $1,500, 781
13th-16th -- mousesports, Endpoint, sAw, ENCE -- $500, 390.75

DreamHack Open Fall 2020 group standings, with won-loss record and map differential
Group A
1. Team Vitality, 2-0, +19
T2. Fnatic, 1-1, -6
T2. OG, 1-1, +14
4. mousesports, 0-2, -27
Group B
1. Astralis, 2-0, +5
T2. G2 Esports, 1-1, +1
T2. Heroic, 1-1, +13
4. Endpoint, 0-2, -19
Group C
1. BIG, 2-0, +18
T2. FaZe Clan, 1-1, -2
T2. GODSENT, 1-1, +3
4. sAw, 0-2, -19
Group D
1. North, 2-0, +16
T2. Ninjas in Pyjamas, 1-1, +5
T2. Sprout, 1-1, +3
4. ENCE, 0-2, -24

--Field Level Media

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