In the final match, HAVU Gaming fought against AGO. The latter could not take a single card from the Finns, having taken a total of 19 rounds on two of them. For their efforts and the second place, AGO received a consolation prize of $ 7,000.
HAVU Gaming started their journey from the regional group stage and have done a great job on their way to victory.
It is noteworthy that not a single team that received invitations straight to the quarterfinals was able to advance to the semifinals.
Snow Sweet Snow # 2 started on February 2nd. The total prize pool of the championship was $ 100,000. The winner, HAVU, took the main cash prize of $ 47,000. The rest of the prize money was distributed in an unusual way. The top 8 teams of the regional group stage each received $ 1,000, the top 8 of the regional Swiss stage each received $ 2,000, the top eight of the main Swiss stage each earned $ 3,000, and the winners of the first round of the playoffs received another $ 1,000.
Prize pool distribution
- 1st place: HAVU Gaming - $ 47,000
- 2nd place: AGO - $ 7,000
- 3-4th place: Winstrike - $ 7,000
- 3-4th place: Copenhagen Flames - $ 7,000
- 9th-12th place: Anonymo Esports - $ 3,000
- 9th-12th place: MIBR - $ 3,000
- 9th-12th place: Nemiga Gaming - $ 3,000
- 9th-12th place: SINNERS Esports - $ 6,000
- 13-15th place: SKADE - $ 3,000
- 16th-18th place: Trident Clan - $ 3,000
- 19th-20th place: 100PingGods - $ 3,000
- 21st-23rd place: Lilmix - $ 3,000
- 21st-23rd place: Styldunow - $ 3,000
- 21st-23rd place: Tricked Esport - $ 3,000
- 24-26th place: eXploit Esports - $ 3,000
- 24th-26th place: GROND - $ 3,000
- 24-26th place: ONYX - $ 3,000
- 27-28th place: Case Esports - $ 3,000
- 27-28th place: Ambush Esport - $ 3,000