FaZe Clan‘s international roster made history at ESL’s IEM Sydney event in incredible fashion.

Given Counter-Strike 2 is still fresh, many historic moments are still to come with the various changes the latest iteration of the popular franchise brought.

FaZe Clan put one in the history books with a 13-0 victory at IEM Sydney

FaZe Clan get first 13-0 in CS2 history at IEM Sydney
Credit: ESL

During the quarterfinal matchup between FaZe and ENCE, the former managed to pull off a 13-0 victory on the map of Anubis.

This is the first time a team has 13-0’d their opponent at a big tournament, and fans didn’t have to wait long into the era of CS2 to get it.

Finn “Karrigan” Anderson and company have looked up and down since making the swap, as most teams have, but they were on point in their second map of the series. Their own map pick or not, defeating a team without giving up a single round is always an impressive feat.

They weren’t bad on Nuke either, only giving up the three opening rounds before cruising through all but two of the remaining rounds through the entirety of the remaining across the series.

This victory not only cements them in history but is also the first time FaZe has defeated ENCE in all four of their encounters since CS:GO was released in 2012.

The win pushes Karrigan’s squad through to a semifinal match against ESL Pro League champions mousesports for a shot at the grand final.

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