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Ninjas in Pyjamas came out on top of TECHLABS 2013 in Moscow with a 16-10 victory over Virtus.pro in the Grand Final.
Having come from the Upper Bracket, NiP had the advantage of needing just one map to win the tournament, while Virtus.pro, who had defeated ESC Gaming in the Consolidation Final, required two maps to get their hands on the $8,000 cheque.
It was the Swedish team who came ou the brighter, winning the pistol round, but some sloppy play from them almost cost them the second round before Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund won the decisive 1-on-1.
After NiP made it 3-0, Virtus.pro finally started gaining some ground, inspired by Sergey "Fox" Stolyarov, who was showing all his AWPing skills. The home side also opted for some aggressive moves with early pushes in some rounds, which caught NiP's players by surprise and put the Russia-based team up 7-3.
The Swedes then finally managed to recover but they were still getting picked off early in the rounds. In the 12th round, NiP found themselves in a 2-on-4 situation, but still managed to come out on top, with Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg taking down three players after being left alone. The next round followed the same trend, but this time around it was Adam "friberg" Friberg to get three kills.
NiP eventually managed to take the score to 8-7 in their favour, but they knew that things would not be easy for them as they would have to play on the CT side now. Alesund came out strongly in the pistol round, getting a triple kill which paved the way for his team to win the round.
After the second round also went NiP's way, Virtus.pro decided to buy, but their rush onto the A site from catwalk was stopped by Richard "Xizt" Landström and Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson.
NiP kept picking up round after round as Virtus.pro looked a bit off the pace after the break, and in the end the Swedish team ran out 16-10 victors to clinch the TECHLABS trophy.
TECHLABS Cup 2013 final standings:
1. Ninjas in Pyjamas - $8,000
2. Virtus.pro - $4,000
3. ESC Gaming - $2,000
4. Natus Vincere - $1,000
NiP are the best cs team EVER
but yeah NiP is well on their way to becoming the best GO team of all time x]
you mean VG?
i think VG have the same chance as all those other teams if they prepare enough
the best entry frag
the best aimer
the best igl
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Sorry didn't read it thoroughly through, you didn't actually edit out the ever, so you're still claiming that he is the best ever.
Post edited 2013-03-24 14:36:23
NiP wouldn't be top 20 in 1.6.
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Post edited 2013-03-23 18:39:02
NiP are the best cs team EVER
forest's clutch is what probably turned the game around
Navi- very disappointing performance
VP- great performance, just outskilled by NIP. How many 2v4/2v3/2v1 and f0rest's 3v1 did they lose?
#1 in AWP kills per round (0.49)
#2 in total AWP kills (95)
#6 in kills per round (0.81)
#4 in rounds with at least 1 kill (55%)
#7 in deaths per round (0.58)
#7 in K-D difference (+49)
#8 in playoff rating (1.11)
#2 in entry kill rating (1.48)
#2 in consistency (83% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
So sad that AdreN has to play with such a bad ping online. He was beast throughout the whole tournament.
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Any response is highly appreciated.
Clueless)) You belong in the twitch-chat like the other retards.)) not sry for insults.
Post edited 2013-03-24 01:21:40
I can't take this parody to offend me, you should go to baltic countries and study there how to eat shit and troll others.