In what was most likely the last major final in CS 1.6 history, fnatic have once again overcome Natus Vincere (18-22 on de_train and 16-13 on de_dust2 and 16-5 on de_tuscan), thereby winning PGS and taking home the 9,000€ cheque.
The match began on de_train, where fnatic got off to a good start as Terrorists and picked up the opening four rounds. Na´Vi responded immediately after that and showed some good positioning for the remainder of the first half to go into half-time with a 10-5 lead.
In the second half, Andreas "MODDII" Fridh inspired fnatic to a sensational start, with the Scandinavian side taking the score all the way to 15-10, but then spurned the five map points they had as Na´Vi levelled the game on 15 rounds before winning the overtime 4-0.
de_dust2 was the second map, and once again fnatic came out the stronger, only to see Na´Vi pull off a comeback. This time around, the Ukrainians went into the second half up 9-6, and little did both teams know about what was going to happen next.
With the score 2-0 in favour of the Danes, the internet at the venue went down because of a Ddos attack, and soon after that, two players from Na´Vi and one from fnatic got disconnected from the server half way through the round. After a heated discussion about what the solution, it was decided that the third round, which fnatic won, would not count, and that Friis would get $6,000 because he had an AWP, while all of the other players would be given $4,500. Some close rounds then followed, but in the end fnatic managed to win the map 16-13 to level the tie.
The final map was de_tuscan, where Na´Vi had already shown against Anexis that they had some problems. fnatic knew this and pulled off an impressive performance, sealing a 16-5 victory after winning the first half 14-1.
PGS 2012 CS 1.6 final standings:
1. fnatic - €9,000
2. Natus Vincere - €4,000
3. Anexis - €2,000
If you post shit, you get shit posten back, that's how life goes.
An 18 years old kid talkin shit about 1.6, you're probably one of those unskilled kids with glaces, runing behind cs:GO
Don't try to reply please !
Post edited 2012-10-16 11:46:50
You forgot about Dreamhack Bucharest :D
I wouldn't really call fnatic vs Anexis a "major" final :)
Well played fnatic, and well played the other 3 teams that took the following places! Na'Vi, Anexis and Place2Play. They showed some very good performances and top class hightlights to history of CS 1.6!! ;)
GG PGS too!
I THINK NAVI LOST THE TOUCH AFTER THE 2nd MAP DUE TO ALL THE DELAYS OR ELSE THEY COULD HAVE EASILY WON D2 AND ATLAST IT WAS A BAD FINAL
Post edited 2012-10-15 02:14:20
navi, as soon as they arrived, they spectated 10 mins on anexis vs p2p and as soon as they knew that there was still the SC and GO final they went back to the hotel and returned around 7pm
maybe you're right, fnatic are used to delays, unlike navi
Post edited 2012-10-15 02:15:54
they lost nearly all pistol rounds and still got more rounds than fnatic even tho fnatic had 5-6 rounds advantage...how is that bad?
anyway this tournament fucked up everything...
last majours (IEM and WCG) ESC won...
so ESC final kings of majours...
de_train was the best map just because we all watched that map, haha.
congratulations fnatic, deserved win after tuscan. p.s. ivansickk, edward uzb and soundbox please die after all, enough of this shit.
Gj fnatic, clearly the best team in the world even with all the changes in the team.
delays fucked this final
Na`Vi are still the best :D
the best game ever... Thank you everybody for amazing moments. ^^
I also feel really sorry for the teams, especially Na`Vi, for having to put up with that shit. They were way ahead of fnatic the whole match until the ridiculousness started, ending up losing the following rounds after waiting hours to continue the game. Coincidence? I think not. I would've been frustrated too. From what I heard fnatic even tried to bargain for a round in which two players from Na`Vi crashed, beyond pathetic.
Anyhow, this is not how CS 1.6 should be remembered, I don't think that anyone is pleased as this being the final tournament nor with how it finally went down. I hope that someone organizes a huge, FLAWLESS, tournament with high-caliber teams to make up for this mess.
Post edited 2012-10-15 08:32:32
The outcome itself doesn't bother me, rather the way it came to it. It would only be fair for both teams to clash without having these problems. I'd bet the result would've been completely different if it wasn't for the aforementioned issues.
Navi were up one map since a bit lucky (but still strong) comeback at train. And had the chance to finish off the match by picking up 4 rounds in a row after longer break at dust2, to reach a 13-8 lead. But fnatic turned the match around and showed they stronger for 4:th time in a row, still even when changing some players. Navi lineup always been intact.
GL both teams in future! Nicely Played and Good Luck!! to Counter-Strike !! bless you..
Post edited 2012-10-15 08:53:12
You can be worst player than your opponent, but when you are winning, when you have 9k in your hands almost, when you are happy, when you have that motivation that makes you give hs you never though to do, when you are with that mometum, all seems to be easier.
Then after 4h, waiting and waiting,problems after problems, fnatic could place theyr head in the place,had time to think what to do to revert the situation.
Fnatic put some rounds,thought that could win that, got motivated, ended the game, simple as that, in finals ,psychological helps a lot, not only skill matters.
Meanwhile , Navi loose 1 round,2 rounds,3 rounds, got unmotivated .
Simple as that :)
GG fnatic and Na´vi
Fnatic once again deserve to be called 2012 truly champions, no matter what navifans blaiming this time for losing - they always blaiming, once again, so sore losers simply, get a f*ing grip all ready and move on!
Fnatic once again strongest!!
It's kinda hard to say anything about the ending of dust2 since nobody saw it (except for the ones who were actually there) but the effect that a crash can have on a match is bigger than you think. They were given a certain amount of money to continue with, which is already a different situation than before the crash. For instance, Friis was given 6k since he had an awp before the crash. He could've just as easily had only $4750 before the incidence, thus having an awp with 10 bullets and no kevlar whatsoever. These things may seem insignifcant but they can, however, turn the match around. As I already said though, I don't know exactly what happened at the end of dust2 so this is just speculation.
The thing that bothers me the most is that this was indeed the final major match and tournament for CS 1.6 and the way both ended was rather dissapointing. That was pretty much the point of all this ranting which became way lengthier than it was supposed to. Well, what can you do?
I too wish good luck for both of the teams and their players, too bad it had went down this way.
Post edited 2012-10-15 09:35:39
And dont play the "hatred-card" towards others then navi, since we know navi abused many situations to their advnatage over these years since they created.
Fnatic whorty Top1 team of 2012 - 4 consecitive finalwins over same team!
No doubt, fnatic is the best team of 2012, winning almost everything in their path. I have no disrespect towards them, nor am I a "fanboy" of Na`Vi, my reaction would've been the same if fnatic would've been in Na`Vi's position. I am simply not satisfied with the match, that's all.
Best of luck for both teams though!
Post edited 2012-10-15 09:44:40
Navi abusement? kicking out keyboard vs SK in OT at DHW 2011. Ghosting at several events. Screaming abusive and unsportmanlike words from ceh9 mouth - plenty of occasions. From time to time making really really poor performances losing with so obvious purpose in order to calculate the easier PO-route, that its nearly disgusting. Thats not what should define true and great champions and idols of Counter-Strike.
Fnatic were simply stronger. Deserved!
Post edited 2012-10-15 09:57:20
The kicking of the keyboard was supposedly a mistake, no player would do such a thing on purpose. I agree that ceh9 could keep it down but I guess screaming is a part of the game. Look at karrigan after every round, making noise like there's no tomorrow (not just with his mouth). I bet almost every team has at one point or another calculated their way forward. The tournament structures are the ones to blame, not the teams. I agree though that it's ridiculous but you can't really know for sure that this is the case, unless they really lost to a low-tier team with huge numbers.
I can't find any evidence for your claims.
Perhaps the keyboard wasnt with purpose, but navi didnt whant the round to be redone, thats a true face of bad sportmanship.
che9 worst troll in history of CS, nuff said.
Navi "calculated" tournaments like a disgusting abusmentstool like no other team ever played this game. No top tier team lost matches so badly with sucha obvious purpose. You see what should happened in teh Olympics with "sportmanship" like this.
Fnatic won 4 consecuttive finals in a row, dont be sore loser. Fnatic proved they are above navi. Navi were 3 points away at d2 with the score 13-8 but wasnt good enough / fnatic to good.
Post edited 2012-10-15 10:44:06
It's obvious that they had to remove the rounds they won since Na`Vi weren't playing with five players, that's a given. The fact that fnatic tried to hold onto these particular rounds is what makes it bad.
I am not a sore loser. I'm analyzing the match objectively. I don't give a shit if Na`Vi would've been completely raped, as long as the match is fair without interruptions.
Eventually they didnt hold onto these points, since they had to minus rounds previous won. They had compromise debates about this. Dont lie to yourself that navi would selling themselves short there.
Considered the darn break - then, more fair then this it doesnt get. Its nothing but truly subjective (the very opposite to objective) putting it in such way navi in general are the disadvanteged team in this case. You dont agree with me and I dont agree with you. You can have your opinion, i never said anything else. But dont try to with false statements here.
Navi are one of the strongest teams ever in this game we call Counter-Strike, I can agree. But these 4 final losses in a row is quite remarkable!or? U seem like most of the fins that hates swedish CS dominance over the years more than anything. That is the core problem to your issue with this.
GG Fnatic ! and well tried Navi, but not this time either!
GG Fnatic, always topskilled!
These things do matter, they do affect BOTH of the teams. I'm just expressing my frustration towards the tournament as a whole, the teams are just pieces in the puzzle. No matter what teams would've participated in the grand final, the match still sucked (apart from the first map).
I am objective since I clearly mentioned that these problems affected both of the teams. I do think that the leading team is always at disadvantage in these situations, as it has been proven before too. Na`Vi is (was) one my favorite teams but that doesn't change the facts here.
Fnatic won 4:th consecutive final in a row, with some different players. This is not a one hit wonder. Best team won again.
face it deal with it live with it
GG Fnatic! TOP 1 @ 2012 ! ConCratz
How can it be when navi won 4 rounds in a row just after break(?)
Try another one or dont reply.
I rest my case, I always think that the losing team gets the upper hand in these situations.
Kinda sad to see you speaking against yourself.
Navi came out strongest by winning 4 opening rounds, how can you say it affected navi in more negative ways than fnatic. "mentally aspects" .. just ... haha.
Fnatic winning 8 strait rounds once again approves them being absolutly best CT's at d2. Turning this around with pure individual skills and talents they deserve to be praised, not forgotten "bcuz more unfair for navi" - so much bullshit in that statement.
Nothing else really.
While navi had more then perfect situation with 13-8 but wernt strong enough to seal the deal so to speak. They can blaim nothing but themselves.
No matter what haters say, fnatic still undisputed champions of the world year of 2012.
You are still clearly misunderstanding me.
I'm not finding any excuses for why Na`Vi lost. Heck, I don't even care that they did.
My initial thought was to express my feelings of the tournament, which I did. I have no idea why the whole Na`Vi vs. fnatic thing got blown out of proportion, that was only a side note. The final match did not deliver (apart from the first map), end of story.
I am still not a hater, as I have already mentioned several times. I have no idea why you keep twisting my words. A team can be at a huge disadvantage and still win the game, and vice versa. The fact remains that the losing team has USUALLY the advantage when given some time to think things over, it's not rocket science. Why do you take a time-out in hockey as the losing team? Exactly. This time things worked in favor of fnatic, that's fine, I'm not denying that.
I have honestly no idea why you keep replying to me, nor why you replied to me in first place.
Post edited 2012-10-15 19:10:12
Both teams had to deal with the break, navi came out strongest in the begining, before the fnatic show once again started to rowl over the ukrainians by pure skill and deserved win.
Eventually navi was simply outclassed with 16-5 at de_tuscan, wich usually supposed to be one of navi's absolute strongest maps.
Why shouldnt i reply you when you are actually stating out subjective rubbish trying to minimize fnatics win. Im replying as long as i wanna, bcuz i know im right in this particular case.
I don't know how many times I have to write this so it'll sink in. The losing team usually gets the upper hand when a break/pause takes place, since they can re-strategize their game and discuss about how to proceed. This time it did not affect Na`Vi right after the break. That's why I wrote, and will write once more, USUALLY.
These things ALWAYS affect BOTH teams, as I've already stated numerous times. I don't know why you got so hung up on this. I just felt more SORRY for Na`Vi, since they pretty much demolished fnatic before these fuck-ups. You could clearly see that Na`Vi was way less motivated on tuscan. This could be because of a lot of things, but the delay combined with the loss of the previous map is most certainly a decisive factor.
You keep on replying my friend, you won't change my opinion nor will you get anywhere with this anyway. Read me first post once more thoroughly. Was this topic really the main case in my comment? I feel bad for BOTH teams, as they BOTH had to deal with this shit and they were eventually BOTH affected by it at one point or another. Fnatic were stronger at the end of the day and they did deserve to win, although I feel more SORRY for Na`Vi since they were in the lead. Is that objective enough for you, princess?
PS. tuscan is not considered to be one of the strongest maps for Na`Vi anymore, I knew they would get raped on it. I'd say train or possibly dust2.
I am eagerly waiting for your next reply, sir.
If you look more closly I also wrote "wich usually supposeD(!) to be one of navi's absolute strongest maps".
At tuscan navi were tilted and confused when fnatic won a couple of close rounds in the start, exept Edward perhaps who played like he was actually enjoying the game. But thats not what we talking about. We are talking about de_dust2 and its eventual outcome.
"I just felt more SORRY for Na`Vi, since they pretty much demolished fnatic before these fuck-ups." You seem very bitter with such statement.
Demolished"^^ Both train and dust2 were the closest rounds you could get in a CS-match. At train it was more fnatic misstakes who made navi win first map.
So this is what it comes down to, you are claiming navi had a lead at dust2 and they were the most disadvantaged. The score was 9-8 when the break appeared, significant lead(?) Navi won the 4 straight opening rounds to make it up to 13-8, what "psychological aspect" are you talking about here wich would send navi's play down compared to fnatic(?) your points doesnt makes any really impact nor sense.
"I do actually feel slight hatred towards fnatic if the statements hold true." you typed earlier.
So here we are, thats the very coreproblem. You are feeling hate towards fnatic, bcuz you whant navi to win. Thats simply why you are "feeling more sorry for Navi". Thats the opposite of objective, it means you are a subjective sissyfangirl, and your profil cannot rly lie.
No, you probably wont change your mind and i couldnt care less, since you are pretty much alone with your rabid fanthoughts - wich its so called logics are speaking against it self.
Both teams had to wait equally long, navi came out strongest from the break by picking up the 4 first rounds. Otherwise it would have appeared the opposite way. Thats logical sense, but you dont seem to have much of that.
So in the end thats your private and subjective opinion navi were more disadvantaged. If they were good enough team, they would have seal the deal when taking that 13-8 (as T). But once again (4:th final in a row) fnatic just were to strong, and thats what should be in the spotlight and focused on, nothing else.
I am "eagerly" waiting for your next reply, miss.
Not least - dont forget Fnatic also had to remove rounds. There's no way fnatic got the more out of this situation then navi. It was a compromise that both parts were equally happy/sad with.
Yes, Na`Vi is rather strong on tuscan. What I meant was that they do have better maps and their level of play on tuscan has decreased since a couple of years back, I knew they'd lose to fnatic on it.
Na`Vi was way more dominating on both maps than fnatic, until the delay. I'm not even going to explain to you what the word disadvantage means since obviously you don't get the hang of it. Na`Vi did have the disadvantage after the break, simply because they were the winning team. Fnatic had the opportunity to discuss what they'll do next when taking Na`Vi's playstyle into consideration. Na`Vi had that option as well, but it yielded fnatic more since they were able to get the required rounds. A disadvantage does not necessarily mean that you'll lose because of it. It means the opponent has the upper hand but you can just as well win, just as they can. I don't even know why I'm explaining this to you, it should be obvious.
I'm gonna quote moddii on this one:
"... it was nice to have a break, to break their momentum and to talk with the players, so I think it was really good for us."
"The break benefited us but the decision itself did not, because we had won that round, we were up 3-0, and they would have to go on eco, so it would probably go 4-0 for us. But after the break we took one round and then lost the next one."
To claim that the break didn't have any effect on fnatic's game is completely ridiculous. Once again, I don't understand why you don't get this. I'm not taking anything away from fnatic, I'm not praising Na`Vi, I'm simply explaining the situation from an objective point of view. Yes, objective, look it up. I have not even once been subjective towards Na`Vi in this discussion, I would describe this the same way if I was a huge fan of fnatic and if the roles would be reversed. The break appeared, fnatic got the rest of the rounds and they won the map. How exactly did it NOT enhance their game? Self explanatory.
"So here we are, thats the very coreproblem. You are feeling hate towards fnatic, bcuz you whant navi to win"
WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK IS THIS?
The result has nothing to do with that statement, neither does my cheering for one or the other team.
As I already wrote in my first comment (READ!!!) fnatic tried to bargain for the round that they won, in which Na`Vi only played with three players since two of them crashed. How exactly can you NOT hate that kind of behaviour? That, my friend, would be fanboyism. Ultimately they had to give up the round, which was the correct decision, obviously. No one in their right mind would even consider giving them that particular round. As of right now, I do NOT hate fnatic nor their players, nor am I a "fanboy" of Na`Vi. It's a whole other story if the aforementioned is true.
I never said that one of the teams would've been given a longer time to have a break. The terms of the break were equal for both teams, I never said anything else. The thing is though, (god forbid this is the last time I'll write this) things like these always favor more the losing team. ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS. Follow any sport and you'll realize. Why do losing teams make huge comebacks after a time-out or a break? Yeah.
That is my objective opinion about the situation, which also happens to be the fact here. I don't give a fuck about the teams in question, it's the situation I'm talking about. I'd say the same thing about Na`Vi if they'd be down a few rounds and later on end up winning the map.
I can't, I just CAN'T realize that you still think I'm trying to take away or lessen fnatic's victory here. They were the better team, they were stronger at the end of the match and that IS in the spotlight.
Do you still honestly think after all this that fnatic didn't get anything from the break? ANYTHING? I'm not saying that the break was the decisive factor for their victory, I'm saying that it DID have a small impact and that it DID have a positive outcome. This is what I've been saying all along. Thinking contrarily would be like saying that the break didn't happen.
I am done with this. I hope you are too.
Post edited 2012-10-16 17:50:59
Fnatic had to sacrifice 2 rounds at dust2 and navi won the first 4 directly after the very long break, so the pyschogical and momentum factor were not a fnatics side AT A BEGINING, they had to earn it back with their own skills and they did.
Eventually fnatic won dust2 and the momentum MODDII and all we normal ppls talking about first came at de_tuscan.
Fnatic were up 15-10 at first map (five matchpoints) and literally gave away the win by making some huge misstakes rather then navi playing extremly good as a team, wich usually is their primary and known marketing brand. So talking about navi would have "demolished fnatic" before at de_train and earlier dust_2 rounds is just mindblowing fake statements only comming from navifans.
fnatic got worlds best CT-side at dust2 - a level above navi's skillcap, so its rather logical they turned it around by their own power and will, and nothing else.
Post edited 2012-10-17 13:54:30
You didnt saw the match, you say that fnatic won fairly, they had money (loosing 13-8 before the break) , you think its fair enought Na´Vi money , i bet on a 11k each, fnatic 3/5k each.
And it all goes to 6k , you think fair.
Just because, fnatic won the past events, they had to win that , won.
Na´vi were smashing fnatics head , simple as that .
But talk wont bring us a new final so GG 1.6
So, Cry more you sore loser.
Natus Loseré, forever losers to swedish CS!
You are just a fan boy , ROFL , did you saw what you just wrote there?
You have flags of fnatic on your door as well?
Swedish cs , fnatic ? am i missing something here?
Btw dont call me a looser ,you are the one cheering for fnatic,talking about a game that u DIDNT EVEN SAW, and you are all fired up because they won it.
I only cheer for FCP <3
1 MORE THING ,I TRIED TO UPLOAD THIS COMMENT ON REDTUBE ,BUT THEY DONT ALLOW RAPE ;(
But you seem mad. :/ Rrr' you Ok .
That famous round , where Na�Vi played with 3 players ?
And fnatic wanted to continue, even navi had only 3 players.
If you say it is fair, well.
Post edited 2012-10-15 10:31:41
You cry this much only make ppls laugh at fanboys,read the gm and demo before u post all of this plz.
Because NaVi lost concentration and fnatic had time to discuss new tactic. After delay game changed - fact. Obviously it WAS better for fnatic.
"since a bit lucky"
Thats just pure bullshit fanboyism/hating.
"they stronger for 4:th time in a row"
Fnatic 3:th time in a row have time advantage...
There is nothing to blaim on.
Fnatic simply stronger and more skilled, skills at another level than navi, only Edward delivered really really good individual skill vs fnatic and it isnt enough.
Or else Y OUI maDz like Delpan would say.
Sweden CS best f0rever.
I wrote it.
"Fnatic simply stronger and more skilled, skills at another level than navi"
mad easternEU fankindz most mad fanboys, especially ukr gutterchildz seems to be all gathered up at this forum.
Sweden stronk - ukr wronK
navi's bad luck :(
After the break Navi went up to 13-8 by consequently winning the 4(!) rounds in a row directly after the break.
So after all the break made more good to Navi then Fnatic.
I dont think so, before the break it was 13-6 (i think, Na´Vi had so huge advantage, that when that went down, i turned off the stream, i knew it that would be Na´Vi easy win,they were smashing Fnatic).
Dont talk about what you dont know please.
Hard for you to understand? Yes.
Did you even saw the match?
They were ALREADY WITH 13 ROUNDS YOU FUCKING MORON STUPID HATER FANBOY NOOB :D
You didnt saw the match and you are talking .
Go to Sleep , you didnt saw the match
Navi took the lead with 13-8 by winning the first 4 rounds. How is that negative impact on navis game?
it was same for both, and even worse for fnatic since one of their rounds they won didnt count.
Sore losing fall to sleep allready and cry some more oceans.
4 consecutive final wins in a row for fnatic vs this navi, what to blaim? really fanboyism? or? whois? you not?
[2easy for Fnatic]
why in every comments you say :
[2easy for Fnatic]
and so on.
No one can argue with you, so you get mad , and start calling fanboy , and saying fnatic are the best.
I dont care :\
you carebear :D
For somebody who has been following the Counter-Strike scene for four years, (not terribly long time), this just gave me a chill and sinking sensation. Not necessarily a bad feeling, just that it's hard to believe that the book has come to a close.
Congratulations, Fnatic, for getting the last laugh! ;)
Sweden Counter-Strike strongest once again.
MODDII da navislayer
FYRR73 i love you to
karrigan, friis and trace - all you are danish heroes and/or maybe semi-swedish heroes xddd X))
Post edited 2012-10-15 10:15:21
>three players are danes
Post edited 2012-10-15 11:10:01
Top1: NiP/SK/Several versions with swedish teams 1999-2007, fnatic 2009, SK 2011, fnatic 2012
f0rever and ever - Sweden CS total domination!!
At least i dont.
Im just talking about facts, discussing the tittle of topic simple , Na´Vi was crushing fnatic before the break.
Only Srgi4n7PéFF! ,making results of his mind (9-8 before the break)LOL , cant handle the truth, and start calling fanboy and so on, when we can see clearly that him is a fnatic fanboy.
fnatic showed that they're better by winning 8 rounds in a row being down 13-8
Post edited 2012-10-15 10:30:14
Fuck you NaVi and NaVi madfanboyz marik best awp all stronk edward top world ceh9 ghostbuster >.<
fnatic x Na'Vi - Last major Final ever - 2012 †
Really good games though, solid proof that this game is miles better than cs:go xD
ps. navi looosers
Thank for every1 for bring us these amazing games in many years, truely lengends.
lat kingz in cs 1-6
Top1: NiP/SK/Several versions with swedish teams 1999-2007, fnatic 2009, SK 2011, fnatic 2012
f0rever and ever - Sweden CS total domination!!
Golden Five + mTw all lineups + Na'Vi > all your Sweden elite, peace.
SK > navi 2011
Fnatic >> navi 2012
Swedish top elites in general >>> nvi ukr horseshit-losers. Natus Losere'
ya still mad navifanfag(?)
Sweden Counter-Strike total earth domination! f0rever and ever. Only mad easternEU fankids can blind for this.
2001 NiP (HeatoN, Potti, XeqtR, MedioN and Hyb)
2003 SK.swe (HeatoN, Potti, elemeNt, SpawN, fisker and ahl)
2004 The-Titans (whiMp, Drally, spx, KK, eGene and Eraz)
2006 NiP (zet, SpawN, RobbaN, walle and ins)
2007 fnatic (f0rest, dsn, cArn, Archi and ins)
2008 mTw (whiMp, Sunde, zonic, MJe and ave)
2009 fnatic (f0rest, GeT_RiGhT, Gux, dsn and cArn)
2010 Na`Vi (markeloff, Edward, starix, Zeus and ceh9)
2011 ESC (NEO, TaZ, pasha, kuben and loord)
2002 : Team9? maybe
2003 : EYEBALLERS was also great
and I would mention PGS,NoA and Mibr in 2005
2012 is fnatic's year and it will be under a danish flag
Post edited 2012-10-17 11:41:26
Go " " " " 500?
Post edited 2012-10-15 15:37:59
sad Navi can't win this final..
Post edited 2012-10-15 18:19:31
This file is legit. Demos in this file were recorded from the internal PGS HLTV. In this file is also included the demo of the final which includes de_train de_dust2 and de_tuscan.