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MiBR is so lucky.
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Other Fookin_Legend 
Playing RNG in the 1/8s. If they had been drawn against astralis, liquid or navi, they'd lose for sure.
2019-02-23 01:41
theyll lose to rng as well, dont worry
2019-02-23 01:41
#13
TACO | 
Brazil SUVACO 
Stage playoffs gives mibr confidence and skill boost maybe rng Will get nervous, since its theyr first major playoffs But i agree, rng in theory is the better team atm
2019-02-23 01:48
The crowd will cheer for Renegades
2019-02-23 01:53
#20
TACO | 
Brazil SUVACO 
This gives even more boost to mibr They love to play against the crowd 😬
2019-02-23 01:56
We'll see. Wait for the game. Until then, it's just your hype, not facts.
2019-02-23 01:59
#23
TACO | 
Brazil SUVACO 
Not my hype, dont u know that fallen library thing? Lol I know we have to wait the game
2019-02-23 02:13
#22
rain | 
New Zealand flux1 
ahahah ex sk didnt lol maybe this mibr will tho for what i know ex sk always had a few supporters where ever they went and they were hella loud but since rng are the underdogs here to prove a point maybe mibr wont have that loud br support
2019-02-23 02:13
#29
TACO | 
Brazil SUVACO 
True, but i was Just talking about that fallen library quote I Just Hope both teams play great. I wish rng didnt face mibr now, because i was cheering for them too, they are playing very well and deserve to go far. But now i Will have to cheer for my boy taco
2019-02-23 02:20
Yeah, we saw that in Boston against C9.
2019-02-23 03:12
implying there's any crowd
2019-02-23 02:14
It’s Katowice ofc there will be a crowd
2019-02-23 03:14
br top1 2019 br language = best comunication of world imagine - felps + kng
2019-02-23 01:47
#26
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Brazil fortunafelipe 
That's what you said before Nyp and complexity.
2019-02-23 02:14
#77
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India Noobdian1 
Proud of beating coL Lmaoo
2019-02-23 07:26
I said that?
2019-02-23 09:46
#79
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Nepal ramann 
Being overconfident on MIBR to win against the raging Renegades, we will see about that.
2019-02-23 09:49
#95
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Albania mars1ck 
i agree rng will beat mibr
2019-02-24 02:50
#111
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Serbia NEXIXOX 
+1
2019-02-25 00:52
dude RNG will rekt them look how well they playing and how struggle MIBR
2019-02-23 01:42
#4
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Finland Vkims 
Renegades will go out in quarters
2019-02-23 01:42
they play against mibr (already confirmed) and they will win 2-1
2019-02-23 01:44
#6
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Finland Vkims 
No they wont, biggest choke ever incoming
2019-02-23 01:44
Doubt
2019-02-23 01:45
#11
ile | 
Finland Vkims 
Mr Marcelo David will easily stop the hype train
2019-02-23 01:46
#65
ARTeMis | 
Australia zebO 
Imagine being an ence fan lel
2019-02-23 06:24
Hes mad bcs ENCE lost to RNG twice lmao
2019-02-23 06:28
#103
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Australia Eagz 
just like ence choke on nuke map pick
2019-02-24 03:34
#106
ile | 
Finland Vkims 
HAHHAHHA nt
2019-02-24 08:07
#76
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
MIBR will win 2-0. Easily. RNG barely beat ENCE and FaZe who are both playing like shit and under performing, the map against Astralis was a fluke, and Vitality sucks and is on their level as a tier 3 team. They will crash under the pressure of playing against a legendary team like MIBR on the stage, especially the two new guys. Also, AZR never shows up for playoffs on LAN and anytime RNG upsets a top team early on in a tournament they show their true form in the next round and bomb out in bo3's. Hopefully they prove me wrong and make a nice run, that'd be nice to see for once.
2019-02-23 07:22
#83
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Australia vamped 
Seems like people are doubting them constantly but they keep proving everyone wrong. I hope it continues. I’d love to see them beat MIBR and make semis
2019-02-23 10:25
#84
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
yeah through one round of the Major, I'm using 2 years of stats to back my claims
2019-02-23 16:28
... This full roster has only been together since the last starseries season. How is 2 years proving anything. That was a totally different team then. Since the new 5 man has been together they have only had 1 exit from a comp under top 8 which was at IEM Chicago without Kassad. that is leaps and bounds better then previous lineups for renegades
2019-02-24 02:52
#114
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
Sorry, but they haven't accomplished anything on LAN with the new lineup. Finishing 5-8th at starseries with wins over tier 4 teams is not impressive. Finishing 13th-16th at IEM Chicago was hilarious. Finishing 3-4th at a tier 5 event in Bangkok is not impressive. Finishing 5-6th at Pro League was a big accomplishment for this org, though their wins came against 3 teams who were struggling so bad, that all 3 of them changed rosters after the tournament. In hindsight, it's not as strong of a result as it suggests. Finishing 1st at the Asia Minor is a joke in of itself due to the fact that Asian teams are allowed multiple spots solely due to their region. If it weren't for that fact, no Asian/Oceanic team would ever step foot in a major. It's also hilarious because Renegades is the only full scaled live-in compete-in NA team that is able to take a bullshit route to the Major, when they are undeserving of it. If they had to play the NA qualifier, they'd never step foot in a major. Finishing at the top of the qualifier stage was nice work. Though none of their wins were impressive. Beating an obviously struggling ENCE 16-13 is not much of an accomplishment. Anyone can beat FaZe in their current state, especially 16-14 in a bo1, not impressive at all. Vitality is tier 3. Again not impressive. They have overachieved due to lucky matchups thus far in Katowice. Expect embarrassing 2-0 to MIBR as previously stated.
2019-02-25 02:54
> Lucky matchups > Beat ENCE, Faze and NiP (all in top 8) pick one "Anyone can beat FaZe in their current state" Tell that to the teams they beat to make top 8 " If they had to play the NA qualifier, they'd never step foot in a major. " Seems like second in ECS season 6 and fifth in Pro League Season 8 really shows how much they "struggle" against NA teams. You sound like a fun guy at parties.
2019-02-25 09:19
#118
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
-Ignores all results pre-major qualifier -16-13, 16-14, 16-13 - bo1 victories on Mirage in close bo1 games against struggling teams, not as impressive as you think loyal fanboy. -FaZe: lmao...2-1 in bo3 vs coL, almost dropped a map to c9 in bo3, lost to AVANGAR, lost to Renegades. Please try and tell me that this is the FaZe of the last 2 years with a serious face. Then give me information to back it up, please. -Online NA results don't mean much, primarily because the top NA teams are not concerned with online results while playing in 10x more international LANs then Renegades during the year. Playing online matches while at tournaments. Meanwhile RNG is sitting at home, anti-stratting and practicing hard for their online matches.(Like NRG) Also 2 of the top 3 teams had major roster overhauls before/during/after the season(c9, MIBR) And clearly the 2nd best team in the world couldn't care less about their online results(Liquid) Are you going to tell me with a straight face that Renegades is better than Liquid due to their online results? I respect your love for your team. But you are blind to their true form.
2019-02-25 16:18
You said anyone can beat faze in their current form. But clearly not everyone can as we have seen. I don't see how my universities csgo team could beat faze in their current form if Cloud9 can't. "the top NA teams are not concerned with online results while playing in 10x more international LANs then Renegades during the year. " If we assume Renegades played 3 international tournaments in a year (purely as an example), liquid and MIBR played 30??? Ok buddo. I feel like online games QUALIFYING for an international LAN should be important no matter the team. Never once did i say Renegades > Liquid. idk where you got that from, what i did say was "Seems like second in ECS season 6 and fifth in Pro League Season 8 really shows how much they "struggle" against NA teams." Two very different things. When did i ever say Renegades were dominating? or would easily make top 4 and 2-0 MIBR or anything along those lines. I clearly stated that renegades new lineup had placings "leaps and bounds better then previous lineups for renegades". Very very different to anything you have suggested Why are you like this.
2019-02-26 10:05
#122
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
You clearly have issues with reading comprehension. Yes, any of the top teams can beat FaZe in their current form. Just because some of them lost, doesn't mean that's not the case. This is not the same FaZe we've seen for the last 2 years. That is obvious. Losing to tier 3 teams like Renegades/AVANGAR or dropping a map to a team like coL didn't happen. That is the point I made. They are beatable. The fact that your response was to tell me.."well cloud9 just lost and I dont think university csgo teams could beat them" shows that you are a fucking moron. -A bit of an exaggeration obviously, do you take everything in life as literal as your response to my post? can you think for yourself when you read or does your brain only allow you to comprehend the definition of a word when it passes through. Online games qualifying for shitty international Oceanic LANs are not important. Not for any team that's at least tier 3. But again, that wasn't my point. My point was that Renegades wouldn't be at a major without their joke of a qualifier. That Renegades would never make it through the NA qualifier. And that their 2nd place finish in Online NA ECS standings is an arbitrary result and shows nothing of their ability to hang with the NA scene because the top teams of the league are out playing LANs, while Renegades is sitting at home anti-stratting like NRG. -You didn't. You said Renegades only had 1 LAN result without making the top8. So I went and checked their results, to inform you that making top8 at a bunch of shitty tier 4 LANs means nothing. You then ignored all of my reasoning for why those LANs were not accomplishments, jumping straight to the major, where you ignored the fact that FaZe and ENCE are struggling right now(if you paid attention to the scene you would understand that 95% are aware of this) and that Renegades barely beat them, 16-14, on MIRAGE. retard.
2019-02-26 16:05
#110
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Australia vamped 
thats fine. id rather you and everyone else doubt them tbh
2019-02-25 00:51
#115
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
Sorry, but they haven't accomplished anything on LAN with the new lineup. Finishing 5-8th at starseries with wins over tier 4 teams is not impressive. Finishing 13th-16th at IEM Chicago was hilarious. Finishing 3-4th at a tier 5 event in Bangkok is not impressive. Finishing 5-6th at Pro League was a big accomplishment for this org, though their wins came against 3 teams who were struggling so bad, that all 3 of them changed rosters after the tournament. In hindsight, it's not as strong of a result as it suggests. Finishing 1st at the Asia Minor is a joke in of itself due to the fact that Asian teams are allowed multiple spots solely due to their region. If it weren't for that fact, no Asian/Oceanic team would ever step foot in a major. It's also hilarious because Renegades is the only full scaled live-in compete-in NA team that is able to take a bullshit route to the Major, when they are undeserving of it. If they had to play the NA qualifier, they'd never step foot in a major. Finishing at the top of the qualifier stage was nice work. Though none of their wins were impressive. Beating an obviously struggling ENCE 16-13 is not much of an accomplishment. Anyone can beat FaZe in their current state, especially 16-14 in a bo1, not impressive at all. Vitality is tier 3. Again not impressive. They have overachieved due to lucky matchups thus far in Katowice. Expect embarrassing 2-0 to MIBR as previously stated.
2019-02-25 02:54
MIBR showed nothing convinient but a great coldzera. They needed luck against a poor g2 when RNG hook first map To astralis. W8 and see but dont underestimate the boys
2019-02-24 08:18
ENCE will go out in the challengers lul #NOTSOEZ4ENCE
2019-02-23 02:18
#7
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Other Fookin_Legend 
Nope. MiBR is superior, and Renegades has never been in a playoff of a major. They'll choke in front of the crowd, I've seen this before.
2019-02-23 01:44
Renegades is playing pretty good, but I guess mibr should win that
2019-02-23 02:51
844712
2019-02-23 01:42
Mibr top 1 uhhhhhh yeeeeaaaaahhhhh
2019-02-23 01:45
#9
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Brazil MadBettorGrr 
Being honest I think that Renegades are the favorites, if bookies give me odds >2 I'll bet on them
2019-02-23 01:45
There is no "draw" you moron. Renegades and MiBR are the 4th and 5th seed respectively, so they had to play each other. Do you have any idea how this system works at all?
2019-02-23 01:47
#15
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Other Fookin_Legend 
So? Doesn't change the fact that MiBR got lucky with their opponent in the quarter.
2019-02-23 01:48
#60
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Finland dev2ce 
Lucky? MIBR will get demolished still, lmao.
2019-02-23 05:45
nice flag change loser
2019-02-23 07:07
#71
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Finland dev2ce 
nice flair change loser
2019-02-23 07:07
Nothing wrong with changing your flair, and you clearly had a danish flag the other day
2019-02-23 07:08
#73
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Finland dev2ce 
clearly didn't, always been this flag
2019-02-23 07:10
0/8
2019-02-23 07:09
#75
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Finland dev2ce 
+1
2019-02-23 07:09
#62
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United States kearCS 
Your first mistake was not understanding the system. Your second mistake is underestimating the current Renegades lineup.
2019-02-23 05:53
+1
2019-02-23 09:52
Presidente_Medici is in the disney
2019-02-23 01:49
Well, they had the same luck last time with complexity and got absolutly destroyed by the next tier 1 team they met. Same will happen this major.
2019-02-23 01:50
But unlike coL RNG is actually a good team who had to beat decent teams that are all around/above their skill level. This is a 60/40 in favour for RNG for me
2019-02-23 06:30
#19
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Canada ReaperSoul 
It's not that simple, considering how the two of them played throughout the tournament. Renegades could get in the semi-finals if they continue to play like they've played thus far. They also seem to have more team cohesion than MiBR. MiBR had to rely on 1-2 people per map to win anything so far (mostly coldzera and fer so far). Their map pool looks pretty mediocre too, whereas the Renegades have a pretty good map pool.
2019-02-23 01:54
#46
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Brazil KOCMANAUT 
I think you're totally right when you say mibr lacks cohesion. imo it's their biggest issue, and I think that's why they sort of relied on individual talent rather than nice coordinated plays, like you also observed. Inferno against nip was just like that, fer and cold making up for fallen's bad performance. I just disagree on the map pool statement, I think mibr's map pool is pretty solid; these players have been playing on the highest level of competition for 3-4 years, most of them together (except for felps), and that really doesn't go with a poor map pool. even at cache, which they always ban, i've seen them play sometimes last year and it wasn't bad at all (even without taco on B site hold) Main issue I see is lack of teamwork. if they can fix that, rng won't stand a chance, since mibr players are more skilled and experienced. But just skill won't do it. If they can't work with some sinergy, they'll have a tough time against rng. In any case, it will be a pretty nice game
2019-02-23 04:28
#69
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Canada ReaperSoul 
The map pool can grow and shrink over time, even if a core sticks around since forever. With the Stewie2K/tarik lineup, they had a decent map pool, but they weren't gods on any of them like Astralis with Nuke and Inferno or G2/HR on D2. You also have to consider that they just put the team back together over the player break, meaning they weren't going to establish a good, deep map pool during that time. From what I've seen so far from the Legends stage, the only maps they got going is Train, which they beat NiP convincingly and a map in which NiP is pretty good on, and Mirage, which they beat compLexity somewhat convincingly, though I wouldn't say compLexity is really good team on Mirage. The only other map they played in the Legends stage was Inferno, and although they did win twice on it, they won it against NiP and G2, who weren't good Inferno teams in the first place, and it was competitive with 16-14 and 16-12 scorelines respectively. The other Inferno game was against C9 and they got blown out 16-3, though C9 is a decent team on Inferno. They need at least one or two more maps to be competitive against the top teams and the sample size is too small right now, so we can't dictate where they'll go (except Nuke). Against the Renegades, it's looking a little bleak for MiBR in terms of the map pool because they can play five of the seven maps in the pool (six if you really want to consider D2 since they blew out Vitality on it 16-5). MiBR is at a disadvantage with the map vetoes. The only saving grace right now is their firepower, as they have no team cohesion.
2019-02-23 06:59
#25
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World spaaace 
well they can't get to the final without beating astralis, assuming they win their match so it is fine :)
2019-02-23 02:14
#28
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Other Fookin_Legend 
it's the same with liquid on the other side... They have no chance of beating either.
2019-02-23 02:20
#30
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Brazil Analyst10 
It's pretty obvious how this major will go: Semis: Astralis x MiBR = MiBR NAVI x Liquid = Liquid MiBR 3 times major champion.
2019-02-23 02:22
Finally some1 with a brain
2019-02-23 02:36
#38
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Cyprus heypxL 
when? i just saw 2 no brains peoples
2019-02-23 02:55
LOL mibr is going to lose 0:2 to renegades
2019-02-23 03:10
#48
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Brazil KOCMANAUT 
you, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar
2019-02-23 04:37
#98
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Brazil zLux1 
Dream KKKKKKKKKK But i not look the mibr beat the Renegades actualy
2019-02-24 03:00
#101
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Brazil Analyst10 
It's impossible for MiBR to loose! Renegades had won from who? What the fuck! ENCE, FaZe, Vitality? All of them are tier 2 right now. None of them can win against Astralis, Liquid or NaVi. All of them are weaker than NIP! And in ALL of these matches RNG struggle to win. 16x13 16x14 and 2x1 (almost lose the decider 16x12) MiBR on the other half, we didn't see ANYTHING from them. Smashed 2x0 NIP, struggle in the last map, but showed who's the king on Train. They throw away their first match against Cloud9 to avoid Astralis, Liquid and tier 1 teams before the stage. I can even say that Inferno is not on their mapool anymore. I can see Train, Overpass and Mirage way better for them. But on Challengers and in a Bo1, Inferno was good enough to not show any of the new strategies and win from tier 2 teams. The combination of: Big Stage and crowd WAY more experience Fer and Coldzera shining and making the diference They didn't show anything from Train, Overpass and the majority of the other maps. Renegades can't win. It's like coL on FaceIt Major 2018, exciting and shit, but they can't go through the quarters. RNG removed Overpass MiBR removed Dust2 RNG picked Inferno MiBR picked Train MiBR removed Nuke RNG removed Mirage (Cache) Cache (Mirage) was left over If not 2x0, it's gonna be 2x1 MiBR.
2019-02-24 03:36
#105
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Brazil zLux1 
Keep calm bro
2019-02-24 04:38
Mibr 3 1 thanks to coldzera on inferno hitting anything thats all.
2019-02-24 08:15
#109
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Brazil Analyst10 
And what? He is the star of the team. The best player in the world! He needs to perform like this in 80% of their matches so MiBR can be the #top1 again. Coldzera and fer needs to play like they played against G2 and NiP.
2019-02-24 17:03
#31
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Brazil guilds 
I think mibr x renegades will be a three maps game and mibr will win, but I also think they will lose the next match against astralis. Isn't time for this lineup shine, maybe when cobblestone returns they can beat astralis sorry guys, bad english
2019-02-23 02:32
+1 Taco in an interview talk about this
2019-02-23 02:52
#53
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Brazil KOCMANAUT 
More than not being time for mibr's lineup, it isn't time for anyone to beat astralis This major already has a champion, which makes it kind of boring Still, I thought they wouldn't lose a single map, and the Renegades proved me wrong, so maybe there's hope. Maybe the magic will beat the robots
2019-02-23 04:44
Liquid might have a shot in beating Astralis, if MiBR overperforms really hard they can certainly do it too, but yeah, if you look at the odds from betting sites, i've seen Astralis with a 1.9 multiplier on winning the major, which is unheard of. They are that dominant
2019-02-23 04:47
#33
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Australia TylerScurr 
Renegades are the superior team here but I feel they will choke from all the pressure. :(
2019-02-23 02:39
#34
lsd | 
Uruguay SydBarrett 
Whoever says this is lucky it's either stupid or didn't read how the seeds system works.
2019-02-23 02:39
#61
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Finland dev2ce 
So they're stupid regardless.
2019-02-23 05:45
#86
lsd | 
Uruguay SydBarrett 
Nice name bro, I like it
2019-02-24 00:56
They'll still lose nt
2019-02-23 02:48
#39
Davidp | 
Sweden meistr0 
Did you even see what team MiBR would FaZe in a potential Semi? Astralis or the team Astralis will face, lol.
2019-02-23 03:01
#40
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CIS ShimonSS 
rn i dont see how rng can lose to mibr
2019-02-23 03:03
Dude, it's renegades
2019-02-23 03:21
MiBR got better and better while the tournament was going on. Against Nip they looked already solid, if they can jump a little higher they can easily beat RNG, who might even shit their pants on the big stage
2019-02-23 04:44
#59
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CIS ShimonSS 
rng were solid from the fuckin new challengers stage and didnt drop in form since that time, and why would they shit their pants on stage ? theyve got udience love, no reason at all
2019-02-23 05:42
Yes they were solid,but MiBR has a way higher ceiling than RNG does. The matchup is depending on wether or not MiBR can perform up to the ceiling they can perform or not. And playing in front of a huge audience is scary, even if the crowd is on your side. It can hype you up, but it can also drag you down if things don't go well. And the new additions of RNG aren't used to that at all, it might affect their performance.
2019-02-23 06:10
learn how the seeding works before calling someone lucky
2019-02-23 03:23
Does it really matter? If they beat RNG, which isnt guaranteed, there is absolutely no way in hell they beat astralis. The only team RN that can beat AST is liquid, and id still favor AST 85-15
2019-02-23 04:31
It absolutely matters, Semis mean more money, more ranking points and more prestige than quarters, but why op calls it lucky is unclear to me. They went 3-1 and therefore deserved to not play against Liquid and Astralis in the quarters
2019-02-23 04:43
#49
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United States BigFnaticFan 
Wait Brazil has a csgo team?
2019-02-23 04:38
#90
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Brazil candymau 
Its been 5 years already. Fallout didnt happen. You can safely leave your bunker.
2019-02-24 01:29
#50
chrisJ | 
Netherlands Echie 
If RNG plays as well in the quarters as they have been playing, and MIBR beats them, they deserve to be in the semis
2019-02-23 04:41
Why is it lucky? They deserved it by not going 3-2. The same as Liquid deserved to be on the opposite end of Astralis in the playoffs by going 3-0
2019-02-23 04:41
#55
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Canada top_zozzle 
if this wasnt in front of a huge crowd ez for renegades but im pretty fucking sure the boys will choke
2019-02-23 04:45
There was no chance at all for MIBR to be drawn vs any of these teams, only if u go 3-2 u get drawn vs these 3 teams. so basically 3-2 teams are already fucked :D, at least they will get legends spot tho I guess...
2019-02-23 04:50
the seeding was suposed to give a higher chance to strong teams, not lucky
2019-02-23 04:57
#66
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Brazil Mirekz 
lmao how would they draw against Astralis and Liquid if these teams both went 3-0 and Mibr went 3-1? its not luck, just the way the system works, teams that went 3-0 will in theory have an easier quarter finals because they will play against the teams that went 3-2. if anything Na'vi got luck because they're goin to get a 3-2 team even tho they went 3-1 themselves not only that but they are not on Astralis side of the bracket which you can argue that is luck too.
2019-02-23 06:28
looks like you are talking about renegades from last year.. this renegades is looking pretty strong. Mibr havent played vs stronger enemy this tournament yet.
2019-02-23 09:52
#82
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United Kingdom RaZeFX 
Not really luck at all, we played good enough to ensure we can't be paired against any of those 3
2019-02-23 10:17
"we" yikes OMEGALUL
2019-02-24 00:59
#92
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Brazil Eneas56 
Basically everyone who isn't Brazilian or Portuguese and has mibr flair is fake flagger, big yikes indeed
2019-02-24 01:36
A lot of fakeflaggers have Brazilian flag as well. Well seriously I like to bait and trigger them sometimes but irl most of Brazilians are nice people and I don't really hate them or anyone. It's the nature of hltv that makes that toxic overexaggerated behaviors occur.
2019-02-24 02:44
#85
Jame | 
Brazil Danxd22 
The other teams are the real luckies because kng and kscerato aren't on the team (and vsm is banned from valve events). You guys would cry with this line up. kng fallen coldzera kscerato fer/vsm
2019-02-23 16:38
#88
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France LanaRhoades 
rng > mibr
2019-02-24 01:00
2015- mibr/luminosity=top#7 2016- mibr/sk=top#2 2017- mibr/sk=top#1 2018- mibr=top#4 Is that lucky?
2019-02-24 01:15
#91
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Brazil _Rhaegar_ 
Always lucky ahahhahaha jealous
2019-02-24 01:31
#94
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Brazil Merrin 
Lucky? Renegades? Renegades will mix the shit out mibr. mibr will be destroyed
2019-02-24 02:48
#97
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Brazil 5TEG 
I think mibr gonna win rng but not gonna win astralis
2019-02-24 02:58
It’s 1/4 use your peanut
2019-02-24 03:04
#100
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Argentina Renardo 
i'm pretty sure renegades can win against mibr, maybe even against navi
2019-02-24 03:05
Rng beated tier 3 Avangar, tier 2 NIP, tier 3 Ence, a shaky FaZe and tier 3 Vitality, got 1 map from Astralis before being crushed on the other 2 maps, i watched all their games, they r clearly being overhyped. Its a 60/40 for mibr cause of their experience, i think rng will put a great fight, but mibr still are the favorites
2019-02-24 03:29
Renegades will beat MIBR 2-0 easily.
2019-02-24 03:40
+1. Renegades might win though.
2019-02-25 00:53
There was no draw, the Elo system determines the matchups, so no luck involved
2019-02-25 00:54
#117
shox | 
India prat_pps 
they got complexity last major XDD always gets a ticket to the semis although rng are looking like a real competitor it'll go the distance maybe mibr will show more resiliance
2019-02-25 09:25
They're going to shit the bed against the Renegades the way the Renegades have been going.
2019-02-26 10:08
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