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TOP 10 TEAM RANKINGS AFTER MAJOR.
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New Zealand Triggehhz 
1) Astralis 2) MIBR 3) ENCE 4) Natus Vincere 5) Liquid 6) Renegades 7) FaZe 8) NIP 9) Vitality 10) Avangar
2019-03-03 22:54
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If you left out NRG on purpose, you shouldn't have. Pooping out of one tournament doesn't make them suddenly 'bad', plus Tarik just joined their squad. They'll be stronger now, and have a cool, experienced head to help lead them. You'll see. A few more weeks and they'll be back in the top 5 or 6.
2019-03-03 22:58
#19
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Sweden meistr0 
Look at the rankings my dude. NRG is currently #7 & got: RNG 6 points behind ENCE 7 points behind C9 22 points behind (Just lost Flusha, will lose points probably) Now also remember that NRG just did -FugLy +Tarik, which means they will lose some points as well as going 0-3 at the major so they might lose 80-100 points, idk. So Triggehhz is actually pretty accurate about NRG right now. But some teams he typed down is just...idk weird, i guess. Avangar #10? lol no, they wont be #10. NIP will go down atleast 1 spot, maybe 2, Vitality will probably not jump 3 spots, they will be the same or just gain 1 or 2 spots (Passing North & C9)
2019-03-03 23:08
I don't think NaVi will lose enough points to drop. They made it to the semi-finals, after all. Same with MiBR. As a result, I think NaVi will get to 2nd and MiBR may be 3rd, with Ence 4th. Points. This is why I think NRG will not fall below 10th. They lost a player and bombed out, but they have enough points saved to keep them in. I agree that Avangar won't be in the top 10, but I can see Vitality squeezing in there at the bottom somewhere.
2019-03-03 23:59
you always have to remember that the points are not absolute, they're relative to the points of the first place team. since astralis won the major, all other teams will lose some points. also, all matches from the legend stage are already in the form category, tomorrows ranking only adds the matches from the champion stage and the points for the lan category based on where the teams finished. as for nrg, the roster change costs them 20% of their current points. the fact that they went 0-3 doesn't cost them points, they just gained 0 from that last week. losses are simply not counted, you'd see negative points for low ranked teams if that was the case. as for nip, the only team that finished higher and is ranked lower is ence, so they will lose 1 spot. as for vitality, they will surpass north and c9 (again, c9 lose 20% because of flusha), but they won't surpass nrg since 9-16th all get the same points. avangar is nonsense indeed.
2019-03-04 02:52
nt yankee
2019-03-03 23:11
exactly, they lost a player which will lose 1/5 of their points.
2019-03-04 00:19
I didn't realize that dynamic.
2019-03-04 02:03
#2
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Portugal Pokemine 
If you count ONLY the major's performance, I agree with the first 7
2019-03-03 23:00
#3
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Germany VeryFlaMezGuy2 
imagine being so delusional to think mibr was the 2nd best team at the major xd
2019-03-03 23:02
#5
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Portugal Pokemine 
So who was it?
2019-03-03 23:02
#8
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Costa Rica KiNGa_DiAmEndz 
Liquid. Then ENCE. Mibr. RNG/Navi
2019-03-03 23:03
#15
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Portugal Pokemine 
Ence 2-0'd liquid and you still think liquid played better? Can't argue about ence tho
2019-03-03 23:05
#22
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Denmark 4vs0 
by ur logic after liquid beat astralis at IBP liquid #1 ast #2, one performence doesnt drop u by that much 1.) ast 2.) liquid 3.) navi 4.) mibr 5.) ence rest doesnt matter
2019-03-03 23:10
#27
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United Kingdom _xC4ctus 
well said +1
2019-03-03 23:12
#33
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Sweden TriggeredByMe 
No, The teams are ranked by points, Astralis is too far away from Liquid so Liquid couldn't pass Astralis ( Even more considering it was a close best of 3) But Liquid isn't too far away from the #3 and they went out in the Quaters playing bad in an easy (for ence) best of 3 against ENCE
2019-03-03 23:27
#34
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Denmark 4vs0 
liquid is 325 points ahead of ence astralis is 364 points ahead of liquid lmao??
2019-03-03 23:28
#36
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Sweden TriggeredByMe 
No, before IBP Astralis were 500 points ahead, 324 to 500 it's a big difference AND Astralis had a close game against Liquid and Astralis played IBP well as well and ENCE played incredibly well the major AND had an easy game against Liquid, i don't know if ENCE will pass Liquid but i'm sure they can
2019-03-03 23:32
#37
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Denmark 4vs0 
astralis went from 500 ahead to 325 ahead so they moved up 175 pts so if ence move up 175 pts they are still pretty far behind liquid if u think ence will be above liquid ur retarded liquid will still be #2, itll be closer tho
2019-03-03 23:33
#38
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Sweden TriggeredByMe 
DUDE OMFG LIQUID ONLY MOVED 175 POINTS CUZ THEY HAD A CLOSE GAME AGAINST ASTRALIS AND ASTRALIS PLAYED IBP WELL ENCE PLAYED THE MAJOR INCREDIBLY WELL AND REKT LIQUID SO MAYBE THEY'LL BE HIGHER, NAVI will be #2 cuz they lost in semis and had a really close game against ENCE ( That's for sure) MIBR or ENCE or Liquid will be #3, MIBR cuz they played the closest game against Astralis in the major and they are pretty close to Liquid. ENCE ( Already explained) Liquid cuz they're already #2 so maybe HLTV won't down them that much ( but i believe they will)
2019-03-03 23:43
1.) you keep talking about "close games", but for the hltv rankings it doesn't matter if you win by 5 rounds or 15. a win is a win as far as hltv is concerned. the only thing that matters is if you won in regulation or overtime, because overtime wins only give the winner 20% of a normal win. losses are never counted in any way. 2.) earlier you compared ibp masters, a tournament with 5 top10 teams and below 250k$ to the major, which has pretty much all top20 teams and over 250k$. i can tell you that the major is worth at least twice as much, so finishing 2nd at the major is the same as winning ibp, if not more. 3.) your statement "Liquid cuz they're already #2 so maybe HLTV won't down them that much ( but i believe they will)" makes it seem as if you think hltv chooses how many points to give and take from the teams. that's not true. every tournament has points attributed based on the same formula, hltv doesn't choose anything, they set up the formula 3.5 years ago and that's it.
2019-03-04 03:12
#59
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Sweden TriggeredByMe 
1) There is difference about close games but ok, forget that. 2) He talked about IBP first, and finishing 2nd at major is the same as winning IBP if not more ( I disagree cuz i'm sure it worths more, and that's exactly what i'm saying) 3) HLTV did the formula, so when i say that i don't believe they i will, it means that i don't believe the formula will (It's only you know how to interpret) , it doesn't seem like i think they choose.
2019-03-04 19:15
1) not for hltv rankings. a regulation win is a regulation win. as long as it doesn't go to overtime the round difference is not taken into account. 2) there are 3 prizepool categories, 10-99k, 100-249k and 250+. that gives you the base amount. then points are added for each top30, top 20 and top10 team. that gives you the amount of points the first place gets. the 2nd place gets half of that, semifinalists half of that, etc. ibp was only category 2 and had 8 teams, major is category 3 and had 24 teams. noone knows the exact numbers for categories and teams, so we could argue all day about it and get nowhere :D 3) thank you for the clarification.
2019-03-05 04:25
also, please read the first paragraph i wrote in #45
2019-03-04 03:17
technically Liquid only beat Astralis because Astralis had not transitioned to AUG yet meanwhile Liquid was using 4 AUG every buy and barely won 2-1 (16-11 twice)
2019-03-04 03:19
I would say losing to the runner up in 1/4s is that damaging. Especially considering how heavily liquid was favored and seemily overlooked their opponents.
2019-03-03 23:12
#4
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
how did mibr got over Navi when they both lost in semis?
2019-03-03 23:02
#6
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Liberia weALLcheat 
MiBr lost to champion
2019-03-03 23:03
#9
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
but they did not beat anyone strong
2019-03-03 23:03
+1
2019-03-03 23:09
RNG though.
2019-03-03 23:13
#30
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
rng played terrible in playoffs
2019-03-03 23:14
Cuz they faced mibr and big stage
2019-03-03 23:20
doesn't matter. for the hltv rankings a semifinal finish is a semifinal finish, the opponent is irrelevant.
2019-03-04 03:21
i mean navi lost to ence, and mibr to the best team to touch csgo
2019-03-03 23:03
#13
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
of course, forgot favelas are goddesses of cs, my bad
2019-03-03 23:11
doesn't matter. for the hltv rankings a semifinal finish is a semifinal finish, the opponent is irrelevant.
2019-03-04 03:23
mibr had astralis, NaVi had ence /closed
2019-03-03 23:03
#14
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
kinda retarded to compare who teams have lost to, rather who they have defeated
2019-03-03 23:05
well idk they played equal quality teams
2019-03-03 23:06
#21
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
mibr defeated such teams as complexity, g2, nip and renegades (while lost to clown 9), not really impressive. NaVi defeated best french teams, avangar (not really impressive) and lost only to liquid who r certainly better than mibr and future finalists.
2019-03-03 23:09
defeating NiP and Renegades is not easy tho, they bpth played out of their minds
2019-03-03 23:12
#29
f0rest | 
United Kingdom maxa_ 
they arent ez opponents, but they certainly shouldnt be a problem for mibr and navi level team
2019-03-03 23:13
doesn't matter. for the hltv rankings a semifinal finish is a semifinal finish, the opponent is irrelevant.
2019-03-04 03:25
#11
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El Salvador OMEGALUL_xd 
MiBR 2nd ? Dude you're okay ?
2019-03-03 23:04
#12
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Poland KubaMeisterYT 
Ence 4-5 not 3
2019-03-03 23:04
#16
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Europe Jimboo 
1. Astralis 2. Navi 3. Liquid 4. ENCE 5. MIBR 6. Renegades 7. NiP 8. FaZe 9. NRG 10. C9/Vitality
2019-03-03 23:06
Liquid still 2
2019-03-03 23:19
#43
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Europe Jimboo 
yeah can see that
2019-03-04 00:55
#18
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France Aresys 
MIBR 2nd. A smart thread. Pick one.
2019-03-03 23:07
French cs Opinion matters Pick one
2019-03-04 02:54
Lmao how are both of you right?
2019-03-04 03:21
#58
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France Aresys 
Sorry ? UK CS is... wait, what is this thing ?
2019-03-04 10:59
#23
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United States Freakmode 
vitality the real french super team
2019-03-03 23:11
1. Astralis 2. Navi 3. Liquid 4. MIBR 5. NiP 6. Renegades 7. FaZe 8. NRG 9. Vitality 10. Avangar
2019-03-03 23:31
#40
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Brazil RockLeee 
1. Astralis ( Major Winner) = reach 1000pts. 2. NAVI(Become Major Legend, loose to 2nd) 3. Liquid (Become Major Legend, loose to 2nd) 4. Mibr (Become Major Legend, loose to 1st) 5. Ence(Become Major Legend, loose to 1st) 6. Faze (Become Major Legend, loose to 3-4th) 7. NIP( Become Major Legend, loose to 1st) 8. Renegades |(Become Major Legend, loose to 3-4th) 9. Vitality (cause NRG and C9 will fall on ranking) 10. Was supose to be C9, but they Will change the line, loosing points, and they don’t make a good Major. But Rankings HLTV in the pasts... LG( Winner MLG Columbus2016 ) = +352 pts GAMBIT (Winner PLG Krakow 2017) = +315 pts CLOUD9 (Winner of Eleague Major 2018) = +237 pts NAVI( 2nd MLG Columbus 2016) = +160 Pts IMMORTALS (2nd PLG Krakow 2017) = +190 pts. G2 (2ndEleague Major 2018) = -8 pts
2019-03-04 00:19
the hltv points are not abolute, they're relative. teams gain points relative to how many points the first place team has. you can't compare the points for previous majors because they existed on a different scale. it's similar to "grading on a curve". google that if you're interested. to put it simple: if the first place team has 1 big win recently and then you win a big tournament, that will put you right next to them in points. but if the first place team has 3 big wins under their belt, then winning that exact same tournament won't get you anywhere near them. because you'll only get 1/3 of the points.
2019-03-04 03:37
#42
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Ukraine s1mpleNAVI 
Mibr 2nd??? not only is this logic dumb but inconsistent too. According to ur logic Renegades was the only team to win a map from astralis and not get 2-0ed So they should me no.2 but no. Ence beat liquid and navi they earned the no 2 spot mibr did't beat anyone close to that.
2019-03-04 00:32
#47
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Australia memeulent 
Yes! Renegade's in the top 10, bloody hell finally an Australian team.
2019-03-04 03:00
2) MIBR stopped reading hahaha Actual ranking: 1) Astralis 2) Liquid 3) NaVi 4) MIBR 5) FaZe 6) ENCE
2019-03-04 03:25
mibr #2? how? top4-5 at least
2019-03-04 03:44
Vitality is so fucking overrated
2019-03-04 22:16
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