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HLTV Rankings
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Brazil Florastation 
it's pretty shit ain't it? look at teams like Furia, Avangar and Fnatic they have one good run and they literally jump 20 spots and land on top 5 teams. All Furia did was beat Astralis and only Astralis on ESL Season 7 (i think). Top 5. All Avangar did was beat Renegades and a broken ass Vitality (that was with a player they were already going to kick) to get top 2 at the major. Top 5. All Fnatic did was beat jet lag Astralis and Vitality with a new player. Top 5. Like ffs these are all good teams but putting them ahead of a team like Mousesports that has overall better runs and wins just because of one single tournament performance.
2019-10-21 03:57
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flukenatic > flukia +1 btw
2019-10-21 04:00
hltv.org/ranking/teams/2019/june/10/deta.. hltv.org/ranking/teams/2019/september/23.. Whilst I do agree the HLTV ranking swings too much, a lot of your examples are inaccurate
2019-10-21 04:02
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Brazil Florastation 
Furia's best wins during that entire period was only a Bo3 vs Vitality and Astralis and one Bo1 vs NRG and had losses vs about three tier 3-4 NA teams. Avangar's best win was Vitality, Liquid and overrated ENCE whilest having losses to some tier 3 CiS teams like Illuminar and Winstrike. Although tier 1 teams do lose to tier gazzillion every now and then (like Liquid vs Sharks) they are way more solid and it isn't as frequent, losing to a team like Illuminar also isn't really tier 1.
2019-10-21 04:07
A 3rd-4th place at DreamHack Dallas is pretty good too. They also had another Bo3 win against Vitality, and a Bo3 win against North, who were ranked #9 at the time. The whole top 10 was very weak because of stuff like Na'vi skipping events and FaZe replacing players. Also, them losing to tier 3 NA teams wasn't that big of a deal considering that they beat those NA teams 22 times. Obviously BLAST Moscow and the DreamHack Open stops are tier2/3 event, but AVANGAR had 2 good results in a row, which mean that there was at least some consistency to the team. AVANGAR should have been #5 max, and FURIA shouldn't have ever been in the top 5, but there is some reasoning behind the rankings. A lot of this can be attributed to Na'vi skipping events and EG's weak result in the time periods.
2019-10-21 04:21
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Brazil Florastation 
i think the way the rankings work is; X tournament is a tier 2 tournament that features like one or two tier 1 teams, it's classified as a tier 2 tournament so: 1st place gets 20 points 2nd place gets 10 points 3rd gets 5 points Y tournament has all tier 1 teams so it's classified as tier 1 event, so: 1st gets 100 points 2nd gets 50 points 3rd gets 25 points So even though Avangar had a good run at best, since they landed the 2nd place they get a huge boost even though other teams had a way better run in terms of teams they defeated.
2019-10-21 04:22
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Brazil |LUCAS1| 
You're the "Frankie HLTV pet" guy? Dude i love you so much lmao
2019-10-21 04:06
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Brazil Florastation 
thank you im always glad to see the fans)))))
2019-10-21 04:08
+1 In general it's not bad relative to ESEA/ESL rankings but some of these events are worth way too many points. Avangar has no place in the top 10 rn. Fnatic does but not in the top 5. I feel like Furia's ranking is fine for now but yeah over the summer that was kinda ridiculous.
2019-10-21 04:11
Who cars about HLTV rankings Mouz top1 in my heart
2019-10-21 04:11
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Brazil Florastation 
it made the Fnatic fans come back GOD MAKE THEM GO AWAY REEEE
2019-10-21 04:23
It is broken
2019-10-21 06:19
When the cap is 1000, no team should get 500 points in one week. Fnatic got fucking 500 points for a fucking DREAMHACK that happened 2 days after another event. Just...no
2019-10-21 06:21
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