hey the last team besides astralis to win a major has rush POG
When LANS come back for CS, there will be a huge bounce back.
For it being shitty online tournaments with fluke teams still pulling a good amount of viewers shows it can go up with LANS.
I actually didn't read entirely the first time so I didn't comment
but daily csgo ded thread
Agree about 2019 majors, only 2-4 good teams in each of them it was pretty boring, however boston 2018 tons of competitive matches and exciting matches, almost all teams were good. Faceit was pretty shit to watch but undeniable there was a lot of competition and great teams
Astralis 2018+ just too far ahead of other teams not the other way around. Otherwise we'd still see all aim small brain plays. Now everything has to be aim+brain+utility.
Niko, Guardian, Karrigan, rain and olof are bad?
Lack of competition because of Astralis' dominance. Overall the scene has improved every year
EL Boston 18:FaZe for sure
U better check before post
The world calls it the biggest competitive era and change of how cs is played while ukraine is doing this
but, astralis also won a major in 2017 so, they're good
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There is no competition since 2017. One of the top teams has fucking caster as player(cadian) what a joke.
If you think otherwise you are 15 y.o newfag.
From fnatic-tsm-envyus power triangle to 1 dominant team with casters and random teams in top 10.
It may have been a fluke, but it is still a major win
competition wasnt lower astralis was just better, they changed how the game was being played in many ways.
I see how one may think astralis had it easy, but thats the thing, they made it look easy
"hard facts" I think not, thats just your opinion, others may agree with it but that doesnt make it a fact.
2014-2017 was more competitive? nah they just were too happy doing the same ol same ol shit every game less innovation back then, now you see them anti stratting the fk out of the opponents, awpers looking at heatmaps and what not, utility being shown importance, all of which was due but astralis certainly sped up the adoption
actually kinda agree
there's a difference between skill ceiling and how competive something is, the navi liquid game during I think kato was far better to watch that some of the higher skill level matches later on, sure neither team was playing exceptionally well, but they were playing at similar levels, which made the match fun to watch and gave more respect to the wining and losing team
All this to still call c9s run a fluke bruh.