dont think too hard about it.
This logic is 100x better than in the past where they overrated team achievements way way too much.
The gap of statistics between NiKo and sh1ro was greater than that of Electronic's to Ax1Le/Hobbit; so the rankings make sense to have Electronic 7th and NiKo 4th in terms of raw statistics given how Electronic suffered for the first half of 2021 and Gambit players absolutely did not.
NiKo was a god throughout the entire year and sh1ro only hard-carried Gambit towards the end of the year when Ax1Le hit a cold spot and Hobbit never really carried, he was always Mr. Consistent throughout Gambit games.
If sh1ro didn't save all the time, NiKo would be better than him in every single statistic.
Hltv logic is that hltv has no logic.
What bothers me is the lack of clarity in their criteria which makes it super hard for people to understand how it works. And no, that summary text in the introduction is not very useful.
We see some of the stats but they don't clarify where some values come from. For instance, we have Big Events but it's unclear which events are included and it doesn't match the filter on the stats page. It seems gold and silver events (as shown in the EVPs/MVPs) are the "BIG Events". We also have "Elite Events" which I thought would be the actual Big Events filter but it's not because electroNic has a 1.23 rating and in his top7 it says 1.21.
All I want is clarity and that should be provided in the Introduction. Such page should include what events are included where, which events are removed from the calculation and a summary of every stat that is being looked.
There are no logic. If there are, the logic is highely drived by own opinion and preferanse