ASUS ROG Winter 2015 preview

With ASUS ROG Winter 2015 set to begin tomorrow, we take a look at the eight teams competing for the $12,500 first place prize in Helsinki this weekend.

Though NiP has already made their 2015 debut at MLG X-Games Aspen, ASUS ROG Winter will server as the first tournament of the year for the other seven teams.

Clear favorites to reach Saturday include top four finishers from DreamHack Winter, Virtus.pro, as well as the new HellRaisers team and Titan, with Cédric "RpK" Guipouy.

Some solid challengers will also turn up, as number one German team PENTA have made it, as well as mousesports, volgare, and Aleksi "allu" Jalli's 3DMAX.

Maikelele vs. fnatic

Maikelele's NiP come in as favorites 


Sweden NiP (f0rest, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Maikelele, Xizt)

If it wasn't obvious before MLG finished in Aspen, now it seems clear NiP should be considered the favorites to win it all in Helsinki this weekend. They snuck by Virtus.pro in the semi-finals of DreamHack Winter and were within a round of hoisting their second major trophy, and now finished runners-up to LDLC - again - in Aspen, after a semi-final victory over fnatic.

Bad news for NiP is that they still remain a very good defensive team, while their terrorist sides are much more random, and their AWPing with Mikail "Maikelele" Bill at the helm hasn't exactly made them a top sniper team - Maikelele has done okay, but he in no way has been able to shine as some sort of a superstar, with NiP still relying heavily on their two old stars in terms of fragging.

In the first round of group B NiP will take on mousesports, who have beaten both Titan and Na`Vi online in ESEA. NiP are clear favorites and shouldn't have too many issues. Next to determine winner of group B will be either 3DMAX or Titan -- presumably the latter. Though NiP are obvious favorites in that game as well, versus Titan there will be an AWPing mismatch in Kenny "kennyS" Schrub's favor, and the Frenchmen's terrorist play could cause NiP trouble.

Smart money says NiP will go through in first place, but do not rule out a possible upset loss to Titan, if kennyS has a great match. Best-of-one games will always be slightly more random, and that's what NiP will have to watch out for to guarantee an easier semi-final match-up in Helsinki - they do not want to face Virtus.pro before the grand final, if at all possible.

Prediction: 1st in group B

Player to watch: Sweden Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund

GeT_RiGhT hasn't been a world-beating superstar consistently for a while now, but he has shown flashes of the play that earned him the number one spot in our statistics database. He can win games by himself at any point and remains NiP's most consistent player, though even he disappears these days, as seen in MLG grand final.

Xizt, f0rest, and GeT_RiGhT talk after the grand final

NiP are hoping to finish on top in Finland 

 

Poland Virtus.pro (byali, Neo, pasha, Snax, TaZ)

Virtus.pro come into ASUS ROG Winter with a lot to prove after missing out on MLG. They lost to dignitas in the online qualifier in December, and could not take part in the second qualifier due to being in attendance at Acer A-Split Invitational on the same weekend. As such, they were forced to miss out on the first big tournament of 2015, and will have to make a case for them being a stronger team than NiP in Helsinki.

The Poles should be a pretty good match-up for NiP due to their strong terrorist side play fitting well with NiP, and with two top-four players in the world, per our Top 20 players of 2014 ranking, they obviously pack heaps of firepower that can help them past any team at any given point. Virtus.pro match-up well against both Titan and HR as well, due to not struggling on the terrorist side as often.

The question mark for Virtus is always consistency. Though they are actually one of the most consistent teams, on an individual level it seems hard for them to get all players fired up during the same events. When that happens they can, and do, beat anyone and everyone. However, it's very rare, and especially the older gentlemen have become more inconsistent in their CS:GO years.

Opening round will pair Filip "NEO" Kubski's team up with volgare, a team who made it past unu.AiN (now Copenhagen Wolves) in the online qualifier. Group winner will then be decided in a match between the Polish side, and either PENTA or HellRaisers -- two teams Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski and company have never had issues with. Safe to say Virtus.pro are favorites to top group A.

Prediction: 1st in group A

Player to watch: Poland Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski

pashaBiceps finished 2014 as the third best player in the world, per our Top 20 players of 2014 ranking, and is without a doubt motivated to continue showing similar performance this year. He started 2014 off really strong, but then cooled a little later on in the year. Here is the Pole's chance to have a strong year from the get go, and Virtus will need him to show up to compete with NiP.


pasha must perform for Virtus to top NiP 

 

France Titan (apEX, Ex6TenZ, kennyS, Maniac, RpK)

Aside from a loss to mousesports in ESEA Invite Season 18, Titan have looked decent since the addition of long-time VeryGames veteran RpK, who retired two years ago. The team led by Kévin "Ex6TenZ" Droolans has defeated the likes of fnatic and Natus Vincere, but also fallen short - in a best-of-three - against dAT team, a clear underdog despite their two recent recruitments.

In all likelihood Titan won't be ready to perform at what will become their top level in a month or two - RpK simply hasn't been back long enough, and though they've stayed in the gaming house up until now, one month isn't enough for a strategic style like the one Ex6TenZ uses. In addition, Titan is one of the rare top team which does not pack enough firepower to simply outgun their opponents at the top level. This team needs Dan "apEX" Madesclaire to step up to compete for titles.

Obviously kennyS, by many accounts currently the world's best player individually, is the exception to that. He can more than match anyone on any other team in the world, and the best part is that he is an AWPer, and can create plenty of mismatches for Titan. This works out great against the field at ASUS ROG, where no other top tier AWPers will be dueling him for frags.

In Helsinki Titan will face Finnish 3DMAX first. Though allu could cause Titan some issues - and has in the past - the Frenchmen should be able to get past the Finns fairly easily. NiP is a whole another story, and Titan are not favored in the match-up. A bad game against mousesports - potentially - could be dangerous, but Titan are very likely to book a playoff spot nonetheless.

Prediction: 2nd in group B

Player to watch: France Kenny "kennyS" Schrub

You really cannot praise kennyS enough. This guy is easily a top three impact player in the world, and unlike most top players, can actually - and does - win games seemingly by himself. Titan is built around him, finally, and it shows. Expect kennyS to continue his strong performances - and ASUS ROG could actually mark the event that he slides past Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg for number two in our statistical database.


kennyS is arguably now the world's most skilled player 

 

CIS HellRaisers (AdreN, ANGE1, Dosia, flamie, kucher)

HellRaisers shocked everyone by replacing Yegor "markeloff" Markelov and the ESL banned Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev earlier this month. In their place they recruited back their old member Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev, as well as upcoming Russian talent Egor "flamie" Vasilyev, who impressed many with his stellar individual play at ESL One Cologne, despite his team falling short in both of their two matches.

So far the new roster's results have been mixed. They've beaten both PENTA - their first round ASUS ROG opponent - and Virtus.pro in best-of-three series in SLTV StarSeries XII, but also lost against Danish Deponeret, who a few days ago officially joined dignitas. Add in the fact HR have always been one of the most inconsistent teams around, especially against seemingly weaker teams, and it's hard to know what to expect.

Strategies - or lack of them - have been HR's achilles heel for a long time, but it's also the reason they could actually do well in Helsinki. When they win it's due to superior individual play and some smart mid-round calls by Kirill "ANGE1" Karasiow. That is doable even with the amount of practice they've gotten in, and I can promise you this isn't a team any of the three above them will take lightly in Helsinki.

First round match against PENTA will be a big test for HR, and I don't expect it to be easy by any means. Realistically it could go either way, but you probably have to favor the more experienced team at this point. If they face volgare they should win withut issues, and Virtus.pro match will be another toss-up. They could top the group and make the grand final, or crash out tomorrow.

Prediction: 2nd in group A

Player to watch: Russia Egor "flamie" Vasilyev

With Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov seemingly fallen off the track of being one of the world's best, a lot of weight is suddenly on flamie's shoulders to perform. He is likely going to be the top fragger of HellRaisers, a legitimate top ten team. It's a lot of pressure, but he has put up numbers before, and will have to again, if HR wish to be in the tournament on Saturday.


HR will need flamie to rack up kills 

 

Germany PENTA (denis, kRYSTAL, nex, Spiidi, strux1)

Personally I am most looking forward to seeing PENTA play this weekend. They played fairly well at DreamHack Winter, where they made the quarter-finals, and then showcased solid Counter-Strike at Acer A-Split Invitational in December, beating mousesports a couple of times.

They've made two roster changes since DreamHack, but seemingly both for the better. They added - "nex" and Hendrik "strux1" Goetzendorff from Planetkey Dynamics, and especially the former has looked really strong, and even like a potential break through player in 2015.

PENTA has a tough group, but it's very much possible for them to get out of it. They came within a few rounds of beating HellRaisers in SLTV StarSeries XII, and all they need is a few rounds to go the other way to come out on top. They likely won't top Virtus.pro, but simply making the playoffs would be a good stepping stone for the Germans.

Prediction: 3rd in group A

Player to watch: Germany - "nex"

Though nex played like garbage at DreamHack Winter with Planetkey Dynamics, it's hard to hold him responsible when almost the entire team played so poorly. He will have to be the star in PENTA for them to make the playoffs, and he has shown himself capable of carrying that weight.


nex has a chance to break out in 2015 

 

Germany mousesports (chrisJ, gob b, LEGIJA, Troubley, zonixx)

mousesports surprised most of the scene, including yours truly, by cutting allu in favor of Michele "zonixx" Köhler and Tobias "Troubley" Tabbert. The latter is a skilled player and a solid addition to mouz, but zonixx's career highlights began and ended with the IEM VI Global Challenge Guangzhou grand final against fnatic. He must be a favored teammate of Fatih "gob b" Dayik, but I'm not sure he is skilled enough for mouz to compete with the big dogs.

gob b has led the team to wins over Titan and Natus Vincere in ESEA Invite Season 18, but aside from that this team has been nothing but disappointing for around five to six months. Chris "chrisJ" de Jong is a perennial underperformer when it comes to offline tournaments, Nikola "LEGIJA" Ninić has never been much of a fragger, and gob b isn't a strong player individually in CS:GO. In other words, mousesports changed skill to leadership, but now they lack the former -- badly.

In round one mouz will take on NiP in a match that is bound to end badly. The most interesting game will be against 3DMAX - if they do actually meet - and former star player allu. It's anyone's game, and would actually be one of the most interesting match-ups of ASUS ROG. Titan is beatable, but mouz are not favored.

Prediction: 3rd in group B

Player to watch: Netherlands Chris "chrisJ" de Jong

Though chrisJ has - deservedly - gained fame for being much better online than offline, he has at times showcased solid play in real tournaments and if mouz are to ever get top placings, he will - too, together with Troubley - have to put up big numbers. This team lacks skill, and chrisJ is the only player who can truly make a difference against the best teams.


chrisJ must step up in offline events 

 

Finland 3DMAX (allu, disturbed, KHRN, natu, stonde)

3DMAX are the only Finnish team in attendance at ASUS ROG, which is held at the Finnish capital. The home crowd definitely helped Joona "natu" Leppänen's team overcome Nostalgie in a three map thriller at ASUS ROG Summer, but this time the competition is so much tougher that even if they do gain an advantage from the crowd, it won't be enough to make the grand final.

With allu on the team it's always possible that 3DMAX shocks everyone by beating Titan and/or mousesports, but it's not very likely. They defeated Epsilon online last night, but other than that their results have been depressing with losses coming in against No Problem and k1ck.

This team needs strong play from their three best players allu, Jesse "KHRN" Grandell and Taneli "disturbed" Veikkola to make it through. allu's supporting cast is even weaker than in mousesports, where he struggled to make a difference. Tom "stonde" Glad has little experience but must be able to perform to not sink to ship. They aren't likely to make the playoffs, but a long shot is still in play, depending on their star.

Prediction: 4th in group B

Player to watch: Finland Aleksi "allu" Jalli

Statistically allu became one of the world's best players last year, and his performance at Gfinity 3 - especially in the quarter-final against fnatic - was awe-inspiring. He can beat teams all by himself, and for 3DMAX to do well in Helsinki, he will have to. 


allu could face his former team in Helsinki 

 

Hungary volgare (alexrad, bodito, flash, FoDa, gabesson)

volgare snuck in ASUS ROG via the online qualifier, where they drew a favorable bracket early on and then defeated unu.AiN (now Copenhagen Wolves) for the second spot in the main tournament in Helsinki, marking the first international event with some top teams in attendance for the Hungarians.

The Hungarians are best known for constantly tinkering with their lineup, and though they had a solid showing in the online qualifier, it's hard to believe teams will make similar mistakes at ASUS ROG, for which they will be much better shape in than unu.AiN was for the qualifier a few weeks ago.

ASUS ROG should be a solid learning opportunity for volgare, but it's doubtful it can be much more than that. Stil, everyone has to start somewhere and this could be a good chance for volgare to gain some experience in international play, and with a few more events under their belts they could start competing for playoff spots.

Prediction: 4th in group A

Player to watch: Hungary Gábor "gabesson" Málovics

gabesson was volgare's best player in the deciding online qualifier match, where they took down Michael "Friis" Jørgensen's unu.AiN. Viktor "flash" Tamás Bea has a better career rating than him, but gabesson being five years older should give him an edge in an offline setting.

 

HLTV.org will be on-site in Helsinki to provide you with full coverage of the $25,000 CS:GO tournament of ASUS ROG Winter 2015, including video interviews, statistics, and hot matches.

Hungary Viktor 'flash' Tamás Bea
Viktor 'flash' Tamás Bea
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.95
Maps played:
555
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Germany Tobias 'Troubley' Tabbert
Tobias 'Troubley' Tabbert
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
266
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.18
France Cédric 'RpK' Guipouy
Cédric 'RpK' Guipouy
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
1248
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Finland Taneli 'disturbed' Veikkola
Taneli 'disturbed' Veikkola
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
215
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.17
Finland Tom 'stonde' Glad
Tom 'stonde' Glad
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
219
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.11
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen
Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
938
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.11
Germany Fatih 'gob b' Dayik
Fatih 'gob b' Dayik
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.85
Maps played:
975
KPR:
0.56
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Finland Joona 'natu' Leppänen
Joona 'natu' Leppänen
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.88
Maps played:
188
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.16
Finland Jesse 'KHRN' Grandell
Jesse 'KHRN' Grandell
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
758
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.14
Kazakhstan Dauren 'AdreN' Kystaubayev
Dauren 'AdreN' Kystaubayev
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1441
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
Ukraine Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov
Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1143
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
Ukraine Kirill 'ANGE1' Karasiow
Kirill 'ANGE1' Karasiow
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1641
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.17
Sweden Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
962
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.14
France Dan 'apEX' Madesclaire
Dan 'apEX' Madesclaire
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1535
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.16
Sweden Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1627
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.12
Russia Mihail 'Dosia' Stolyarov
Mihail 'Dosia' Stolyarov
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1396
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Poland Filip 'NEO' Kubski
Filip 'NEO' Kubski
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1681
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.17
Germany Michele 'zonixx' Köhler
Michele 'zonixx' Köhler
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
166
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Sweden Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1611
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.15
Netherlands Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1464
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.11
Russia Egor 'flamie' Vasilyev
Egor 'flamie' Vasilyev
Age:
22
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
1239
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Germany Hendrik 'strux1' Goetzendorff
Hendrik 'strux1' Goetzendorff
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.95
Maps played:
403
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Germany Nikola 'LEGIJA' Ninić
Nikola 'LEGIJA' Ninić
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.91
Maps played:
850
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.14
Hungary Gábor 'gabesson' Málovics
Gábor 'gabesson' Málovics
Age:
29
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
435
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.16
Sweden - 'nex'
- 'nex'
Age:
-
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.00
Maps played:
0
KPR:
0.00
DPR:
0.00
APR:
0.00
Finland Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1391
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.11
Poland Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1604
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.13
Poland Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' Jarząbkowski
Jarosław 'pashaBiceps' Jarząbkowski
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1592
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
Ukraine Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Age:
22
Rating 1.0:
1.23
Maps played:
1060
KPR:
0.85
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.10
Belgium Kévin 'Ex6TenZ' Droolans
Kévin 'Ex6TenZ' Droolans
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
1393
KPR:
0.62
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
France Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.14
Maps played:
1584
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.11
#1
suNny | 
Finland m1skaa 
cant wait
2015-01-29 21:23
#26
arch | 
Ukraine arch 
fix Russian flag for flamie
2015-01-29 21:44
sick
2015-01-29 21:23
#3
Yugoslavia neega 
FIRST
2015-01-29 21:23
n1
2015-01-29 21:24
wooohooooooooo
2015-01-29 21:24
#6
mupzG | 
Denmark mupzG 
:( miss it
2015-01-29 21:24
#7
zehN | 
Finland ludiMacak 
i think that titan > nip
2015-01-29 21:25
n1
2015-01-29 21:26
wtf flamie with ua flag? he is russian.fix it pls
2015-01-29 21:26
as well as upcoming Ukrainian talent Egor "flamie" Vasilyev He's from Russia, fix please
2015-01-29 21:26
lets fucking go volgare
2015-01-29 21:28
gg
2015-01-29 21:29
chrisj will rape ;f
2015-01-29 21:29
everytime I hope everytime disappointment
2015-01-29 22:10
nice, gl to all the teams
2015-01-29 21:32
upcoming Ukrainian talent Egor "flamie" Vasilyev russian*
2015-01-29 21:34
Gogo mouz!
2015-01-29 21:36
#23
 | 
France cedd 
gogo rpk !!
2015-01-29 21:38
3dmax won mykpv wtf lurppis :D
2015-01-29 21:41
GOGO NiP! Would really like to see 3DMAX perform well on their home soil. Anyone with some info about stonde? Some previous achievements or something, havent really heard about him before.
2015-01-29 21:47
GO NIP! EASY WIN!
2015-01-29 21:49
#31
gabesson | 
Hungary vick- 
NO BAJNER!NO PARTY
2015-01-29 21:54
xddddddddddddddd
2015-01-29 22:15
kenny is love kenny is life <3
2015-01-29 21:58
This gonna be wery nice event :) sadly there's no fnatic and ldlc :/
2015-01-29 22:02
wait, mouz cut allu? I thought he was the one who left them. Those guys are fucking retarded, I understand they dropped him to call in German but that doesnt weigh up to -allu +zonixx.
2015-01-29 22:08
He left because he thought he was not good enough for mousesports, i think. And zonixx is much better for the team. They can only have one star player who does what he wants and that is chrisj. Zonixx is more of a team player imo.
2015-01-29 22:28
So you would rather play without a caller, just to have allu on your team? Trust me, that is a thing that won't help out your team in any way.
2015-01-29 23:43
they could've kept allu and kicked tabsen for an IGL that speaks english, dont put words in my mouth.
2015-01-30 00:07
I am not putting words in your mouth, I am just trying to relay to you the big problems there is with the lack of qualified IGL's in modern CS. You seem to think there is always just another igl that could fit into a top tier team, but the fact is that mouz tried both with schneider and karrigan who both chose otherwise. That left mouz with "only one option" - getting a german speaking igl. Also because their home-market is in Germany and that they have to have atleast 3 players from Germany to participate in the german EPS, so kicking tabseN wouldn't solve anything (can't even see the logic in kicking tabseN, since he isn't the current or former IGL). A team is only as strong as its weakest link - yes a top player might win a game or two for the team like allu did, but when it comes down to stability it's the weak link that makes the difference.
2015-01-30 10:07
#37
Finland Brjw 
finland mentioned meet at marketplace lurppis can i ask for your autograph if i see you live?
2015-01-29 22:12
Stonde has little experience ? He has played CS for years wtf ?
2015-01-29 22:14
yes, playing for 10 years and only attending a few events in finland = little experience. most other players at asus rog (aside from volgare) have attended tens of international tournaments.
2015-01-29 22:26
stonde has been playing abroad in source tho
2015-01-29 23:23
well in copenhagen only?
2015-01-30 00:41
yeah, and he hasn't played in that level team for a while if ever, so the pressure will be high
2015-01-29 23:30
"chrisJ must step up in offline events " LOL lurppis trollin :P
2015-01-29 22:17
kennyS is arguably now the world's most skilled player. enough said .
2015-01-29 22:18
#44
Finland milA 
Amazing work once again.
2015-01-29 22:39
Best player in the world is saucer. Best team in the world is saucer team also. What up now badpointsuxers ? Praise and bow before the sauce master race !
2015-01-29 22:49
chrisJ holds his mouse in pretty absurd way :D
2015-01-29 23:21
again very stupid preview by lurpiss.
2015-01-29 23:54
onlinej fan detected. Kappa
2015-01-30 04:14
torille
2015-01-30 00:38
"This team lacks skill, and de Jong is the only player who can truly make a difference against the best teams." ill remember these words, when gob/zonix will have 3 more months of csgo pracc done, not to mention that troubley is the best german player for a while now and he can do damage any given day.
2015-01-30 04:30
zonixx was a fairly unremarkable player in 1.6 and has been playing CS:GO for quite a bit, what makes you think he'll improve so much? I'll agree gob b has potential to improve, but he'll have to as well. Going to mostly judge gob on the strats I see mouz pull in this tournaments though.
2015-01-30 10:58
Nice
2015-01-30 06:45
alluuuuuuuuuuuuuu hope you make it happen <3
2015-01-30 07:05
Torilla tavataa
2015-01-30 12:26
VOLGARE!! <3
2015-01-30 15:16
I like how Lurppis wrote a big preview for this tiny tournament and not for MLG xD. HLTV bias much
2015-01-30 17:09
Is it delay or what happens? :S
2015-01-30 17:25
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