ESL ESEA Pro League Finals preview

We have put together a preview featuring all eight participants at this week's ESL ESEA Pro League Finals, where $250,000 will be given out in prize money.

After a lengthy online season that paid out $250,000 in prize money - adding up to half a million in total - the Finals are finally here with four best teams from each continent.

If you missed the online portion, you can find all the final placings in this news post, including the split of $250,000 that went to each of the twenty-four participating teams.

ESL ESEA Pro League Finals will be played starting with a best-of-one group stage, played out using the GSL format, with the top three finishers advancing from each of the two groups:

Group A Group B
United States Cloud9 Sweden fnatic
Poland Virtus.pro Brazil Keyd Stars
United States Luminosity Denmark Team SoloMid
France EnVyUs United States CLG

With three teams advancing from each group, it means the usual elimination game is not played at all - instead, the traditional loser's match will determine the third team to make the playoffs.

Day two will see best-of-three quarter-finals - between second and third place finishers from opposite groups - taking place. Saturday is reserved for best-of-three semi-finals. 

Finally, Sunday - the final day of competition in Cologne - will see the best-of-five grand final taking place, finalizing the standings for the prize purse, distributed as follows:

1. $100,000
2. $60,000
3-4. $25,000
5-6. $12,500
7-8. $7,500

You can find the viewer's guide with the schedule here. Bear in mind the first matches are scheduled, and ESL ESEA will begin later games as soon as possible, with no exact times laid out.

With the rules laid out, let's take a deeper look at the eight participants of ESL ESEA Pro League's Finals ahead of the $250,000 tournament - the biggest non-Valve prize purse in CS:GO's history.


Will this Cologne event end as memorably as the last one? 


United States Cloud9

First round of the ESL ESEA Pro League Finals will pit Cloud9 up against EnVyUs - the team they beat on de_train in overtime after a massive comeback at Gfinity last weekend. This time the match will be played using a best-of-one format, which certainly makes the task easier for the North Americans, who are still trying to prove their new lineup's worth after the additions of Ryan "freakazoid" Abadir and Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham, who have yet to help C9 to a meaningful result across the pond.

Gfinity Summer Masters I wasn't a bad showing by Cloud9 - apart from the last map where they fell apart versus Virtus, and the second map in the EnVyUs series, they played good Counter-Strike. The problem is they won't be getting very far by playing good Counter-Strike 60% of the time when facing the world's best teams, four of whom are present in Cologne, with two residing in the same group with Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert and company, eyeing the three playoff spots.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
27 Jun United States Cloud9 5-16  Poland Virtus.pro  de_train Gfinity Summer
27 Jun United States Cloud9 13-16 Poland Virtus.pro de_overpass Gfinity Summer
26 Jun United States Cloud9 12-16 France EnVyUs de_cache Gfinity Summer
26 Jun United States Cloud9 2-16 France EnVyUs de_inferno Gfinity Summer
26 Jun United States Cloud9 19-16 France EnVyUs de_train Gfinity Summer
22 Jun United States Cloud9 16-5 United States Luminosity de_cache ESL ESEA
20 Jun United States Cloud9 16-7 United States Luminosity de_inferno FACEIT
20 Jun United States Cloud9 16-9 United States CLG de_inferno FACEIT
19 Jun United States Cloud9 16-8 United States Luminosity de_inferno FACEIT
12 Jun United States Cloud9 16-11 United States CLG de_train CEVO

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Cloud9 are clear underdogs against both EnVyUs and Virtus.pro. Both European sides are clearly superior to Sean "seang@res" Gares's team, and working out together at the hotel gym will do little to give them extra round wins. The good thing is they are playing best-of-ones in the group stage, and were close enough to taking a map from Virtus.pro as well in London. These two teams aren't unbeatable for Cloud9 by any measure - their core, if you can call it that anymore, has had success against both. It's just not very likely here.

The pressure is on for Cloud9 in their first match, because even though they are all but a lock to move on over Luminosity - whom they hold a 6-0 record over since late May - a third place finish in group A would mean facing a second place finisher in group B - either TSM or fnatic - and direct elimination outside of top four. That's why it's so important for Skadoodle's team to come in hot and steal the map from EnVyUs to start the event, or they should not be playing by Saturday. Besides, even with a win they could face Keyd Stars, who aren't a free-win for them by any means.

Player Age Rating *
Canada Mike "shroud" Grzesiek 21 1.16
United States Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham 21 1.11
United States Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert 24 1.08
United States Ryan "freakazoid" Abadir 22 0.93
United States Sean "seang@res" Gares 27 0.89

* Player rating for the past 3 months

Cloud9 has a good trio in n0thing, Skadoodle and shroud. All three can be high-impact players and are capable of fragging enough against Europeans to win their team maps. In fact, they have all done so in the past. The problem is they yet to do it at the same time - for a prolonged period of even a couple of days - which is why C9 are still missing that signature showing offline. The last time this team made playoffs in Europe was last August.

Expect Cloud9 to play a close map versus EnVyUs and then defeat Luminosity - who will likely play them closer than we expect - to move on to the quarter-finals on Friday. You would have to be a little insane to bet on them against TSM or fnatic in a best-of-three series though, so if you're a Cloud9 fan, you'd better hope they start their campaign in Cologne with a W. Either way, this week should by all means mark Cloud9's return to playoffs.

Prediction: 3rd in group A


Cloud9 needs another monster-game from Skadoodle to make the semis 


Poland Virtus.pro

Virtus.pro had a rough showing at Gfinity Summer Masters I. It's true they took down Cloud9, a team they may face if the Americans upset EnVyUs, but what our results table is missing below is two series losses to mousesports. Make no mistake, Virtus lost to a good team last weekend in London, but they also didn't play like a team who looked destined to lift a $100,000 check a week later in Germany. The late comeback almost saved them, but they wound up faltering in overtime.

In Cologne the Poles will start off with a match against Luminosity, who should be nothing but a warm-up game for one of the world's best teams. That alone will put Filip "NEO" Kubski's team into the playoffs - and give them a favorable quarter-finals draw - but it doesn't exactly make their semi-finals match-up look any more enticing for fans of the team who won $70,000 at ESEA's last event, the Season 18 Global Finals in Dallas.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
27 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 16-5 United States Cloud9 de_dust2 Gfinity Summer
27 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 16-13 United States Cloud9 de_overpass Gfinity Summer
24 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 16-5 France EnVyUs de_overpass FACEIT
23 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 11-16 France EnVyUs de_cache E-sport-bets
23 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 5-16 France EnVyUs de_train E-sport-bets
23 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 12-16 France EnVyUs de_dust2 E-sport-bets
23 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 12-16 Sweden fnatic de_overpass FACEIT
23 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 16-2 France EnVyUs de_cache FACEIT
18 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 2-16 Sweden fnatic de_cobblestone ESL ESEA
10 Jun Poland Virtus.pro 10-16 Denmark TSM de_overpass ESL ESEA

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The case for Virtus.pro is simple - they're a team who is said to do better at larger events, and history mostly shows that to be true. Part of that has to do with the fact they attend a lot of tournaments, which makes it impossible for them to prepare adequately for each and every one of them. When things click for them, they are both a team who can run up leads impossible to overcome for the opposition, and come back from horrible deficits. In fact, I'd rate them the one team in Counter-Strike to never count out.

However, there are some warning signs. First of all, the play of Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski has taken a large hit in 2015. He has gone from one of the world's very best players to just the fourth best on his team - per HLTV.org's rating system - and in my opinion his superstar-level play was a big part to Virtus.pro leveling up to become the team who massacred NiP in the EMS One Katowice grand final in front of a cheering Polish audience.

Player Age Rating *
Poland Paweł "byali" Bieliński 21 1.08
Poland Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski 21 1.07
Poland Filip "NEO" Kubski 28 1.05
Poland Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski 27 1.01
Poland Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas 29 0.99

* Player rating for the past 3 months

Look, the group stage will not send Virtus.pro home. With their first round match-up, it shouldn't even give them an opponent in the quarter-finals whom they aren't favored to beat. If you're a fan of Snax and company, you can expect your team to be competing for the first prize check on Saturday. However, at this point it's questionable whether we can realistically expect this Virtus team to be a serious threat to fnatic or TSM in the semi-finals.

It can all change within days - or in their case, sometimes within rounds - and all it takes to turn Virtus.pro into Virtus.plow, is for their three stars to play like stars. Little things make the difference there, as is always the case, and with the Poles having such an incredibly high ceiling in their play, you can never count them out. At least we should see them play on Friday, and after that, the margins get small. Small enough to eke out some surprising wins if things click.

Prediction: 2nd in group A


kuben needs to whip his boys to shape in a matter of days 


United States Luminosity

Luminosity are best known in Europe for picking up Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi, who for a long time struggled to find a fitting team for him despite obviously being a skilled player capable of competing with the best. Now he's been with the North American team for roughly two months, and their first real test - a tournament with European competition - is ahead of them. In other words, pyth is back to being the underdog he was before - if he ever stopped being one.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
29 Jun United States Luminosity 19-16 Brazil Keyd Stars de_cobblestone RGN
29 Jun United States Luminosity 16-5 Brazil Keyd Stars de_inferno RGN
29 Jun United States Luminosity 7-16 Brazil Keyd Stars de_mirage RGN
24 Jun United States Luminosity 16-10 United States CLG de_mirage FACEIT
22 Jun United States Luminosity 5-16 United States Cloud9 de_cache ESL ESEA
21 Jun United States Luminosity 14-16 Brazil Keyd Stars de_train iBP Summer
21 Jun United States Luminosity 5-16 Brazil Keyd Stars de_inferno iBP Summer
21 Jun United States Luminosity 16-13 Brazil Keyd Stars de_dust2 iBP Summer
20 Jun United States Luminosity 7-16 United States Cloud9 de_inferno FACEIT
19 Jun United States Luminosity 8-16 United States Cloud9 de_inferno FACEIT

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Luminosity's problem is the fact they would have to take down either Virtus.pro, EnVyUs or Cloud9 to make the playoffs at ESL ESEA Pro League's Finals. Given a group with Keyd Stars - a team they've had multiple close matches against back home - they could have done it. Unfortunately, their track record against Cloud9 is far worse. As mentioned in Cloud9's text, they're 0-6 against the top dogs since late May, an unimpressive number unlikely to change when there's more pressure.

We saw Peter "ptr" Gurney almost single-handedly upset EnVyUs at MLG X Games in January, so all hope is not lost, but it's safe to say no one should be betting their house on this team to make the playoffs. It's a tough environment with some very good teams - four of the world's five best - including their toughest competition from back home. Simply playing two close games would make it a good showing.

Player Age Rating *
Canada Keith "NAF" Markovic 17 1.17 
Sweden Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi 21 1.12
United States Peter "ptr" Gurney 25 1.07
United States Todd "anger" Williams 27 1.06
United States Alexander "LeX" Deily 25 0.97

* Player rating for the past 3 months

For teams like Luminosity the format is brutal. They don't get a lot of experience in playing against top teams - or to play many matches in general. However, simply getting to travel internationally to a tournament together could prove to be a valuable experience for bonding, if this team plans to stick around for the long haul. One thing is sure - there is zero pressure on Luminosity, and that is probably the best way to go into your first international tournament.

Prediction: 4th in group A


pyth's North American team will have its international debut 


France EnVyUs

After the dark days of spring that saw EnVyUs drop online games to multiple lower ranked teams, and get knocked out in the group stage of a Gfinity event, it seems the French fan favorites are back after a convincing grand final besting of NiP in London, that saw vintage Richard "shox" Papillon make an appearance to score his seventh straight grand final victory over the Ninjas who seem to be no challenge for the nV star.

The BoysInBlue are favored to win group A. However, as seen in London, they are also capable of dropping a map against Cloud9 - which could prove disastrous to their hopes of making the semi-finals in Cologne. The Frenchmen are underdogs against both fnatic and TSM, and a 5-6th place finish would definitely not be what they traveled to Germany for. That is why it's so important for Vincent "Happy" Schopenhauer to lead his team to two wins in group A, getting a direct pass to the semi-finals.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
30 Jun France EnVyUs 19-21 Sweden fnatic de_inferno FACEIT
29 Jun France EnVyUs 13-16 Denmark TSM de_inferno FACEIT
26 Jun France EnVyUs 16-12 United States Cloud9 de_cache Gfinity Summer
26 Jun France EnVyUs 16-2 United States Cloud9 de_inferno Gfinity Summer
26 Jun France EnVyUs 16-19 United States Cloud9 de_train Gfinity Summer
24 Jun France EnVyUs 12-16 Sweden fnatic de_inferno FACEIT
24 Jun France EnVyUs 5-16 Poland Virtus.pro de_overpass FACEIT
23 Jun France EnVyUs 16-11 Poland Virtus.pro de_cache E-sports-bets
23 Jun France EnVyUs 16-5 Poland Virtus.pro de_train E-sports-bets
23 Jun France EnVyUs 16-12 Poland Virtus.pro de_dust2 E-sports-bets

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Though EnVyUs lost de_train to Cloud9 in London, there are some key takeaways. First of all they wound up losing a big lead to take the game to overtime. Second, they lost both pistol rounds, and actually went down 0-5 as terrorists - though to be fair, Happy's one-on-three heroics effectively nullified that pistol round disadvantage. Finally, you know they will play with a different kind of focus when they know there is no map two to bail them out.

Unfortunately for EnVy, they are playing Cloud9 in their first match of the event, and the first match can always be a little tricky - if nothing else, at least it's the best chance C9 would have at an upset. They've also recently split multiple maps with Virtus.pro - beyond our ten games listed above - and could clearly lose that game to the Polish side, effectively giving them a quarter-finals date against TSM or fnatic on Friday - something they are dying to avoid.

Player Age Rating * 
France Vincent "Happy" Schopenhauer 23 1.14
France Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt 21 1.05
France Richard "shox" Papillon 23 1.04
France Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey 20 1.03
France Edouard "SmithZz" Dubourdeaux 26 0.93

* Player rating for the past 3 months

Something that may be interesting given the format - which forces you to win your first game to make the top two in the group stage - is that EnVy are somewhat slow starters. They've lost the first map of the day to CLG at MLG X Games, to GPlay at recent SLTV Finals, to FlipSid3 on a later day of the SLTV Finals, and to Cloud9 at Gfinity. It's by no means a guarantee they won't be in tip top shape come the first round of play in Cologne, but it's a run that isn't promising if you're their fan.

A win at Gfinity Summer Masters I should have boosted morale in the nV camp, and despite their recent - comparative - struggles, they're still one of the world's best three teams. The margin for error is small, and they could both drop a favored map in the group stage, or overcome a tough best-of-three as underdogs to make the semis. Either way would work, but NBK- and company would surely prefer a day off on Friday, and a chance to not face the top two teams before the semi-finals.

Prediction: 1st in group A


EnVyUs's recent results are encouraging 


Sweden fnatic

Well, before we get into the business, let's just take a look at the eight most recent games in fnatic's match list below. They are against EnVyUs, TSM and Virtus.pro - the world's other top four teams - and all ended in a Black and Orange win. In addition to that, the list below ignores the fact fnatic won DreamHack Summer convincingly without losing a map - as none of the games were versus ESL ESEA Pro League Finals participants - a great resume, just the kind you'd expect from the world's best team.

Yes, I said the world's best. TSM's inactivity has to be accounted for, and fnatic have not only mostly beaten all of their competition in 2015, but ran through them in a fashion that at times made watching fnatic play seem unfair. Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer has to be considered the world's best player at this point, and Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson isn't far apart. Add in the impact plays of Jesper "JW" Wecksell and Robin "flusha" Rönnquist slowly chipping away at you, and it's no wonder they are the best in business.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
30 Jun Sweden fnatic 21-19 France EnVyUs de_inferno FACEIT
29 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-3 Denmark TSM de_cache FACEIT
24 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-12 France EnVyUs de_inferno FACEIT
23 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-12 Poland Virtus.pro de_overpass FACEIT
18 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-2 Poland Virtus.pro de_cobblestone ESL ESEA
9 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-12 France EnVyUs de_overpass Aftonbladet
9 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-11 France EnVyUs de_inferno Aftonbladet
9 Jun Sweden fnatic 16-9 France EnVyUs de_train Aftonbladet
9 Jun Sweden fnatic 5-16 France EnVyUs de_cobblestone Aftonbladet
7 Jun Sweden fnatic 7-16 Denmark TSM de_dust2 fb Masters

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With that said, fnatic has had a clear kryptonite in the spring, and it is called Team SoloMid. fnatic's track record since early March stands at 11-19 in maps versus the Danish team - they lost the grand finals of both fragbite Masters and CCS Finals to them, and got bounced in the semi-finals of FACEIT Finals - and despite their recent 16-3 win online, it doesn't seem like they have yet figured out Nicolai "device" Reedtz's team. However, that doesn't mean they aren't favored.

TSM notably missed out on most of June's tournaments due to school commitments of their players. All else aside, it probably has also affected TSM's preparation for this tournament and cut down on their practice in recent weeks, which should give fnatic a tiny edge when it comes to their eventual date on Thursday. And as NiP well knows from the fall of 2013, small losses can quickly snowball into giving the other team the confidence it may lack to start winning the games when they get close.

Player Age Rating *
Sweden Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer 23 1.19
Sweden Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson 21 1.15
Sweden Jesper "JW" Wecksell 20 1.13
Sweden Robin "flusha" Rönnquist 21 1.09
Sweden Markus "pronax" Wallsten 24 0.93

* Player rating for the past 3 months

In the opening round fnatic will face CLG, who they beat around without issues at ESEA Finals in April. Granted, they've since changed a player, and had nearly ten weeks to prepare. In any case, the team coached by Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby should have no issues there. And then they should, by all means, face TSM, all of a sudden making the event much more interesting, at least for some forty-five minutes on Thursday evening.

A win in the group would guarantee fnatic a semi-finals finish and guarantee they can make the grand final without having to face TSM again. A loss would mean they'd have to go through either EnVyUs or Virtus.pro to book a top four finish. They'd still be favored in either series, but it's close enough that they would definitely want to avoid the extra day of matches. Luckily TSM's inactivity should play into fnatic's hands, and give them the upper hand on Thursday. Sunday might be a different story.

Prediction: 1st in group B


olofmeister is currently the game's hottest player 


Brazil Keyd Stars

Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and Fernando "fer" Alvarenga have come a long way since the KaBuM.TD days that saw them crash out of the ESWC group stage. After re-tooling their team they beat Cloud9 at MLG X Games, only to win seven rounds combined versus NiP and the current TSM team. At ClutchCon they took de_mirage from fnatic, and at the offline qualifier for Katowice they defeated INSHOCK, and surprisingly, Jacob "Pimp" Winneche's dignitas, to clinch a spot at the major. In Poland they made playoffs after wins against HellRaisers and CLG, and even took a map off of Virtus.pro.

The team also moved to North America, where they've stayed active in a number of online leagues, and apparently faced a couple of other teams other than Luminosity, who fill their most recent ten matches table below. They finished ESL ESEA Pro League's online portion 17-5 - though with some DDoS issues, as expected for almost every team by now - and have had slightly inconsistent results with the North American competition.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
29 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-19 United States Luminosity de_cobblestone RGN
29 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 5-16 United States Luminosity de_inferno RGN
29 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-7 United States Luminosity de_mirage RGN
22 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-12 United States CLG de_cobblestone ESL ESEA
21 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-14 United States Luminosity de_train iBP Summer
21 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-5 United States Luminosity de_inferno iBP Summer
21 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 13-16 United States Luminosity de_dust2 iBP Summer
12 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 31-27 United States Luminosity de_mirage ESL ESEA
11 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 16-6 United States Cloud9 de_overpass ESL ESEA
3 Jun Brazil Keyd Stars 10-16 United States Luminosity de_inferno FACEIT

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Having already qualified for the next major with a top eight finish in Katowice, the Brazilians compete for another $250,000 prize purse this week in Cologne. They have a very realistic chance to make playoffs again - though probably only in third place - and could even make the semi-finals. This fact stands as great development from a team not many thought could mount a serious challenge on the global Counter-Strike scene as little as six months ago.

The first round in Cologne will pit FalleN's team against TSM, who have looked borderline unstoppable at their most recent tournaments. The good thing for Keyd Stars is it's been a while since those supposedly recent tournaments, which opens up a window for a best-of-one game where everything clicks - even if it seems impossible. Most likely Keyd Stars will play CLG for a playoff spot, and that game will effectively either make or break the event for the team led by fer's fragging.

Player Age Rating *
Brazil Fernando "fer" Alvarenga 23 1.24
Brazil Caio "zqkS" Fonseca 23 1.10
Brazil Ricardo "boltz" Prass 18 1.06
Brazil Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo 24 1.05
Brazil Lucas "steel" Lopes 21 0.98

* Player rating for the past 3 months

The Brazilians defeated a slightly different CLG team at ESL One Katowice, and have since bested them twice since late May. I reckon they should make the playoffs, and that's where they can truly make their mark in Cologne. Keyd Stars were dominated by Virtus.pro in their Katowice series - winning just five rounds in two maps, despite a win on de_overpass in overtime - and are clear underdogs. Still, it's not unthinkable that they could beat an up and down Virtus team this week.

A realistic expectation for this team is a loss to TSM, followed by a win over CLG - though the odds are very close in the latter game - and then a loss on Friday to end their tournament. Having them playing so actively in North America has removed much of the mystery that used to surround this team, but don't put it behind them to still have some secrets they haven't unveiled in North America, where they haven't attended tournaments yet.

Prediction: 3rd in group B


fer has been Keyd Stars's best player in 2015 


Denmark Team SoloMid

Despite having won their three most recent tournaments in a fairly convincing fashion and holding a 19-11 map record over fnatic since early March, TSM are in some sort of a challenger mode as far as competing for the biggest title and largest payday for all five of their players' careers. Their inactivity has made people question - with reason, if history is any indication - whether it's possible they've lost a step, or if other teams have simply gained ground on them while their players have been taking exams in the class room.

TSM are not playing CEVO and boast a measly 6-6 record in FACEIT, including an ugly 3-16 loss to fnatic just days ago. They missed out on Gfinity Summer Masters I and DreamHack Summer, and also withdrew from ESWC, set to take place a week after action ends in Cologne. The Danes simply aren't as active - and for the record, never have been - as some of their peers. That's a shame from the fans' perspective, but it also should - in theory, anyway, if their players aren't stuck in school - give them a chance to be better prepared.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
29 Jun Denmark TSM 3-16 Sweden fnatic de_cache FACEIT
29 Jun Denmark TSM 16-13 France EnVyUs de_inferno FACEIT
16 Jun Denmark TSM 13-16 France EnVyUs de_dust2 ESL ESEA
10 Jun Denmark TSM 16-10 Poland Virtus.pro de_overpass ESL ESEA
7 Jun Denmark TSM 16-7 Sweden fnatic de_dust2 fb Masters
7 Jun Denmark TSM 16-11 Sweden fnatic de_inferno fb Masters
7 Jun Denmark TSM 7-16 Sweden fnatic de_mirage fb Masters
7 Jun Denmark TSM 16-5 Sweden fnatic de_cobblestone fb Masters
7 Jun Denmark TSM 16-8 Sweden fnatic de_inferno fb Masters
7 Jun Denmark TSM 16-8 Sweden fnatic de_cache fb Masters

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Other teams probably haven't figured TSM out all of a sudden, and if Finn "karrigan" Andersen has been doing his work while his three stars have kept in shape, this team could easily exit Cologne $100,000 richer. However, odds are probably against them being in the same shape they exited the fragbite Masters Finals in. Time gets everyone, and unless you're drinking the KoolAid, there isn't much of a reason to think it shouldn't hurt TSM as well. Then it simply becomes a question of how big the effect is.

Take 10% off their game, and they can still be good enough to win the tournament. Take more, and they might not make the grand final. In any case, you should expect the Danes to move on from the group stage as a top two finisher, because the skill gap between them and fnatic and the two challengers - Keyd Stars and CLG - is large enough to give them some cushion to make mistakes early on. A win in the group would still be important.

Player Age Rating *
Denmark Nicolai "device" Reedtz 19 1.17
Denmark René "cajunb" Borg 25 1.09
Denmark Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen 22 1.08
Denmark Finn "karrigan" Andersen 25 1.02
Denmark Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth 19 0.95

* Player rating for the past 3 months

Winner of each group advances directly to the semi-finals, which means avoiding an early series against either EnVyUs or Virtus.pro, in all likelihood. Neither is a death penalty to TSM, naturally, but also not a prospect they should be excited to face in a round of elimination they could just as well avoid altogether. Which leaves us with fnatic, the team they boast a strong record against, yet have given a chance to play catch-up.

TSM should absolutely win versus the Brazilians in their opener. That will put them through to playoffs. Then it simply comes down to the fnatic game. Though TSM's record suggests they should win, history doesn't predict the future, and my guess is the Danes will have to plug in their mice on Friday as well, but it might end up working in their favor - extra practice, assuming it doesn't send them packing, can actually be a good thing. 

Prediction: 2nd in group B


Can karrigan lead his team to their largest championship yet? 


United States CLG

CLG have the gargantuan task of facing fnatic in their first match of the tournament. It's always fun to compare yourself to the world's best, but I would guess that's not how the Americans would like to begin their day in Cologne. Tarik "tarik" Celik's teams recent match record against other ESL ESEA Pro League attendees is poor - a 2-8 record, including a map win in a lost best-of-three - and that is all from matches in the Americas, without European competition.

Date Team Score Team Map Event
24 Jun United States CLG 10-16 United States Luminosity de_mirage FACEIT
22 Jun United States CLG 12-16 Brazil Keyd Stars de_cobblestone ESL ESEA
20 Jun United States CLG 9-16 United States Cloud9 de_inferno FACEIT
17 Jun United States CLG 16-11 United States Luminosity de_mirage FACEIT
12 Jun United States CLG 11-16 United States Cloud9 de_train CEVO
12 Jun United States CLG 13-16 United States Cloud9 de_dust2 CEVO
12 Jun United States CLG 13-16 United States Luminosity de_inferno ESL ESEA
8 Jun United States CLG 13-16 United States Cloud9 de_overpass HTC Reborn
8 Jun United States CLG 16-14 United States Cloud9 de_train HTC Reborn
8 Jun United States CLG 13-16 United States Cloud9 de_inferno HTC Reborn

Ten most recent matches against ESL ESEA Pro League Finals competition

This team's chance to advance is definitely their decider against Keyd Stars. fnatic and TSM should be far too good, and far too consistent, to have a risk of losing to either team in group B. As such, Pujan "FNS" Mehta should have focused his tournament preparation efforts on figuring out Keyd Stars's gameplan, and preferably on finding out ways to exploit on the map they are likely to play to the tune of sixteen rounds. If that's not the case, don't expect CLG to play more than two maps in Cologne.

CLG has logged two losses to Keyd Stars online on de_cbble, and were eliminated by the Brazilians on de_dust2 at ESL One Katowice, the previous major. In other words, they have yet to take down FalleN's team. That doesn't mean they can't do it, but it's clear they are the odd men out in this group - not unlike Luminosity in group A - whose tournament lives are expected to expire on Thursday.

Player Age Rating *
United States Tarik "tarik" Celik 19 1.18
United States Josh "jdm64" Marzano 25 1.11
United States Stephen "reltuC" Cutler 26 1.04
United States James "hazed" Cobb 26 1.01
Canada Pujan "FNS" Mehta 23 1.00

* Player rating for the past 3 months

The key to CLG's play is they have no pressure. They are clear underdogs even within their group, and should be able to play without expectations. I wouldn't be surprised if tarik had a good match and it propelled CLG to the quarter-finals over Keyd Stars, but I also realize it's possible they may get blown away twice. Anything they get out of this one should be considered an added bonus, but they may only have a disappointment looming ahead in Cologne.

Prediction: 4th in group B


tarik will have to shine for his team to make the playoffs 


In addition to this pre-event preview, we will also be posting a separate statistical mini preview for each playoff match, assuming the teams have a history of playing each other.

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France Nathan 'NBK-' Schmitt
Nathan 'NBK-' Schmitt
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1652
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
United States Ryan 'freakazoid' Abadir
Ryan 'freakazoid' Abadir
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
783
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.15
France Edouard 'SmithZz' Dubourdeaux
Edouard 'SmithZz' Dubourdeaux
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
1161
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
United States Peter 'ptr' Gurney
Peter 'ptr' Gurney
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
870
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.11
France Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer
Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1442
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.12
Canada Keith 'NAF' Markovic
Keith 'NAF' Markovic
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1143
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.16
United States Stephen 'reltuC' Cutler
Stephen 'reltuC' Cutler
Age:
30
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
856
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Sweden Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1597
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
France Richard 'shox' Papillon
Richard 'shox' Papillon
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1573
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Poland Paweł 'byali' Bieliński
Paweł 'byali' Bieliński
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1449
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
United States Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Age:
23
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
1193
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.15
United States Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert
Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
813
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
United States Todd 'anger' Williams
Todd 'anger' Williams
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
682
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.14
United States Tyler 'Skadoodle' Latham
Tyler 'Skadoodle' Latham
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1047
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.59
APR:
0.11
Brazil Lucas 'steel' Lopes
Lucas 'steel' Lopes
Age:
25
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
959
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.13
Brazil Caio 'zqkS' Fonseca
Caio 'zqkS' Fonseca
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
573
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.12
United States Josh 'jdm64' Marzano
Josh 'jdm64' Marzano
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
823
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.10
Denmark Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.17
United States James 'hazed' Cobb
James 'hazed' Cobb
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
736
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.15
Canada Mike 'shroud' Grzesiek
Mike 'shroud' Grzesiek
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
676
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
France Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1247
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.15
Poland Wiktor 'TaZ' Wojtas
Wiktor 'TaZ' Wojtas
Age:
33
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
1786
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Sweden Viktor 'vuggo' Jendeby
Viktor 'vuggo' Jendeby
Age:
-
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
7
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.59
APR:
0.15
Denmark René 'cajunb' Borg
René 'cajunb' Borg
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1445
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.13
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
Denmark Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1523
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
Brazil Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1154
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.60
APR:
0.11
Sweden Jacob 'pyth' Mourujärvi
Jacob 'pyth' Mourujärvi
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
734
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1403
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.13
Sweden Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1377
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.15
Sweden Markus 'pronax' Wallsten
Markus 'pronax' Wallsten
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.89
Maps played:
1199
KPR:
0.60
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
1538
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Sweden Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1502
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.18
Denmark Jacob 'Pimp' Winneche
Jacob 'Pimp' Winneche
Age:
24
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
976
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.14
Canada Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.90
Maps played:
852
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Brazil Fernando 'fer' Alvarenga
Fernando 'fer' Alvarenga
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1142
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.16
Sweden Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1329
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.13
Brazil Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
951
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.17
United States Alexander 'LeX' Deily
Alexander 'LeX' Deily
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.90
Maps played:
378
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.15
Poland Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1597
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.13
United States Sean 'seang@res' Gares
Sean 'seang@res' Gares
Age:
31
Rating 1.0:
0.88
Maps played:
713
KPR:
0.59
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
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
#2
Finland LTNyo 
ok
2015-07-01 08:38
#3
Peru Op1e 
rip´nip
2015-07-01 08:38
will read!
2015-07-01 08:38
n1 <3 ez tsm or fnatic
2015-07-01 08:40
EZ 4 NA
2015-07-01 08:40
#9
 | 
Canada smoo 
ez
2015-07-01 08:40
n1
2015-07-01 08:41
#12
 | 
Brazil AL1en 
GO KEYD! ferGOD
2015-07-01 08:43
fnatic will win
2015-07-01 08:43
lurrpis i love you
2015-07-01 08:44
#72
World xhlr 
lurPISS
2015-07-01 11:16
gj lurppis
2015-07-01 08:44
ikr hes been making some good posts
2015-07-01 08:49
lol, c9 vs vp and nv again
2015-07-01 08:44
#80
Poland F!go 
prepare your anus muricans
2015-07-01 12:27
should be tsm top group b fnatic second
2015-07-01 08:46
or atleast second, what is this 3rd bullshit XD
2015-07-01 09:31
tl;dr - NA sux hur dur
2015-07-01 08:46
RIP muricans [*]
2015-07-01 08:46
GO KEYD GO BRASIL!
2015-07-01 08:47
KeyD wont make it far, kid.
2015-07-01 08:48
actually they can , they finish 3rd in group and they might upset Virtus Pro i think
2015-07-01 09:05
#45
 | 
Brazil AL1en 
+1 true
2015-07-01 09:20
fnatic will win this tournament mark my words
2015-07-01 08:51
TSM
2015-07-01 08:53
TSM will lose to EnVyUs 2-0 at semi-finals
2015-07-01 08:57
nice joke
2015-07-01 09:23
in a bo3 nV will only win one map if they play Dust_2 otherwise they wont take a map.
2015-07-01 09:33
Wrong answer
2015-07-01 09:23
c9 might actually make it out of groups kek
2015-07-01 08:51
RIP NA
2015-07-01 08:53
This will be interesting :D Strange format, if i understand well the winner of the first match is directly qualified for the semis? (even if they lose the winner match)?
2015-07-01 08:56
/facepalm #1 teams on groups go straight to the semi-finals so if you win your 2 first games in a row, you are in the semi-finals
2015-07-01 09:00
Yep but "the traditional loser's match will determine the third team to make the playoffs", and "three teams advancing from each group". There's something I don't understand, i need to sleep m8
2015-07-01 09:04
#35
Vietnam hcd 
no,winner of per group will is directly qualify to semi. 2-3 will play in playoff to get 2 last spots :)
2015-07-01 09:03
Hahahahaha, C9, VP, and nV once again. Would be nice to see C9 play fnatic/etc.
2015-07-01 08:59
So you like to see rape?
2015-07-01 09:01
Regardless of what happened, it'd be nice to see something different. And obviously they should beat VP/nV to go on, but as of now, we know it won't happen. Who knows if things will change by the time they play, shrug.
2015-07-01 09:03
#34
 | 
Georgia Fatal Fighter 
ez money for fnatic
2015-07-01 09:02
so easy for eu
2015-07-01 09:05
clg only team with everyone above a 1.0 rating ez Kappa and also i think lg will do better than everyone thinks. The only player on that team who hasn't played in eu is LeX, and the other 4 are probably enough to carry his ass like they've been doing all season anyways.
2015-07-01 09:09
NA final inc.
2015-07-01 09:11
O Hello mate!!!!! You misunderstood Elimination match (Looser's match) as a final. It's not final. Final is on 5th not on 2nd.
2015-07-01 09:39
Hello sir, lets go Russian teams. Oh wait...
2015-07-01 14:43
Fnatic vs tsm finals would be crazy I hope its even better thn cologne 2014 Cologne2014>any esl lan
2015-07-01 09:12
TSM vs fnatic pls
2015-07-01 09:13
I'm an NA fanboi for life, but 3 NA teams? This is just going to be embarrassing...
2015-07-01 09:14
2 na teams, keyd are representing brasil and south america, they just reside in North america. So if keyd gets out of groups then it's sa out of groups not na.
2015-07-01 13:52
clg, cloud9, luminosity. try again.
2015-07-01 14:40
Wasn't counting clg
2015-07-01 17:13
counting is hard
2015-07-01 16:42
Wasn't counting clg don't expect them to go very far
2015-07-01 17:14
No Na'Vi - no party!
2015-07-01 09:24
++++
2015-07-01 14:17
my frind psh time to show up maybe ?
2015-07-01 09:27
Didn't lurrpis predict the gfinity tournament and had every single prediction wrong except for the one on sk gaming?
2015-07-01 09:29
tyvm
2015-07-01 09:29
Good read
2015-07-01 09:42
EU definetly would have deserved atleast 2 spots more. Cuz Navi/nip/dignitas/mousesports/titan+++ > NA
2015-07-01 09:53
True..
2015-07-01 12:33
nt finn. murca>nip but maby navi or mousesports
2015-07-01 15:16
You can't say that of the na teams new lineups haven't played them yet
2015-07-01 13:53
This is also true.
2015-07-01 18:13
C9 vs CLG in grand final
2015-07-01 10:07
lol I needed a good laugh, thanks!
2015-07-01 13:35
fiffy<3
2015-07-01 10:08
working out together at the hotel gym will do little to give them extra round wins LMAO LURPPIS <3
2015-07-01 10:23
#78
World maL^ 
lmao thought i was the only one who noticed that
2015-07-01 12:00
So fucking terrible that half the teams are from NA. Can EASILIY just skip the group stage as EU with destroy the NA trash.
2015-07-01 10:24
clg and keyd will be deadened ?
2015-07-01 10:29
gl
2015-07-01 10:35
Why are we having bo1 groupstage with so much money on the line? GJ ESL and ESEA, format is terrible.
2015-07-01 10:45
That's what I thought. Imagine getting and playing the online league the whole time and just to get knocked out in 2 maps in a day. It is stupid. At least Bo2 where teams in a group need to play every other team in their group is better if no time for Bo3.
2015-07-01 11:37
Yup, and it's not like they have any time constraints. Having online season last so long and then playing two or three maps in offline groups is dumbfounding.
2015-07-01 11:53
It's just like everytime with a major You can't really know which is the best team because it may get kicked on day 1 if some player has the game of his life ....
2015-07-01 17:47
Format is already terrible to have only 4 EU teams
2015-07-01 12:29
#66
Basso | 
Sweden eNvym 
Can someone give me the adress for the venue where it is played please?
2015-07-01 10:48
This groupstage format is so bad. All teams will play only 2 bo1 matches. Doesn't make sense at all, especially for a 8team lan tournament.
2015-07-01 10:53
Nice article, Lurppis :] so long and nice views, expected.
2015-07-01 11:05
C9 top 1
2015-07-01 11:09
whats pretty sad to see c9 always in the same group with envy and vp.. cant remember last event they where one of those 2 teams would be with them in the same group...
2015-07-01 11:13
The alternative is TSM and Fnatic. What's your point?
2015-07-01 16:37
Where NiP is ? xD
2015-07-01 11:16
#76
Hong Kong b3rn 
Home.
2015-07-01 11:49
#79
 | 
CIS Shoxie<3 
they are too low
2015-07-01 12:06
in sweden propably
2015-07-01 13:59
4 good teams vs 4 silver teams. Gonna be boring af.
2015-07-01 11:22
4 good = Fnatic Nv TSM KeyD
2015-07-01 12:34
Nope Europe is good America is silver
2015-07-01 13:24
They should never gave so much money on the online tournament, and invite more teams to the offline event(as much murican and EU teams , really ?) The prize pool is the same as a major but they will get as much viewers as 50000$ event because it will be boring asfuck
2015-07-01 12:28
Fnatic rekt all
2015-07-01 12:39
"Olofmeister is currently fnatic's hottest player" KEK
2015-07-01 13:07
#90
India IO 
dreamteam?
2015-07-01 13:14
In c9 I believe ;/
2015-07-01 13:17
RIP NA
2015-07-01 13:25
rip envy kid
2015-07-28 09:49
I believe in VP. I hope Pasza won´t play that stupid and aggressively, then they might have a chance...
2015-07-01 13:28
RIP NIP [*]
2015-07-01 13:54
Would be great if we could see nip + navi instead of 2 na teams.. but well..
2015-07-01 14:18
probably the worst tournament with a big prize pool, 4 top teams 4 shit teams ( sorry but NA is shit ) +nip navi titan and cloud can stay would be more fun
2015-07-01 14:53
+1 Completely true
2015-07-01 15:26
#122
 | 
Brazil woody77 
I see so many your comments, you are a very fair guy
2015-07-01 15:39
who is good enough to give me some skins please i almost don't have shit steamcommunity.com/tradeoffer/new/?partn..
2015-07-01 14:57
No nip no party
2015-07-01 15:17
#123
 | 
Brazil woody77 
Luminosity will steal a map of VP, listen to what I say, their style of play is defensive and they avoid the maximum to kill trades, vp always feel difficult when you play against teams like that, out of this surprise in Group A, I believe in group B will all be set to the lurppis quoted.
2015-07-01 15:45
#124
NEO | 
Poland m@rulek 
Final: VP-Fnatic incoming ;)
2015-07-01 15:52
If an upset is happening, it will be in group A. Nv has been super inconsistent and vp is a super offensive team, so a team with a more defensive playstyle like Luminosity has a chance to beat them. I doubt there will be an upset, but if it does, it will be in group A. Also, RIP CLG/KeyD
2015-07-01 15:59
maybe keyd will play mirage?... maybe? probably not...RIP
2015-07-01 16:18
#148
kNgV- | 
Brazil vicTHOR 
I hope not, their mirage is poor right now.
2015-07-01 19:03
i have a feeling that the losers match in group A is going to be C9 v VP... it just seems to happen a lot. Not saying LG is better than VP by and means, but they'll probably somehow beat them because you know, Virtus Throw. (non analysis)
2015-07-01 16:17
"olofmeister is currently the game's hottest player" WTF is this lurppis ?
2015-07-01 16:39
i assume you dont find olofm being the world's best player outrageous, so i'd say you've encountered language barrier
2015-07-01 22:40
I understood what you wanted to say, but i think the ambiguity allowed the joke, greetings.
2015-07-02 04:49
major?
2015-07-01 17:03
#GOKEYD
2015-07-01 17:28
-NA teams +EU teams
2015-07-01 18:06
#146
Brazil nnz 
Ez for fer
2015-07-01 18:50
#147
kNgV- | 
Brazil vicTHOR 
LG >>> C9 fer best rating lol
2015-07-01 19:02
Steel's career as a coach of CLG is on the line but if they manage to do it steel will be the GOAT.
2015-07-02 00:13
"olofmeister is currently the game's hottest player" awww
2015-07-02 00:23
#152
NiKo | 
Poland Jaruzel 
So should we count it as a major?
2015-07-02 02:06
#155
 | 
Brazil dUdUb44- 
#gokeyd!
2015-07-02 07:51
these predictions tho
2015-07-03 20:37
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