Winners and Losers of StarSeries

There is lots to be drawn from the latest big event, SL i-League StarSeries Season 3 Finals, that came to a close on Sunday with FaZe picking up their first big trophy. Read on as we recap the event and take a look at the Winners and Losers of StarSeries.

For the first time, an SL i-League event utilized the Swiss format, which saw 16 teams fight for eight spots in the playoffs over the first four days of the Kiev event.

The semi-randomized best-of-one group stage wasn't without its upsets. Some of the most notable surprises included HellRaisers beating FaZe in the first round, as well as CLG eliminating Gambit (stopping their perfect record on Cobblestone) and Immortals.

In the meantime, Virtus.pro and SK, two big-name teams, finished below the top eight, while two question marks in G2 and Natus Vincere advanced with dominant 3-0s.

On their quest to prove they're not OnlineRaisers, Kirill "ANGE1" Karasiow's squad continued to surprise in playoffs, taking down North 2-1. FaZe survived the dangerous prospect that was the new G2, while Na`Vi and Astralis filled up the semi-finals with victories over fnatic and CLG respectively.

In the semis, FaZe overcame the challenge that HellRaisers turned out to be and the No.1 team in the world added their third triumph against Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács and company this year.

FaZe and Astralis then gave us another fantastic grand final after their mouth-watering best-of-five in Katowice last month. A back-and-forth Mirage ended with the Danes taking the lead in the series, but FaZe's strong showing on Nuke forced the deciding map, Inferno. There, regulation wasn't enough as both teams put up a great defense, and in the end it was FaZe taking revenge for their loss in Poland with three rounds as Terrorists in overtime.

Best maps

Swiss group stage Map (VOD)  Stage
Denmark North 19 - 16 Denmark Astralis  Inferno 1-0 pool
Europe FaZe 16 - 13  Kazakhstan Gambit Cache 1-1 pool
CIS Natus Vincere  16 - 11 Denmark North Inferno 2-0 pool
United States CLG 16 - 14 Kazakhstan Gambit Cobblestone 1-2 pool
Denmark North 16 - 13 Europe FaZe Cache 2-1 pool
         
Playoffs
Europe HellRaisers 16 - 14 Denmark North Cache Quarter-finals (Map 2)
Denmark Astralis 16 - 14 Europe FaZe Mirage Grand final (Map 1)
Europe FaZe 19 - 17 Denmark Astralis Inferno Grand final (Map 3)

Winners

FaZe

It took the European mixture nearly two years and countless lineup changes that saw only Håvard "rain" Nygaard remain as the sole member of the original Kinguin, but we have finally got proof that multi-national teams communicating in English as their second language can win big events, with FaZe hoisting the trophy in Kiev.

The two main changes that got FaZe over the hump were Finn "karrigan" Andersen and Nikola "NiKo" Kovač coming into the picture, which gave the squad their first true leader and a playmaker that can turn matches around on his own.

FaZe's form in Kiev was impressive. It wasn't NiKo carrying all the way through (even if he did receive our MVP award in the end); Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey and Aleksi "allu" Jalli were their best players in the final and rain was a consistent contributor throughout the entire playoffs.


FaZe are looking to threaten Astralis in the fight for #1, still a ways to go

It didn't hurt that FaZe had probably one of the best records in pistol rounds we've ever seen, winning 14 out of 16 pistols in the playoffs, but that wasn't all there was to it. They showed resilience and ability to adapt to tough situations, especially at the end of the final's decider.

Overall, there was little one could find fault with FaZe at StarSeries aside from their stubborn approach to the double AWP on the CT side of Inferno. They also had issues against ecos and forcebuys, but then again most teams do and FaZe often win a few low buys themselves thanks to their capable pistoleers.

HellRaisers

While several of the top10 teams didn't seem to improve in the month they had after Katowice (Virtus.pro, SK, Gambit, and Immortals all failing to make it past groups), HellRaisers were hiding in the shadows, waiting for their opportunity to strike.

That they did at StarSeries, more than two months after their last offline appearance at the ELEAGUE Major. Not only did ANGE1's five surpass expectations by advancing from groups with wins over FaZe and NiP, they took it one step further by adding a series triumph versus North in the quarter-finals and posing a threat to karrigan's team in semis.

With their first top four at a big event, HellRaisers jumped from #15 to #7 in our ranking for this lineup's first entry into the top10. They even have a chance to continue to climb the ladder with two DreamHack Open stops ahead of them, in Austin and Tours.


HellRaisers climb to #7 after their first top four at a big event

GuardiaN

Due to the lack of the superstar performances we used to see from him prior to his injury in early 2016, the Slovakian sniper had been a target of criticism in this version of Na`Vi that had struggled for several months.

GuardiaN has slowly regained his form this year and peaked at StarSeries with a fantastic showing in Na`Vi's journey to their first top four finish since EPICENTER: Moscow, in late October.

With the AWPer seemingly getting back to his old self, he is on the right path towards his goal to become the #1 player in 2017.

CLG

It's been a year since CLG were last considered a team capable of playoffs finishes at important events or even one of the best teams in their region. With their qualification for StarSeries and the subsequent top eight finish, Stephen "reltuC" Cutler's men could soon regain the status they had in early 2016, when CLG placed fourth at Game Show GEC and 5th-8th at MLG Columbus.

En route to their best result since then, Pujan "FNS" Mehta & co. got Astralis to double digits three times (earning kudos from Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen), eliminated Gambit on Cobblestone of all maps, and sent Immortals home with a confident win on Cache.


CLG surpassed all expectations at StarSeries

Their recent addition of Ricardo "Rickeh" Mulholland has paid off so far; the Australian was CLG's best-rated player at StarSeries (per rating 2.0) without him focusing on the AWP and rather being the secondary sniper.

His and Kenneth "koosta" Suen's double AWP setup played a big part in some of CLG's CT sides (most notably the 9-6 half on Cache vs. Astralis), but Rickeh was interestingly better on T sides, on which he did not hold the Big Green as often.

We'll have to wait for CLG's next appearance before we can draw conclusions as they had the surprise advantage in Kiev, but there are positives to be taken from their showing there.

Viewers

Another winner to come out of StarSeries was us, the viewers, who had the pleasure to see innovative in-game camera angles and graphics no other organizers had ever utilized in their production.

This last week was a breath of fresh air when it came to production value. On top of that, there were few issues that disrupted the viewing experience, which made for an even more enjoyable week of Counter-Strike.

Famed for their original ideas in production, PGL could have something to say when their Major in July comes along. Until then, props to StarLadder for showing us the newest perks.

Losers

Virtus.pro

The Poles came into StarSeries to prove that their group stage exit on home turf at IEM Katowice was nothing but a one-time mishap. 

However, Virtus.pro fell at least one level lower at the $300,000 event, beating just MVP Project and failing to show up against the better teams, only winning nine rounds across three matches (vs. SK, NiP, and fnatic).


Looks of sadness in the VP camp as they head into a long break from offline events

Filip "NEO" Kubski's roster has a lot to think about before their next event. That is most likely at least two months from now, or three if they can't qualify for the big leagues' finals — not an unreasonable assumption considering their reputation in online competition.

Brazilians

Similarly to Polish fans, the Brazilians' supporters had nothing to be delighted about during the Ukrainian tournament.

For the second time in a row after Katowice, SK struggled in the groups, with Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo adding another sub-1.00 rating showing, his fifth in a row and his worst since the KaBuM.TD days in early 2015. Whatever the in-game leader is trying right now is not working for him and for the team, and he only has a week to figure it out before cs_summit rolls around.

In Poland, Brazilian fans had Immortals to cheer for when SK exited the tournament early, but this time Lucas "steel" Lopes's team followed suit and disappointed against CLG in the last round of the Swiss group to finish 9th-11th alongside their compatriots.


FalleN still couldn't find his groove

North

Considering North had a favorable match-up in HellRaisers in the quarter-finals and disappointed to proceed further, the Danes around Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen made the list of losers at StarSeries.

Prior to the event, the in-game leader praised North's level of play when Philip "aizy" Aistrup is on his game and that much was true in Kiev; the 20-year-old played great in the groups, especially in the overtime win against Astralis, and his squad advanced with a 3-1 record.

However, when he disappeared in the quarter-finals, the Danish side was missing a crucial piece to overcome HellRaisers. On top of that, they haven't quite been able to fix all of their CT sides (which was also their focus during practice), notably winning just four rounds on the defense of Inferno twice in a row.

It's time for North to go back to the drawing board and see where the issue lies, which they have more than enough time for as their next event is IEM Sydney, from May 3-7.

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Slovakia Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
1425
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.11
United States Stephen 'reltuC' Cutler
Stephen 'reltuC' Cutler
Age:
30
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
841
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
Ukraine Kirill 'ANGE1' Karasiow
Kirill 'ANGE1' Karasiow
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1607
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.17
Brazil Lucas 'steel' Lopes
Lucas 'steel' Lopes
Age:
25
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
911
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.13
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1094
KPR:
0.81
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Denmark Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1273
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
France Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1174
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.15
United States Kenneth 'koosta' Suen
Kenneth 'koosta' Suen
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
787
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.11
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:
1.10
Maps played:
1476
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
Brazil Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1115
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.60
APR:
0.11
Australia Ricardo 'Rickeh' Mulholland
Ricardo 'Rickeh' Mulholland
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
563
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.13
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
1496
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Canada Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.90
Maps played:
816
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Denmark Mathias 'MSL' Lauridsen
Mathias 'MSL' Lauridsen
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1511
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.72
APR:
0.15
Finland Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1371
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.11
Norway Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1125
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.15
waaaw
2017-04-11 21:43
Ok but why doesnt hltv give out EVP awards anymore?
2017-04-11 22:09
I disagree with the Viewers point. The Viewer wasn't a winner at all during the match Observation was poor replays didn't show the important plays that weren't shown during the round And we weren't able to see the last kill of a round or the but for the next many times because we had to watch a ridiculously unnecessary render of the map
2017-04-11 22:46
And replays have still X-ray turned on for crying out loud
2017-04-11 22:47
the production at this event was the best... they really covered a lot of angles and duels happening on the other side of map..
2017-04-12 03:20
+1 good job. Good tournament.
2017-04-12 08:50
avinash pls stfu k0nt
2017-04-14 17:37
#5
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Brazil RauleS 
nice matches
2017-04-11 21:45
ez
2017-04-11 21:44
#10
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Latvia Faaakk 
n1
2017-04-11 21:44
winner faze loser astralis
2017-04-11 21:44
winner faze loser every other team in tournament
2017-04-11 21:53
#14
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United Arab Emirates p1peb0mb 
Vp lul
2017-04-11 21:44
CoolStoryStriker
2017-04-11 21:44
"Another winner to come out of StarSeries was us, the viewers, who had the pleasure to see innovative in-game camera angles and graphics no other organizers had ever utilized in their production." disagree so much with this... graphics or whatever, fine. who gives a fuck. saw plenty of mistakes on those tho during the analyst segments. but please these split screens where important parts of the HUD are gone and u dont know who to focus on... or these tiny cameras on part of the screen showing useless bombplants, again, disguising important parts of the screen on the side etc... and these stupid "bugs" where mid duel they would suddenly switch out and stuff... nothing beats eleague in this regard and this new old PGL crap can fuck right off.
2017-04-12 00:54
oh and btw please for the love of god stop constantly enlarging the minimap in the middle of the round. its there on the top left, u can see everything, why make it bigger constantly and block off the players view dude...
2017-04-12 00:56
#71
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Denmark donfrankie 
And lets talk about the player interviews. Hire someone who speaks english well on an english stream. Every time interviewer opened his mouth it made me cringe. The bomb timer was nice, but split screen and the PiP when the bomb were being planted was not good. Also heard there were heat issues in the booths just like last year. Not good enough. Also move the games around. Play two matches at time in the first three rounds. Also the grand final needs to be the only game that day.
2017-04-12 01:14
about the format really i dont like the whole swiss system, even though most people do like it. having games at the same time allows for eleague style groups with part-bo3 GSL. the bomb timer im not sure about. i like but i dont like. its better than when u have no clue whats going on bcs the ticking is too low, but i think it would be better if they could increase the volume of the bomb ticking so the viewer would always clearly hear it but the suspense isnt killed by knowing the exact time. and yeah im not sure why the fuck they cant find an interviewer who speaks decent english... i guess saving money, like that guy was already there as a stage host where he pretty much does 20 minutes of work a day.
2017-04-12 01:29
#96
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Switzerland BottomFragger 
I'm also not sure about the bomb timer. I would like it if they had some sort of tension music for the 10 second warning most uf have probably enabled while playing. It's a good clue to know if you'll have time to defuse or when you can simply play the time as T. The timer still didn't annoy me much because in really close cases it was still hard to know if he had time because it was hard to compare both bomb timer and defuse timer at the same time. Usually it was still easier to just listen to the bomb ticking for me.
2017-04-12 10:23
totaly agree the 1v1 split screens were the most annoying imo. I like how they tried it out and some of the angles could be cool when observers find out how to use them best. But trial them on irrelevent online matches not huge tournements. The bomb timer is really good though
2017-04-17 22:10
#16
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Finland ginbay 
brazillians lmao
2017-04-11 21:44
no NIP as losers?
2017-04-11 21:44
#34
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Germany leinaD^^ 
did you expect much of them in this event?:D
2017-04-11 22:19
#38
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Spain akproxx 
same status xd
2017-04-11 22:24
#18
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France Guedain 
Winner : K1o
2017-04-11 21:44
#19
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Finland bunny_allo 
sick losers tho, year ago they were winners
2017-04-11 21:44
#20
 | 
Brunei FeelsHoodMan 
RIP BRAZIL
2017-04-11 21:45
rip sk and vp :(
2017-04-11 21:46
great job, Striker
2017-04-11 21:49
#23
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CIS STAboss 
No way
2017-04-11 21:50
#24
 | 
Poland trancemeister 
Losers - NiP too , oh w8.. hltv loves NiP :D
2017-04-11 21:50
did you actually expect much from NiP?
2017-04-12 00:17
#63
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Poland trancemeister 
No, but their organization is a solid company.
2017-04-12 00:19
vp couldn't win more than 5 rounds vs nip so I wouldn't talk if I were you
2017-04-12 10:12
#25
 | 
Bulgaria _Jonathan_e 
ezzzzz
2017-04-11 21:51
North as always depending entirely on a single player to do something. SK and IMT are just like Brazil in another sports, have a wave of luck, then became shitty for the rest of their life. VP can be also considered a tier 3 team now, losing 16 x 2 for SK and Fnatic, and now losing to LDLC.
2017-04-11 22:01
you post is simply lul. cancerlucktralis fan talking about luck
2017-04-11 23:37
I'm so fan of Astralis that I even forgot about them and their boring games.
2017-04-12 14:32
I agree I feel like analysts and casters are saying that teams such immortals and North are good because of 1 or 2 good performances in stacked events when they've been pretty bad the rest of the time. As for SK, sure they were good last year but their era is over imo and I feel like analysts and casters are putting too much faith in them even though they haven't had a good performance all year
2017-04-12 01:35
#79
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Singapore derpydm 
"pretty bad" is now making the playoffs of almost every tournament and losing playoff map 3 against top tier teams (vp, sk etc) 16-14. agree on imt. north is abit overhyped but if they all peak together + msl isn't a fucking bot they can win. look at the group matches. aizy showed up and msl wasn't a fucking bot. they only lost to the eventual winners of the tournament. how is that bad in any way?
2017-04-12 02:23
Tbf North has potential to be very good but imt and SK arebt just losing close games in groups they're bombing out of said matches
2017-04-12 11:41
SK had a wave of luck destroying everyone for the whole year and winning 2 majors b2b. Some of you children should really just run into the wall head first.
2017-04-13 20:48
Won 2 majors, just like Fnatic, that is barely did something after winning majors.
2017-04-14 18:59
By your logic everyone is shit if they dont win majors. You are the definition of bandwagon kiddo fan, swapping favourite teams depending on who have won lately. Just stop sharing anything that pops into this tiny head of yours. Kids online = little cancers. Dont bother replying.
2017-04-14 20:08
Where's NIP
2017-04-11 22:03
#30
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Turkey vortex1g 
LOSERS BRAZILIANS AHAHAHAHAHAH
2017-04-11 22:06
#32
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Ukraine speecher 
Kyiv - not Kiev. Fix pls, thanks for a great article tho.
2017-04-11 22:11
#36
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Latvia Ke]R[4u 
google it
2017-04-11 22:23
Chicken Kiev is nice
2017-04-11 23:17
Either version is acceptable in English.
2017-04-12 11:05
#103
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Ukraine speecher 
No, its not. Here is the official document on the goverment site: zakon1.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/z0957-14/pa.. (you can find "Kyiv" in the bottom part of page, almost the last) Thank you for attention for a such a details - it is really important.
2017-04-12 12:01
Writing in English and the Latin alphabet transcription are two different things. In English both versions are accepted and Striker chose the Kiev one.
2017-04-13 09:59
#117
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Ukraine speecher 
This is officially name of city. In documents, everywhere :) Or maybe if you can please show link or document where is Kiev also acceptebale. Thanks.
2017-04-13 13:49
99 out of 100 sites in English will feature the city name as Kiev.
2017-04-14 10:37
#121
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Ukraine speecher 
You can use correct words (names) or be with the most of sites, as you say. You choose. Good luck.
2017-04-14 10:56
As said, even though I understand your point of view, both versions are correct. Even in Spanish it is Kiev. The Kyiv version in this case is simply regarded as the already mentioned Latin alphabet transcription of the original Ukrainian word. And, again as said, these are two different things.
2017-04-14 11:06
Jonathan E. exposed
2017-04-12 20:54
RIP brazilians lmao
2017-04-11 22:13
#35
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Norway insy 
Biggest win is Brazilian teams going out in groups.
2017-04-11 22:22
Right?
2017-04-11 23:28
#56
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Norway insy 
yussss
2017-04-11 23:45
+1
2017-04-12 10:28
They hate us cus they anus
2017-04-12 20:54
#112
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Norway insy 
Kill yourself
2017-04-12 20:57
Right now? :\
2017-04-12 20:58
#114
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Norway insy 
The sooner, the better.
2017-04-12 20:59
Wow, so cold hearted :(
2017-04-12 21:14
NO NiP?? or NiP is nothing now?
2017-04-11 22:24
Yay Brazilians lost
2017-04-11 22:31
#41
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Ukraine CISfan[Guy] 
If GuardiaN will show his best he'll be N1 in 2017
2017-04-11 22:44
This was a nice league
2017-04-11 22:46
#46
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Finland kappaboi 
gg
2017-04-11 23:08
#47
NAF | 
Germany al1na 
was a really exciting and fun tournament to watch and well deserved win by faze
2017-04-11 23:09
Winners - HLTV Due to big names VP a SK going out in groups, HLTV had a significant decrease in the number of fakeflaggers and/or Polish and Brazilian presence on the site. This cause for less threads about "SK TOP1" and "PLOW HAHAHAHAHA".
2017-04-11 23:21
+2
2017-04-11 23:33
#59
bardi | 
Denmark b-mejsel 
Oh god yes
2017-04-12 00:10
this
2017-04-12 09:27
3 Months without VP in a big lan? Sorry WTF would that be.
2017-04-11 23:36
#54
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Brazil bandicoot 
VP no idea whats wrong SK dont play horrible, they take control and then lose decisive rounds, at least to good teams astralis faze g2. but still need to find more dominance in critical late rounds
2017-04-11 23:43
#62
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Syria Gonezxzx 
Sk should have beat G2 and FaZe
2017-04-12 00:18
No. To be honest they are just bad. Taco isn't being used to his potential and FalleN can't figure a direction nor his individial level out. Cold, fer and felps do just fine. If FalleN can't go back to being a great IGL then there's no point in keeping him on the team in his current form. Also you might want to consider cutting Taco because he only thrives when FalleN puts him in positions to do that.
2017-04-12 00:31
Winner THE PROBLEM
2017-04-11 23:42
#57
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Portugal russ0_ptpt 
When no one say that NIP was losers on this starseries....I love GTR but now, he is in a very low rating.. dont know if hw dont have motivation to play but i fell pain when i see one of the best players in the world playing so badly...
2017-04-11 23:51
#60
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Syria Gonezxzx 
Sk, vp and NiP fans are true losers in this
2017-04-12 00:15
It's been long enough, someone rescue f0rest out of that nightmare while he can still aim.
2017-04-12 00:21
Losers : Brazilians ahahah
2017-04-12 00:30
#67
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Brazil nastylles 
SK 16-2 lul
2017-04-12 00:45
#68
TACO | 
Brazil gabriezz1 
We will back stronger <3 I trust in SK and IMT
2017-04-12 00:50
Honestly I feel immortals is the most over hyped team because of 1 or 2 good performances and the rest of the time they're shit
2017-04-12 01:39
#81
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Syria Gonezxzx 
It feels like Immortals have big highs like beating NiP, North, Fnatic, but then have mental breakdowns like every major qualifier.
2017-04-12 02:30
#84
TACO | 
Brazil gabriezz1 
How i say... More experience is needed.
2017-04-12 04:03
They suck donkey marbles
2017-04-12 07:44
Those aren't even that high as most of those teams are either not getting to playoffs or having the odd good tournament and then not playing well in the next
2017-04-12 11:44
#83
TACO | 
Brazil gabriezz1 
They are young players, just boltz and FNX have more experience. Steelega too, but in IGL function he's new. They need more experience. LG take almost 2 years for their first big championship. So... I trust them.
2017-04-12 04:02
2 years and a switch in the line up bringing in two really good players. And imt swaped their best players for one that was slumping
2017-04-12 11:43
U have to set up a line up And find the chemistry with this. If u change 1 piece u need do it all again. IMT change the line up 3 times.
2017-04-12 16:18
Yes but the only worthwhile one so far has been steel
2017-04-12 17:49
im again a bit of CLG fan <3
2017-04-12 01:27
Best team: FaZe Best player: Superkio Most loved team: FaZe Most expected losers: NIP (Asians to obvious) Most boring team: Astralis Most smoke kills: Astralis Most toxic: Kjaerbye Most dissapointing team: VP
2017-04-12 01:32
nip #1 loser
2017-04-12 01:40
Now SK can farm position at north american tournament.
2017-04-12 02:07
#80
BnTeT | 
Poland B4R73K 
CoolStoryStriker
2017-04-12 02:30
#85
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Indonesia rareguy 
No swedes to be explained. Why? :(
2017-04-12 04:05
When's the next face-to-face event?
2017-04-12 06:41
Fnatic to losers as well
2017-04-12 08:53
#93
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Malaysia phyzell 
one year has gone. See you next spring S4!
2017-04-12 09:19
VP, SK - LOOOOOOOOOOSERS ahahahhaahhaha
2017-04-12 10:54
#104
f0rest | 
Lithuania TaigoN 
NIP not added to losers section LOL. Means they are worse than that
2017-04-12 12:05
#106
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Norway insy 
They we're expected to lose, unlike VP or SK, I suppose.
2017-04-12 15:32
#118
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Bulgaria kr9ptonn 
Winners: FaZe Losers: Astralis, Natus Vincere, HellRaisers, fnatic, CLG, North, G2, Immortals, SK, NiP, MVP Project, Gambit, Virtus.pro, TyLoo, UYA
2017-04-13 17:08
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