Winners and losers of DreamHack Masters Marseille

As the action in France has been brought to an end, we took a look at what happened in the tournament and figured out who the winners and who the losers of DreamHack Masters Marseille were.

The tournament, which was stacked both in terms of the level of competition and the schedule, saw four teams eliminated after the first day. Besides the somewhat expected losses of underdogs, we saw Space Soldiers go out after just two BO1s. The tournament continued with the BO3 portion of the group stage over the next two days, where we again saw some upsets happen and favorites leave the tournament early.

Big names such as SK, Liquid and G2 couldn't make it to the playoffs, and neither could Envy, leaving the French crowd without a home team to support in the arena at the weekend. The playoffs saw Astralis kick into a higher gear, beating FaZe in the quarter-finals, fnatic in the semi-finals and Natus Vincere in the grand final—all without dropping a map. Among other results, it's worth noting that Gambit made a deep, semi-final run, while mousesports, who had claimed two titles from their previous two events, were stopped in the last-eight stage by Natus Vincere.

Best maps

Group stage     Map (VOD) Stage
United States Cloud9  2220  France G2 Mirage Group A opener
United States Cloud9   1614  Europe FaZe Mirage Group A winner's
Ukraine Natus Vincere 1614 Sweden fnatic Overpass Group C winner's
         
Playoffs    
Ukraine Natus Vincere 1916 Europe mousesports Inferno QF (M2)
Denmark Astralis 1612 Sweden fnatic Mirage  Semi-finals (M2)
Denmark Astralis 1611 Ukraine Natus Vincere Inferno Grand final (M2)

Winners

Astralis

There had been a certain excitement built around Astralis heading into the Marseille event. The Danes had been posting great online results, but unlike Space Soldiers, who were in a similar situation online-play wise, Astralis's core had already proven themselves as a title contending team offline in the past as well.

Everything fell into place right from the start for Astralis, who made it through the group stage by smashing the aforementioned Turkish team 16-2 on Inferno and later on defeating Liquid 2-1 in the group's winner's match—the Danes lost the opener on Mirage 16-14, but cruised to 16-3 victories on Overpass and Cache. Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander's team carried that form into the playoffs, where they managed to not drop a single map on their way to the title—and didn't look very challenged while doing so. It's also interesting to note that Astralis lost both the CT and T pistols in three playoff games, but still managed to recover and take the victory in every one of them, showing that, if needed, they can rely purely on their rifle rounds to win.

Astralis are back to winning ways with their first big title since IEM Katowice 2017

Considering the fairly one-sided results, it's not surprising to see four out of five Astralis players amongst the six best performing ones in Marseille, with Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen, the only one missing, still having a respectable 1.14 event rating. All of the standout players contributed in their own way: Emil "Magisk" Reif shined more during the groups than the playoffs, gla1ve had a great game in the grand final, while Nicolai "device" Reedtz and Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth respectively excelled at CT side AWPing and clutching, which is what we had already come to expect from them.

Astralis are now in a great position. They have a positive outlook after winning their first event in dominant fashion and, moving forward, will be challenged by teams that are mostly still in flux, unsure of how to use their new rosters. Meanwhile, gla1ve has already drilled his troops and built a solid map pool: they look untouchable on Overpass and Nuke, while their Mirage and Inferno, maps that almost everyone plays at the moment, also look very strong. We haven't got a good look at them on Cache and Train yet, but the fact that their permaban—Cobblestone—has been replaced by Dust2, only makes them scarier moving forward.

Natus Vincere

Even though, at a glance, it seems like Natus Vincere is standing in place after finishing second at both StarSeries i-League S4 and DreamHack Masters Marseille, they actually have been moving forward and have reasons for optimism after the tournament in France. Unlike at StarSeries, where Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev was practically pulling Natus Vincere across the line single-handedly, at DreamHack Masters he had consistent support in the form of Denis "electronic" Sharipov, who had finally been unleashed to "go get kills" and finished the tournament with an impressive 1.36 rating.

Looking at their overall stats, Egor "flamie" Vasilyev, Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko and Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev didn't shine that much but had series and maps in which they contributed enough to get Natus Vincere over the hurdle. In the end, Natus Vincere can't be criticized too much for the defeat to Astralis in the final; the Danes looked dominant throughout, and even though they weren't able to neutralize s1mple, the young Ukrainian's performance in the grand final was subdued in comparison to the level he had displayed in the previous stages of the tournament

Natus Vincere's LAN achievements with electronic are looking better and better

Natus Vincere's LAN run since adding electronic is nothing to sneeze at now. The Ukrainian team won DreamHack Open Winter, finished top four at the Major and second at two $250,000+ events. The only thing that has been holding them back in terms of ranking is a lack of offline appearances (caused by poor online performances), but that is about to change with IEM Sydney, the ESL Pro League Finals, the Adrenaline Cyber League, the CS:GO Asia Championship—and potentially even more—, awaiting s1mple and co. in just the next two months.

Gambit

The expectations for Gambit were pretty low as DreamHack Masters Marseille was about to kick-off, as their recent results had been all but impressive. Group stage exits at the Major, StarSeries i-League S4 and IEM Katowice were followed by a 5-6th finish at the eight-team Bets.net Masters, and during the struggling period, the in-game leader duties were passed around like a hot potato in hope for a magical solution.

Denis "seized" Kostin had taken over the mantle at Bets.net, but it seems like the Russian needed more time at the helm to make it work—as Gambit looked reinvigorated in France. The team went back to the basics and had Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev take over as the main star again, with Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov standing out in the fragging department as well, especially on Train. That map is potentially their best one at the moment, as they eliminated Liquid, Space Soldiers and Cloud9 on it, with strong CT sides being the foundation for their upsets.

Gambit had to settle for a top-four placing after going out to their regional rivals Natus Vincere in the semi-final, but they will surely be happy with what they accomplished in France and the seven-place bump in the rankings that accompanied it.

Losers

Space Soldiers

The Turkish squad has been on a tear online in 2018, qualifying for four LAN events in a row: DreamHack Masters Marseille, IEM Sydney, ESL Pro League S7 Finals and ESL One Belo Horizonte. Not only have they taken down lower ranked teams in qualifiers, but they have also at times outclassed opposition in ESL Pro League, becoming the first team to secure a LAN finals spot. Space Soldiers have added some decent LAN showings to their name this year as well, coming close to a Major playoff spot in January and finishing second at the WESG World Finals, taking fnatic to overtime on the deciding map.

Space Soldiers' run in France was shorter than expected

Combining the two made Space Soldiers an exciting prospect in Marseille, but Engin "MAJ3R" Küpeli's team failed to live up to the expectations and crashed out with two straightforward losses. They started the tournament against Astralis and lost 16-2, and were eliminated by a 16-7 defeat to team that had been struggling heavily up to that point, Gambit. Over the two games, Space Soldiers couldn't get their offensive side to work, grabbing just two Terrorist rounds in the first and one Terrorist round in the second game.

The small sample size doesn't allow us to draw big conclusions about the team's issues, but with a poor start to their LAN campaign and one of their best maps, Cobblestone, being removed from the map pool, Space Soldiers will need to pick up the pace soon or they will have a rough couple of months ahead.

G2

French fans' thirst for some good domestic Counter-Strike was left unquenched after seeing G2's debut with Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt as the in-game-leader and a foreigner, Oscar "mixwell" Cañellas, coming into the fold. Their strong 10-5 CT half against Cloud9 gave some hope, but G2 would end up dropping the opening map of the tournament in overtime, after failing to capitalize on six map points.

Even though domestic rivalries are always volatile and upsets are likely to happen, the fact that they were eliminated in the next match by Envy—and in very dominant fashion—is still a valid cause for concern about the future of the current G2 project. The issues seem to be underwhelming T-sides, which in most cases fall on the back of the in-game-leader, and a newcomer who has not gelled with the team so far—mixwell finished the tournament with the lowest rating of the squad, 0.79.

mixwell has not found his footing in G2 yet

Time could be the solution for G2; with more experience NBK- could evolve as an in-game leader and mixwell could adapt to the calls and to playing the French style of CS, but with Richard "shox" Papillon's return looming in the background and a new team cooking up, it feels like a lot of time before posting results is one thing that this team doesn't have.

SK

Making a drastic change such as switching the language of communication will always come with its issues, so seeing SK not make it out of a pretty tough group that also featured NiP and mousesports should not be considered a big failure. However, the legacy Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, Marcelo "coldzera" David and Fernando "fer" Alvarenga have built comes with the expectations of big results, despite any hardships they may encounter.

SK once again left the tournament early

In Marseille, Ricardo "boltz" Prass's individual struggles continued, while fer also had an underwhelming tournament by his standards, potentially as he is adapting to Jake "Stewie2K" Yip taking some of his positions. However, considering SK as a team, the biggest warning sign was the decider series against mousesports, in which SK looked absolutely flat and got rolled 13-2 in the first halves of both Cache and Mirage. The Brazilian side won't have a lot of time to fix their issues before IEM Sydney, but the lower level of competition down under will allow them more leeway and time to get into the groove of things on LAN.

FaZe

Finn "karrigan" Andersen's team find themselves in a position very similar to that of SK. After vying for the #1 spot over the majority of last year and claiming multiple titles along the way, they started dipping in form in the first part of the 2018 and then found themselves attending DreamHack Masters Marseille shortly after a player change.

karrigan has to change the approach, now that he has Xizt in the team

FaZe, unlike SK, made it to the playoffs, but their path was an easier one as they only had to beat Envy twice to advance. FaZe also didn't have a massive change to adapt to, at least not as massive as that of SK, but Richard "Xizt" Landström's addition has still changed the team's dynamic significantly. They are no longer a heavy firepower team, but one with a more standard look with two players acting as the supporting cast to the star trio. Nikola "NiKo" Kovač and Håvard "rain" Nygaard had good tournaments overall, Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács was just average, but the Bosnian star was completely missing (0.57 rating) in the quarter-finals, which allowed Astralis to outclass them and secure a convincing 2-0 win.

With their most recent placings, 3rd-4th at V4 Future Sports Festival and 5th-8th in Marseille, FaZe are no longer just a team that can't close out championships, but one that are not even getting in position to do so. Teams such as Cloud9, fnatic, Astralis and Natus Vincere have all gotten series wins over FaZe in the past few months, and all of them will be present in Sydney next week, which will make it tough for rain and co. to get back to winning ways anytime soon.

Brazil Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.19
Maps played:
1086
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.12
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
Slovakia Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Age:
28
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1450
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.11
Denmark Emil 'Magisk' Reif
Emil 'Magisk' Reif
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
981
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.15
France Richard 'shox' Papillon
Richard 'shox' Papillon
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
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
Russia Denis 'seized' Kostin
Denis 'seized' Kostin
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1224
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.15
Turkey Engin 'MAJ3R' Küpeli
Engin 'MAJ3R' Küpeli
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.95
Maps played:
725
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Russia Denis 'electronic' Sharipov
Denis 'electronic' Sharipov
Age:
21
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
807
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.14
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
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1141
KPR:
0.81
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
United States Jake 'Stewie2K' Yip
Jake 'Stewie2K' Yip
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1108
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
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
Ukraine Ioann 'Edward' Sukhariev
Ioann 'Edward' Sukhariev
Age:
31
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1414
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Ukraine Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1400
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
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
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
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
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
Spain Oscar 'mixwell' Cañellas
Oscar 'mixwell' Cañellas
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
836
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.13
Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1549
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.17
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
Denmark Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1246
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.17
Norway Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
1172
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.15
Brazil Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
955
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.17
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
nip only winner
2018-04-24 21:03
#39
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Slovakia AdorrioN 
0/8
2018-04-24 21:29
#45
ELMO | 
Sweden herb 
+1
2018-04-24 21:45
#47
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Czech Republic thezipp3r_ 
0/8
2018-04-24 21:47
+1
2018-04-25 02:37
#83
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Sweden New@ac@low@id 
+1
2018-04-25 07:24
0/8
2018-04-25 07:42
#85
Thailand fsjp 
On par tbh
2018-04-25 08:49
#86
 | 
Ukraine f0remangod 
+1
2018-04-25 08:50
#93
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Denmark U w0t m8? 
Kek
2018-04-25 11:12
0/8
2018-04-25 14:40
#5
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Faroe Islands Jones123 
Winners - Astralis Losers - everyone else
2018-04-24 21:05
200IQ Thoughts
2018-04-24 21:10
DUH!
2018-04-24 21:14
#32
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Russia RoneEZ 
Winners- Astralis and S1mple
2018-04-24 21:21
Only Astralis S1mple is like Messi in World Cup xD
2018-04-24 21:26
s1mple is the player who can win match solo
2018-04-24 21:42
#75
jOELZ | 
CIS kuuler 
that's why he didn't won
2018-04-25 02:46
#94
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Denmark U w0t m8? 
But not against Astralis apperently
2018-04-25 11:13
plz dont compare the best football player in the world to a toxic pro cs player like s1mple
2018-04-24 22:05
#63
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United States hleev4 
good joke m8
2018-04-24 23:59
True though, comparing a world class athlete to a video game player LOL
2018-04-25 16:21
#100
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United States hleev4 
I mean it's honestly pretty similar
2018-04-25 19:02
#67
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United States MrFornino 
simple is very mature when it matter, he is rude for fun, he doesn't mean it.
2018-04-25 01:04
#71
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Argentina Kesusmeister 
Internet Explorer confirmed
2018-04-25 01:42
#77
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Canada SummerClassic 
There's a difference between being toxic and critical.
2018-04-25 04:32
#78
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United States Sillychubs 
+1
2018-04-25 04:49
Mohamed salah you mean! Who is messi?
2018-04-25 06:39
BOI
2018-04-25 10:52
#43
NiKo | 
France Dealotts 
Albert Einstein? Is u?!?!
2018-04-24 21:38
#82
 | 
Denmark silfize 
lul
2018-04-25 06:52
+1
2018-04-24 21:52
#6
 | 
United States noobhead 
gg ez
2018-04-24 21:03
#7
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Turkey oguzhan83 
Astralis rekt every team
2018-04-24 21:04
Astralis the one and only winner #tothestars
2018-04-24 21:03
#9
 | 
Brazil FuRiouSzZ 
Winners: Astralis + s1mple Losers: All the rest
2018-04-24 21:03
true
2018-04-24 21:05
#18
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Malaysia byaIi 
lol
2018-04-24 21:06
#19
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Brazil FuRiouSzZ 
isn't it true?
2018-04-24 21:07
#27
mimi | 
Brazil mtnGOD 
Simple isnt a winner and hardly will be, with navi
2018-04-24 21:17
#28
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Brazil FuRiouSzZ 
s1mple won the MVP award Astralis won the tournament both won something they are both winners everyone else are losers, it's as s1mple as that ;)
2018-04-24 21:19
Actually gla1ve won the MVP... Then hltv decided to make up their own and give it to s1mple :)
2018-04-25 00:00
There is surely more than just a 'make up their own' with regard to s1mple's MVP, hltv.org/news/23386/s1mple-claims-dh-mar..
2018-04-25 01:20
Quote from the article you linked: ", and the Astralis trio of Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander - who was the MVP of the tournament by DreamHack". So if you watch the dreamhack stream of the event you'll actually see in the post final interview that gla1ve was congratulated as the winner of the MVP... So... That beg the question of who "awarded" s1mple the MVP referenced in the article you linked... Because it was definatly not awarded the the tournament itself :) It actually states that the MVP in that article was awarded by HLTV.org, so when I say you invented your own... thats pretty much spot on :)
2018-04-25 11:04
As said, there is no 'invention' at all. s1mple's MVP on behalf of HLTV.org is based on the criteria outlined in the article I linked to; therefore it is quite the opposite of 'making up their own', especially as a result of DH's MVP, as you stated in your previous comment.
2018-04-25 21:53
#10
cajunb | 
CIS spk13 
#ToTheStars
2018-04-24 21:04
#11
BnTeT | 
Indonesia BabyREKT 
NAVI LUL
2018-04-24 21:04
Winners: Astralis Losers: Navi /close
2018-04-24 21:04
#14
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Croatia Luka2510 
Ss online cheaters
2018-04-24 21:04
Shouldnt it just be astralis as the winner while the rest are just the losers? :p
2018-04-24 21:05
#35
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Germany sommares 
u can still win while loosing
2018-04-24 21:22
buy Astralis, win lakeside villa
2018-04-24 21:06
#20
NiKo | 
India Sishir 
Astralis were legit too good
2018-04-24 21:08
They played true CS
2018-04-24 21:13
#34
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Germany sommares 
that was true fasion
2018-04-24 21:22
Indeed
2018-04-24 21:22
#81
 | 
El Salvador overhaul 
+1
2018-04-25 06:43
#22
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Czech Republic Rewask 
NiP is not a winner? Wut?
2018-04-24 21:11
Mousesports - Valiance was a pretty interesting game.
2018-04-24 21:14
Best maps Playoffs and not mentioning NiP - fnatic on train
2018-04-24 21:19
#31
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Finland Smoonah 
Losers: Faze lul G2 lul SS lul SK lul
2018-04-24 21:20
#33
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Germany sommares 
gg astralis
2018-04-24 21:22
#38
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Denmark potatomato 
Great experience for Space Soldiers
2018-04-24 21:28
#52
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Vietnam FAKTARES 
getting raped shouldn't be a nice experience
2018-04-24 22:10
#56
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Slovakia AdorrioN 
lmaooo xD
2018-04-24 22:39
gyazo.com/e4b02433247f7b385b9440d6c57f5c.. you should hide the scores here and let us move the cursor across it if we want to get spoiled.
2018-04-24 21:35
#54
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Denmark Xipingu 
0.57 rating. NiKo ffs lmao
2018-04-24 22:34
#57
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Turkey srtn16 
dreamhack is wronk SS is stronk
2018-04-24 22:50
How g2 are losers? It was obvious they will suck a big baguette
2018-04-24 23:39
i dont think xizt was playing badly at this event. faze just looks like a mess right now.
2018-04-24 23:47
I love how for SK you write ''....won't have a lot of time to fix their issues before IEM Sydney, but the lower level of competition down under will allow them more leeway and time to get into the groove of things on LAN.'' And yet for FAZE you proclaim, that '' ...all of them will be present in Sydney next week, which will make it tough for rain and co. to get back to winning ways anytime soon.'' So do I understand this right, they are both attending different tournaments? ^^ Ps.: If you ever look to hire an extra editor, I am available for 10-20 hours a week :)
2018-04-25 00:13
At FaZe, the winning ways refers to winning tournaments, which ties into the sentence before that: "FaZe are no longer just a team that can't close out championships, but one that are not even getting in position to do so" In the SK part, the lower level of competition and getting into the groove obviously refers to playing a bunch of LAN matches, which will help improve the team chemistry/communication after the big change. Winning games and winning tournaments, two very different things.
2018-04-25 01:37
#66
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France Deadfish 
NBK and mixwell ruined french scene
2018-04-25 00:16
more like the stupidity of french cs players ruined french scene
2018-04-25 09:54
Winners: AST & NaVi Losers: Everyone else. Nah, this is a good article. GJ mate.
2018-04-25 01:40
No need to be mad because Gambit placed top 3, you definately didnt read the artical if you dont see them as winners to a certain extend. Progress is there, that was the point, unlike other teams who are in a decline streak aside from may be space soldiers who placed well prior to this event. Have a good day.
2018-04-25 02:14
I didn't cared for the tournament tbh, plus, as you may have not noticed, I was joking when I claimed that only the finalists won something.
2018-04-25 11:38
#74
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North America lexluger008 
Kinda glad faze was taken down just a notch but then again GODLOF>BOTXIST
2018-04-25 02:43
#76
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Brazil Collee 
Na'Vi are losers. Nothing against them, but it's more clear than ever they'll never win back to back tournaments, even with the best individual performance CS:GO has ever seen on their side. They'll win one tournament each 4 months maybe, if lucky
2018-04-25 02:59
Winner : Astralis Loser : other teams
2018-04-25 05:11
Astralis is so strong in this tournament.
2018-04-25 10:04
#89
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Turkey xAiakos 
EZ 4 LOSERS
2018-04-25 10:36
#98
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Czech Republic NtonyYoYoYo 
Turkish run in France omegalul haha
2018-04-25 16:59
#99
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Czech Republic NtonyYoYoYo 
Space Soldiers' run in France was shorter than expected
2018-04-25 17:00
#102
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Australia not_prokda 
where is Fnatic :/ kk idc
2018-04-26 21:12
Good read.
2018-04-28 00:30
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