FACEIT Major: the EVPs

We took a look back and went through the numbers to present our nine Exceptionally Valuable Players (EVPs) of the FACEIT Major, which ended with Astralis lifting the trophy.

The British event of the year came to a close on Sunday with red-hot favourites picking up their second Major title at a packed SSE Arena after defeating Natus Vincere in a quick two-map series.

Nicolai "device" Reedtz was rewarded for his heroics with the Most Valuable Player (MVP) honour, extending his medal count of the year to three. The Danish AWPer averaged a 1.26 rating over the New Legends and the Champions stages - the highest in Astralis -, and he was also at the forefront in his team in terms of impact in round wins.

electronic at the front of the queue in terms of the Major EVPs

Looking at the other players who stood out, Astralis are the most represented side, with four picks, followed by Natus Vincere, who provide three players, while the losing semi-finalists, MIBR and Liquid, have one player apiece. The full list looks as follows:

HLTV.org's EVP picks (by order):

Russia Denis "electronic" Sharipov
Ukraine Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev
Denmark Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen
Denmark Emil "Magisk" Reif
Denmark Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth
Russia Egor "flamie" Vasilyev
Denmark Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander
Brazil Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo
Canada Keith "NAF" Markovic

Leading the list of EVPs is Russian prodigy Denis "electronic" Sharipov, who garners his fifth EVP nod of the year after inspiring Natus Vincere to a runner-up finish in London with a 1.36 tournament rating - his joint-highest at a Big Event, equal with DreamHack Masters Marseille, where he had lost the MVP award to teammate Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev.

This time around, however, electronic was the bigger star for Na`Vi, not only in the New Legends Stage (1.44 rating), but also in the playoffs (1.30), in which he was the top performer overall, despite the fact that the one-sided grand final skewed his average a bit.

electronic did not hit the same peaks as s1mple, who had two more maps with ratings over 1.30 than his teammate, but the Russian youngster was far more consistent, ending nine out of ten maps with ratings higher than 1.15 (s1mple had just seven).

The 20-year-old ended the tournament with the highest ADR (89.0), Impact rating (1.51) and KDD (+63), while he was tied with Owen "smooya" Butterfield for the highest kills per round ratio (0.86) and was the second-best at opening up rounds, averaging 0.15 opening duels per round.

s1mple gets his first EVP mention of the year (after four MVPs at Big Events and one at the CS:GO Asia Championships) for his important role in Na`Vi's runner-up finish in Major, where he averaged a 1.34 rating, his fourth best of the year, after DreamHack Masters Marseille (1.52), StarSeries i-League Season 5 (1.40) and ESL One Cologne (1.37).

The Ukrainian talent led the way for his team in the Swiss stage matches against Astralis and FaZe, while in the playoffs he was Na`Vi's top performer against MIBR after being tied with Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev at the top of the scoreboard against BIG. However, he was on the fringes of the action in the title decider against Astralis, with a 0.81 rating, which ended up bringing his playoff rating down to 1.28 - still the second-highest overall.

s1mple had the highest rating among Na`Vi's players in terms of map wins that led to victories (1.51), which highlights his importance in the team's road to the final. He also had the highest KAST in the team (81.6%) and the most clutches won (five), and was four times picked as the Player of the Map (PotM) - three more than electronic.

In terms of the event's leaderboards, s1mple featured in eight different categories, leading in KAST and also in terms of opening success rate (73.9%).

Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen earns his fourth EVP nod of the year (on top of an MVP medal) after being a solid contributor in Astralis' title-winning campaign, especially in the playoffs, in which he was the team's top performer, with an average 1.25 rating.

He put in just one map with a below-average rating, in Astralis' 16-12 victory against FaZe on Inferno, but still finished that series as the team's second-best player thanks to his 30-bomb on Mirage. He gave a great account of himself in the next two matches, especially in the final against Natus Vincere, which he finished with a 1.27 rating.

The ESL Pro League Season 7 MVP was ranked third overall in terms of KAST (77.8%) and in opening duel success (70.2%), while he was Astralis' second-best clutcher, with five 1vsX situations won.

Emil "Magisk" Reif continues to show why he is one of the best signings of the year as he picked up his sixth EVP mention since joining Astralis. His 1.25 tournament rating in London was his third best of the year at a Big Event and ranked him second in the team, only behind device.

The 23-year-old began the tournament on a high note, with team-leading performances against Na`Vi (1.32 rating) and Vega Squadron (2.08). However, he then had to endure a trough as he was in the red against Liquid - his only under-1.00 rating map in London -, while he barely got in on the action against MIBR, picking up just seven frags in the 16-0 demolition of the Brazilians. He remained a solid contributor in the playoffs, peaking in the 2-0 victory against Liquid, a series he ended with an impressive 1.42 rating.

Magisk had a team-high impact rating (1.38) and ADR (83.9), and he cemented his position as a vital cog in Astralis' machine with tournament highs of 53 assists, 0,17 opening kills per round and 25% of support rounds.

Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth makes the cut mainly due to his performances in the playoffs, having been Astralis' worst player in the New Legends Stage (1.06 rating). When the tournament hit the knockout stages, he stepped up to the plate, especially in the last two series, averaging a 1.44 rating against Liquid and a 1.24 rating against Na`Vi.

Despite some shortcomings, Xyp9x still ended the tournament with the second-highest KAST (80.6%) and percentage of support rounds (24.6%), while his six clutches won ranked him third in London, together with Vladyslav "bondik" Nechyporchuk.

Egor "flamie" Vasilyev is the third Natus Vincere to get an EVP mention (his fourth of the year) from the FACEIT Major after averaging a 1.18 rating in the British capital. He stood out in the New Legends Stage in particular, in which he put up a 1.28 rating after impressing against the Swedes of NiP (1.79) and fnatic (1.40).

Once the tournament hit the Champions Stage, however, flamie dropped off a bit, averaging a 1.11 rating - a far cry from the team's star duo and also from veteran Edward, who impressed in the best-of-three series.

The Russian talent, who had two PotM picks, one more than electronic and two fewer than s1mple, was one of the best players of the tournament on the Terrorist side with an average 1.34 rating (his rating on the CT side, by contrast, was a mere 1.05). He also featured in the stats leaderboards as one of the hardest players to kill, with 0.57 deaths per round.

Astralis's in-game leader has also made the list of EVPs, proving that the Danes' triumph in London was very much a team effort. Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander made his impact known in six of his team's nine map wins during the FACEIT Major, with three PotM awards (second most in Astralis) and three map EVP mentions.

That includes four maps in the playoffs; one against each of FaZe and Liquid and two in the grand final against Natus Vincere, in which the 23-year-old was the best player with a 1.35 rating and a 1.40 impact rating over the course of the convincing series.

Walking down the path to becoming an elite team again, MIBR made the semi-finals at the FACEIT Major, and the AWPer played a big part in his team's successes in London.

Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo was MIBR's best player in their six map wins with a 1.39 rating, earning PotM picks in the group stage triumphs against mousesports, G2, and on the deciding map against NiP, as well as on the second map of their quarter-final affair against Complexity.

Aside from being one of the hardest players to kill (0.57 deaths per round) while also having great success in opening duels (68% win rate with an above-average 0.13 opening kills per round), the in-game leader particularly stood out in flash assists as the best player of the event in that regard, with 0.15 flash assists per round.

The only Liquid player to make the list is Keith "NAF" Markovic, who was the North American side's highest-rated player (1.24) as well as the highest-rated in their five map wins (1.38).

The Canadian put in a great performance in Liquid's journey to a 3-0 record in the group stage, especially as the Player of the Map in the lineup's first ever victory against Astralis in the overtime match in round three. He continued that trend in the quarter-final series against HellRaisers, in which he was by far the highest-rated player (1.39).

NAF appeared in several leaderboards of the FACEIT Major, most notably in dealing damage (87.4 ADR, fifth most), assists per round (0.19, fifth most), and KAST (76.7%, fourth most).

United Kingdom Owen 'smooya' Butterfield
Owen 'smooya' Butterfield
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
458
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.10
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
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
Ukraine Vladyslav 'bondik' Nechyporchuk
Vladyslav 'bondik' Nechyporchuk
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1180
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.65
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
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
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:
1158
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 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
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
MIBR LUL
2018-09-29 00:05
#6
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United States ShawnM 
Lol mibr sucks Liquid top2
2018-09-29 00:06
#38
smooya | 
Austria shaakeh 
evxpected
2018-09-29 00:28
#85
 | 
Argentina [Darkaren] 
FalleN getting an EVP over Olofmeister is just retarded. The guy got 16-0'd ffs.
2018-09-29 01:55
faze player lul
2018-09-29 04:14
FaZe was the closest to beat Asstralis btw
2018-09-29 06:20
#120
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United States Trump2020KAG 
Liquid beat them once so how did faze get the closest
2018-09-29 06:42
FaZe did put up the most resistance in the bo3's.. Also the best game of the playoffs to watch imo 😊
2018-09-29 08:18
#151
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United States Trump2020KAG 
a W is a W a L is a L
2018-09-29 13:21
a choke is a choke ;pp
2018-10-02 16:36
In a BO1 but not in a BO3...
2018-09-29 08:45
Winning 1 map against Astralis > 2 close map against Astralis
2018-09-29 09:25
hltv.org/matches/2326426/liquid-vs-astra.. Losing 2 close maps against Astralis >>> losing 2 close-to-complete-blow-outs against Astralis Also, the Liquid victory was 19-15. They got a win in overtime; it was more or less a complete fluke. They just had a better day.
2018-09-29 11:23
Winning 1 map against Astralis > 2 close map against Astralis
2018-09-29 14:20
#170
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Denmark Xipingu 
Delusional fucking retard clan fans. NiP and Liquid won vs Astralis, FaZe didn’t win shit against Astralis. So Liquid and NiP in this tourney > FaZe in terms of vs’s against Astralis. 2 kangaroos isn’t going to be more than 4 kangaroos because of a shit delusional opinion, gtfo
2018-10-07 14:18
#152
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United States Trump2020KAG 
a W is a W a L is a L
2018-09-29 13:21
#161
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Denmark smizereens 
gg
2018-10-01 08:14
Yeah he did better. And they got so much more momentum after going 0-2. If it not astralis. They will go much futher in the major.
2018-09-30 03:14
#160
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Argentina [Darkaren] 
They would've gone through pretty much everyone other than Na'Vi or Astralis there. I mean, Liquid looked much weaker during the major than they did in NY.
2018-09-30 03:54
MIBR NOOB LUL
2018-09-29 00:05
+1 LOL
2018-09-29 00:06
turkish cs OMEGALUL
2018-09-29 00:20
+1 OMEGALUL
2018-09-29 00:22
Don't Worry you guys have goatstyle
2018-09-29 09:02
STFU THEY GOT GOATSTYLE
2018-09-29 09:02
M16R
2018-09-29 00:05
c0-16zera xDD
2018-09-29 00:06
bra71l
2018-09-29 00:23
#158
fnx | 
Brazil Gus^^ 
2 best in the world Don't cry Ty
2018-09-29 23:11
no taco no best cry is free
2018-10-02 20:32
Olof?
2018-09-29 00:06
#8
 | 
United States Globebuster 
esl ny real major
2018-09-29 00:06
#100
 | 
United States hleev4 
-1
2018-09-29 03:10
#101
 | 
United States Globebuster 
no you -1
2018-09-29 03:10
#104
 | 
United States hleev4 
The esl has no teams in it other than liquid
2018-09-29 03:12
-1
2018-09-29 11:04
#10
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United Kingdom Fizzhaz 
Easy for s1mple not quite GOAT
2018-09-29 00:07
olofmeister ?????????????
2018-09-29 00:07
Fallen Over Olofmeister Somehow xD
2018-09-29 00:57
Expected from HLTV
2018-09-29 00:57
he was the 5th best player on Major by Ratings.
2018-09-29 00:58
I know
2018-09-29 00:58
it's really ridiculous :(
2018-10-02 14:23
#166
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South Africa nimmaJ 
Quarterfinalists dont get EVPs
2018-10-04 12:26
What about coldzera?
2018-09-29 00:07
he didn't make big things. Fallen played better than cold
2018-09-29 00:21
No taco
2018-09-29 07:17
#13
 | 
United States Sillychubs 
Astralis 2 strong
2018-09-29 00:07
#14
FalleN | 
Albania Nandeed 
DUPREEH REAL MVP
2018-09-29 00:07
#15
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United States EVER1 
Expected that NAF makes it. The best North American player.
2018-09-29 00:07
Yep, guaranteed top 10 this year due to how many evps he got + 1 mvp
2018-09-29 00:15
#26
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United States EVER1 
There’s a chance he is in the top 5. Just needs to keep up his performances.
2018-09-29 00:20
#97
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Poland Hell2k 
probably not s1mple device magisk electronic are already in top 5 i guess
2018-09-29 02:28
s1mple device dupreeh niko electronic are probably top 5
2018-09-29 09:24
#155
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Poland Hell2k 
ye niko can be also
2018-09-29 15:15
no way that he will be in top5
2018-09-29 10:39
#17
s1mple | 
Russia h3nqq 
omegalul. electronic the real mvp of this major
2018-09-29 00:07
ez
2018-09-29 00:07
I know that BIG sucked ass against NaVi and went out in the quarters but smooya was kicking ass for most of the major
2018-09-29 00:08
#22
 | 
United Kingdom Mumbles! 
Agreed, he deserved a EVP for his performances
2018-09-29 00:14
#117
oskar | 
Russia Ew0kk 
++++true
2018-09-29 06:13
Great performance from electronic
2018-09-29 00:08
#21
Liazz | 
Australia patrickb 
allo HLTV? no olofmeister? what doinK?
2018-09-29 00:12
#25
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Ukraine extezy10 
dupreeh real mvp
2018-09-29 00:16
No olof? Wtf? Sleepy sleepy. Bad list.
2018-09-29 00:23
#34
KRIMZ | 
Denmark slacking 
lmao where is olof???~ only reason faze got to playoffs
2018-09-29 00:25
#35
Rickeh | 
United Kingdom Johal 
No olof or smooya?
2018-09-29 00:25
#96
 | 
Poland Hell2k 
good in randoms BO1 bad at inportant game
2018-09-29 02:27
no olof? wtf is this this list
2018-09-29 00:27
#39
 | 
Malaysia byaIi 
hltv
2018-09-29 00:31
#42
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Turkey Holly_Holm 
woxic ???
2018-09-29 00:35
#46
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Brunei GucciLeIe 
Devve mega noob gla1ve and elec top1
2018-09-29 00:40
no issa ok, hltv rigged
2018-09-29 00:40
#48
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Pakistan MeMeMeisteR2 
no olof or niko lmao wtf
2018-09-29 00:41
#50
 | 
United States AproximateCS 
To be fair, they also ranked Mibr higher than FaZe on world rankings smh
2018-09-29 00:44
#105
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Denmark resolut 
Literally 2 points.
2018-09-29 03:36
#107
 | 
United States AproximateCS 
From beating complexity when FaZe had to play astralis :p
2018-09-29 04:05
#109
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Denmark resolut 
I'm just saying you're complaining over a measly two points. Besides, the ranking is an algorithm, regardless of whether that algorithm fully represents the situation of the teams, so implying that they purposely ranked mibr higher than faze is ignorant.
2018-09-29 04:09
#115
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United States AproximateCS 
the whole point is saying that hltv's rankings and evps don't matter that much or are super accurate....
2018-09-29 05:25
#116
 | 
Denmark resolut 
Well you could've used a better example to convey that sentiment. And also i highly doubt that that was your purpose when you clearly implied that the ranking is rigged.
2018-09-29 05:29
He didn't clearly imply the ranking is rigged. Are you retarded? He said "smh" and "From beating complexity when FaZe had to play astralis". You DO realize the "algorithm" you're so knowledgeable about (though apparently not) is supposed to account for the level of opposition you face? Literally the only thing he EXTREMELY clearly implied was that their "algorithm" is flawed; there wasn't even a hint of an implication of it being purposely rigged by someone.
2018-09-29 11:27
#145
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Denmark resolut 
'To be fair, they also ranked Mibr higher than FaZe on world rankings smh', the Subject (they) being hltv, active verb in 'ranked'. if the pronoun was referring to hltv ranking, I'd agree, but the pronoun is referring to HLTV (staff). SO yes, I saw it that way. I never said I'm fully knowledgeable about the algorithm used by them? It is supposed to account for the level of opposition, but decay also matters and TOURNAMENT placings matter, among other things, which you presumably don't know about. You, apparently, also don't know how the ranking works
2018-09-29 11:44
"the Subject (they) being hltv" ...yes, HLTV staff are the ones who have control over the site, edit it, and implement the algorithm. The implication does not change at all because of that. You're arbitrarily divorcing subjects that are more or less the same. Also, yes, I don't know about "TOURNAMENT placings". Tell me what are tournament placings, oh peanut brain debater making pointless, irrelevant jabs? What YOU don't realize, since your miniscule IQ has focused too much on becoming eloquent, as opposed to having any kind of actual intelligence, is that if you look into "ranking details" for both teams, you'll realize MiBR's rating is inflated by a bunch of garbage-tier complete shitfest events, such as the ZOTAC Cup, Moche XL Esports, Adrenaline Cyber League etc. Clearly you don't understand half of what the fuck you're defending, but I think the 'sentiment' that a team shouldn't be able to climb global rankings with shit-tier event wins (which have inflated and overblown impact in the HTLV rankings) is an easily-defensible position, and the one that most people mean to argue about when they say a ranking in the global ranking is "undeserved". It's as dumb as looking at all those damage and ADR charts and saying "XANTARES is by FAR the best player in the entire world", because he's blowing up opposition in the dumpster bin events that he attends often. Just in case you want to assemble another half-assed response, I'll just tell you right now that I am not making claims about what the HLTV ranking takes into account, and we don't disagree with how the ranking functions (or even how we THINK the ranking functions). The only issue is that rankings in general are kind of pointless and impossible to really aggregate when you have some teams climbing it by going to shit events that NONE of the other top teams are at. There is no algorithm to assign importance to events that are wholly unattached from the top end of the scene, but as the algorithm stands now, it clearly places a bit too much importance on them.
2018-09-29 12:09
#51
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Indonesia Konerd1 
twistzz?
2018-09-29 00:48
Fair ratings
2018-09-29 00:49
dupreeh or gla1ve deserves MVP but whatever
2018-09-29 00:52
Dupreeh !!!! So important he was for Astralis this major A lot of decisive plays Fak
2018-09-29 01:08
dude, dupreeh is for me best Astralis players this year
2018-09-29 12:57
+1
2018-09-29 16:09
#169
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Portugal 3buR 
+1
2018-10-06 11:00
#61
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Croatia Jack Russell 
Robbery
2018-09-29 00:59
#64
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
electronic ahead of s1mple hahahaha
2018-09-29 01:05
DEN GJ
2018-09-29 01:07
#66
mou | 
Turkey LANCELOT06 
WHERE IS HARDSTYLE ARE YOU KIDDING ????
2018-09-29 01:07
+1
2018-09-29 01:09
+2
2018-09-29 01:15
+3
2018-09-29 01:21
#75
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Germany Guenni_Wayne 
He is not in this EVP list because he is the true MVP
2018-09-29 01:23
#95
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Poland Hell2k 
and neo bad choices
2018-09-29 02:26
HARDSTYLE OR RIOT
2018-09-29 01:21
#76
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Germany Guenni_Wayne 
hardstyle doesen't deserve to be EVP. He is MVP
2018-09-29 01:24
no shoxie??!?!??! wow
2018-09-29 01:22
Lol shoxie didnt even make the playoffs, no evp deserved.
2018-09-29 01:52
#94
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Poland Hell2k 
xddd smooya and more>shox
2018-09-29 02:26
gla1ve also deserves an EVP imo. Might not have the best stats, but his overall impact on Astralis is one of their biggest strengts.
2018-09-29 01:29
#78
 | 
Paraguay HighAIching 
he did get an EVP?
2018-09-29 01:37
He got a evp tho?
2018-09-29 01:37
Oh, well....
2018-09-29 01:54
Oboy, I fucked up
2018-09-29 01:54
He deserves MVP then! Idk? Leave me alone! I don't like people xd
2018-09-29 01:56
Np buddy haha
2018-09-29 02:07
I might be high right now
2018-09-29 02:08
Danish reading education.
2018-09-29 11:28
You should be scared when every player on a team is an EVP of a major tournament..
2018-09-29 01:51
#82
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Switzerland Alpollo 
No ISSAA. Sure. He literally went into beast mode. Definitely better than some players on this list.
2018-09-29 01:54
#106
 | 
Denmark resolut 
EVP only mentions players in semi and finals in an 8 team playoffs IIRC. Which makes sense because playoffs ratings is valued higher than group stage ratings
2018-09-29 03:37
#87
Xyp9x | 
Portugal CRMN1 
I feel like Dupreeh was massively underestimated on these picks...
2018-09-29 02:02
#88
 | 
Brazil P4uloVisk 
ez4fallen
2018-09-29 02:05
#88
 | 
Brazil P4uloVisk 
ez4fallen
2018-09-29 02:05
#93
 | 
Poland Hell2k 
i cant see cold here lmao
2018-09-29 02:25
fallen deserves it.
2018-09-29 02:36
#99
ZywOo | 
Brazil Lucian1 
ISSAA Deserves more than some of these
2018-09-29 02:57
#108
 | 
Denmark resolut 
His playoffs rating was horrible.
2018-09-29 04:06
why is fallen above naf?
2018-09-29 03:10
becaise fallen >>>>>> NAF FLY
2018-09-29 04:24
naf played better than fallen clearly in all categories tho
2018-09-29 06:35
#111
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Philippines p0k1em0n 
glaive loos like gay lol
2018-09-29 04:21
+1
2018-09-29 04:24
And how the hell did NaVi lost to Gambit? 2 b03 in a row
2018-09-29 04:36
That's because flamie and electronic only had an average rating of around 1
2018-09-29 07:26
Dissapointed after final + credits to Gambit they play well
2018-09-29 08:03
1st and 2nd have 8 mvp&evps
2018-09-29 07:59
Where is twistz?
2018-09-29 08:02
#126
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Portugal lovessd 
where is coldzera the baiter & eco killer
2018-09-29 08:14
#128
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Czech Republic Vov1y 
electronic > s1mple POGCHAMP
2018-09-29 08:29
Twistzz?
2018-09-29 09:53
Olof? Twistzz?
2018-09-29 09:54
3 navi players cuz in final 4(5) astralis players cuz in final nice choice naf, fallen, respect
2018-09-29 09:55
Dupreeh should've been MVP, biggest robbery ever.
2018-09-29 10:52
#139
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Russia VeryChokeGuy 
Electronic > s1mple.
2018-09-29 10:57
#141
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Finland f0pZ 
Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo was MIBR's best player in their six map wins with a 1.39 rating, u mean: Gabriel "TwoFaced" Toledo was MIBR's best player in their six map wins with a 1.39 rating?
2018-09-29 11:07
No Olof???
2018-09-29 11:55
My man rocks!
2018-09-29 12:48
#150
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Estonia naityflatroo 
No olof n NiKo? Just rofl
2018-09-29 13:02
#153
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Poland OvniDlix 
ISSAA?
2018-09-29 13:22
#157
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United States SilveryoHD 
how was there only 1 liquid player
2018-09-29 21:59
olofmeister??? lmao biased much HLTV ?
2018-10-03 06:42
#167
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South Africa nimmaJ 
Quarterfinalists dont get EVPs because they didnt make a deep enough run in the tournament. EVPs are used to determine rankings and therefore you need to be making deep runs (top 4s) to get them to show that you had true impact in proving that your team was one of the best at the tournament.
2018-10-04 12:31
#168
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Turkey ozzy4128 
no hardstyle ???
2018-10-05 18:22
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