Top 20 players of 2018: dupreeh (5)

Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen breaks into the top 5 in the top 20 ranking, powered by EGB.com, for the first time in his career after an impactful year in which he put up some of the highest numbers on the CT sides while shining in his entry-fragging role on the offensive side.

Top 20 Players of 2018: Introduction

Like Nicolai "device" Reedtz and Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander, dupreeh is also a child of Counter-Strike: Source, the preferred version of the game among many Danes at the time, but it was with the advent of Global Offensive that the Danish entry-fragger started to make waves with 3DMAX in 2012, and in 2013 when he was picked up by Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen to join Copenhagen Wolves, a team device and Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth would also join to form the core of the team that is now the most dominant force in CS:GO, Astralis.

“When CS:S was nearing its end, a lot of players started 'giving up' on the game, since esports, in general, weren't that widespread and mostly without any salary, so a lot of the older players had to focus on their careers and that resulted in a natural change of scenery, where I was one of the younger guys and was given a chance to prove my worth.

“I started playing with 3DMAX during the end of CS:S and the beginning CS:GO, where I started to make a name for myself. The reigning CS:S champions had decided to step down, as they saw no future in CS:GO, but as it started to grow they came back and I was offered my first professional team when FeTiSh approached me to see if I would be interested in playing with him, 3k2, wantz, and cajunb.

“Time passed, and device had started to show interest in the game, too, so he was picked up shortly after. It wasn't until the end of the aforementioned lineup when we went and picked up Xyp9x from fnatic, when 3k2 and wantz decided to retire, and here we are, many years later, and we’re still going strong.”

It was in 2013 that dupreeh broke into the top 20 ranking for the first time, in 18th place, as he and his Copenhagen Wolves started to make a name for themselves in the international circuit, eventually getting picked up by Dignitas in 2014. That year, dupreeh and the rest of his teammates started to make it deeper and deeper into tournament brackets, but were famous for being unable to make it past the semi-finals despite having one of the most solid CT-sides in the game. Individually, dupreeh made his first small leap making it to the 16th place in the top 20, two places higher than the previous year.

dupreeh with device and Xyp9x during their time in dignitas

In 2015, under the TSM banner and with Finn "karrigan" Andersen as the in-game leader, the Danes were able to find success, going on to win five tournaments: the FACEIT Stage 1 and Stage 2 Finals, Fragbite Masters Season 4, and the CCS Kick-off Season Finals and its follow-up tournament, the PGL Season 1 Finals. TSM’s trophies and dupreeh’s impact in his team's victories gave him yet another boost in the rankings, as he climbed all the way to #12 in that year’s top 20.

“I honestly see both device and Xyp9x as two of my best friends. We’ve been through tons of things, we’ve had positive and negative days. We have experienced major wins and major losses, and we have shared some really great memories together, both in-game and outside of the server. I wouldn’t trade anything for the bond we’ve created! We have gotten closer with each other’s families and girlfriends, too, so it all starts to feel like one big secondary family, and I absolutely love it.”

Then came 2016, which would prove to be a tough one, as dupreeh and company would struggle to find victories under the new Astralis brand. During the second half of the year, karrigan was put on the bench after a 7th place finish at ESL One New York, and gla1ve was called on to be the team’s in-game leader. The Danes won their only trophy at the last event they attended that year, the ECS Season 2 Finals, in Anaheim, California, and dupreeh failed to make the top 20 ranking that year for the first time since his inclusion in 2013.

dupreeh won his first Major in 2017, the same year he broke into the top 10 in the player ranking

Astralis became Major winners after lifting the trophy at the ELEAGUE 2017 Major in Atlanta, but they wouldn’t be able to find the stability they are known for today, as they would taper off after a strong start to the year while the team played around with switching roles and figuring out their composition, as well as having to endure some tournaments with stand-ins due to health issues in the roster. Individually, dupreeh would go on to have his best year, however, as he made his first incursion into the top 10 of the top 20 ranking that year, in tenth place, with five EVP mentions.

“I think [Xyp9x, device, and I] have learned something from every single one of our IGLs, both good and bad things. I think it’s hard to point out what each individual did right and wrong in their respective period because the way the game is being played today is completely different from how it was played when FeTiSh was leading.

“I learned the professional basics from FeTiSh, that being communication and teamplay. From karrigan, I learned explosiveness and on-the-fly understanding of the game in pretty much every scenario, and from gla1ve, I’ve learned what a real leader is and how the perfect balance between well-drilled strategies combined with individual greatness can be a deadly combo.

“With FeTiSh we had a very loose default approach to the game, with a few good tactics. It worked out really well, especially as CTs. We had a really good idea how to approach the game. I believe we were to easily readable as T’s, however, but that could be a combination of many things.

“karrigan was brought in to lift our game and he surely managed to do so. We combined our great individual skill with some very explosive tactics and fast paced defaults, and we surely learned a lot during this period of time.

“Every single one of them has given something to the team’s core, but gla1ve and Magisk have proven to be the best addition we’ve done to this core. gla1ve has such a good understanding of the game, and such a calm personality, that he just brings exactly what this team needs. Combine that with him being the best fragging IGL and you have one hell of a machine.”

Denmarkdupreeh
2018 LAN tournament stats
TournamentEvent Team (place) Rating 2.0 (in team) ADR KPR DPR Impact KAST Award
EL Major 2018
(12-14th)
1.02 (1st, +14%) 74.6 0.67 0.74 1.15 67.0%
StarSeries S4
(5-8th)
1.23 (1st, +11%) 84.3 0.79 0.64 1.28 73.9%
IEM Katowice 2018
(3-4th)
1.03 (4th, -6%) 71.9 0.67 0.67 1.03 69.7%
DHM Marseille 2018
(1st)
1.14 (5th, -11%) 74.0 0.71 0.60 1.11 74.9%
IEM Sydney 2018
(2nd)
1.18 (3rd, -1%) 78.1 0.75 0.64 1.35 72.0% EVP
EPL S7 Finals
(1st)
1.31 (2nd, +4%) 88.7 0.81 0.61 1.38 75.7% MVP
ECS S5 Finals
(1st)
0.98 (5th, -14%) 70.0 0.62 0.69 0.95 70.4%
ESL One Cologne 2018
(3-4th)
1.26 (2nd, +6%) 80.5 0.83 0.60 1.34 73.6% EVP
EL Premier 2018
(1st)
1.16 (3rd, -2%) 78.5 0.68 0.63 1.08 77.4% EVP
DH Masters Stockholm
(2nd)
1.16 (3rd, 1%) 77.0 0.71 0.58 1.15 71.6%
FACEIT Major 2018
(1st)
1.24 (3rd, +2%) 80.8 0.75 0.59 1.24 77.8% EVP
BLAST Istanbul
(1st)
1.25 (3rd, 1%) 79.6 0.78 0.53 1.19 75.6% EVP
BLAST Copenhagen
(3rd)
0.95 (5th, -10%) 69.3 0.57 0.72 0.84 72.5%
IEM Chicago 2018
(1st)
1.15 (1st, +3%) 78.0 0.73 0.62 1.17 72.3% EVP
ECS S6 Finals
(1st)
1.10 (4th, -2%) 77.4 0.71 0.67 1.09 71.2% EVP
EPL S8 Finals
(1st)
1.12 (4th, -3%) 75.2 0.66 0.63 1.04 77.2%
BLAST Lisbon
(1st)
1.39 (1st, +17%) 92.6 0.90 0.59 1.47 78.2% EVP
5% above average
5%+ below average
Closer than 5% to average

The last piece of the puzzle was handed to Astralis on a silver platter in early 2018, eventhough they may not have known it at the time, as Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye left the team to join North following a dismal 12-14th place at the ELEAGUE Major in Boston. Emil "Magisk" Reif was brought on to fill the last spot on the roster as the Danes found themselves in one of the deepest pits they have ever been in following the Major group stage exit. The butchery that was the Boston Major affected dupreeh the least on the boards, though, as the temporary AWPer was able to maintain a positive team-high 1.02 rating.

“The atmosphere [in the team] was fine, I’d say. We had some struggles in terms of composition, as I was given a chance to AWP full-time with device playing a more rifle-lurker role. It was a big disappointment to go out of the group stage at the Major, it was the first time for the core. It was clear something had to change, but not players, just roles. I wanted to go back to entry fragging. I'm a very aggressive player, and it's just in my philosophy and understanding of the game to be aggressive. I wanted to hand the AWP back to device because I could see he didn't thrive the same way as he did when he was playing a hybrid of AWP and rifles.

“We had one problem, and that was, that Kjaerbye also wanted to entry and be the spearhead. At first we decided to split the role, so we both had the opportunity to entry and do aggressive plays, and I felt it could have worked, but he had others plans on his mind. At this time, I'm just happy it ended the way it did.

“It was was extremely bittersweet and I felt backstabbed by Kjaerbye, mainly because of the way he handled the change to North. It was a very weird time. We were short on time to prepare, short on time to find a replacement, and in general felt we lacked a player to fulfill the role we had unwillingly left open in the team.

“We had different candidates for the spot, but Magisk was the clear favourite, both play style and personality wise, but also because of the hunger he showed, it was something that was very inspiring and probably also something that lit the motivational fire in the rest of our team."

After the Major came the first event with the new lineup, StarSeries i-League Season 4, one of the most competitive tournaments of the year with a stacked roster and a best-of-three Swiss group stage. The Danes were unable to make a mark there, going out in the first round of the playoffs against the hometown heroes, Natus Vincere, but dupreeh started to show a glimpse of what was to come with a team-high 1.23 rating (1.28 impact rating) in Astralis's 13 maps played.

dupreeh showed up at Big Events like StarSeries i-League Season 4

The signs of recovery kept coming as Astralis were able to scale to higher heights during the following tournament, IEM Katowice. In Poland, the Danes were able to hit one more step towards the end goal of winning again, making it to the semi-finals. dupreeh had five out of six maps with a +1.00 rating during the group stage and a good showing in the upper bracket final against Liquid but a tough loss to FaZe brought dupreeh down to a 1.03 rating at the event, the lowest in the team. After Katowice came one of the most important events of the year for Astralis, as they would finally be able to lift a trophy. It happened at DreamHack Masters Marseille, where dupreeh failed to make the cut as an EVP despite his 1.14 rating. Astralis started to show their potential at that tournament, winning it out cleanly with a 5-0 record. dupreeh's aforementioned 1.14 rating was a very high floor, considering it was the lowest out of all of the team’s players.

“I felt we had something unique going our way, and we had figured out how everyone in the team could function as optimally as possible. I was partly worried at the beginning, but it was not something that I put too much energy into. Picking up a new player, how would that go? Going back to my roots of entry-fragging, how would that go? I didn’t know, I just took one day at a time, and had one mindset: improve.

“I’ve always seen my team as a contender for titles, we’ve just had our struggles, mentally. I wouldn’t play on a team that I didn’t believe could win titles, that would just be a waste of time for me. We’ve had talks within the team about our win in Marseille and we agreed that winning there was probably the most important thing of 2018, at least mentally. We had a long period struggling without any wins and we finally proved to ourselves that we could still win. It opened up the potential and helped us believe. People could say that a downside to the win could have been if it was a fluke, but luckily we proved everyone wrong.”

Following the big win in Marseille, which gave the team some much-needed confidence, came a second-place run at IEM Sydney, where FaZe were able to get the best of Astralis in the best-of-five grand final. The match went 3-0 for the European combine, but two maps were won in overtime and one in a 30-round affair. The tournament in Australia saw dupreeh post a 1.18 rating, the third best in his team, with an exceptional 1.30 impact rating across the 11 maps played in five matches.

“We had a lot of struggles with jetlag and energy in Sydney, we simply had a hard time to convert the timezones around, and it took a lot of our energy. I think we brought some of the frustration with us into the server. But then again, we lost to FaZe, who despite having a stand-in played a great event, and they deserved it. We still made top 2, which is hard enough nowadays with the amount of good teams there are.

“I said to the guys during our IEM Sydney debrief in the hotel room after the final that
‘I don't care if we lost, it doesn't matter. We made top 2, it happens, we can't win everything. The worst thing is if we let this bring us down. Forget about it, move on mentally. We are going to win in Dallas, I'm sure of it. The only reason we won't win in Dallas is if we don't allow ourselves to move on now.’ It Seems like it worked!”

The ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals were a particularly important moment in dupreeh’s career, as he was finally awarded a much sought-after MVP award after his team’s run to first place. The 25-year-old entry-fragger had a 1.31 rating (+55), 88.7 ADR, a 1.38 impact rating, and 10 out of 11 maps with a 1.00+ rating, making him incredibly reliable throughout the event. Astralis then chained another tournament victory at the ECS Season 5 Finals, although there dupreeh gave up the spotlight and hit one of his two lowest points of the year with a 0.98 rating across six maps

“It was a great... great relief, actually, haha! I don’t know why, but since I had never gotten an MVP award, I felt like I had something to prove to myself. I sometimes put a lot of pressure on myself in terms of wanting a lot of MVP medals, but I also have to accept that the race for MVP medals is extremely tough and that the margin of error is very slim. But it was good, it was really, really good.”

After the dip in performance at the ECS Season 5 Finals came ESL One Cologne, where dupreeh was able to shine once again with a 1.26 rating (1.24 impact), earning another EVP mention, although his team was unable to follow up on the two previous victories, going out in the semi-finals to the eventual champions, Natus Vincere, in a three map affair. Following the event in Cologne came the last tournament of the season, ELEAGUE Premier, at the Turner Studios in Atlanta, GA, where Astralis were able to seal a fourth win after beating the likes of mousesports and Liquid. Individually, dupreeh was third in his team with a 1.16 rating, which earned him a third EVP mention before the player break.

“Losing to Na`Vi in Cologne felt like losing to FaZe in Sydney. We played a team that simply played better than we did on that day, and they deserved it. Individually, I think we were a little off during Cologne, but as a team, we still functioned quite well. Our map pool at that point was still strong, but it could use a facelift in some situations and I think we realized what to improve after that loss.

"We always debrief after tournaments, discussing what was good and what was bad, what needs to be improved... That being said, we do it both when we win and when we lose. I think its an important dialogue to have, so everyone is on the same page. We knew we were close to having ‘an era’, but we decided not to put energy into it because that would just create too much pressure. We wanted to continue the same way we had up until this point."

dupreeh got the first MVP medal of his career at the ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals

“Currently, I think we have a great mental advantage over Liquid. I’m not saying they are weak mentally, but losing to the same opponent over and over again, and being so close multiple times, is just rough. I remember how it was back in the days, when we could NEVER beat NiP no matter how close we got. We would always stumble in the end, and it took years before we eventually got over the hump.

"Regarding play styles, we are very similar to Liquid. I think we approach the game and the way the game should be played very much the same, so I think both parties understand how to play against each other, we just have a few advantages here and there, and I think that is what has made us so dominant when you look at this specific matchup. All respect to the guys from Liquid, they are great bunch of skilled and talented guys.”

The second half of the year saw Astralis have one of the most dominant seasons in the game’s history, as they went on a tear winning several events. The first one, however, was a stone in the road for dupreeh and his team, as they went on to lose against local rivals North in the DreamHack Masters Stockholm final. At the event in Sweden, dupreeh posted another 1.16 rating, the third best in his team, and managed to win 5 1vsX situation, something out of the ordinary for the entry-fragger. He would go on to win the same amount of clutches at the FACEIT Major, a tournament the Danes won without breaking a sweat, sweeping all opposition in the playoffs on their way to winning the million dollar event. dupreeh was named a Major EVP in London thanks to his 1.24 rating and 1.24 impact rating during his team’s 10-map run.

“The rivalry against North is strong and I think we wanted to prove, a little too much, that they were no match for us. I think we wanted to win too much. They had a super good tournament and clearly deserved to win. They had prepared really well and had a good understanding of how to approach us. I think when you end up in these type of derby matchups everyone puts in a bit of extra energy to beat the opponent—this time around, they just did a better job than us! However, Stockholm wasn’t an event we ‘wanted’ to win, as it was mainly a practice tournament going into the Major. We always want to win, that's always the goal, but we ended up not winning, so we accepted the fact that the main purpose was to practice for the Major. That way, despite the very disappointing loss, we quickly overcame and started to debrief and prepare for the major coming up right after.

“I was confident throughout the entire Major. We could beat everyone and when we played our best CS I don’t think anyone, at least at that given time, was remotely close to us. When we hit our shots as individuals and made good decisions, combined with our great team play, we could pretty much take on any player and any team. We had surely done our preparations for every single game. We used every possible tactic we had saved for this specific tournament and we stayed focused throughout it all until we lifted that trophy. Hands down, it is the best tournament we have ever played.”

dupreeh & co. were unstoppable at the FACEIT Major in London

Following the impressive Major run, Astralis got another victory, this time at the more casual BLAST Pro Series Istanbul, where dupreeh picked up yet another EVP mention thanks to a 1.25 rating across seven maps. Another BLAST Pro Series event followed the one in Istanbul, but this time it would end as a complete downer for dupreeh. A stone’s throw from his home, at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, he posted his worst numbers of the year, a 0.95 rating. He also had his only event below 70 ADR, with 69.3, and a year-low 0.83 impact. The 25-year-old only managed one map over 1.00 rating, against FaZe, in his team’s 3rd place finish.

“Lots of things went wrong [in Copenhagen], at least for me, personally. Let's start with the pressure-talk. I literally live a few hundred meters away from the arena. I can stand in my bedroom and look at the arena. I couldn’t wait to play in front of my family, my friends, and Denmark. Every time I walked outside my door, people would call me out and tell me how much they were looking forward to watching us play in the arena, even 2 months before the event. CS was literally everywhere in my life all of a sudden, and it just got to be too much.

“Combine that with my own expectations, that last year I had probably my best tournament ever there, so I probably expected myself to do even better, and when I realized I couldn’t perform the same way I did before, I couldn’t reset. I couldn’t find rest and it ended in the worst possible way. It was the most disappointing moment in my career, but also for me personally. I felt like I had given up, and that I had let everyone in the team down. It was rough.

“I had spent too much time on socials and being online, so I went to Chicago without using my phone for a few days, and I just allowed myself to relax. This was the first time I really felt my stressful job limiting me and making me feel bad. I had issues with my stomach and briefly started on medication, so I was very worried it could lead to something worse. I really tried to zone out and do things that could help me relax. Luckily, I know myself pretty well and I moved on fairly quickly.”

BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen was dupreeh's worst moment of 2018

After the disappointing results in Copenhagen, Astralis picked themselves up, dusted themselves off, and went on to win the year out, starting with an event on North American soil: IEM Chicago. The tournament in the Windy City saw the Danes pick right back up where they had left off, and dupreeh went on to get another EVP mention after getting a 1.15 rating—tied for #1 in the team with device. The Danes lost to FaZe in the group stage, but they were able to redirect the ship with victories over mousesports, fnatic, and finally over Liquid.

“Winning in Chicago was extremely important for me, but also for the team. After the disappointment in Copenhagen, it felt nice to redeem ourselves. Winning the nail biter against fnatic is a standout moment of 2018. It showed every aspect of Astralis. I’m very proud of that specific series.

“We didn’t change anything specific after Copenhagen, apart from relaxing a bit more as individuals. We needed a bit of time to swallow the disappointment, but we had some great talks about it, which proved instrumental in our last stretch of the season.”

Moving along, Astralis were able to convert online dominance into LAN dominance at the second event in a row on American soil, the ECS Season 6 Finals in Arlington, TX, where dupreeh was once again awarded an EVP mention after a performance that saw him end the tournament with a 1.10 rating. Following the event in Texas, the team flew home for another event on Danish soil, in Odense, the ESL Pro League Season 8 Finals. The tournament in Denmark was Astralis's chance to make history by becoming the first team to win the Intel Grand Slam. And they did, after crushing all opposition as they went 5-0, beating Liquid once again in the grand final. Individually, dupreeh didn't have his most impactful event of the year, but he had a solid 1.12 rating and played his part in his team’s victory.

“Winning in Odense, and winning the first Grand Slam ever, was more than just winning. We proved we could win on home soil, as people started to doubt we could perform when the pressure is at its highest. Being the first Intel Grand Slam champions was something very unique, as no one else has achieved it. It’s like winning the first Major ever. It was the ‘last thing’ that currently exists that we hadn’t achieved, and we wanted to be the first team to achieve it—so we did. I won it in front of my family and my friends. It meant the world to me. “

To close out the year came BLAST Pro Series Lisbon, a perfect bookend to round out the number of tournament wins for Astralis, 10, hitting double digits before going into the winter break. In Lisbon, dupreeh was named EVP for the eighth and final time, although statistically, he had his best event of the year, hitting a 1.39 rating (+59) with a 1.47 impact rating and an incredible 92.6 ADR across eight maps.

“We had a brief talk about the event before we left Denmark, and said that it would feel incredibly awesome to win the last event of the year, and afterward have a long holiday, so we really fought hard to win it. We wanted that double-digit trophy year more than ever. I didn’t do anything different from what I usually do, apart from relaxing more after the games.

“I think I've figured out that I need to allow myself to rest after the games instead of playing and playing and playing. Read a book, watch a movie, take a long bath, collect my thoughts and mentally prepare for the next challenge... I think that was probably a key factor and something I discovered in late 2018, so I have a good idea of what to bring in 2019. Ending the season with a strong performance makes me hungry to replicate it.

dupreeh closed the year out in fashion with a 1.39 rating at BLAST Pro Series Lisbon

“I would be lying if I said I expected this year to be this successful, but I was confident, after a few tournaments, that we had figured out something very unique, and I was confident we would get a few trophies in 2018... And here we are, with 10 of them. Unreal.”

Why was dupreeh the 5th best player of 2018?

It is easy to see why dupreeh would be among the year’s best by looking at his 1.17 rating (tied for 4th place), especially considering he played 85% of maps against top 10 teams in his team’s deep runs at tournaments. On the CT side, dupreeh put up some of the highest numbers in the world with a 1.22 rating (5th highest), while shining in his entry-fragging role on the Terrorist side where he had the fifth highest percentage of opening duels won (49.7%) among players who attempt them at an above average rate.

The Danish rifler also had a 73.7% KAST (4th highest) thanks to his strong performances on both attack and defense, which along his +1.00 rating in 74.4% (5th highest) of the maps he played make him one of the most consistent players of 2018. The aforementioned consistency is obviously a big factor in his high placement, but it was the great peaks and impact that pushed him into the top 5, as he was the MVP at ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals and had strong cases to become MVP on six other occasions, including the FACEIT Major, IEM Chicago, and the BLAST Pro Series events in Istanbul and Lisbon.

dupreeh excelled on both the T and CT sides in 2018, and was in the running for an MVP award up to seven times

dupreeh’s impact rating of 1.20, which is derived from multi-kills, opening kills, and clutches, is the fourth highest among top 20 players. On top of the impact is the fact that dupreeh performed particularly well in the most competitive events of the year, the two Majors and five events with all top 5 teams in attendance, where he averaged a 1.18 rating (5th highest).

What stopped him from placing higher? That everybody above him on the list was even more consistent and had even better performances on average when it mattered the most, at Big Event playoffs, where dupreeh averaged a 1.11 rating (10th overall).

"I have one goal each year as an individual, and that is to be a better version of myself than I was last year. I always aim to do better and to learn from my mistakes. I see myself, despite the silliness, as a billboard on which I add sticky notes all the time with things I want to learn and what I want to achieve, and I slowly peel them off as I get better.

"It's a visual thing I have learned to reflect upon, and that is how I keep track of what I need to improve and what I need to learn. Some things take ages to learn, some you might never learn, but as long as you do your best, that's all you can ask for.

"I reached top 5 this year, and I am extremely proud of myself. Next year, I want it to be top3, although I know the competition is insanely strong, so I have to do everything I can to try and achieve it. As a bandaid, I will always be proud of myself as long as I make the top 20."

Bold prediction:

dupreeh joins five other players in making Ismail "refrezh" Ali his bold prediction for a player that could be in next year’s top 20. The young Dane just signed for OpTic and is currently in Poland fighting for a spot at the upcoming IEM Katowice Major in February.

Denmark Ismail "refrezh" Ali

“I’m confident Ismail will do great this year, and he will make a name for himself, more than he has already done. He is talented and has a really great mindset when it comes to improving and learning, exactly what it takes to become a top tier player.”

Stay tuned to our Top 20 players of 2018 ranking powered by EGB.com and take a look at the Introduction article to learn more about how the players were selected.

Denmark Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1396
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
Denmark Emil 'Magisk' Reif
Emil 'Magisk' Reif
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
854
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.14
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1276
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.13
Denmark Markus 'Kjaerbye' Kjærbye
Markus 'Kjaerbye' Kjærbye
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1193
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
1397
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Denmark Ismail 'refrezh' Ali
Ismail 'refrezh' Ali
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
474
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Denmark Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1119
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.17
Denmark Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1453
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.17
Denmark Henrik 'FeTiSh' Christensen
Henrik 'FeTiSh' Christensen
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.86
Maps played:
239
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.17
#1
shox | 
Denmark dev2ce 
too easy for dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:01
expected
2019-01-16 20:01
#125
 | 
Bulgaria diyvof 
expected
2019-01-16 20:07
#47
 | 
North America khansab2000 
HOW
2019-01-16 20:01
#373
 | 
United States Samsquanch_ 
“Dupreeh is SWEATING BULLETS!!” Semmler - 2015
2019-01-17 10:38
#61
kennyS | 
United Kingdom Thijo 
electronic > dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:01
electronic < dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:13
#187
kennyS | 
United Kingdom Thijo 
electronic with 4 wins > dupreeh with 10 wins Hltv confirmed
2019-01-16 20:20
LUL hltv logic
2019-01-16 20:50
#283
kennyS | 
United Kingdom Thijo 
Didn’t say it was logic, I said it was hltv confirmed
2019-01-16 21:44
Isn't it a players ranking?
2019-01-17 08:15
#393
kennyS | 
United Kingdom Thijo 
In which case S1mple would not have been #8 last year and Twistzz would have been higher than gla1ve this year
2019-01-17 15:21
#397
 | 
Bulgaria Pixeland 
the reason for this is that liquid is considered top4 2018 whereas navi is top2
2019-01-17 16:11
#374
 | 
United States Samsquanch_ 
This
2019-01-17 10:39
asstralose 10 wins so they should be top1 to 5, assfans logic LUL.
2019-01-17 01:56
#72
 | 
Denmark Doctor_Viktor 
Really, he should've been higher
2019-01-16 20:02
#241
 | 
Palestine MrZoldiK 
How to get top 5 in cs go , win everything. Astralis : but we did all of this! HLTV : fu** ya . xd
2019-01-16 20:52
+1, exactly!
2019-01-16 22:53
#402
 | 
Chile Lionel_Hutz 
But... dupreeh got top 5
2019-01-17 17:21
to be fair, they pretty much said outright why he didnt get 4th. "What stopped him from placing higher? That everybody above him on the list was even more consistent and had even better performances on average when it mattered the most, at Big Event playoffs, where dupreeh averaged a 1.11 rating (10th overall)."
2019-01-16 22:54
#398
 | 
Bulgaria Pixeland 
is there even a place that i can see playoffs rating
2019-01-17 16:13
not to my knowledge, but apparently they can. TBH I didnt look for it but I dont recall seeing it anywhere. They also may have manually calculated it, as all of the ratings are posted after each game
2019-01-17 16:18
expected :D
2019-01-16 20:09
#156
NiKo | 
Romania decis1ve 
expected
2019-01-16 20:11
#194
 | 
United Kingdom Dogehino 
EZ EXPECTED ELECTRONIC 4TH
2019-01-16 20:23
I FUCKING TOLD YOU PEOPLE THAT ELECTRONIC WOULD BE 4th!!!!!!!!
2019-01-16 21:35
EEEEEEE BOIIIII
2019-01-17 11:42
#387
 | 
Indonesia dgtal 
It will be Niko
2019-01-17 12:44
#2
 | 
Argentina Macaca_Sinica 
electronic top4 holy shit
2019-01-16 20:02
#96
 | 
Argentina trackssZZZ 
YASSSSS
2019-01-16 20:03
#4 electronic #3 niko #2 s1mpl3 #1 device
2019-01-16 21:39
#315
FalleN | 
Brazil bafa12 
#2 device #1 s1mple
2019-01-16 23:16
+1; if electronic is above dupreeh, then it makes no sense as to why device would be above s1mple
2019-01-17 00:43
Maybe to make up for putting device 1 they put electronic higher than Dupreeh :))
2019-01-17 01:11
well, at least average hltv tards have no excuse now that hltv is rigged, fanboying Danish site if they put god electronic higher than Danish player
2019-01-17 03:26
#361
shox | 
Latvia kebab_b 
4 elec 3 device 2 niko 1 s1mple
2019-01-17 09:08
#395
 | 
United Kingdom DreadN0ught 
+1
2019-01-17 15:58
#375
 | 
United States Samsquanch_ 
Yeah, he so god damned sweaty all the time, you feel like he’s not as good as he is, I know...
2019-01-17 10:40
#3
 | 
Finland SunMutsi 
ez
2019-01-16 20:01
#4
coldzera | 
Czech Republic M1kY28 
ok
2019-01-16 20:01
NICE!
2019-01-16 20:01
#6
 | 
Denmark VeryDanishGuy 
ggg
2019-01-16 20:01
expected
2019-01-16 20:01
jhg
2019-01-16 20:01
h
2019-01-16 20:01
what
2019-01-16 20:01
aajoo
2019-01-16 20:01
#12
AdreN | 
Iran Owaxer 
eZ for ence
2019-01-16 20:01
#13
 | 
United Kingdom thrailis 
FIRST RIP
2019-01-16 20:01
#93
AdreN | 
Iran Owaxer 
NT :D
2019-01-16 20:03
#14
 | 
Finland Tanelisaatana 
Juliano #1
2019-01-16 20:01
Female CS omegalul
2019-01-16 20:14
ez
2019-01-16 20:01
#17
 | 
Denmark dR_JaCkPoT 
n1
2019-01-16 20:01
Nice
2019-01-16 20:01
Dupreeh >> Electronic NAF >> Electronic
2019-01-16 20:02
#87
ropz | 
United Kingdom Roarhaven 
Dupreeh robbed for the 26361552th time this year
2019-01-16 20:02
+1
2019-01-16 20:08
ye It's like a s1mple better than device but device has a better team than s1mple. the world is cruel
2019-01-16 20:13
s1mple plays cool only at the level of his team, because there are 2 bots playing there.
2019-01-16 20:18
cool story kinda
2019-01-16 20:25
#242
 | 
Finland Tusku 
+1
2019-01-16 20:52
and simple >>> device
2019-01-16 20:10
+1
2019-01-16 23:49
#329
 | 
Denmark Green_fairy 
+1
2019-01-17 00:19
nice
2019-01-16 20:01
hey I know this guy
2019-01-16 20:01
#22
 | 
Finland tmziburger 
dad
2019-01-16 20:01
Nice one dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:01
#25
 | 
Russia l1k 
expected (next electronic lol)
2019-01-16 20:02
Everyone thought Electronic but I got it right yeet
2019-01-16 20:02
#137
Xyp9x | 
Europe C3da 
I thought him or dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:09
n1
2019-01-16 20:01
#28
 | 
Belgium 69Savage 
this is a surprise
2019-01-16 20:01
dssda
2019-01-16 20:01
#30
 | 
Lithuania SeNSeO 
WHAT
2019-01-16 20:01
Ez
2019-01-16 20:01
#33
 | 
Turkey 0vercast 
unexpected
2019-01-16 20:02
noice
2019-01-16 20:01
Hello
2019-01-16 20:01
#36
 | 
Spain Zhalos 
unexpected
2019-01-16 20:01
GFGFG
2019-01-16 20:01
lul
2019-01-16 20:01
yes
2019-01-16 20:01
#40
Xyp9x | 
Portugal CRMN1 
Thought electronic
2019-01-16 20:01
#255
 | 
Romania OMW 
Electronic will be 4th
2019-01-16 21:01
#41
 | 
Brazil ftf123 
he is a beast congratulations!
2019-01-16 20:01
#42
 | 
Serbia NoobAco_ 
Expected
2019-01-16 20:01
predicted
2019-01-16 20:01
aha
2019-01-16 20:01
#45
s1mple | 
Ukraine San4o10 
Ez
2019-01-16 20:01
ok
2019-01-16 20:01
#49
 | 
Europe Pallz 
... Reply yari yari yari
2019-01-16 20:01
elec 4th :D
2019-01-16 20:01
#52
 | 
Russia Vad97oRRR 
LUL
2019-01-16 20:01
Deserved
2019-01-16 20:01
#54
 | 
Poland Maxielll 
EXPECTED
2019-01-16 20:01
#55
 | 
Sweden Liquid_fan 
he deserved top 4
2019-01-16 20:01
#153
device | 
Denmark dFLOW 
+1
2019-01-16 20:11
#56
 | 
Belgium jorneiro 
deserved
2019-01-16 20:01
#57
Dosia | 
Russia X_GOD 
XPECted
2019-01-16 20:01
expected
2019-01-16 20:01
#59
felps | 
Brazil Tetzel 
Deserved
2019-01-16 20:01
#60
 | 
Estonia Marty404 
got it
2019-01-16 20:01
#62
 | 
India Noobdian1 
I predicted elec gg
2019-01-16 20:02
wow electronic noob
2019-01-16 20:01
fuck off japan, go suck off a tentacle.
2019-01-16 21:36
#64
 | 
Brazil cadik 
unexpected
2019-01-16 20:01
#65
 | 
Ukraine beazztov 
LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUL
2019-01-16 20:01
Underrated
2019-01-16 20:01
expected all Astralis players in there... Cheat team
2019-01-16 20:01
#331
 | 
Denmark Green_fairy 
Cry is free
2019-01-17 00:20
i am not crying but you will
2019-01-19 01:45
#408
 | 
Denmark Green_fairy 
Cry hard while you can baby, cry hard. Astralis isn't cheating. To suggest that in honesty is enormously foolish and stupid. Don't be foolish and stupid kiddo. Instead, learn from the best.
2019-01-19 03:51
Yes i am learning from the best -Pasha Biceps -Neo -Get right -Forest -Olofmeister -friberg Do you want to tell you more csgo legends Astralis are nothing for them
2019-01-19 04:12
#410
 | 
Denmark Green_fairy 
you're right. they're all doing great presently. not lacking behind at all.
2019-01-19 04:22
Presently they are not soo good but they are legends of cs
2019-01-19 04:23
#412
 | 
Denmark Green_fairy 
right. they were great (past tense). astralis is great (present tense)
2019-01-19 04:25
Sorry i have D grade on english class
2019-01-19 04:26
expected
2019-01-16 20:01
#70
 | 
Europe KrakeNCSGO 
LOLLLLLL ELECTRONIC > DUPREEH
2019-01-16 20:01
#76
 | 
Europe LowAlching 
+1
2019-01-16 20:02
#211
 | 
United Kingdom _xC4ctus 
i mean ok but dupreeh did more ngl
2019-01-16 20:30
#265
 | 
Europe KrakeNCSGO 
yes dupreeh did more im shocking after #5 dupreeh
2019-01-16 21:22
#271
 | 
United Kingdom _xC4ctus 
dont get me wrong brother. electronic is a very good player. but i just think maybe at this stage... dup > elec.. sorry :((
2019-01-16 21:34
#291
 | 
Europe KrakeNCSGO 
i don't get u wrong bro :D i agree with you just i said im shocked xd
2019-01-16 22:11
#292
 | 
United Kingdom _xC4ctus 
yeah, me2, thanks tho
2019-01-16 22:13
to be fair, they said outright why he wasnt:"What stopped him from placing higher? That everybody above him on the list was even more consistent and had even better performances on average when it mattered the most, at Big Event playoffs, where dupreeh averaged a 1.11 rating (10th overall)."
2019-01-16 22:55
#71
device | 
Kazakhstan Cupr1te 
I'm top 1
2019-01-16 20:01
expected
2019-01-16 20:02
#74
 | 
Belarus andryxa1337 
Congrats!
2019-01-16 20:02
Hahaha ha hltv is Danish btw
2019-01-16 20:02
#79
 | 
CIS Exanto 
Kinda unexpected but ez prediction
2019-01-16 20:02
#80
 | 
Russia Krityra 
electronic top 4,omegalul
2019-01-16 20:02
#81
 | 
Turkey mikycsgo 
electronic > dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:02
#82
 | 
World llriglana 
tf how is electronic better than dupreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh
2019-01-16 20:02
I don't know.
2019-01-16 20:03
ez
2019-01-16 20:10
#83
 | 
Belgium i_am_alexa 
ELECTRONIC TOP 4 EZ ZZZ FOR GOD
2019-01-16 20:02
DESERVED.
2019-01-16 20:02
Excuse me what the fuck?
2019-01-16 20:02
ikr Trying to show they're not biased towards danish players and fuck it up even worse
2019-01-16 20:14
Probably they're preparing us to device #1 It would be pretty unfair to s1mple
2019-01-16 20:24
#310
 | 
Czech Republic JackReacher 
or this just confirms that simple #1.
2019-01-16 22:54
electronic > dupreeh according to hltv top 20. That's probably means MVP's and personal achievements doesn't mean everythig in hltv top 20 list so s1mple should be top 1
2019-01-16 23:58
hope not, I love dev1ce but don't think it would be fair. would love to see the entire community go apeshit about it though lol
2019-01-17 10:03
#88
 | 
Russia infernal1 
Wooow, i believed that he is take 4 place. Ez 4 electronic
2019-01-16 20:02
#89
 | 
Ukraine niXoN|w1 
Deserved, my man! <3 electronic better though ;P
2019-01-16 20:02
#90
zonic | 
Germany LarsKR51 
unexpected
2019-01-16 20:02
Dupreeh>device
2019-01-16 20:03
#212
 | 
Hungary HAWI1337 
+1
2019-01-16 20:31
What the actual fuck! Robbed again
2019-01-16 20:03
Electronic top 4
2019-01-16 20:03
well deserved !
2019-01-16 20:08
+1
2019-01-16 20:25
Ez for Electronic x3 a.k.a denis sharipov a.k.a vistrel mujchini
2019-01-16 20:03
#100
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
#4 Electronic #3 Ecovice #2 NiKo #1 s1mple Ty.
2019-01-16 20:03
Device Simple Niko Elec
2019-01-16 20:09
#154
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
Device does not deserve #1.
2019-01-16 20:11
7 MVP titles (world record) and most consistent player of the year.
2019-01-16 20:12
#166
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
3 of those 7 = BS MVPs. Device have stolen MVPs from Dupreeh & Magisk lol.
2019-01-16 20:13
The fact that loser gets the MVP is bs too from my pov
2019-01-16 20:15
#180
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
Well of course. But Device have stolen MVPs from his teammates lol.
2019-01-16 20:16
#366
f0rest | 
Belgium Qker 
Well your pov is weird . Carrying your team to finals and being the best player on the server during this finals should be rewarded by a mvp. This ain't a team achievement. You guys really struggle getting the difference between teams achievement and personal ones.
2019-01-17 10:01
#384
XeqtR | 
Hong Kong wqnxy1 
Navi won jsut 1 final vs astralis this year and got lucky to get into different bracket at all other tournament, how is that not lucky lol?
2019-01-17 12:26
#217
 | 
Russia infernal1 
no way. if dev1ce were the first, then electronic would be 5. s1mple is top 1 of this year for almost all statisticians
2019-01-16 20:36
theyre lowering the other danes to justify ecovice #1
2019-01-16 21:05
+1
2019-01-16 20:14
#101
 | 
Denmark Lil187 
Device eAzY top1
2019-01-16 20:03
ELECTRONIC > DUPREEH
2019-01-16 20:04
WTF ELECTRONIC OVERRATED
2019-01-16 20:04
he's top 5 hltv but top 1 blatant wallhacker through smokes
2019-01-16 20:04
deserved
2019-01-16 20:04
#106
 | 
France Leskines 
expected
2019-01-16 20:04
#107
 | 
Norway PeteZz 
Damn solid player, but I still believe Magisk has performed better this year. Not based on stats, just gut feeling from watching Astralis in play-offs.
2019-01-16 20:04
#108
s1mple | 
Ukraine K3KUS 
Electronic TOP 1
2019-01-16 20:04
expected
2019-01-16 20:04
#110
 | 
Russia zbogus 
cry is free, lil bishes
2019-01-16 20:04
LOOOOOOOOOL I would've picked electronic as #5 for sure,I thought there is no way he will above dupreeh but here we are S1mple top1 confirmed basicly,achievments dont matter that much
2019-01-16 20:05
#220
 | 
Russia infernal1 
+1
2019-01-16 20:38
#367
f0rest | 
Belgium Qker 
Ofc team achievements don't matter much when it comes to player rankings. Kinda obvious.
2019-01-17 10:02
Ikr but a lot of people on hltv thought it will matter a lot more
2019-01-17 10:45
#112
 | 
Latvia Tibro 
LOL, GG ELECTRONIC EZ
2019-01-16 20:05
expected
2019-01-16 20:05
deserved
2019-01-16 20:05
ez
2019-01-16 20:05
#116
 | 
Russia GramDEL 
Ahahahha lol, electronic > dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:05
overrated both glaive and xyp9x are better
2019-01-16 20:05
electronic 4th! LETS GO!
2019-01-16 20:06
#121
cajunb | 
CIS spk13 
Sorry, but dupreeh > electronic.
2019-01-16 20:06
#223
 | 
Russia infernal1 
check the statistician
2019-01-16 20:40
Tarik top 4 omg
2019-01-16 20:06
expected
2019-01-16 20:06
electronic top 4? Or maybe He isn't even on top 20 xdxd
2019-01-16 20:07
#Notmy5th dupreeh should be top 4 SAD
2019-01-16 20:07
Electronic #4 confirmed PogChamp
2019-01-16 20:07
#130
 | 
Brazil Charizaldo 
Should be #4 tbh
2019-01-16 20:07
ELECTRONIC TOP 4 LULULULULULULULUL
2019-01-16 20:08
WTF UNDESERVED HE IS BETTER THAN ELECTRONIC
2019-01-16 20:08
#369
f0rest | 
Belgium Qker 
No he is not. His team is better that's about it. People are so fuckin biased towards astralis it amazes me.
2019-01-17 10:05
he is,believe it or not.If we were talking about device,what you said could be true but we are talking about the best entry fragger in the world,electronic is good aswell but dupreeh is on another leve
2019-01-17 12:36
Also I hate asstralis
2019-01-17 12:36
#callthecarepolice
2019-01-16 20:08
#135
 | 
United Kingdom EKersh 
epic
2019-01-16 20:08
#138
 | 
Turkey redbaron7 
#4 Electronic #3 NiKo #2 s1mple #1 device
2019-01-16 20:09
lol. ofc no
2019-01-16 20:12
#226
 | 
Russia infernal1 
no way for dev1ce. achievements doesn't matter that much
2019-01-16 20:43
+1 achievements doesn't mean almost nothing when electronic is ranked higher than dupreeh. Rather it points to individuality quality and impact of each player which s1mple has definitely better than device so he will be top 1 for sure
2019-01-17 00:08
+1 achievements doesn't mean almost nothing when electronic is ranked higher than dupreeh. Rather it points to individuality quality and impact of each player which s1mple has definitely better than device so he will be top 1 for sure
2019-01-17 00:08
#286
 | 
Sweden Traitorz0r 
S1mple is MILES ahead of device dude... those fake and plastic MVPs mean nothing. S1mple's MVPs were f*cking well-deserved. Device = plastic MVPs for top2 rank.
2019-01-16 21:46
I agree that some of the MVPs were a little strange, but his stat are really good considering that all teammates are putting up solid numbers. I think it’s easier for Simple to shine. Raw skill I think most people agree Simple is number one but it’s a team sport and Device is the best in his role like for the best team in the world so you could argue for #1 or #2 for both players.
2019-01-16 23:42
#362
Zeus | 
Azerbaijan pikachu$ 
It's individual rating, and individually s1mple better
2019-01-17 09:44
#396
 | 
United Kingdom DreadN0ught 
It's a team sport but that doesn't mean you have to be on the best team to be the best player.
2019-01-17 16:00
ELECTRONIC > EVERY DANISH PLAYER TO EVER PLAY CS
2019-01-16 20:09
Rize give us truth electronic top 3
2019-01-16 20:09
#142
 | 
El Salvador Sp1x 
Most likely means s1mple will be number one since they put electronic over dupreeh, unless they completely cuck him.
2019-01-16 20:09
Electronic did it lets go
2019-01-16 20:09
#145
JW | 
Turkey krimzGOD 
Electronic #4 rigged ranking so device top1
2019-01-16 20:10
what the fuck xddddd yeah ofc electronic > dupreeh and naf this year except he achieved basically nothing and has almost the same stats as them
2019-01-16 20:10
#147
 | 
Ukraine Ukrainc4ik 
elec 4 place WTF
2019-01-16 20:10
#150
 | 
Turkey CHAMPTZ 
*surprised Pikachu meme* device #3 or #4?
2019-01-16 20:10
#152
 | 
Austria gex0r 
dupreeh > electronic every day
2019-01-16 20:10
#287
 | 
Sweden Traitorz0r 
no way
2019-01-16 21:46
Wow :O
2019-01-16 20:11
electronic being #4 is the biggest joke in this ranking after magisk being #7
2019-01-16 20:11
Perhaps HLTV specifically does this so that the device takes the top 1
2019-01-16 20:13
well if s1mple is #1 then at least we can say that it is the worst ranking of all time and it is completely irrelevant :D
2019-01-16 20:14
Probably they're preparing us to device #1
2019-01-16 20:26
deserve higher rank
2019-01-16 20:12
Expected he in top 5, but I really thought electronic gonna be 5th
2019-01-16 20:12
#162
 | 
Portugal RKO23 
and so simple's prediction starts
2019-01-16 20:12
#163
 | 
Spain elskio 
You are doing much better than this site thought Peter. It was perfect year for you!
2019-01-16 20:16
#172
 | 
Czech Republic CharlesIV 
Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen >>>> Denis "electronic" Sharipov
2019-01-16 20:14
unexpected, dupreeh > electronic
2019-01-16 20:15
1. s1mple 2. electronic 3. niko 4. device so ez ))
2019-01-16 20:15
navi duo top 1 duo
2019-01-16 20:15
So top 4 can be something like this 1. Simple 2. device 3. Niko 4. elec or 1. device 2. Simple 3. elec 4. NIKO
2019-01-16 20:15
#230
 | 
Russia infernal1 
first
2019-01-16 20:45
expected
2019-01-16 20:16
#179
 | 
Iceland caverat 
s1mpletronic top 4 les go
2019-01-16 20:16
no its more like electromple cause "s1mp" part is reserved for awp godlike skill which electronic doesnt have
2019-01-16 20:17
best story i read today.u got me!gg
2019-01-16 23:10
#340
 | 
Iceland caverat 
good point tho
2019-01-17 02:14
electronic top 4 confirms s1mple top 1
2019-01-16 20:17
WHAT COULD BE EASIER FOR ELECTRONIC
2019-01-16 20:17
time to watch the demo electronics)) duet S1mple + electronic is stronger than duet dev1ce + dupreeh, isn't it?)))
2019-01-16 20:19
#186
 | 
Europe dbanodbano 
wtf refrezh? blamef?
2019-01-16 20:19
#188
 | 
France J0riS_ 
Dupreeh only one mvp in his carreer ? So unfair that dev1ce stole everything
2019-01-16 20:21
#190
 | 
Brazil Charizaldo 
Dupreeh_was_the_real_MVP_of_Faceit_London_Major_2018
2019-01-16 20:21
#191
 | 
France J0riS_ 
+999
2019-01-16 20:22
I also like game dupreeh more than game of device :/
2019-01-16 20:24
#203
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France J0riS_ 
me too dev1ce is so boring to watch with his eco frags
2019-01-16 20:27
what if device was better in all those tournaments? i wouldn't call i unfair
2019-01-17 09:57
#192
stavn | 
Russia TheMall 
4 elec 3 niko 2 dev1ce 1 s1mple
2019-01-16 20:23
deserved, but wouldve put electronic in 5th and dupreeh in 4th
2019-01-16 20:24
#198
NiKo | 
Czech Republic Ksfilip 
I think most people expected electronic to be #5 because dupreeh got better team achievements i 2018. Both these players scored pretty much same stats in 2018.
2019-01-16 20:24
electronic 4 LUL
2019-01-16 20:25
#204
Xizt | 
Italy HeSY 
Deserved Very nice work in 2k18 for him
2019-01-16 20:27
#205
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United Kingdom alcaz4r 
YES ELECTRONIC #4
2019-01-16 20:27
surpried to find dupreeh so highly listed in top5, like valde,sunny,xyp9x more,they deserve top10 more than dupreeh
2019-01-16 20:27
<3 But wtf, GODpreeh > Choketronic all day every day
2019-01-16 20:27
#209
rain | 
Norway Alexed 
Electronic #4 FINALLY SOMETHING MAKE SENSE
2019-01-16 20:28
#210
REAL | 
Norway duffz00r 
Deserved Nik0 is 2 again Simple 1
2019-01-16 20:29
well deserved my man dupreeh!
2019-01-16 20:33
Deserved
2019-01-16 20:35
#216
Hazard | 
Poland Az1m 
God, electronic is so overrated
2019-01-16 20:36
#388
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Russia v0x1k 
Him and simple carry navi tbf
2019-01-17 13:33
#218
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Europe b7ack0ut 
OK
2019-01-16 20:38
#221
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Sweden extol88 
zzzzzz
2019-01-16 20:40
electronic > duprehh? HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH U RETARDED HLTV, UNSUB CYA
2019-01-16 20:40
The calm before the storm, that the device will become # 1
2019-01-16 20:45
fnx_6_major_device_2
2019-01-16 20:55
ahahahah
2019-01-16 20:57
95% simple will top 1
2019-01-16 20:41
#227
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Brazil Collee 
electronic > dupreeh lmao
2019-01-16 20:43
dupreeh ROBBED OF 4TH! .. HLTV ANTI DANISHPLAYERS!!!
2019-01-16 20:43
Everyone so boring with these bold predictions. Atleast Cold chose someone unexpected.
2019-01-16 20:46
#234
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Ukraine petruska 
4 electronic 3 niko 2 simple 1 sundevice
2019-01-16 20:46
#264
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Sweden Traitorz0r 
1. S1mple
2019-01-16 21:21
#235
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France samouchkii 
Just top #5 ?
2019-01-16 20:47
wow I expected dupreeh to get top 4 (o_o)
2019-01-16 20:48
Where is rusTy?
2019-01-16 20:49
wow allu top4
2019-01-16 20:49
#243
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El Salvador jayss 
unlucky with how the statistics work, he was way more impactful than device last year
2019-01-16 20:52
#244
NAF | 
Ukraine justguy^ 
s1mple top 1 check words
2019-01-16 20:52
#246
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Sweden Trkmag 
Deserved
2019-01-16 20:55
Hahaha joke? Should be <100
2019-01-16 20:56
What a joke. He deserved #4. I'm really disappointed at this ranking.
2019-01-16 20:57
#250
s1mple | 
Ukraine Wok3r 
Deserved
2019-01-16 20:57
#251
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Denmark Mikaow 
Derserved top4
2019-01-16 20:58
#252
NiKo | 
India BCaddict 
Electronic top 4 lol, should have been 7-8
2019-01-16 20:59
#253
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Latvia de_coffy88 
PPPHHHAA :D YeaH!!!! c'mon electronic FTW!!!!! :DDD Lets go! eZ TOP3 :PP Niice Easy Russky skaBlyat
2019-01-16 21:03
i rly have to disagree with this one...i can understand why naf was 6th bcs of his finals performance(even tho that imo he deserved better place) but i just cant agree with electronic being better than dupreeh...especially if we look at their performance vs top5 teams. i mean elec had overall lan rating 1.19 and 1.17 in big events but "only" 1.08 with 1.04kd vs top5 teams dupreeh 1.17 lan, 1.17 in big events and 1.13 with 1.11 kd vs top5 teams hltv.org/stats/players?startDate=2018-01.. im rly curious why electronic is before him. i hope that hltv will prove me wrong tomorrow with all kind of arguments bcs so far i actually agree with their ranking but this one is weird to me
2019-01-16 21:01
Maybe the dupreeh, rating at Big Events against top 5 teams is coming from all the times Astralis demolished Liquid, who is a top 5 team but plays like a tier 4 team against Astralis.
2019-01-16 21:38
maybe..like i said, i will wait for article about elec and all his stats and arguments why he is that high before i will claim that it rly is undeserved:)
2019-01-16 21:39
Elec had some pretty strong stats himself. Not only was his rating a bit better and for the majority of the year (11/12 months elec clearly better than both Magisk and Dupreeh both boosted their rating at their last event with 1.39 ratings) hltv.org/stats/players?startDate=2018-01.. Electronic's impact rating, ADR, KPR, clutches (3rd most at 64) were all better. Plus he was one of the best player at the major and was instrumental in Navi's many top 4s placings. Everyone on Astralis was good so Dupreeh's 1.17 rating wasn't as important or crucial to Astralis as Electronic's 1.17 was for Navi. If Dupreeh underperformed, you can almost certainly count on the rest of the 4, but if Elec underperformed, you only got s1mple.
2019-01-16 22:20
maybe you are right. like i said i will wait for an article but its still weird to me to be honest
2019-01-16 22:21
#298
HUNDEN | 
China ene1nz 
There you are. I was desperately searching for your shittalk. :-)
2019-01-16 22:21
i dont shit talk anything. i only stated my personal opinion with some facts. i literally said that: "im rly curious why electronic is before him. i hope that hltv will prove me wrong tomorrow with all kind of arguments bcs so far i actually agree with their ranking but this one is weird to me
2019-01-16 22:22
#303
HUNDEN | 
China ene1nz 
You already told me that magisk and naf are > electronic.
2019-01-16 22:30
yes, it was my opinion based on datas that i had...whats wrong with it? i didnt "shit talk" hltv ranking or anything at all even tho that their order is different. im open minded and i can change my opinion. thats why im curious abou electronics article
2019-01-16 22:33
#317
HUNDEN | 
China ene1nz 
You wrote "You'll see". Makes me still laugh.
2019-01-16 23:35
higher
2019-01-16 21:05
OMG, this means electronic is 4th. OMG x2
2019-01-16 21:12
#259
s1 | 
Ukraine mpletop1 
Wow, electronic actually gonna be top 4? Above a DANISH player? Is HLTV really clean from Danish bias or is this just so that they can say "well we put electronic above dupreeh so no danish bias here" after they put device at the n1 spot?
2019-01-16 21:13
Omfg. If electronic > dupreeh then s1mple > device. Expectedly
2019-01-16 21:14
#262
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Sweden Traitorz0r 
+1 we already so by Coldzera and KRIMZ that MVPs and team victories are not that important, individual performances against tier1 opposition during whole year is the biggest factor. At least it seems like. So S1mple has EVERYTHING to be #1.
2019-01-16 21:16
Finally, I've been waiting for this for a year. You won't believe how much i was disappointed when device received mvps for an every tournament Australis won. But now I'm glad that we all are about to see s1mple #1 in few days
2019-01-17 07:25
#261
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Sweden Traitorz0r 
1. S1mple 2. device 3. NiKo 4. Electronic
2019-01-16 21:16
#268
speed4k | 
Russia Shkek 
Hell yes electronic>Dupreeh
2019-01-16 21:29
LMAO what how is he top 5 xDDDD
2019-01-16 21:31
ez
2019-01-16 21:32
#275
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CIS bds_Serzh 
Electronic > Dupreeh S1mple > Device Expected
2019-01-16 21:37
#278
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Europe Shingy 
HLTV ? electronic > dupreeh ??? I guess you're not looking at anything other than frag. noobs.
2019-01-16 21:38
#343
s1mple | 
Poland Hell2k 
electronic has top 1 aim imo and he had to carry 3 noobs in navi
2019-01-17 02:18
4 niko 3 electronic 2 s1mple 1 device ty me later
2019-01-16 21:40
#282
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Europe Shingy 
it seems that the Russians are doing it.
2019-01-16 21:42
No way
2019-01-16 21:44
Magisk>dupreeh>electronic 2018 imo,but it was extremely close and everyone who is not retarded knows it
2019-01-16 21:49
#342
s1mple | 
Poland Hell2k 
electronic is insane player
2019-01-17 02:17
1. S1mple 2. Dev1ce 3. Chrisj 4. Niko
2019-01-16 21:57
Electronic was literally the clear top 4 for 11/12 months hltv.org/stats/players?startDate=2018-01.. The only reason stats are close now is because Dupreeh's last tournament (1.39 rating) boosted it closer to electronic. Elec had been praised as a top 4 player long before Dupreeh found form in the later half of the year and same with Magisk. Elec top 4 totally deserved!
2019-01-16 22:10
That doesnt work like that wtf. it was still this year doesnt matter if it was his last tournament that boosted him. also want to mention that electronic is not near dupreeh if it comes to top5: hltv.org/stats/players?startDate=2018-01.. dont want to say electronic didnt deserve it, but for me that mvp and the fact that dupreeh play 2times more maps against top5 with better ratings than electronic should have won it. I like both and hltv has a better reaspn than me for sure that electronic deserves it
2019-01-16 23:48
What I meant was Electronic deserve to be in top 4 since he worked hard and maintained that position for the majority of the year (You can check the comparison graph between Dupreeh and elec too) and it would be pretty sad if Dupreeh came in from under and took it from him at the last minute. The part on the last tournament with a 1.39 rating was only an explanation on why the stats appear so close at the end of the year, I never said anything about it being excluded in anyway, it was just meant as an explanation. But yeah, elec and dupreeh is pretty close, we'll see the explanation tomorrow for why elec was chosen over Dupreeh.
2019-01-16 23:55
Danish bias by the way, ya fuckin' crybabies. ez4electronic&s1mple
2019-01-16 22:13
#296
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United States Err0h 
1. Device 2. S1mple 3. Niko 4. Electronic
2019-01-16 22:18
#301
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Europe Vallon2 
Dupreeh is better than that cyka blyat kid, but w/e...
2019-01-16 22:26
GOD. He should be #4 btw. deserved GODREEH!
2019-01-16 22:30
#306
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Kyrgyzstan 21Almaz 
1. S1mple 2. Niko 3. Device 4. Electrotic Hltv dont care about your mvps and major winnings, so this top must be depend on skill. Thats why naf, cold, krimz in top 10. Mark my words.
2019-01-16 22:33
I think they changed their system. kennys was insane in 2014 and 2015 and only was #6?? I think he was highest rated player in 2014 and was only 6th. the other won their positions just because they had mvps and evps. now it is the other way around. I mean come on what is this
2019-01-16 23:42
#394
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United Kingdom munt_ 
+1
2019-01-17 15:47
Electronic #4
2019-01-16 22:52
#312
NAF | 
United States Raptorial 
HLTV no longer Danish Pog
2019-01-16 22:58
ez
2019-01-16 22:59
#318
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China yry666233 
more like top2
2019-01-16 23:39
Electronic better than Dupreeh????? And as pissed as Walter White
2019-01-16 23:50
elec > all danish players chek major stat retarded
2019-01-17 09:07
what about all the other tournaments of the year? i mean major isn't the only tournament retarded
2019-01-25 17:21
Niko > Dupreeh? It's ridiculous
2019-01-17 00:20
ez
2019-01-17 00:32
#333
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Austria El_Chap0 
robbed, was the best player on astralis
2019-01-17 00:36
#335
fnx | 
Brazil matwoks 
the real mvp
2019-01-17 00:46
#341
s1mple | 
Poland Hell2k 
Probably this means overatevice is top 1
2019-01-17 02:16
#345
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Europe WutFace233 
best player in astralis, deserved 5th place as fck
2019-01-17 03:36
best player in Astralis. But for the most he is the third best. dupreeh > Xyp9x > Magisk > device > gla1ve
2019-01-17 04:12
#347
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Germany bane2k 
+9999999999999999999999999
2019-01-17 04:16
#380
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Germany Spongebong 
true
2019-01-17 11:04
#348
shox | 
India iejesus 
Electronic #4 Fuck yeahhhhhhhh
2019-01-17 04:41
#350
woxic | 
Turkey c0irain 
could be #4 or #3
2019-01-17 04:55
Electronic higher than Dupreeh are you fucking serious? Electronic sure he's a great player, his CT play is magical and his rotations are godlike and he tends to play really well in semi finals and finals so I'm not saying anything negative about him but Dupreeh is just on another level this is unfair honestly. Dupreeh should of been #1 honestly fuck stats were talking about an entry fragger he's going to die more than anyone else which lowers his stats but no one can out aim this guy, Device usually shits the bed against Na'vi and Dupreeh has to deal with simple one tapping this kid awping and taking the round for his team that is more impactful than sitting back with awp like device and simple baiting your team for easy awp kills. 1.17 rating as hard entry, this guy is so unrated only #5 what a joke honestly.
2019-01-17 04:58
but s0mple has more entry frags then dupreeh also electronic is better on the t side
2019-01-17 10:26
You mean he has more opening picks, s1mple is not an entry fragger he's baiter there is big difference from Dupreeh going in first on t side every round and opening up the rounds for his team and s1mple sitting with awp in top mid on CT and taking free kills you know what I mean same goes with Device who also has good opening pick stats.
2019-01-17 15:19
#352
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Kazakhstan rysdaulet 
if Electronic>Dupreeh so S1mple>Device 4-Electronic 3-Niko 2-Device 1-S1mple
2019-01-17 05:16
isn't it obvious?
2019-01-17 07:02
Electronic in front of Dupreeh? What a joke
2019-01-17 07:41
#371
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Sweden Div-\ 
+1 Imho they tried to "underbias" the fact that Astralis as a team outperformed all the other ones so badly.
2019-01-17 10:24
1.Simple 2.Device 3.Niko so whos 4th?
2019-01-17 08:44
#363
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Denmark iP_ 
4. Electronic 3. NiKo 2. Simp1e 1. Dev1ce
2019-01-17 09:50
#377
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United Kingdom babystig 
+1
2019-01-17 10:57
this confirms that s1mple is #1 WHY HLTV??????? device 1 major mvp HELLO??
2019-01-17 09:56
#370
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Sweden Div-\ 
Dupreeh :3
2019-01-17 10:23
So #4 Niko, #3ecovice #2elec #1 simple
2019-01-17 11:02
#379
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Germany Spongebong 
what a sunshine
2019-01-17 11:04
Expected, for me it is the best player from astralis
2019-01-17 11:38
#390
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Ukraine demon83 
Expected, for me it is the best team astralis best player from navi
2019-01-17 15:18
+1 s1mple top 1
2019-01-17 15:20
#400
hye | 
Russia sosi 
-1
2019-01-17 16:14
-1
2019-01-20 12:13
an absolute legend of the game... best player in cs go
2019-01-17 12:05
#391
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Australia Amazon_Alexa 
what a great player
2019-01-17 15:19
#399
hye | 
Russia sosi 
waiting room for niko and 4th place
2019-01-17 16:14
#404
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France MaximusGDN 
He should have been higher even if 5th is very good ^^
2019-01-17 18:54
#406
RpK | 
Luxembourg codygod 
Haha Dupreeh like dew three. In this movie he have all time 3 frags =D Only one time on overpass he killed 4 frags xDD
2019-01-18 20:30
#416
oskar | 
Czech Republic ufonk 
That danish pig face like a JW. He is good player but look at him is terrible
2019-01-22 12:20
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