Team Ranking: April 2019

We have updated our Global team ranking - powered by EGB.com - for April 2019.

April was an action-packed month in CS:GO, witnessing a handful of Big events over its course. At the start of the month, Natus Vincere lifted the StarSeries i-League Season 7 trophy in Shanghai at the expense of fnatic, a much-needed victory for the CIS crew considering recent runner-up placements.

Natus Vincere opened April with a significant victory in Shanghai

Less than a week later, FaZe asserted their dominance over Liquid in the grand final of BLAST Pro Series Miami, copping their second tournament title of 2019, their first at a Big Event. Concluding the month's Big Events was IEM Sydney, where Liquid achieved elation by dispelling their finals curse, having outlasted the Swedish roster of fnatic in a best-of-five grand final that saw all maps played out.

Here's a summary of our ranking for new readers:

Our team ranking is based on teams' achievements over the past year (with severe decay in points throughout each month), recent form over the last 2 months, and performance at offline events in the last 3 months.

Each team is required to have a three-man core in order to retain their points and online results are included but have minimal effect (only affecting 'Form') at the top of the table and mainly serve to put new teams on the map.

Below is the current top 30 table as of May 6, 2019, which goes more in-depth into how the points are distributed – or you can check our special page, where you will be able to find the latest, weekly version of our ranking. You can see the lineup for each team by hovering over their name in the table.

RANK
TEAM
ACHV
FORM
LAN
TOTAL
POINTS
+/-
1.
500
192
300
992
-
2.
368
200
238
806
-
3.
250
150
149
549
+1
4.
209
128
125
462
+1
5.
168
68
168
404
-2
6.
155
131
103
389
+6
7.
174
80
113
367
+1
8.
119
153
75
347
+3
9.
147
89
90
326
-3
10.
99
102
84
285
-3
11.
56
170
50
276
-2
12.
27
118
49
194
+33
13.
26
131
27
184
-
14.
52
90
37
179
-
15.
57
66
55
178
-5
16.
26
87
39
152
-1
17.
16
104
16
136
+2
18.
49
58
20
127
-
19.
20
85
16
121
+23
20.
21
68
21
110
-3
21.
16
72
11
99
-
22.
10
73
5
88
+17
23.
11
63
12
86
+2
24.
7
75
0
82
+9
25.
8
63
9
80
+5
26.
13
49
12
74
+36
27.
15
46
13
74
-1
28.
17
36
19
72
-5
29.
16
27
29
72
-9
30.
4
58
6
68
+31

Please note that the +/- gain on this table differs from our weekly rankings page, and it is related to the ranking update of April 1.

Liquid edge closer to Astralis

With their arch nemeses Astralis on LAN hiatus for the majority of April, Liquid looked to bridge the ranking gap, and managed to do so rather successfully.

A grand final run at BLAST Pro Series Miami, where a 16-14 win over Astralis was secured, followed by a much-needed victory at the recently concluded IEM Sydney 2019 yielded the squad a whopping 328 point gain. This places the aqueous quintet just 186 points behind the overly comfortable leaders.

Liquid are gradually bridging the gap between themselves and Astralis

The two rivals will next face off in June, come the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, for which both teams qualified with flying colours. It is here that Liquid will need to compose if they dare to seize the crown that has warmed to Astralis' dome, a feat only achievable if they are to maintain their current level. If the prophecy does come true, the aqueous quintet will become the first to do so in over an entire year.

Fnatic leap into #6

Over the course of the past month, the Swedish squad has demonstrated outstanding results in the form of two back-to-back grand final runs at Big events.

The first of the two events, StarSeries i-League CS:GO Season 7, saw Richard "Xizt" Landström and company surpass the likes of NiP, North and NRG on their way to the grand final, in which they subsequently fell to current No.3 team in the world, Natus Vincere. As for their recent-most showing, the team was recently seen facing Liquid in the concluding match of IEM Sydney, where they took the tournament favourites to all five maps before losing the series 3-2.

fnatic return to #6, previously assumed by the Swedes in February 2019

The performances demonstrated by fnatic in both Shanghai and Sydney send a stark message to all rivals who thought the roster a mere shadow of the team’s legendary past. All that remains to be established is whether this form will be maintained, a good gauge of which will be the team’s upcoming performance at DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019.

Furthermore, the Swedes are currently in Group A of the second round of ESL Pro League Season 9 - Europe, where they stand a solid chance of qualifying for the $750,000 finals in France.

NRG regain top 10 status

The NRG roster returns to the echelons of top ten teams following playoff runs at both StarSeries i-League Season 7 and IEM Sydney. Curiously, on both occasions the North American roster was eliminated by fnatic, marking the beginning of a rivalry between the two squads.

In addition to convincing placements at two Big events, Damian "daps" Steele and his men secured qualification for the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, to be held in Montpellier, France, having topped Group A of the Americas division.

NRG have reaffirmed themselves as a top 10 roster

NRG’s return to the top is an important reminder of the sheer potential contained within this roster. While occasionally struggling to outshine more seasoned rosters, the squad has shown the development of the consistency it once visibly lacked. Through further gathering of experience and application, there is little doubt that NRG will be able to deepen their future tournament runs.

mousesports back on the map

We previously mentioned mousesports in the March team rankings, where it was noted that the roster was gradually recuperating from their ranking loss post-Minor roster instability.

Since then, the reconstructed roster has reminded the scene of the associated red logo. The new squad made their LAN debut at ESL Pro League Season 9 Europe, where they surpassed all opposition in Group A with a 3-0 record, qualifying for the LAN finals in Montpellier. As for their Big Event debut, this took place in Sydney, where they reached the quarter-finals before being denied further progression by a focused MIBR side.

mousesports have their eyes set on a return to the top

Still young, the mousesports roster is filled to the brim with youthful potential coupled with experienced leadership, suggesting vast room for improvement and development of synergy. Once these two factors are in check, the European mix will be well on its way to dealing damage at the highest echelons of CS:GO, similar to previous projects led by Finn "karrigan" Andersen.

China loses top 30 representation

Both TYLOO and ViCi have been purged from top 30 placements in our rankings, leaving MVP PK as the sole remaining Asian side on the list.

TYLOO kicked off the month with a disappointing showing at StarSeries i-League Season 7, where they sustained a 1-3 Swiss group stage record, able only to beat compatriots Panda over the course of their run. Shortly afterward, the squad once more butted heads with Panda, this time for a spot at the LAN finals of DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019, which was successfully obtained by Kevin "xccurate" Susanto's squad.

TyLoo will look to put China back on the map in Dallas

ViCi, much like their countrymen, were present at the StarSeries finals in Shanghai. The squad sustained an identical record to TYLOO but were able to sweeten the blow by taking down eventual champions, Natus Vincere, on their way out. Afterward, the Chinese roster forfeited their lower bracket semi-final match against Vital Spark in the Chinese qualifier for DreamHack Masters Dallas and finished third in their ESL Pro League Asia group. Before the end of the month, ViCi also attended IEM Sydney, where they were humbled by NRG before losing to Chiefs in a three-map series.

While ViCi are unlikely to re-enter the top 30 in the foreseeable future, especially as the team are about lose star player WingHei "Freeman" Cheung, Chinese fans can confide in TYLOO to achieve this feat. The squad will be travelling to Dallas at the end of May looking to demonstrate their capabilities at this showpiece event. Additionally, TYLOO are one of eight squads to have made it to round 2 of ESL Pro League Season 9 - Asia, standing every chance to qualify for the tournament finals in Montpellier.

Canada Damian 'daps' Steele
Damian 'daps' Steele
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.87
Maps played:
906
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Hong Kong WingHei 'Freeman' Cheung
WingHei 'Freeman' Cheung
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
619
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.13
Indonesia Kevin 'xccurate' Susanto
Kevin 'xccurate' Susanto
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
560
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.10
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
1538
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1549
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.17
#1
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Poland anton1oo 
Liquid doesn’t deserve 200 points up. Still they won’t pass Astralis anytime soon.
2019-05-07 00:16
okay
2019-05-07 00:09
#5
smooya | 
Austria shaakeh 
Astralis will stay with top 1
2019-05-07 00:09
#12
 | 
United States l1nkax 
Not for long
2019-05-07 00:10
FNATIC HIGHER THAN MIBR OMEGALUL
2019-05-07 00:22
#41
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Canada Michaelides 
Rock paper scissors between NRG, MIBR, and Fnatic. Or Pokemon starters. MIBR > fnatic fnatic > NRG NRG > MIBR
2019-05-07 00:27
fnatic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> mibr
2019-05-07 00:34
wait fnatic in finals. mibr not
2019-05-07 00:37
#53
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
MIBR lost to Liquid in the semis, then won the whole thing. Fnatic beat NRG. Hence the fnatic > NRG, then MIBR > fnatic, NRG > MIBR. Got it?
2019-05-07 00:39
ranking not agreeing with you
2019-05-07 00:41
#64
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Canada Michaelides 
Literally impossible to get a ranking to agree with my statement. But they are pretty close to each other rn.
2019-05-07 00:55
What you are trying to say is really stupid. I mean there are teams who can play better vs a better team and play worse vs a weaker team. This is normal. What you are trying to say is not correct at all.
2019-05-07 15:15
#156
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
It’s just rock, paper, scissors m8. Chill
2019-05-07 17:05
mibr didnt win a map vs liquid.... fnatic won 2
2019-05-07 01:14
#75
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
I'm talking just head to head, not overall. I think fnatic overall is a better team than MIBR because of their stronger map pool. Although, Cache being one of their better maps will also hurt them after DH Masters since it is out.
2019-05-07 01:22
i agree, fnatic has been the better team this year atleast. yeah cache going out is bad for any team xizt plays on, since he got some good calls on cache. but vertigo coming in could be good or bad for any team, only time will tell.
2019-05-07 01:56
+1
2019-05-07 00:41
#25
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
Not if Liquid wins DH Masters Dallas and cs_summit 4 and Astralis somehow go out in BLAST.
2019-05-07 00:15
If liquid wins ESL pro league, then astralis' era is over
2019-05-07 11:47
if they actually play tournaments
2019-05-07 05:15
nice edit
2019-05-07 00:09
#6
 | 
Poland anton1oo 
ty
2019-05-07 00:10
blastralis losing points
2019-05-07 00:13
#19
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
0/8
2019-05-07 00:13
scared?
2019-05-07 06:22
Ur sad
2019-05-07 06:29
#105
 | 
Peru AgentLF 
OMEGALUL
2019-05-07 06:47
#108
 | 
France Estraz 
Liquid > Astralis
2019-05-07 07:46
#109
 | 
Poland anton1oo 
nt but 0/8
2019-05-07 07:50
Astralis>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Chokequid
2019-05-07 13:43
They won just because Astralis skipped IEM Sydney. If they didn't skip Liquid would lose 0-3. It was kinda close and they played against fnatic. If they would play against Astralis they would definitely lose 0-3. Liquid is still only band of chokers Astralis era never end
2019-05-07 13:41
finally good comment, expect the choker thing
2019-05-07 14:09
Astralis is in bad form, lost on inferno to worst team ever- BiG
2019-05-08 01:23
#3
 | 
North America ZachS721 
Almost had first...
2019-05-07 00:10
#23
NiKo | 
Other HasomY 
dont give up!
2019-05-07 00:14
not even close,
2019-05-07 00:14
#106
 | 
Peru AgentLF 
Next time my friend, as #23 said, don´t give up :)
2019-05-07 06:48
Liquid said about the ranking
2019-05-07 12:11
#7
arT | 
Lithuania SiK_ 
8th
2019-05-07 00:10
nt
2019-05-07 00:10
nt
2019-05-07 16:07
EZ4ENCE
2019-05-07 00:10
mouse wowww!
2019-05-07 00:10
Mibr isn't even a top 10 team, wtf
2019-05-07 00:10
#33
NEO | 
Poland machok 
it is as you can see
2019-05-07 00:23
Only in this ranking by hltv. If you compare the game play and the awards they are below to 10 easily. In time, I miss so much the gold times of VP. LOVE POLAND BRO <3
2019-05-07 00:34
#57
NEO | 
Poland machok 
yea miss it aswell. Ty bro love u to <3
2019-05-07 00:41
Cloud9 Major Winner OMEGALUL
2019-05-07 00:11
#14
 | 
United States Raptorial 
n1
2019-05-07 00:12
#15
 | 
New Zealand RickRonk 
500 + 191 + 300 = 992. makes sense
2019-05-07 00:12
#27
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
Liquid should have 807, but have 806, lol.
2019-05-07 00:17
Because those are always decimal numbers
2019-05-07 00:24
hltv math
2019-05-07 00:41
#61
 | 
Bulgaria R34 
Always have one in mind *wink*
2019-05-07 00:50
#17
 | 
Sweden meistr0 
Finally HLTV removed points from Astralis. Should have been done weeks ago.
2019-05-07 00:12
#26
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
They are gonna get it back anyway because of Blast Madrid.
2019-05-07 00:16
1 team is always the leader of 1 category (LAN, achievements, form) and others are scaled to how good they are to them. Astralis were so far ahead of everyone else that it raised other teams points first. If liquid starts losing they will lose form category and astralis will have 1000 points without playing a single game.
2019-05-07 01:35
the first part is true, the second not. losses are not counted in the form category. if they were, all the teams with less than 50% winrate would have negative points. there are no negative points. the form category is the sum of all wins over the last 2 months. an online win counts 20% of an offline win, an overtime win counts 20% of a win in regulation, losses (and ties) give 0 points, that's it.
2019-05-07 17:42
did some admin confirm it? go to ranking details of any team and you will find their losses there. if that was true then all it would take is to beat some good teams and then you can lose as much as you want. it doesnt have to go below 0 either in the same way it doesnt go above 200 example: hltv.org/ranking/teams/2019/may/6/detail..
2019-05-07 18:21
and ENCE has wins over teams like FaZe, MiBR on LAN. that makes no sense that they would have 68 form points and then some random teams like forze have 63 if their losses didn't matter at all. another point to make is that 40% winrate is a lot better than 30% winrate. they can still have points in same way not everyone is a silver 1 if they lose more games than they win or in the same way you see players on faceit with <50% winrate and high ELO. especially when the quality of opponents changes (like getting more ELO for beating stronger opponents and losing less).
2019-05-07 18:41
maybe ENCE bad example because of decay but then you have FURIA with 104 points
2019-05-07 18:54
no, the admins haven't confirmed anything, and it pisses me off that they don't. i can't be sure about the 20% ratio between offline and lan, but i am sure about 20% ratio between regulation and overtime, because that's what i've found when comparing teams that played in the challenger and/or legend stage of the last 5 majors. it's the ideal tournament to test because there's usually no other tournaments going on at the same time. that comparison also leads me to conclude that losses are not counted, because the teams that went 3-0 got the same amount of points in the form category as the teams that went 3-2 AND independent of which teams they beat, so i'm certain that the elo-system is not used. i know that there is a factor applied depending on the size of the tournament (prizepool, number of top teams) in the lan and the achievements category, but i can't tell if that same factor is applied to individual matches in the form category. point decay and tournaments constantly rotating out makes it difficult to compare different tournaments. as for furia, ence, forze: online wins matter. furia have 37/8 online/lan wins, ence has 5/11, forze has 28/7;
2019-05-12 19:09
#20
 | 
Mongolia OSMonster 
ez for mouz and NRG
2019-05-07 00:13
#21
 | 
France J0riS 
Astralis 500 191 300 992 Nice maffs hltv
2019-05-07 00:13
#36
 | 
World Beard43 
lmao Liquid 369, 200, 238... 806...
2019-05-07 00:24
#127
ALEX | 
France Telt 
Decimal numbers that are rounded
2019-05-07 12:53
#132
 | 
United States fatburger 
d e c i m a l s
2019-05-07 13:29
Expected
2019-05-07 00:14
faze +1? why? I don't get it...
2019-05-07 00:17
#37
 | 
United States AproximateCS 
They were 5 before they won Miami, they went up to four because of it. Its not due to Sydney
2019-05-07 00:24
fair :)
2019-05-07 20:26
ence didnt do much besides play a few games at the start of the month and place 5-8th at starladder. faze lost their games and went 9-11th in starladder but then won blast miami, their epl group 3-0 (that one isnt even added to LAN/events as its not finished so they will rise even further). even if their results are bad in sydney/starladder they still achieved more overall
2019-05-07 00:31
#29
 | 
United States WilsonDS 
If Astralis continue this streak of not going to events they will be passed by liquid, even if it is just for a short amount of time.
2019-05-07 00:20
I wonder if it will force astralis to attend more events especially if they fail at some.
2019-05-07 00:33
You honestly think they take hltv rank into consideration when choosing the events they attend? :D
2019-05-07 04:11
Not specifically hltv rankings but also in people's eyes. If liquid and some other teams will be able to beat astralis in these events then why not reconsider for next year? It's nice PR campaign when you are considered the best.
2019-05-07 09:04
Like they really care about hltv no 1 ranking. They just want to play in few important events apart from blast and give their 100% in them and win them. They know that no 1 is just an outcome of their efforts.
2019-05-07 05:37
#30
 | 
Germany QuaktheDuck 
fnatic rank 6 de-ser-ved
2019-05-07 00:20
de-served men)
2019-05-07 01:10
#32
COCAINE | 
Syria Kansur 
liquid soon #1
2019-05-07 00:22
#38
 | 
World Beard43 
True
2019-05-07 00:24
M16R in top 10 nt men)))
2019-05-07 00:24
#39
 | 
Europe Jas_8 
C9 Major Winners in ‘18 Not Even Top 30 in ‘19 FeelsBadMan
2019-05-07 00:26
That's the result of changing roster like changing clothes
2019-05-07 00:51
A few good results from Mouz and BOOM, top12! Really?
2019-05-07 00:31
#59
 | 
United Kingdom MOISA 
A few good results against fairly good teams, they completely swapped renegades n10 in the list and barely lost to mibr on the quarters (if they managed to get to the third map they would've had wonned the series) not forgetting the 3-0 on pro league.. n12 is the perfect place for them rn, but they will soon be a top 5 team I can tell you
2019-05-07 00:46
3 good wins (2-0 vs North, 2-1 vs OpTic, 2-0 vs Rng), 2 decent wins (vs boot & BIG with a stand-in) and a few losses. I like Mouz a lot but they don't deserve to be so highly ranked yet.
2019-05-07 02:44
They just didn't win those matches. The way they dominated in some of those matches is reflected in their team rating in ESL Pro league EU and in iem Sydney. Also they've the potential for deep runs. Thus they deserve this rank.
2019-05-07 05:41
No/Maybe/No. You don't deserve a rank based on your "potential". WTF
2019-05-07 16:48
Ok maybe not. But their dominance against some opponents in 11-20 ranking has been reflected in their form and LAN points. That's why they're placed above teams like G2, avangar, furia, windigo, etc.
2019-05-07 18:21
#112
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Czech Republic Dur4ngo 
I gues you are mad they are right behind Vitality. Problem is Vitality and G2 didnt played any big events and lan
2019-05-07 08:12
I am not, I like most teams equally. And yes, those teams miss some important events cause ranking has an impact on invites. That's why I think putting Mouz so high is a bit unfair to some other teams.
2019-05-07 16:52
#120
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Slovakia sanjuro 
doesn't matter, if they are not placed correctly now they will go down in rankings.
2019-05-07 09:31
B0rup
2019-05-07 00:31
borup
2019-05-07 00:36
>skip tons of events >lose 8 points hmmmm
2019-05-07 00:36
#58
 | 
France J0riS 
Oh man dont worry cuz if they dont win blast they Will loose a lot of points because of skipping events
2019-05-07 00:42
#60
 | 
Canada Michaelides 
Skipping events doesn't lose you points except in the "form" category. They will lose more points as their older event wins and points will decay even more and some may be dropped completely.
2019-05-07 00:46
Liquid form 200 lol
2019-05-07 00:38
#63
 | 
Brazil jstrr 
fnatic over mibr lmaoo
2019-05-07 00:52
#110
jhd | 
Finland JHdash77 
It's true tho
2019-05-07 07:53
Not fair to nip
2019-05-07 00:55
+1 nip deserves top 5
2019-05-07 16:09
Astralis not 1000p NANI
2019-05-07 00:57
Furia #17 Big #18 LMAO
2019-05-07 00:59
Who claims the top spot In the event both Astralis and Liquid have 1000 points? Could happen if they play two different tournaments at the same time!?
2019-05-07 01:04
1000 is max but it scales. So if astralis gets better and better they stay at 1000 but other teams drop. What I mean by that is that there isn't some certain amount of wins that you need for 1000 points and there won't be 2 teams at 1000 (2 teams would need to be at exactly same level which won't happen as they would need same placements, same form beating same ranked teams etc.). Take a look at liquid form. They took max 200 points so astralis lost points there.
2019-05-07 01:23
Basically people look at this as a single ranking when they should be looking at this as 3 way ranking. 1 team is always top team with max points at 1 category. Others are scaled in comparison to how good they are. In this case astralis held 3 categories for the most part and now lost 1 of them to liquid which made them drop below 1000 points. So 1000 doesn't necessarily mean it was just as impressive as 1000 a few months ago. It just means that team is a leader in all 3 rankings: recent LANs, achievements, form.
2019-05-07 01:29
But still.. isn't it theoretically possible that both Astralis and Liquid play different tournaments and earn same points? I guess it's highly unlikely but in theory it could happen, no?
2019-05-07 01:46
I'm not sure. I think they would only allow 1 team to be a leader in category so 1000 for both should be impossible. It should be possible to have say 980 for each: 500, 200, 280 490, 190, 300 Not sure who would be 1st then
2019-05-07 01:54
#70
 | 
United States Trump2020KAG 
Closing that gap baby.
2019-05-07 01:06
#74
 | 
Denmark Zorrondo 
liquid only improving since taco's departure.
2019-05-07 01:15
#79
 | 
United States Trump2020KAG 
No no don’t say that. U will trigger all the taco dick riders who STILL claim taco is one of the most important and underrated csgo players currently.
2019-05-07 01:38
#87
 | 
South Africa nimmaJ 
Yeah MiBR did really well without him
2019-05-07 03:06
To be fair, they are playing at about the same level as their 2018 selves. Only difference is Astralis getting weaker and/or not attending tourneys
2019-05-07 02:51
#134
 | 
United States fatburger 
Yeah don’t really know what they’re talking about
2019-05-07 13:33
Yea baby Liquid the greatest CSGO team ever 😎😎😎
2019-05-07 08:17
#128
 | 
United States Trump2020KAG 
Greatest 2nd place team ever yes correct
2019-05-07 12:54
#76
 | 
Pakistan ^NewB 
Clown9 major champions but not even in top 30 HYPERLUL
2019-05-07 01:25
#84
NiKo | 
Asia LustBoi 
astralis without 1000 points ? era end for sure
2019-05-07 02:26
EZ top 1 for Liquid if they win summit4 and Dreamhack Dallas
2019-05-07 03:35
#91
 | 
Brazil Castanheira 
so furia> big
2019-05-07 03:49
Lol how did Hellraisers end up being outside of top30? wtf ? hahahaha
2019-05-07 04:02
How mibr is still above nrg?
2019-05-07 04:56
#96
Liazz | 
Bulgaria vanrad11 
C'mon G2 🥐 We need titles 🏆
2019-05-07 05:31
#99
 | 
Norway beastin 
TyLoo???
2019-05-07 06:00
TyLul
2019-05-07 06:22
is the author a fnatic fan?
2019-05-07 06:42
#107
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Czech Republic Prdola15 
Hltv Math?
2019-05-07 07:04
#111
jhd | 
Finland JHdash77 
Astralis no longer at 1000 points Pog
2019-05-07 07:55
#114
RapeN | 
Finland ENCEL 
RIP ENCE so sad...
2019-05-07 08:15
#116
kkt | 
Slovakia ypsylonnn 
Why is tricked top30 with a bump of 31?
2019-05-07 08:21
#118
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Poland BoczQ 
500+191+300=992 Good job hltv :)
2019-05-07 09:01
XD
2019-05-07 12:06
369+200+238=807
2019-05-07 12:21
#123
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China Rynaki 
Rip Chinese CS
2019-05-07 12:08
#125
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Lithuania Sealll 
Winstrike not in 30 rip
2019-05-07 12:15
#129
rain | 
Lithuania LevelUpp 
#ezforezaf
2019-05-07 13:03
ez4astralis
2019-05-07 13:13
Ez5Ence :(( that so sad
2019-05-07 13:33
why mouz gained so many points?
2019-05-07 13:40
mvp.pk and grayhound tho
2019-05-07 13:41
#141
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Chile strong221 
rip china numba won PepeHands
2019-05-07 14:07
#144
shox | 
India iejesus 
mouz > g2 ? lmao fuck off
2019-05-07 14:20
Nice
2019-05-07 14:53
Ez4 GOAT team Astralis
2019-05-07 14:55
MVP +36 I am happy for korean friends
2019-05-07 16:42
seems fair
2019-05-07 16:45
the rankings are a joke because one set of teams will attend one event then another set will attend a different one. Fnatic only had wins against NIP and NRG but they jump 4 places, even MIBR beat them 2-0. They need to get more events with the top 8 all together instead of 4 at one and then 4 at another.
2019-05-07 17:48
#164
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Czech Republic berkley 
nice
2019-05-08 00:40
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