One for the future: meyern

The fifth installment of our 'One for the future series' features its first-ever player from the Americas, 16-year-old Argentinean Ignacio "⁠meyern⁠" Meyer, who is currently in the ranks of his country’s top side, Isurus, and is set to face off against ENCE in their DreamHack Masters Dallas opening match.

Isurus have just started to swim in the deep waters of international Counter-Strike. In the second round of ESL Pro League Season 9 Americas, they faced Renegades, MIBR, and Complexity, and are now gearing up to play ENCE in their opening map at DreamHack's flagship Masters tournament in Dallas, Texas. Coming from a scene that has struggled to get a starting five capable of such feats, Isurus and meyern will be in the spotlight against some of the world's best teams this week.

meyern started playing Counter-Strike during the late 1.6 era, like some of the players profiled in this series who caught only the tail end of the pre-Global Offensive days in casual manner. In meyern’s case it was in 2012, at the age of nine and surrounded by the dying embers of the game, that the Argentinean took his first steps, going on to play competitively soon thereafter with a local team. Continuing a tradition that has seen a lot of young kids go on to surpass their elder siblings, meyern was following in the footsteps of his older brother, as did Aleksandr "⁠s1mple⁠" Kostyliev, or Marcelo "⁠coldzera⁠" David before becoming players of the year.

It wasn’t until 2015 that meyern picked up CS:GO with the goal of making Global Elite in Match Making, something that now looks like child's play through the rearview mirror. After having made some friends and participated in some lesser tournaments, meyern took the pick-up game route, grinding on platforms like GamersClub and ESEA. Slowly but surely, he started to make a name for himself, landing an offer from Keymotion in 2017. The early days weren’t easy for the then 14-year-old, whose first LAN event on record saw his team suffer a devastating loss in which they were unable to muster 10 rounds across two maps. meyern had a record low 0.44 LAN performance that series and received loads of criticism from the community. "Entering the competitive scene back then was a tough time for me,” he recalls.

meyern spent another half year with Keymotion and with an Uruguayan team under the Furious banner, where he met his current Isurus teammate Maximiliano "⁠max⁠" Gonzalez. With that lineup he had a mixed bag of performances online, but his potential was already peeking through. In 2018, after the Uruguayan lineup had split, he took a step forward and teamed up with one of Argentina’s most talented players, Luca "⁠Luken⁠" Nadotti, once again under Furious. “I started playing with Nacho [meyern] last year," says Luken, "when I found out he was free, Nahuel "⁠nhl⁠" Herrera, meyern, and I had the idea of competing for fun, but we also knew that there was some potential there.” The 22-year-old AWPer immediately saw a special talent in the youngster, noticing meyern’s strong individual and mechanical skills, an innate ability that could be molded into something great, and a proficiency in making quick and constant decisions in the server.

With this Furious lineup, meyern showed that he could also perform on LAN, at least at a local level, pushing through the rough beginnings he had endured with Keymotion. He averaged 1.20 and 1.21 ratings over eight maps at the two regional events he played with his new team, Musimundo Gaming Week 2018 and La Liga Pro 2018, where Furious lifted both trophies. Luken made an observation regarding the youngster’s character and ability for growth, stating that “he doesn’t have the damaging attitude that leads one to think he does everything well, but rather, if he sees someone doing something wrong, he can talk about it to help those around him get better, and when he makes mistakes he listens to others to learn how to overcome his own failings.”

After qualifying for WESG 2018 with Furious, bigger fish in the sea were lurking, and meyern got the call from Isurus, who had been undergoing a series of transformations since WESG 2017. In Haikou, China, Nicolás "⁠Noktse⁠" Dávila was wondering what would come of the team in case their then star player, Nicolas "⁠NikoM⁠" Miozzi, left to play elsewhere (which he would shortly afterward). Should they look for team players? Could they survive without a star? After several changes, Isurus found themselves with a mix of solid team players that fostered a certain stability, something that in hindsight seems to have been for the better, but it was ultimately after a period of tonic immobility that Noktse and company decided to bring in meyern and his teammate max. The young Argentinean player, carrying with him the extra fragging power that was needed, helped the sharks take a leap as they became the first non-Brazilian side to win ESL’s Latin America League, following it up by qualifying for DreamHack Masters Dallas and beating Complexity in a best-of-three series on LAN at ESL Pro League Season 9 Americas.

“I met meyern when he was 14, we used to play PUGs together at night,” says Noktse. "He has been growing in many ways ever since, but the things he has improved the most are his understanding of the game conceptually and his mechanics. When I say he has improved mechanically, I don’t mean he frags harder now, but rather that he understands some aspects of his style that he had to keep polishing in order to get closer to being able to play at a top level. He’s a lot more careful with his movement and with his decision making, especially when it comes to the details, and that is making him become a better player day by day."

The signing occurred naturally, as Noktse and meyern had been messaging each other for a while since it became apparent that the youngster could fit Isurus’ philosophy and understanding of the game. The 16-year-old played his first matches with his new team in December 2018 after having parted ways with a squad he had grown to be fond of, but coming in with his friend and teammate max helped smoothen the transition. After one month playing from home, meyern moved to Isurus’ gaming house in São Paulo, Brazil, something for which he is very thankful to his family, who are very supportive and haven't hindered his dream of becoming a professional CS player.

meyern stands out in the server due to his high-sensitivity aim

meyern’s most important matches to date came at the end of last month and in early May, at ESL Pro League Season 9 Americas, where Isurus played on LAN against some regional rivals as well as some of the best teams competing in the American continent. Across 14 maps in six matches, the youngster averaged a 1.22 rating, the second-highest in the team, behind AWPer and leader Noktse. The tournament saw meyern leave behind an all-headshots USP ace against MIBR on Overpass for the books, as well as a solid performance in his team’s 2-1 victory over Complexity. “Playing some of the best teams during this last LAN was an incredible feeling," says meyern. "It was something I always wanted to do, although it was a learning experience for me because I made a lot of mistakes that I have to fix."

When first watching meyern, the two most obvious factors that pop out of the screen immediately demanding the viewer’s attention concern his mechanical ability. The first one is movement: meyern can at times glide seducingly in and around corners, but can just as easily switch gears and catch opponents off-guard with relentless aggression—much like the mako shark after which his team is named, the fastest shark in the ocean—, to the point where he can surprise rivals either early enough in the round that they are not yet settled in their positions, or with quick peeks and repeeks.

He is also very proficient at taking angles after already having been spotted, particularly on the CT side, catching opponents off-balance when defending and putting himself in positions to get defensive multi-kill rounds. The second point, which is what affords him the ability to make risky plays on both attack and defense, and is something that makes meyern deadly in opening duels—with a very strong 1.16 opening kill ratio to show for it—is his pixel perfect high-sensitivity aim, something that can be seen when he is tracking as well as when he flicks, or just with the speed at which he clears different angles.

Such crisp aim, while impressive, is also a double-edged sword: the tendency to rely on it against weaker opposition can cause problems when facing higher IQ players that know how to gain positional advantage or pick better timings in duels. This could be seen at the ESL Studios earlier this month when meyern was caught out in the open on several occasions, unable to retaliate as even his calculated movement and quick crosshair control were not enough to compensate against opponents that will punish even the smallest of mistakes. The 16-year-old wants to keep improving his aim and become more meticulous and creative, two characteristics that will be key to his success as pairing smarter plays with an already impressive aim will allow him to be in a better position to win duels without having to rely so much on reflexes.

One part of the game in which meticulousness and creativity would help meyern, for example, is during retake situations, perhaps one of his weaker points, as he sometimes puts himself in overly disadvantageous situations that make him an easy target, especially when playing against opposition of a level that he is not quite used to yet. Lesser opponents may not be able to take as much advantage of having the upper hand, and meyern can win situations thanks to his lightning-fast aim, but the players he is now starting to face aren't going to be as forgiving.

On the offense, meyern tends to either be an aggressor, trying to get his team the early round advantage, or goes in second/third to trade and clear out sites. In standard plays, he has also been seen playing for map control at times, even stepping away into the periphery without his teammates, although this is the exception. Perhaps the weaker of his two sides, meyern can tilt the scales in his team's favor with explosive plays or multi-kill rounds, but he also tends to fall off early in rounds when things don't seem to be working out for his team.

On the defense, his duties change from map to map, but he has a tendency to be given important positions, like Outside/Mini on Nuke, where he makes good use of his skills with the AUG, a weapon he also likes to use around the A site and Ladder Room on Train. A rotator on Overpass, he can also play aggressively when called for, and he has been seen picking up the secondary AWP on Dust2 to scope down Mid through double doors. Although he does use the AWP on occasion, he does not use it to the extent or in the way that a full-fledged AWPer would, but with 9.35% of kills with the sniper rifle this year he is not that far off from one of his idols, Nikola "⁠NiKo⁠" Kovač.

Argentina is a country where egos run rampant, where players can’t team up because of problems outside of the server and squads are akin to a game of jenga, with different pieces getting moved around before eventually crumbling under their own weight. It will be crucial for meyern to learn how to navigate the scene and keep his feet on the ground as he starts to get more attention from players, teams, fans, and press. In Luken’s words, it’s important that meyern, “a player born with the innate talent that is necessary to become one of the best,” does not just "have that talent, but is also able to harness it.” Something he says that meyern can do by applying things “that he can be taught by players with more experience, like Noktse, in order to keep progressing in his development."

Staying humble and keeping an appetite for glory, according to Noktse, will be key to the youngster's progression, as well as staying firm in his convictions about the proper way to practice and play CS. For meyern, himself, this is the second big tournament he’s going to play on LAN. "It is not just any tournament," he says. "My focus is to keep climbing and to continue getting better and better all the time."

Related articles:

France One for the future: ZywOo
Bulgaria One for the future: CeRq
Finland One for the future: sergej
Bulgaria One for the future: poizon

Brazil Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1236
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.11
Argentina Nicolas 'NikoM' Miozzi
Nicolas 'NikoM' Miozzi
Age:
23
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
391
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Argentina Luca 'Luken' Nadotti
Luca 'Luken' Nadotti
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
215
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.13
Argentina Nahuel 'nhl' Herrera
Nahuel 'nhl' Herrera
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
130
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Argentina Nicolás 'Noktse' Dávila
Nicolás 'Noktse' Dávila
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
585
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.12
Argentina Ignacio 'meyern' Meyer
Ignacio 'meyern' Meyer
Age:
18
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
349
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Uruguay Maximiliano 'max' Gonzalez
Maximiliano 'max' Gonzalez
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
302
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1291
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
Ukraine Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Age:
22
Rating 1.0:
1.24
Maps played:
1223
KPR:
0.85
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.10
n1
2019-05-28 14:52
Not really he's by far the weakest one they've done yet They are getting bolder
2019-05-28 22:42
God meyern
2019-05-28 14:52
wtf men ))))) ence rosters > meyern
2019-06-03 07:46
#7
fnx | 
Europe Taehyung
ARG CS LUL
2019-05-28 14:52
#134
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Argentina Konigmdq
portugal cs? D:
2019-05-28 17:24
Portugal LUL
2019-05-28 17:39
lul'd
2019-05-31 23:44
Portugal cs
2019-06-02 23:51
#281
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Indonesia rezrex
portugal omegalul all tier 5
2019-06-05 15:37
Awesome to see stuff for meyern
2019-05-28 14:54
#9
NiKo | 
Turkey leame
brollan?
2019-05-28 14:52
#13
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Australia krittyx
terrible player
2019-05-28 14:53
#171
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Argentina t0xy
terribly good
2019-05-28 18:27
We'll see him in irrelevant SA online leagues in 3 years... Truly one for the future...
2019-05-28 14:53
#27
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United Kingdom XNL
Tbf, the other 4 players they've made articles on have gone on to be decent players. Poizon is still up and coming, but he won't be able to show his full potential at Windigo.
2019-05-28 14:57
well, all the featured ones were from europe and had more opportunities than a player in SA, also they were still more known at the time
2019-05-28 15:01
#45
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United Kingdom XNL
Give him time man. He's playing today at DH, he may surprise us.
2019-05-28 15:03
This Is like football, look where are they were China and USA a few years ago, and look now..
2019-05-28 15:10
Windigo - won WESG Finals, play in the biggest CS region in the world Isurus - only qualified for WESG and DHMasters, play in one of the most underdeveloped and irrelevant scenes
2019-05-28 15:02
#50
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United Kingdom XNL
People said that about the BR scene and look at how that developed. MiBR were the best team in the world for a while.
2019-05-28 15:05
And is looking very solid recently (last weeks).
2019-05-28 16:16
Hltv predicted well about zywoo, cerq, sergej, poizon also won WESG after predict, so let's see
2019-05-28 14:55
Argentina CS OmegaLul
2019-05-28 14:55
UAE cs?
2019-05-28 18:21
1:1
2019-05-28 18:23
Teams in argentina get to NA at least
2019-05-28 18:26
ARG CS>BR CS
2019-05-28 14:57
delusional much
2019-05-28 20:00
MEYERN THE AMOW PAPA
2019-05-28 14:58
#35
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Brazil KampBR
He is really good, let's see
2019-05-28 14:59
Yes babyyy
2019-05-28 14:59
Might be a good signing for mibr in the future Maybe -felps +meyern
2019-05-28 15:00
#68
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United Kingdom XNL
Could be a slight language barrier. I'm not sure how well the MiBR guys speak Spanish.
2019-05-28 15:16
I'm pretty sure meyern must know a bit of Portuguese
2019-05-28 15:18
#83
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Brazil nuke_brs
We can understand Spanish pretty well(if they speak slowly) but by some reason they can’t understand Portuguese and if they were going to pick someone like him might as well go with kscerato or yurih. Plus the majority of MIBR fans wouldn’t accept an Argentinian on the team
2019-05-28 15:27
#94
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United Kingdom XNL
Kscerato would be a much better pick up. I'm surprised they haven't already to be honest.
2019-05-28 15:43
Only the kids (aka gaulês followers) wouldnt accept an argentinian on mibr And at least from my MM experience, they understand PT better than we understand ES, in general So many times a manito gave a call like "arriba" or "abajo de la ventana" and the BR guy didn't understand
2019-05-28 15:54
Lol br fans can let two Americans on the team over an Argentinian?
2019-05-28 16:26
#144
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Brazil KampBR
We hated the line up with americans
2019-05-28 17:34
The calls in Spanish and PT are almost the same, he should only learn a lit
2019-05-28 15:27
#126
Luken | 
Sweden fxzo
If I'm not wrong Argentina don't have servers so they have to play with BR so I'm sure he knows a bit of Portuguese
2019-05-28 16:54
#128
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United Kingdom XNL
There are servers in Chile and Peru. And if they do play on BR servers I doubt they are playing with Brazilian players
2019-05-28 16:59
#129
Luken | 
Sweden fxzo
Oh that's true, but at least Spanish calls and Portuguese call are similar
2019-05-28 17:05
#145
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Argentina fhaep
on mm yes, but we dont have good esea/faceit servers here so we use gamersclub (the variant from brazil) so yeah... we play with brs a lot
2019-05-28 17:38
#147
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United Kingdom XNL
Oh, well thanks for clarifying. Would you say there is a bit of the language barrier between Spanish and Portuguese speakers?
2019-05-28 17:40
#150
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Argentina fhaep
not for me since i've been playing for years, and if he gets propper classes he would be speaking good portuguese pretty fast (he probably alredy speaks well) fun fact: a big streamer in the brazilian community is argentine and a lot of his viewers dont know that - fun fact 2: calls are similar because argentines copied brazilian ones, if you compare d2 1.6 and go calls they are completely different because we adapt ours to match theirs so we can communicate better
2019-05-28 17:49
#151
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United Kingdom XNL
Gracias, realmente he aprendido algo en HLTV
2019-05-28 17:56
Probably, he would have a chance in a "smaller" br team than MIBR before, dude. Maybe a TeamOne, like NikoM. Maybe Sharks. Maybe INTZ, who knows.
2019-05-28 16:18
be aware, argentinian CS come's and will be here for a long time fella's
2019-05-28 15:00
He's a very good player, if he learns english he can easily get a spot in some t2 NA team. He's too way better than markE for example
2019-05-28 15:01
It is impossible, the esports are not yet inclusive enough to accept many Latinos and less someone 16 years old, wait a bit.
2019-05-28 15:04
Even zqk played in a NA team, it's just about to prove yourself a great player
2019-05-28 15:12
#101
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Mexico BasicN1ga
Oof yeah he can be the best latam player (oustide brazil) But i think marke is a bit better rn he is carrying eunited But both definetly can compete in tier2 team easily
2019-05-28 15:56
soulM8 is better
2019-05-28 15:02
Great edit btw
2019-05-28 15:03
Meyer Argentina Here come the conspiracies
2019-05-28 15:03
#109
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Denmark Lassy
It's actually El Salvador
2019-05-28 16:10
ARG CS XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2019-05-28 15:03
I dint know that Luxembourg had internet lol
2019-05-28 15:06
fakeflagging btw nt tho XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2019-05-28 15:09
Luxembourg is a developed EU country tho, tf are you talking about lmao?
2019-05-28 17:32
ARG education LOOOOL
2019-05-28 18:44
Dude wtf? Luxembourg is one of the richest countries in the world..
2019-05-28 18:43
Messi fan, cry more
2019-05-28 18:44
????? Nice answer, idiot
2019-05-28 18:45
Messi or fressi?
2019-05-28 18:48
What does have to do Messi with you being a fucking ignorant?
2019-05-28 18:52
Frionel
2019-05-28 18:56
#51
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Argentina Dll14
Meyern best player in SA, meyern> coldzera
2019-05-28 15:07
Playera un kkkkk
2019-05-28 15:06
+1111
2019-05-28 15:11
gl kid
2019-05-28 15:07
#56
mika | 
Faroe Islands kLango
GL Monster!!
2019-05-28 15:10
One for the future: Jamppi One for the future: Plopski
2019-05-28 15:11
Best SA player
2019-05-28 15:11
#63
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Europe LoookATme
Never hear about that men ty hltv:)
2019-05-28 15:12
#67
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Malaysia Suno[t]
nice vamos
2019-05-28 15:16
hope he destroy ence :)
2019-05-28 15:16
#70
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Argentina DxRama
Best sa talent
2019-05-28 15:16
Best SA Player for sure
2019-05-28 15:17
better than baitzera
2019-05-28 15:17
Very overrated, we do nothing with just good aim. Hope he gains experience and stops making bad decisions tho, gl kid
2019-05-28 15:18
FC meyern
2019-05-28 15:20
He will have to leave his local scene if he wants international relevance
2019-05-28 15:22
#80
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Poland Oleczeq
He's gonna be best SA player for sure
2019-05-28 15:23
Yeaaaahhh booooyy If someone thinks he has no potential, I invite you to watch his streams by yourself. He has amazing skill movements and aim. He's just 16 years old
2019-05-28 15:24
Better than mibr
2019-05-28 15:24
talent
2019-05-28 15:33
sergej gonna own this kid
2019-05-28 15:34
top 10 next year
2019-05-28 15:44
GL meyern manito pero aprendes inglish cuz argentina no mucho buenos times
2019-05-28 15:47
AHAHHAAHA are you polyglot?
2019-05-29 06:26
la wea wn reqlo ctm xuxa la q kuelga te voy sacar la krejta x la xuxa sapo perkin cupa la tula
2019-06-09 14:22
Mixwell Alex Lowel Meyern Marke Cheers
2019-05-28 15:49
#99
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Mexico BasicN1ga
That be a top 20 team maybe a top15 Meyern and MarKe are the 2 best latam players by far Alex is a really good igl imo And lowel and mixwell just too good
2019-05-28 15:54
In a dream scenario this team could pass the top 10 If ence and Vitality did it they also can
2019-05-28 16:54
#102
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South Africa @FyreCS
Best Argentinian/Uruaguy team: Notske -IGL / awper Nikom - Rifle Luken -Rifle/ 2nd caller Meyern - Rifle Nhl/Max - Support I like Max tho more because I’ve seen him pay and is still young. What you think mens)))
2019-05-28 15:58
nhl support? lul
2019-05-28 16:09
#100
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Germany syn420
meyern is a CT GOD!
2019-05-28 15:56
oK
2019-05-28 16:00
MEYERN? Is this city from Essos?
2019-05-28 16:03
It's Mereen,Khaleesi
2019-05-28 18:02
How high sense does he play with? :)
2019-05-28 16:09
liquipedia says 1236 edpi
2019-05-28 16:46
#172
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Argentina t0xy
400 dpi 3.09, not tooooo high
2019-05-28 18:33
its not insanely high yeah :)
2019-06-04 12:06
tldr
2019-05-28 16:10
waiting for the article about "dycha"
2019-05-28 16:23
picked him on my fantasy, mainly to show support but I think he has a bright future ahead
2019-05-28 16:27
+MEYERN +Nikom +3 = Arg major
2019-05-28 16:37
#135
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Argentina Konigmdq
hahahah +1
2019-05-28 17:25
#154
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Argentina fhaep
meyern nikom vsm ksc and fallen for leadership, easiest major ever
2019-05-28 18:02
if valve ever releases v$m's ban...
2019-05-28 18:33
#118
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France Th0p456
I'm actually impressed by how accurate this series of articles have been at predicting future talents. Zywoo, CeRq and sergej have all joined a team in the top 10. And poizon has been really impressive with Windigo earlier this year. Good job hltv! I'm curious to see if this track record will hold.
2019-05-28 16:45
Upcomming the One Future of the Eneshan
2019-05-28 16:48
#123
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Brazil igster
c😎😎l
2019-05-28 16:49
BAYERN
2019-05-28 17:14
Nikom do zapzap is better
2019-05-28 17:18
Gl to this young talent!
2019-05-28 17:23
#136
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Brazil Exfm
meyern_1_major_s1mple_0_major
2019-05-28 17:26
Ez for him
2019-05-28 17:30
The next S1mple
2019-05-28 17:58
#155
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Colombia AlejoBuh
MeyernENP
2019-05-28 18:09
men i'm gold nova can you make One for the future - vivabelarus pls
2019-05-28 18:10
#176
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Argentina t0xy
ez 4 ignacio el niÑO PIJA
2019-05-28 18:40
Any potential for Argentina to build a half decent team around this kid? Or is joining a Brazilian team his best hope for success?
2019-05-28 18:44
I think Isurus with a little tweak will do, like adding Luken for max or reversive
2019-05-28 19:49
#216
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Brazil wdks
god
2019-05-28 19:50
He is insane
2019-05-28 20:08
GO MEYERNNNN GL ISURUS
2019-05-28 20:22
ENP <3 meyern, noktse, luken/nikom +2
2019-05-28 20:26
yes meyern ndeah
2019-05-28 21:40
#230
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Argentina w33nter
nice one! great player, the promisse, the boy who survived, aka harry potter
2019-05-28 21:44
I already knew this by 2016, best mechanical skills I've ever witnessed, comparable to shroud's. Gl broski, si estás leyendo esto, me prometiste en ese entonces que cuando estuvieras jugando en EEUU me entregabas la cola, digo faca. Salu2
2019-05-28 21:51
shroud? He's just a streamer you know? Average skills in cs, "good" at best
2019-05-28 22:43
Shroud dont have skills, he just have very GL
2019-05-29 15:40
noktse is 100% better
2019-05-28 22:21
mufadaso
2019-05-28 22:28
3-18
2019-05-28 22:32
#241
NEO | 
Switzerland gaxen
4-3-19 and 35 ADR, so fucking good xd
2019-05-28 22:41
look how he played against renegades
2019-06-01 13:47
Ignacio "4 frags for the future" Meyer
2019-05-28 22:42
#245
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Chile gentleeH
4 frags nt tier 69 player LUL
2019-05-28 23:03
Chile scene LUL where are proxure? Go to GC boi
2019-05-28 23:36
fan of MIBR LUL. Why envy? we already won two finals
2019-05-29 06:31
#248
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Finland Teukkasd
XD
2019-05-28 23:34
jinxed
2019-05-29 01:06
4-19 against ence yikes
2019-05-29 02:33
#259
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Argentina cri$9to
Really? The frags matter¿? dude.. 16 years old! dude growup. lets the scene in SA just give some time to mature
2019-05-29 05:22
Yes it matters. They are playing for tens and hundreds of thousands of euros.
2019-05-29 16:05
lol 4kill
2019-05-29 17:14
#263
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United States siloen27
X2
2019-05-29 13:23
I LOLED OUT LAUD
2019-05-29 02:48
One 4 the future
2019-05-29 04:44
3 kill
2019-05-29 17:14
#269
dont | 
Czech Republic @me
Inb4 taking a break from CS due to being unmotivated
2019-05-29 19:53
glhf
2019-05-29 22:34
35 adr for the future kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
2019-06-01 15:01
#279
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Argentina Konigmdq
81.3 *
2019-06-04 07:40
nt kscerato
2019-06-01 18:28
It didn't go well
2019-06-03 15:51
oof
2019-06-06 06:48
#283
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India Noobdian
Wow
2019-06-06 06:51
new bot? bot meyern?
2019-06-06 10:45
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