Team Ranking: September 2019 and EPC winner

We have updated our global team ranking—powered by EGB.com—for September 2019, and announced the winner of this month's EPC Shooting Stars prize.

September marked the return to an action-packed schedule for CS:GO, with the Major concluding and a plethora of events taking place as things went back into full swing. The results from StarLadder Major Berlin, BLAST Pro Series Moscow, ESL One New York, and DreamHack Masters Malmö, as well as from a handful of smaller events, all had an impact on the rankings. Alongside new events happening, it is important to note that ESL One Cologne—the most important event aside from the Majors—, is no longer regarded in the Recent LANs category, which limited NiP and Vitality's rise in the ranking update, and cost Liquid some points.

fnatic's Malmö victory sees them skyrocket in the rankings

Many teams also lost points this month due to roster changes, including four out of the top ten teams: fnatic, Vitality, ENCE, and Natus Vincere, with FURIA, FaZe and G2 all placed outside of that range after adding new players to their squads.

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 September 2, 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.
397
200
300
897
+3
2.
500
69
253
822
-1
3.
296
194
198
688
+2
4.
173
149
233
555
+15
5.
163
146
197
506
+10
6.
258
98
142
498
-4
7.
139
164
80
383
+2
8.
179
58
110
347
-5
9.
141
67
103
311
-3
10.
95
91
84
270
+6
11.
88
61
61
210
-4
12.
101
55
52
208
-2
13.
101
40
60
201
+1
14.
85
45
67
197
-2
15.
45
67
54
166
+6
16.
66
60
31
157
-5
17.
77
22
56
155
-9
18.
34
83
35
152
-
19.
29
73
41
143
+5
20.
31
51
35
117
-7
21.
27
34
30
91
+1
22.
19
42
28
89
+8
23.
13
52
16
81
-3
24.
13
30
29
72
+25
25.
15
39
17
71
+11
26.
16
19
31
66
-3
27.
13
48
5
66
+1
28.
1
64
0
65
-11
29.
5
54
6
65
+10
30.
11
45
9
65
+18

Please note that the +/- gain on this table differs from our weekly rankings page, and it is related to the ranking update of September 2nd.

fnatic return to the elite

After the trophy lift on home soil, fnatic have jumped up to the fourth place in the rankings, climbing up from No.28, where they sat right after the roster change that followed their disappointing Minor campaign. With Robin "flusha" Rönnquist and Maikil "Golden" Selim back in the squad, fnatic had a slow start in Malmö, taking a beating against ENCE before edging out TYLOO 2-1. The Swedes managed to bounce back against a disorganized G2 before defeating FURIA to grab a place in the playoffs, where the really interesting part of their showing started.

In a domestic derby, fnatic looked anything but convincing, but still managed to edge out NiP 2-1 for the series. The performance they put in against Astralis was the shocking part, with a 2-0 victory against their neighbours putting them in the grand final, where their experience showed as they took down Vitality 2-1.

Bringing back flusha and Golden worked out perfectly for the Swedes

With a fourth place in the ranking, fnatic return to the elite for the first time in a while. The Swedes had a short stint as the fifth-best team in the world following second-place finishes at StarSeries i-League Season 7 and IEM Sydney earlier this year, but the last time they kept their place in the top 5 for a significant portion of time was in 2018, when they took titles at IEM Katowice 2018 and at the WESG 2017 Global Finals, fielding a roster very similar to the one they have now.

While fnatic's struggling form in the middle of the year will see them miss out on some invites moving forward, Golden and co. will have a chance to bolster their standings at ESL Pro League and the upcoming StarSeries i-League Season 8. Strong showings at both events are needed from the Swedes if they want to fend off the approaching teams such as Vitality and Natus Vincere, and to start closing the gap on the big three: Astralis, Liquid, and Evil Geniuses.

Liquid back to second

After a hot summer, Liquid cooled off towards the start of the fall. Over the course of September, the squad participated at the StarLadder Major, ESL One New York 2019 and the recently-concluded DreamHack Masters Malmö, none of which saw North America's finest walk away with the expected gold medal. In addition to their LAN efforts, the squad participated in the first week of online play of ECS Season 8, falling short against Sharks in the semi-finals.

Liquid's recent dip in form was an unexpected turn of events, particularly in light of their previously mentioned summer season run, during which the team had knocked the ball out of the park, landing five consecutive LAN tournament titles in Dallas, Montpellier, Cologne, Los Angeles and Chicago. Struggles commenced at the StarLadder Major, where the team was projected to comfortably walk away with their first Major trophy. While the squad retained Legends status, a top-eight finish paled in comparison to their prior results, causing concern amongst pundits and fans alike.

Liquid have much work ahead of them to return to No.1

The team traveled to New York in looks to impress in front of their home crowd, but an iconic rematch with long-time nemeses Astralis went south, once more denying the American squad a shot at their former first-place glory. Rounding out their September performances was the recently-concluded DreamHack Masters Malmö 2019, a tournament that saw the team finish in 9-12th after being upset in two maps by Grayhound.

There is no contention in regards to whether Liquid are one of the strongest rosters around, irrespective as to what recent results may suggest. Individual talent has always been the shining light for the team, and coupled with the strategic component brought by tactical masterminds in Nick "nitr0" Cannella and Eric "adreN" Hoag, Liquid stand as one of the best to have ever done it. Circulating rumours of roster adjustments have been dispelled, suggesting a unified vision for the future of the team: one where the squad remains intact, ready to work on whichever aspects, in-game or out, it takes to regain composure and rise back to No.1.

AVANGAR soar in the ranking

Just a month has passed since AVANGAR finished their underdog story in Berlin, placing second to Astralis at the Major, but it seems almost like it was ages ago with how many tournaments have been played out since. Led by their star AWPer Dzhami "Jame" Ali, and inspired riflers Alexey "qikert" Golubev and Timur "buster" Tulepov, AVANGAR earned their silver medal by defeating big names such as Renegades, Liquid, Vitality, and G2. And the Kazakh squad didn't stop at that, following the Major up with another success the next week, when they came back from an 0-2 start at BLAST Pro Series Moscow to qualify for the grand final, where they defeated forZe 2-1.

AVANGAR peaked at #3 in the rankings after recent achievements

A second place at a Major and a win at a $250,000 event saw AVANGAR not only establish themselves as the second-best CIS squad—a title they were fighting for with forZe for some time—, but take the number one spot as they leapfrogged Natus Vincere as well.

Troubles in the dominant CIS team, Natus Vincere, raised concerns surrounding AVANGAR's project, but the young Kazakh team will be sticking together no matter what. Holding their high ranking will be difficult due to the fact they did not receive invites to events such as ESL One New York or DreamHack Masters Malmö, which makes their results at the upcoming tournaments, StarSeries i-League Season 8 and the ECS Season 8 Finals, that more important.

FaZe out of the top 15 after three years

A team that finds itself at a low point is FaZe, who have dipped outside of the top 15 for the first time since they displayed massive improvements after adding Finn "karrigan" Andersen in November of 2016. Over almost three whole years, FaZe had been a stable top 10 team, at times even holding the #1 spot.

The drop comes as a result of poor showings at tournaments leading up to the Major and also in Berlin, as well as two roster changes that followed and cost FaZe a portion of their ranking points. At their first event since replacing Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács and Filip "NEO" Kubski with Marcelo "coldzera" David and Helvijs "broky" Saukants, FaZe looked uninspired, finishing 7-8th at ESL One New York after 2-0 losses to Evil Geniuses and OpTic.

NiKo's team finds itself in a difficult position

Luckily for FaZe, they have a couple of events lined up at which they can show that they deserve a higher spot in the rankings, but they will have to earn that with wins at ESL Pro League and at a pretty stacked IEM Beijing. Should the super-star roster have a couple more uninspired showings, they get into the difficult position teams outside of the top find themselves, with an arduous task of battling the plethora of hungry tier 2 teams for a place at the big boys' table.

ENCE sink to eighth

The Finnish squad joined the elite at the start of 2019 after an inspiring underdog run to a second-place finish at the IEM Katowice Major. That result saw ENCE get into the top 5 of the world rankings, a spot they held on to thanks to numerous high finishes and a win at BLAST Pro Series Madrid in May. Despite it being known that Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen would be departing the team following the StarLadder Major, the Finns had a respectable showing there as well, placing 5-8th. However, since Miikka "suNny" Kemppi officially entered the roster, things haven't been so rosy.

ENCE bowed out of Malmö early, continuing a streak of poor results

The former mousesports player's debut was at BLAST Pro Series Moscow, where ENCE finished fifth out of six teams, with the team then placing 5th-6th at the eight-team ESL One New York. Lastly, at DreamHack Masters Malmö, ENCE ended 9-12th following defeats to Vitality and FURIA. Overall, Aleksi "allu" Jalli and co. picked up just two BO1 victories, over fnatic and NiP, and one BO3 win over eUnited. While quite a few of their losses have been close, there is no hiding from the fact that their track record has been poor since the removal of their in-game leader.

These results see ENCE drop out of the top five for the first time since their rise to the elite, and with them not taking part in ESL Pro League nor attending events such as IEM Beijing, a bigger drop is to be expected. On the other hand, some time off from events is maybe what the team needs before attempting to bounce back to where they were before the roster change.

EPC Winner - Illuminar secure EPC Shooting Stars prize

Illuminar are the most improved team of September, having moved up from 49th to 24th in the world rankings. As a result, the team is eligible to redeem a seven-day bootcamp for six at the Kinguin Esports Performance Center (EPC), a premium esports bootcamp facility located in Warsaw, Poland, possible thanks to a partnership between HLTV.org and Kinguin.

innocent and co. are September's EPC Shooting Stars prize winners

Over the course of September, the Polish squad was able to secure gold at the LAN finals of Games Clash Masters 2019 in Gdynia, Poland, where they took down AGO, FURIA and Aristocracy before besting Sprout in flawless fashion in the best-of-five grand final. Additionally, the team participated in a handful of online events including ESEA MDL Season 32 Europe and the European Champions Cup, albeit with results less fruitful than the ones during their outstanding LAN showing.

Brazil Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.20
Maps played:
1053
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.12
Latvia Helvijs 'broky' Saukants
Helvijs 'broky' Saukants
Age:
18
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
219
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.12
Slovakia Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Age:
28
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1440
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.11
United States Nick 'nitr0' Cannella
Nick 'nitr0' Cannella
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1198
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.14
United States Eric 'adreN' Hoag
Eric 'adreN' Hoag
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
597
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.15
Russia Dzhami 'Jame' Ali
Dzhami 'Jame' Ali
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.14
Maps played:
658
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.55
APR:
0.09
Finland Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Age:
22
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
588
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.18
Poland Filip 'NEO' Kubski
Filip 'NEO' Kubski
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1681
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.17
Kazakhstan Timur 'buster' Tulepov
Timur 'buster' Tulepov
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
787
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.12
Sweden Maikil 'Golden' Selim
Maikil 'Golden' Selim
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
521
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.14
Finland Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1034
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.15
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
1523
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Sweden Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1475
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.18
Finland Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1384
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.11
Kazakhstan Alexey 'qikert' Golubev
Alexey 'qikert' Golubev
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
739
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.13
#1
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North America ZachS721 
Lol nice
2019-10-07 23:01
#5
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Sweden Unluko 
Lets goo
2019-10-07 23:02
pogg
2019-10-07 23:04
Lockquid
2019-10-07 23:53
#99
nex | 
Germany Der_Pabst 
3 polish teams in the top 30 lol
2019-10-09 16:49
congrats to fnatic!
2019-10-07 23:01
Woo for fnatic, good to see then back again
2019-10-07 23:02
#32
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Albania Scareagle 
hope they can do well on there next big event
2019-10-07 23:50
Yeah, hopefully!
2019-10-09 22:47
#4
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Hungary mEZENCEphalon 
fnatic top 1 incoming
2019-10-07 23:02
FaZe and MIBR should not be top 30
2019-10-07 23:03
EZ4SHARKS
2019-10-07 23:04
Stewie2K back to #2 .. he should change his nickname to Stew1K if Liquid wants to reclaim #1
2019-10-07 23:05
-naf +autimatic
2019-10-08 05:43
#100
nex | 
Germany Der_Pabst 
wtf
2019-10-09 16:49
polish team wins poland bootcamp nice
2019-10-07 23:05
Illuminar =polish Epc=polish Sounds fishy?🤔
2019-10-07 23:07
Astralis=#1 HLTV=Danish website now that's fishy if anything
2019-10-07 23:25
Hows hltv danish?? If so. Thx4info
2019-10-07 23:26
#55
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Canada herocoolzzz 
it is, hltv is danish website
2019-10-08 03:08
#80
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Denmark ChirosK 
You need serious help..
2019-10-08 12:13
you are the one that needs help if you think that wasn't a bait
2019-10-08 12:32
Ez4 IHG
2019-10-07 23:07
#14
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Germany Trax_ 
nice! Great ranking, like the details
2019-10-07 23:08
EZ4FURIA
2019-10-07 23:08
#16
Puls3 | 
World bigb1rd 
This ranking is ludicrous. 4th in the world after winning a single event with a brand new roster....really?
2019-10-07 23:09
#38
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Norway birbbI 
Also Avangar literally not doing anything and maintaining their spot, wtf?
2019-10-07 23:58
#51
Xyp9x | 
Denmark Khronov 
They won blast moscow
2019-10-08 01:20
#66
NBK- | 
Ireland Synk_VEXG 
The bloody article says they beat forze 2-0... It was 2-1, i was litterally at the arena..
2019-10-08 08:46
#73
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Australia |Rizzo| 
And grayhound beating both esl one New York champions and number one team in world yet no change???
2019-10-08 10:48
Avangar defeated 2-1 ForZe at BPS Moscow btw, not 2-0
2019-10-07 23:09
This is not fair to Avangar. They barely invited to any kinda tournament how the fuck they maintain on top?
2019-10-07 23:17
#85
 | 
Germany Shackrag 
they got a lot of points for 'form'. a team that doesnt play in many tournaments cant disappoint there. on the other side teams like vitality that take part in a lot of events and play at their level in some but also below in some other don't get these points. it is kinda unfair but it hopefully will change because their avangars rating is still inflated and will continue to fall with time unless they prove themselves
2019-10-08 12:44
Yeah... they will play at Starllader tho. Lets see
2019-10-08 14:34
#93
 | 
Poland Chiirs 
If they are so good, they will qualify for many events.
2019-10-08 19:51
Who said they are good? I said its unfair.
2019-10-08 20:09
#97
 | 
Poland Chiirs 
They won blast, so they are getting invited. That ranking doesn't mean much anyway. Below top 20 or top 30 it's basically useless.
2019-10-08 22:16
#19
 | 
France IGC_Ray 
1 win at a LAN and you jump from 28th to 4th, not really balanced... Even if Fnatic made an exceptional performance at Malmö, we cannot say for now that they are the 4th best team in the world !
2019-10-07 23:17
Avangar fluked seriously. They got to the major with an easier bracket than anyone in the other side. They won 1 blast literally with ence and a new player, fucking nip, mibr, forze and navi who were just about to replace zeus. They aint even real top10 material.
2019-10-07 23:19
Watch cs go alone on HLTV thank you everything Fucking kids there are a lot of kid on HLTV stupid Brain Navi Nip mibr forze not strong team first second They won Vitality Liquid and G2 at the major You born fluke why are you born?stupid kid >?you event don;t use your brain
2019-10-07 23:48
watch alone cs go bye
2019-10-07 23:49
Ence biggest fluke ever
2019-10-07 23:55
yo wtf chill man
2019-10-08 01:25
Fluke Time not Jame time
2019-10-07 23:21
shut up please son of whore
2019-10-07 23:30
Win Major +300 points Win Dreamhack +450 points That's all you should know about it 😅
2019-10-07 23:23
the points are relative, not absolute. the amount of points a tournament is worth is relative to how many wins the first place has. easy example: if the first place only has one big win, then winning a big tournament will put you right next to them. no matter where you were before, you'll get hundreds of points. but if the first place has 5 big wins under their belt, then winning the exact same tournament won't put you anywhere near them. you will barely get any points. the major was only worth 300 because liquid still had wins from before the break, they've rotated out now. so it's not "all you should know about it" ;)
2019-10-07 23:48
#53
chrisJ | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
why are you even trying? the amount of people around here who don't have the brain capacity to understand how that really not too complex system works is pitiful :)
2019-10-08 01:35
That's a really weird rating system. The system also seems to cap at 1000 points but have some sort of hidden higher-than-1000 score because sometimes teams stay on 1000 even while they should be losing points. In short, hltv could have designed a much more transparent system, without losing any accuracy. Seems like they choose to be deliberately obscure, that way it's harder to call them on anything!
2019-10-08 18:47
yes, there are 2 sets of points, i call them "raw" points and "final" points. we never get to see the "raw" points, only hltv has them. it's the amount of points teams get for participating in tournaments / playing matches. then the team with the most "raw" points in each category gets the max "final" points in that category (500/300/200). and then the same conversion factor you need to get from the 1st place's "raw" points to their "final" points is applied to all the other teams. for example, the best team has 1000 "raw" points in the lan category, they get 300 "final" points, conversion factor is 0.3, that means a team that has 500 "raw" points gets 150 "final" points. now to answer your " sometimes teams stay on 1000 even while they should be losing points": in that example i gave the first place loses 400 "raw" points, going down to 600. they're still ahead of the 500 "raw" point team, so they stay at 300 "final" points, but the conversion factor is now 0.5, so the 500 "raw" point team now gets 250 "final" points. the first place doesn't go down, all the other teams go up. the first place can only lose "final" points if another team gets more "raw" points than them, making them not the first place anymore. in short, don't look at individual point values, look at the point DIFFERENCE between the teams. for example here: plot.ly/~reidan/117.embed :) btw, i don't like the fact they hide the "raw" points either.
2019-10-09 21:03
#24
 | 
United Kingdom NiKoGOD4ever 
Faze should be between 25 and 30 with 2 new players
2019-10-07 23:25
Name doesn’t check out
2019-10-08 00:01
#49
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United Kingdom NiKoGOD4ever 
Im realistic bro , im their diehard fan but when they re shit as now they re bro and wont be delusional
2019-10-08 01:13
#33
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Argentina cheapdeed 
sharks still in 29 wtf
2019-10-07 23:51
Lol ence, shouldn't have played aleksiB like that...
2019-10-07 23:53
#37
JD | 
Poland misterr_ 
wtf how did Illuminar get it if Virtus.pro jumped from #91 to #20
2019-10-07 23:55
#39
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Denmark DarkDude 
+1
2019-10-07 23:59
+1 scam
2019-10-08 05:14
#68
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Poland Franiula2116 
Before point lose they were 30
2019-10-08 10:20
#40
Vegi | 
Poland Kazk 
VP got from 90 to 19
2019-10-08 00:01
#69
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Poland Franiula2116 
Nope
2019-10-08 10:20
How do Vp not get it????
2019-10-08 00:01
#70
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Poland Franiula2116 
Cause they were 30 and they losed points
2019-10-08 10:20
#43
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Brazil Collee 
This points system, rofl... realistically, mibr are #19 at best
2019-10-08 00:19
sprout +11? pretty sure thats a typo ^^
2019-10-08 00:29
#45
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France bjjthibz 
Vitality out of top5 the day following a T1 event grand final. Nice timing, HLTV Kappa
2019-10-08 00:30
Their rankings is broken. They always favor Astralis since admins are Danish.
2019-10-08 00:31
#47
f0rest | 
Argentina gabster 
go sharks !! :D
2019-10-08 00:56
#48
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Europe Niko0 
EG should had dropped lower. With one tournament win and still that score is insane
2019-10-08 00:57
#62
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Germany killmichi 
But then again: Astralis is on P1 with also just 1 tournament win in the last half of the year. I know it has been the major but that just shows how close it is right now. There is no dominant force at the moment
2019-10-08 07:48
#86
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Europe Niko0 
Sure but astralis has been performing good even tho major was only win recently. Also fnatic went 19 places up with just one event win so i think dropping out at playoffs should be bigger point loss than it is now
2019-10-08 14:03
sharks #29? wtf?
2019-10-08 01:19
#54
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Argentina t0xy 
5- avangar 6- vitality WTF HAHAHAHAHA
2019-10-08 02:09
Coz admins are ...
2019-10-08 11:27
This aligment doesn’t show the truth!! hltv mocing people... Don’t do this silly things often...
2019-10-08 03:26
nice scam for bootcamp XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD VP got from 90 to 19 (+71)
2019-10-08 04:53
#71
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Poland Franiula2116 
Bo from 30 cause they losed points at start of the month and they were 90 because this lose
2019-10-08 10:21
#77
NiKo | 
Qatar BeToNnN 
and what? they were 90, you can easy check that on hltv. 16th september #90 23 september #19
2019-10-08 11:31
#78
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Poland Franiula2116 
But on start of the month they were 30 and start of the month matter
2019-10-08 11:37
#79
NiKo | 
Qatar BeToNnN 
so why cloud9 won this on july? 8th july #301 15th july #20. I think 8th its not start of the month
2019-10-08 11:43
#87
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Poland Franiula2116 
Cause 1st is the end of the june ranking
2019-10-08 14:07
Why do you even try to explain? Can't you see it is too much for his tiny little brain to get it?
2019-10-08 21:18
#96
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Poland Franiula2116 
Dont be toxic
2019-10-08 21:21
hahaha ENCE without aleksib kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk OG THANKS YOU <3
2019-10-08 07:51
Nice example of how this ranking is useless - fnatic irrelevant for a year; have one single fluke event with a win; suddenly top4 team? Yeah, sure they are! lmao
2019-10-08 07:58
+1 Real top 5 teams: Astralis, Liquid, Vitality, EG and last Navi/Avangar/Ence
2019-10-08 08:55
#72
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Albania whatisthisban 
Agree, haven't seen fanatic a year even tho maybe it's not fluke, but still top4 team already by one tournament??
2019-10-08 10:31
#74
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France Valox 
How the hell could Vitality be behind Avangar???????????????????
2019-10-08 11:02
#81
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United Kingdom Wulfies 
Vitality comes 2nd in Malmo... Is rewarded by losing a rank. Fnatic win Malmo... Up 19 ranks. I guess cry is free :) The ranking system has issues... Its built to raise low ranking teams up... which is good but it's far too good at it.
2019-10-08 12:21
Ence still #8 haha . dead team
2019-10-08 11:25
#88
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France uNLmofo 
this is pro Danmark and Sweden as HLTV is from this area. How come vitality lost one place while they place to the final of DHM.. wtfh
2019-10-08 14:11
man they gained 122 points, they got -1 just because fnatic made top5
2019-10-08 23:05
#90
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Turkey i_eat_kebab 
FaZe ma bois :(((((((((((((((((((
2019-10-08 15:42
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