ropz secures MVP award at ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals
Robin "ropz" Kool has secured his first Most Valuable Player (MVP) award by HLTV.org and betway with a pristine performance at ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals.
In their tournament-winning journey, MOUZ had an exceptionally consistent performer in the Estonian star, who put up 1.00+ ratings on 15 out of a total of 18 maps and 1.15+ ratings in 11 out of the European team's 13 map wins.
Leading up to the best-of-five grand final, ropz had been one of four leading candidates for the award alongside Chris "chrisJ" de Jong, Özgür "woxic" Eker, and Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin, and he ended up standing out above them all thanks to a series-leading 1.39 rating in the title decider to push MOUZ across the finish line and clinch the medal.
The 19-year-old appears in a plethora of the $600,000 tournament's leaderboards, such as in overall rating (1.24, fourth-highest), kills per round (0.80, tied fourth-most), deaths per round (0.58, fourth-fewest), KAST (77.6%, third-most), and clutches (8, second-most).
Having missed out on an MVP earlier this year with a tournament-leading showing at the award-less DreamHack Open Tours, ropz claimed a career-first medal of his own in Odense, stepping up after woxic beat him to the CS:GO Asia Championships MVP award three weeks ago,