Team Ranking: January 2020

We have updated our Global team ranking - powered by EGB.com - for January 2020, a quiet month with only one notable LAN event.

One month into 2020 and we're still only getting the first taste of top-tier Counter-Strike of the year after a rather dull month of January, featuring just one international LAN, DreamHack Open Leipzig, where BIG ran out victorious to prove that German CS is finally back on the menu.

With the ICE Challenge only halfway through and BLAST Premier merely regarded as a qualifier, there aren't many changes across the board, with the top five looking exactly the same as in last month's ranking.

BIG are knocking at the door for a top 20 place

Despite a strong performance in London last week, FaZe still lost points and moved down one position after BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen disappeared from the list of recent events. Next week it will be IEM Beijing's turn, which could affect teams like 100 Thieves and Astralis.

To counteract the effects of the player break, we are temporarily extending the "recent form" criterion beyond eight weeks. We will go back to the two-month window for this indicator after IEM Katowice, late this month.

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 nine weeks, 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 February 3, 2020, 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
156
300
956
-
2.
320
200
223
743
-
3.
343
68
167
578
-
4.
247
104
161
512
-
5.
312
52
98
462
-
6.
215
99
136
450
-
7.
130
48
103
281
-
8.
113
94
73
280
+1
9.
126
86
54
266
-1
10.
109
99
44
252
+1
11.
109
24
54
187
+1
12.
94
37
48
179
-2
13.
62
82
30
174
-
14.
68
55
39
162
+2
15.
74
35
35
144
-1
16.
48
62
28
138
+5
17.
94
19
10
123
-
18.
22
71
27
120
-
19.
83
21
13
117
-4
20.
33
46
24
103
+4
21.
45
26
23
94
-2
22.
28
42
22
92
+24
23.
32
38
16
86
-3
24.
25
31
26
82
-2
25.
10
50
20
80
+1
26.
16
38
17
71
-1
27.
29
17
22
68
-4
28.
8
28
13
49
+1
29.
13
20
15
48
-2
30.
3
31
5
39
+2

Please note that the +/- gain on this table differs from our weekly rankings page, and it is related to the ranking update of January 6.

Here are four key takeaways from January's ranking update:

BIG soar after Leipzig show

It had been so long since BIG's fans had been treated to such a dominant showing that it is hard for them to curb their enthusiasm. And who can blame them? After an underwhelming year without a single title to their name and a group stage exit at ESL One Cologne – an event which has always been a priority for them –, BIG pressed the panic button and finally completed the move they had been dreaming about for months, raiding rival Sprout for Florian "⁠syrsoN⁠" Rische and Nils "⁠k1to⁠" Gruhne.

And the early signs could not be more promising. BIG cruised through DreamHack Open Leipzig and beat Virtus.pro, Heroic and Renegades (twice) – three teams ranked above them – to end a trophyless run that dated back to May 2018, moving up 24 spots in the ranking.

BIG's current rank is their highest since September

The German team ended the month by clinching a spot in the closed qualifier for the Europe Minor following a three-map victory over Complexity that was not as close as the scoreline suggests. But it wasn't all good news: BIG were one of the teams who lost their spot in ESL Pro League after the recent changes to the tournament, which is a serious blow to their aspirations. It is still unclear if they will commit to ESEA MDL - a league which, quite frankly, seems to be too small for them.

Note: Under normal circumstances, BIG would be the winner of the EPC Shooting Stars prize, a seven-day bootcamp for six people at the Kinguin Esports Performance Center in Warsaw, Poland. Unfortunately, we regret to announce that the partnership with Kinguin has come to an end.

Nothing new on the northern front

Astralis, mousesports, Liquid, fnatic and Evil Geniuses are all in the exact same place as last month, with Finn "⁠karrigan⁠" Andersen's charges being the only team of the quintet who gained points between the two updates.

All five teams will be in action at IEM Katowice, the first big test of the year. mousesports, who are in the semi-final stage of the ICE Challenge, are the only one who can still gain traction in the rankings before the event in Poland; Astralis and Evil Geniuses will take part in BLAST Premier, but that stage is treated as a qualifier for consistency purposes.

The ICE Challenge will give mouz the chance to close the gap on Astralis

Believe it or not, IEM Katowice will be fnatic's first tournament of the year. By the time it rolls around, 79 days will have passed since the Swedes' last match, in the tournament decider of the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals. The team's fanbase will certainly hope that their controversial omission from the BLAST Premier circuit will only fuel their drive as we approach the year's first showpiece competition.

FURIA almost out of the top 20

Another team that has been out of action this year is FURIA, who are on the verge of slipping out of the top 20 in the rankings for the first time since March 2019.

The Brazilians had a rough end to the season, with some sub-par showings after the third place at StarSeries i-League Season 8, and things didn't get much better at the turn of the year. They were forced to field Lucas "⁠LUCAS1⁠" Teles as a stand-in in the North American closed qualifier for IEM Katowice due to Henrique "⁠HEN1⁠" Teles' visa issues, and bombed out of the tournament after just two matches.

FURIA will play their first LAN of 2020 in Anaheim

FURIA have now turned their attention to DreamHack Open Anaheim, where they will face a stacked field of competitors for the grand prize of $50,000 plus the spot at DreamHack Masters Jönköping. A good showing in California will be crucial to increase the team's confidence levels ahead of qualifier for the Americas Minor - an event that could make or break Andrei "⁠arT⁠" Piovezan's side.

MAD Lions' success story continues

The former Tricked squad rose up five places, from 21st to 16th (their highest-ever ranking), after an impressive start to the year, both online and on LAN, confirming their status as one of the most exciting teams to watch in the tournament circuit.

MAD Lions began 2020 by qualifying for IEM Katowice, the first Big Event in the history of the team, after coming all the way from the open brackets, defeating teams like North, Heroic and ENCE in the process. They proceeded to qualify for DreamHack Open Leipzig, where they placed top-four after once again taking the scalps of the Danish rivals they had beaten on the road to Katowice.

MAD Lions have reached their highest-ever position in the rankings

Nicolai "⁠HUNDEN⁠" Petersen's charges will have the chance to get some more ranking points in the bag before the IEM event as they are still in contention at the ICE Challenge, where they will face OG in the quarter-finals. Their recent success hasn't gone unnoticed: they have been rewarded with an invite to the closed qualifier for the Europe Minor, which will allow them, at least, to skip the grueling open brackets.

Germany Florian 'syrsoN' Rische
Florian 'syrsoN' Rische
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1385
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.10
Brazil Andrei 'arT' Piovezan
Andrei 'arT' Piovezan
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
753
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.14
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1775
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
Germany Nils 'k1to' Gruhne
Nils 'k1to' Gruhne
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
917
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.12
Brazil Henrique 'HEN1' Teles
Henrique 'HEN1' Teles
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
978
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.58
APR:
0.12
Brazil Lucas 'LUCAS1' Teles
Lucas 'LUCAS1' Teles
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
883
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.16
Denmark Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.81
Maps played:
1578
KPR:
0.55
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.14
LETS GO BIG, TOP 10 IS CLOSE
2020-02-04 00:35
23 replies
#8
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Brazil bandicoot
nice, faze dropped points lul
2020-02-04 00:37
19 replies
Wins tournament, destroy top 2 team in the world and drops on ranks lulz hltv logic Ps: ence +1 hahahahahah
2020-02-04 01:00
9 replies
NAVI TOP5 NEXT WEEK LEST GO
2020-02-04 01:05
1 reply
FURIA almost out of the top 20 thoo
2020-02-04 01:27
#66
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Brazil bandicoot
guess Faze just lacks the same firepower
2020-02-04 01:28
Cause the event isnt completed...?
2020-02-04 04:48
2 replies
Still, top of the grp... Losong 1 position makes no sense
2020-02-04 12:28
1 reply
Exactly GROUPs and the group stage points also havent been awarded cause the 2 other groups havent completed, you cant just end the tournament for 1/3 of the teams that would absolutely fuck up the points because some would be considered older while the later groups would keep their points for longer. Thats obviously unfair when it's the same group stage. Once groups are over and placements are decided there will likely be a rank increase also because other teams will decline too.
2020-02-04 17:19
#135
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Denmark Zaerdna
The tournament hasn't ended yet idiot lol
2020-02-04 12:37
They did that in february and the tournament isnt over. Chillax
2020-02-04 17:01
They won the groupstage you geek, not the tournament. Another braindead chicken from bra71l
2020-02-05 14:16
You two are morons it's a group stage and it's not even over yet therefore no points
2020-02-04 04:48
5 replies
Faze beat liquid in both series.
2020-02-04 05:33
4 replies
Are you dumb? The points havent been assigned yet because the tournament is still in progress. They dont have points from the event, just some bo3 wins vs top teams 10 That's not worth nearly as much as the decay + Blast copenhagen going out
2020-02-04 07:21
3 replies
#110
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Nepal sasukeee
lol, leave it man. People are just so dumb. 😂
2020-02-04 10:04
It's a fucking qualifier. Qualifier is a whole different thing than the actual tournament. When a team qualifys for the major they will go up in rankings
2020-02-05 23:48
1 reply
It's a qualifer yes, that's still has 2 more groups to be completed. Then upon the end of all 3 groups the points for the qualifier will be awarded to the involved teams AT THE SAME TIME. Dont know how much simpler I can say it. They will get more points for the placement once its deemed a completed placement.
2020-02-06 03:45
#132
 | 
Denmark J3pS0110
its gonna update tomorrow idiot
2020-02-04 12:19
2 replies
#149
 | 
Brazil bandicoot
shut your dirty mouth bitch
2020-02-04 19:25
1 reply
#167
 | 
Denmark J3pS0110
toxic
2020-02-07 13:36
+1 and EZ4ENCE who gain one place thanks to Miikka "Firepower" Kemppi Btw nice reference to MIBR_IS_OVERRATED in the BIG section :D
2020-02-04 00:42
1 reply
xaxaxaxa
2020-02-04 01:27
#156
 | 
Nigeria Fraggot
Top 10 can't be close if they're not even top 20
2020-02-05 06:49
Nice.
2020-02-04 00:35
#3
 | 
Poland Julka
Actually quite boring month
2020-02-04 00:35
1 reply
#99
 | 
Czech Republic Dur4ngo
Yea the player break is long
2020-02-04 07:22
ok
2020-02-04 00:35
#5
 | 
France Zyuwu
COOL
2020-02-04 00:35
1 reply
#79
 | 
Indonesia lumayan
Tyloo -4 because of corona, not cool
2020-02-04 03:44
ENCE +1 lmaoo
2020-02-04 00:35
4 replies
Hahahahahahaah
2020-02-04 01:01
#60
 | 
Finland JanneTzii
It makes no sense lmao :D
2020-02-04 01:23
#107
 | 
Sweden Fizze
They put ENCE above NiP LMAO
2020-02-04 09:36
LMAO
2020-02-04 11:08
FaZe -1 xD
2020-02-04 00:36
5 replies
"Despite a strong performance in London last week, FaZe still lost points and moved down one position after BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen disappeared from the list of recent events. "
2020-02-04 00:37
4 replies
But what did ENCE do to desterve +1. Almost win a tier 3 event at the end of last year ?
2020-02-04 06:27
3 replies
+1 Ence are nothing without AleksiB. Allu can’t do anything with Sergey alone.
2020-02-04 07:38
ENCE did nothing, hence why they lost points. (They were on 225 points last month). It's just a matter of another team, NiP, losing more points.
2020-02-04 10:17
1 reply
+1 Thanks for clarifiying for people who haven't read how the ranking system works. You must be frustrated for those comments.
2020-02-04 11:14
EZ4ENCE who gain one place thanks to Miikka "Firepower" Kemppi.
2020-02-04 00:46
956 LUL AST28LYS SK always had 1000 at their era
2020-02-04 00:37
3 replies
except they never had an era, also another plastic bra71l faze fan Y I K E S
2020-02-04 00:54
2 replies
Ok lord big brother Brasil
2020-02-04 01:01
Ok lord big brother Brasil
2020-02-04 01:03
BIG CLAN ERA LEIPZIG - COLOGNE 2021 kkkkkkkk EZ4BIG
2020-02-04 00:39
#14
boltz | 
Brazil xxAxx
Fck mibr is so bad
2020-02-04 00:39
let's keep it this way
2020-02-04 00:39
Wait, nuh, FaZe -1, not a thing, tf hltv
2020-02-04 00:39
1 reply
#93
 | 
Mongolia Kkura
Read the article again dude
2020-02-04 05:46
#20
 | 
United States 1nverse
FaZe -1 and ENCE +1 good one hltv
2020-02-04 00:42
#21
 | 
Sweden Zlatanist
Dignitas top 15 before March is over
2020-02-04 00:42
4 replies
Had to scroll way to long to find the only relevant post.
2020-02-04 11:16
lol you realize that they arent playing any events except the minor qual or did you mean march 2021?
2020-02-04 12:12
2 replies
#151
 | 
Sweden Zlatanist
2020
2020-02-04 20:18
1 reply
gl i guess xd
2020-02-04 20:22
faze win tournament and -1 n1
2020-02-04 00:42
5 replies
#54
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
tournament? LUL they won a group and qualified for finals - same as epl groups last year
2020-02-04 01:13
4 replies
they beat liquid in a bo3 twice I'll count it as something
2020-02-04 01:14
3 replies
#59
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
yes it improved their form rating probably - but that obviously also depends which matches maybe slipped out of the time frame used for this subranking
2020-02-04 01:18
2 replies
my brain is too small to know what you said so I'm just going to agree with you yes
2020-02-04 01:33
1 reply
#69
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
good boy
2020-02-04 01:40
ex-vp has better form ranking then actual vp form KEKW
2020-02-04 00:42
Let’s go counter affecting!
2020-02-04 00:44
faze -1 wtf!!!!!!!!!
2020-02-04 00:44
#28
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
wtf - BIG can't go to warsaw to bootcamp, they're fucked
2020-02-04 00:44
#29
 | 
Germany Az1D
faze -1 and big +-0 after wrecking everything on the minor open qualifier?
2020-02-04 00:47
4 replies
Online tournaments, like qualifiers, barely have an impact. And Complexity, for example, are ranked 44th.
2020-02-04 00:47
3 replies
#53
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
but faze wins count as lan matches to form ranking, or? they should bring more points than online matches in the end copenhagen is out, thats the reason
2020-02-04 01:13
2 replies
This stage of BLAST Premier is treated as a qualifier due to the way that it is structured. It only counts for Form.
2020-02-04 01:15
1 reply
#58
ropz | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w
exactly what i said :D i just wanted to make clear they count more towards the form ranking compared to online matches(e.g. ecs last year) these blast groups are basically the same as the epl lan groups last year
2020-02-04 01:17
Faze should be going up like 2 spots rather then -1 that a fucking joke
2020-02-04 00:47
Dont understand how ENCE have gone up but ok
2020-02-04 00:53
#39
 | 
Poland sosiad
Ence +1 and faze -1 lmao
2020-02-04 00:53
#42
 | 
Poland geraldzik
bullshit rank like always
2020-02-04 00:57
#48
 | 
Poland Hanse
What is VP and ex-VP still doing in top 30? Why is ENCE and OG rising despite massively shitting the bed? Also Faze -1 HYPERLOL
2020-02-04 01:06
k
2020-02-04 01:06
FaZe -1 LOL
2020-02-04 01:15
stopped read at ENCE #11
2020-02-04 01:26
I understand why faze has -1 but still kinda funny, as no one in their right mind would say that faze is worse than it was before this update. Basically the case looks like this (it happened before): - team A wins a title B - team A is shit for some months - team A wins something C, you see huge improvement in their form (mostly eye-test + this result isn't THAT significant yet in a grand scheme of things) - at the same time, title B decays and team A loses points Result is that, despite apparent rise in form (included in ranking) team still loses point and position in the ranking, and hltv is like "OMEGALUL NICE RETARD RANKING" But it will probably self-correct itself next update so whatever
2020-02-04 01:35
#70
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Brazil fazecrack
EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE-------EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE-------EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE EZ4ENCE---------------------------------------------EZ4ENCE EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE--------------------------EZ4ENCE EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE-------------------EZ4ENCE EZ4ENCE---------------------------EZ4ENCE EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE-------EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE—----EZ4ENCEEZ4ENCEEZ4ENCE
2020-02-04 01:40
2 replies
#96
broky | 
Vietnam h4gen
-1
2020-02-04 06:36
Finally this meme team is dead
2020-02-04 10:03
Faze beat liquid twice and -1 rank. Fuck off hltv
2020-02-04 01:45
2 replies
Blast premier is a qualifier not a tournament and it was not added in the list that's why faze dropped 1 rank
2020-02-04 05:00
1 reply
Dignitas?
2020-02-04 01:52
1 reply
#46 probably will get into the top 30 after the minor qualifier
2020-02-04 15:08
how is BIG still under Astralis???? Astralis didnt even win one event in 2020. They are totally out of form. BIG should be #5 minimum now they won DH Leipzig vs the unbeatable Renegades AND the Minor Qualifier vs the Juggernaut Complexity!
2020-02-04 01:53
1 reply
Yea that's what I'm thinking rn, Big should be atleast top 5
2020-02-04 04:58
#74
 | 
Brazil Lex_FWM
Faze -1 dont make any fuck sense.
2020-02-04 02:17
1 reply
It does if you actually take time to look at the breakdown. Blast isnt over therefore no placements therefore no points
2020-02-04 04:47
#75
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Indonesia Exodd
That’s a BIG increase, +24 damn
2020-02-04 02:23
Kekw just like fifa ranking it's not accurate on how good the teams are at all Ence and na'vi sucks!!!
2020-02-04 02:46
#77
CeRq | 
Poland RoDaK
faze -1 and ence fkn +1 hltv is a joke ayyyyyyyyy lmao
2020-02-04 03:11
Ence +1 FaZe -1 Sorry but....wut?
2020-02-04 03:59
5 replies
Fazes matches vs Liquid at Blast havent been added yet cause the result is not completed
2020-02-04 04:46
4 replies
But still....ENCE +1 from 2 losses to a teams barely getting in top 30?
2020-02-04 04:59
3 replies
#97
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World Notb8ing
That is how the ranking works, you don't lose 100 points from losing games to shits, they just gain nothing which will eventually lead team to ruin as naturally many other teams keep gaining new results... So it is largely matter if other teams do enough to pass them, and secondly if ence have results expiring. In this case other teams didn't manage to pass them as there wasn't many events and ence didn't happen to have many point losses this month, unlike nip for instance who had their blast 2nd place finish to expire from recent lan ranking, leading to ence passing them. However if ence continue only losing, they will eventually have nothing left, just won't happen over night and if they get some results it makes drop slower, which they have managed to do during recent months, hence managing 11 spot when their ancient results when they were top 3 are added that still have a bit value at least for now.
2020-02-04 06:44
2 replies
+1
2020-02-04 07:25
aaa okay I understand thank you
2020-02-04 10:12
Well what could you expect after simple being 2nd in world ranking xD
2020-02-04 04:06
The original ranking will be in front of us after iem kato as it's the 1st most stacked tournament of the year and if faze manages to qualify for playoffs then they'll definitely climb up in the rankings
2020-02-04 04:57
Ence +1? nice rankings
2020-02-04 07:27
mibr still in the top 20 omegalul
2020-02-04 07:47
#104
 | 
Spain 7VultuR
Yeah, this is worthless
2020-02-04 08:52
ENCE undeserved
2020-02-04 09:05
How is ence +1??? They've played 4 maps since the past rank update and they are 0-4 in wins vs low tier teams. Explain.
2020-02-04 09:19
3 replies
ENCE lost points when compared to last month (they were on 225). It's just that another team lost more points (NiP).
2020-02-04 10:18
2 replies
Its about nip losing their points they got for blast Copenhagen?
2020-02-04 10:28
1 reply
Correct, same as FaZe
2020-02-04 10:49
Ence #11 LUL Navi better than faze LUL
2020-02-04 10:02
dignitas 46 :)
2020-02-04 10:34
2 replies
Thats a good start
2020-02-04 11:09
1 reply
yeah soon top 15-20
2020-02-04 11:10
useless
2020-02-04 10:37
Where is Dignitas
2020-02-04 10:46
2 replies
#125
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World Notb8ing
they are yet to play lan game so they didn't make it top30
2020-02-04 11:19
#157
 | 
United Kingdom Rynam
They can't be in this list,THEY ARE LEGEND.
2020-02-05 13:00
Fnatic new logo :o
2020-02-04 10:59
1 reply
yea its been like that
2020-02-04 17:04
lol faze
2020-02-04 11:28
team secret??? kekw
2020-02-04 11:32
I wonder if DIG will get top30/20 ... good luck to them !
2020-02-04 11:37
Faze -1 for beating liquid and nip but ence +1 for getting rekt by og and godsent? Hahahah Nice try hltv
2020-02-04 11:59
#131
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Finland Paleale
ENCE how ??? Should be out of top30
2020-02-04 12:13
how is BIG still under Astralis???? Astralis didnt even win one event in 2020. They are totally out of form. BIG should be #5 minimum now they won DH Leipzig vs the unbeatable Renegades AND the Minor Qualifier vs the Juggernaut Complexity!
2020-02-04 12:28
1 reply
#136
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World breezy0
i mean fully agree, hltv ranking is corrupt obviously BIG TOP1 MILKY WAY
2020-02-04 12:48
Why does ence go +1 when they go 0-2 and eliminated from ice challenge ???
2020-02-04 12:56
Device #3 ence +1 faze -1 kkk
2020-02-04 13:28
> BLAST Premier merely regarded as a qualifier Finals are 4.5 months away (for who knows what reason), while there's 100k on the line for each group right now. Makes more sense to regard it as a series of small tournaments. After all Dreamhack Opens serve as qualifiers for Dreamhack Masters, and have the same prize pool, yet are treated as separate tournaments.
2020-02-04 14:10
3 replies
No playoffs.
2020-02-06 03:47
2 replies
Not exactly true, there is a grand final after the qualification spots are already determined. And previous Blasts have also done the whole group stage -> directly to final thing.
2020-02-06 13:46
1 reply
Which actually had a final. This also only has 4 teams. It will give slightly less points than a blast did last year
2020-02-06 17:17
How c0ntact miss oportunity to replace EMI/letni with michu/rallen?
2020-02-04 16:47
#142
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Hungary raffai
BS
2020-02-04 17:00
LMAOOO FAZE UNDER NA'VI HLTV RIGGEEEDDDDDDDD
2020-02-04 17:03
No doubt! Astralis ftw!
2020-02-04 19:46
NAVI TOP 1
2020-02-04 20:23
Gj BIG
2020-02-04 21:01
What do you expect? it's Astralis!
2020-02-05 20:05
Nice to see INTZ in the list!
2020-02-06 16:03
How the hell do Astralis have so many points still exactly??
2020-02-06 22:27
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