IEM Katowice - What you need to know

ESL's Counter-Strike tournament in Katowice has been a key part of the event circuit for years, bringing in hardcore and casual viewers alike. To equip you for this year's edition of IEM Katowice, we prepared an overview of the crucial information about the event.

CS:GO returns to Katowice for the seventh time, with the world's best teams set to compete in the Polish city between February 24 and March 1. The 16 teams have been split into two groups, from which only six will reach the single-elimination playoffs, taking place at the storied Spodek Arena.

Find the key information about IEM Katowice 2020 below

Did you skip some of the early 2020 CS:GO action or perhaps only watch the big tournaments? In this article, we bring you the most important pieces of information you need to fully enjoy the first Big Event of 2020: IEM Katowice.

No BO1s in sight

The "randomness" of a best-of-one match and the way it "favors underdogs" in comparison to a best-of-three series has long been a point of contention, with tournament organizers utilizing more and more BO3 matches over the years to satisfy players and viewers. ESL has followed that trend, introducing their majority-BO3 eight-team double-elimination group stage system in 2017, but the fact that the opening game of the tournament remained a BO1 came under heavy scrutiny last year.

The concerns have been addressed for this year's IEM Katowice (and ESL One Cologne in July), eliminating the only BO1 match from the format and making the group stage and playoffs fully BO3 - aside from the BO5 grand final.

All of top 10 in competition

IEM Katowice won't just be the first Big Event of 2020, it will also be one of the most stacked events ever held in CS:GO. As the tournament kicks off on Monday, the top ten teams in the world will all be present, something that didn't even happen for the Majors in 2019, which had just nine of the top 10 teams in attendance.

We will see not only the current top dogs, such as Astralis, MOUZ, Liquid, and Evil Geniuses, and the squads featuring the two best individuals of 2019 — Vitality and Natus Vincere—, but also teams on the rise, like FaZe and G2. Even when we move outside of the top 10, the competition is no joke: everyone present is within the top 30, with teams like MAD Lions, NIP, and Renegades hoping to pull off a few upsets. As a side note, this is the first time since 2015 that no Brazilian teams will be competing in Katowice, after MIBR, INTZ and FURIA all failed to make it through the North American qualifier.

Group A
Denmark Astralis (#1)
Sweden fnatic (#4)
Russia Natus Vincere (#6)
France Vitality (#7)
Europe FaZe (#9)
Sweden NIP (#14)
United States Cloud9 (#20)
Australia Renegades (#22)
Group B
Europe MOUZ (#2)
United States Liquid (#3)
United States Evil Geniuses (#5)
France G2 (#8)
Australia 100 Thieves (#10)
Denmark MAD Lions (#12)
Kazakhstan Virtus.pro (#18)
China TYLOO (#28)

Intel Grand Slam and ESL Pro Tour importance

Not only is IEM Katowice a big tournament on its own, but it also ties into two of ESL's initiatives, the Intel Grand Slam Season 3 and the ESL Pro Tour.

Talking about the third season of the Grand Slam and the $1,000,000 prize pool that comes with it (previously won by Astralis in 2018 and Liquid in 2019), so far five teams have joined the race by winning a reliable event: Liquid, Evil Geniuses, fnatic, Astralis and MOUZ. To claim the prize, a team must win four out of ten eligible events held — if one of them is a Masters Championship event — or six out of ten otherwise. The importance of IEM Katowice is boosted as it is one of the three Masters Championship events confirmed for 2020, the other two being the ESL One Rio Major and ESL One Cologne.

Liquid won Intel Grand Slam S2 in 63 days, prompting rule changes

As no team is actually close to winning the Grand Slam, the ESL Pro Tour aspect is perhaps more important at the moment. The concept, in short, is that doing well within the ESL-DreamHack tournament circuit awards points towards the ESL Pro Tour ranking (not to be confused with the ESL World Ranking) - which decided invites to events such as ESL One Cologne. For example, a surprising run to the playoffs and a 5-6th finish by Cloud9 would net them 825 points (four times the number they have at the moment and equal to MOUZ' current total), most likely assuring them of a spot at ESL One Cologne, or at least at the LAN qualifier that precedes it.

The two initiatives give everyone something to fight for outside of the vacuum of IEM Katowice. The top teams are aiming for the title which would give them an Intel Grand Slam notch, while squads outside of the top10 are hoping for a couple of victories and as many Pro Tour points as possible.

Teams with Intel Grand Slam S3 tournament wins:

United States Liquid - IEM Chicago 2019
United States Evil Geniuses - ESL One New York
Sweden fnatic - DreamHack Masters Malmö
Denmark Astralis - IEM Beijing
Europe MOUZ - ESL Pro League S10 Finals

Only three teams have lifted trophies in Katowice

However, the biggest focus is on the present goals, and that is claiming the title in front of the Polish crowd - something only a handful of teams have managed in CS:GO. Since Virtus.pro's iconic Major victory in 2014, Katowice has been a mainstay in the CS:GO circuit, but only two more teams have been crowned in Spodek: fnatic (2015, 2016, 2018) and Astralis (2017 and 2019).

Virtus.pro won the EMS One Katowice Major in 2014

All three organizations are in contention for the trophy — albeit Virtus.pro with a completely different roster — so we will either see a repeat victor or a new name joining the elite list.

Winners in Katowice:

EMS One Katowice 2014: Poland Virtus.pro (Major)
ESL One Katowice 2015: Sweden fnatic (Major)
IEM Katowice 2016: Sweden fnatic
IEM Katowice 2017: Denmark Astralis
IEM Katowice 2018: Sweden fnatic
IEM Katowice 2019: Denmark Astralis (Major)

mouz on a grand final streak

Those that watch only the biggest events saw MOUZ pick up victories over Astralis and fnatic on their way to the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals trophy at the end of last year, but they might not be aware of the impressive streak of results Finn "⁠karrigan⁠" Andersen's team are on. It all started after unimpressive placings at DreamHack Masters Malmö and StarLadder i-League Season 8, when role changes in the squad finally unlocked their potential.

Four titles (CS:GO Asia Championship, ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, cs_summit 5, ICE Challenge) and a second-place finish (EPICENTER 2019) followed, putting them on an impressive string of five consecutive grand finals. Albeit these events weren't all of the highest caliber, MOUZ' consistency and activity at a time when which many teams were slowing down put them hot on the heels of Astralis. If they manage to keep up their level, they could overcome the Danes and become only the second international team ever to reach the No.1 spot (after FaZe in 2017 and 2018).

MOUZ' last five events:

CS:GO Asia Championships - 1st (November)
ESL Pro League S10 Finals - 1st (December)
cs_summit 5 - 1st (December)
EPICENTER 2019 - 2nd (December)
ICE Challenge - 1st (February)

fnatic's first official match in 78 days

A top-five team that ended their year on a high is fnatic, and on paper, they should be one of the favorites for the IEM Katowice title. However, the decision to pull out of EPICENTER — which was supposed to be their last event of 2019 — coupled with the fact they didn't make the cut as one of the 12 BLAST Premier teams, left Jesper "⁠JW⁠" Wecksell and co. with a sizable hole in their schedule. In London, we saw over the last three weeks how big breaks affect teams, as Astralis and Evil Geniuses all crashed out of their groups at the BLAST event.

Will fnatic be stronger than ring rust?

By the time fnatic play their opening match in Poland against Renegades, 78 days will have passed (more than 20% of a calendar year) since their last official. During the Swedes' period of inactivity, MOUZ attended three events, securing two titles and a second place finish. While karrigan and co. might face burnout somewhere down to the road, for IEM Katowice specifically, it is surely the rusty fnatic that is at a disadvantage.

FaZe entrust broky with the "Big Green"

The 19-year-old Latvian joined FaZe after the summer break, seemingly just the best free transfer they could find - as they already had to break the bank to bring in Marcelo "⁠coldzera⁠" David from MIBR. As such, it doesn't come as a surprise that the youngster, who had shown promise in FPL and Epsilon, ended up relegated to a supportive role in the team.

Learn more: Examining broky's road to FaZe

In 2019, just 5% of Helvijs "⁠broky⁠" Saukants's kills were made with the AWP (fourth least in FaZe), despite (secondary) AWPing being one of his strong sides in previous teams. The responsibilities of the main sniper were placed on Olof "⁠olofmeister⁠" Kajbjer, with Nikola "⁠NiKo⁠" Kovač and coldzera picking the weapon often as well, but that changed with the turn of the year.

In their six maps played at BLAST (four vs. Liquid, two vs. NIP - all wins), 36.7% of broky's kills were made with the AWP as he boasted an impressive 1.38 rating. Admittedly, he was still just the fourth-best-rated player in the squad, but entrusting the least-experienced player on the roster with the AWP seems to be helping both the young Latvian and the team.

broky at BLAST:

Rating: 1.38
AWP kills of total kills: 36.7%
Deaths per round: 0.44
Opening kill to death ratio: 2.83

HUNDEN attends first Big Event since 2014

Nicolai "⁠HUNDEN⁠" Petersen has finally made it. Considered a "meme" for years due to his poor individual performances, the Danish tactician also had his best players poached time after time (including Kristian "⁠k0nfig⁠" Wienecke, Patrick "⁠es3tag⁠" Hansen, Nikolaj "⁠niko⁠" Kristensen, Jakob "⁠JUGi⁠" Hansen, and Johannes "⁠b0RUP⁠" Borup). As such, many were hoping he would just give up and become a coach — after all, he had already led three of the country's best IGLs: Lukas "⁠gla1ve⁠" Rossander, Marco "⁠Snappi⁠" Pfeiffer, and Mathias "⁠MSL⁠" Lauridsen.

But even in 2018, when he got tired of being a feeder for bigger teams in Denmark, HUNDEN didn't quit. Instead, he moved to the German scene, where he developed three current BIG players (Tizian "⁠tiziaN⁠" Feldbusch, Florian "⁠syrsoN⁠" Rische, and Nils "⁠k1to⁠" Gruhne) and got ALTERNATE aTTaX their best results since 2016.

Things are finally looking up for HUNDEN

The long and winding road, the criticism and even mocking he endured for years, the departure of star players being every three months - all of that make HUNDEN's current success so satisfying to watch. Winning the V4 Future Sports Festival in 2019 was the first step, followed by joining an organization with strong financial backing in MAD Lions, and overtaking Heroic and North in the rankings to become the second-best team in the country. And now comes the cherry on top - qualifying for IEM Katowice, which will be the 28-year-old's first Big Event since 2014, when he participated at the DreamHack Winter 2014 Major with myXMG.

Some of HUNDEN's former teammates:

NiP without any of the core players

Robin "⁠Fifflaren⁠" Johansson, Adam "⁠friberg⁠" Friberg, Richard "⁠Xizt⁠" Landström, Christopher "⁠GeT_RiGhT⁠" Alesund, and, finally, Patrik "⁠f0rest⁠" Lindberg. One by one, the legendary NiP lineup left the organization, only to reunite the 87-0 squad in Dignitas. Now, NIP are left to build a new identity, but the foundations they have are shaky.

Going into IEM Katowice, NIP's longest-standing members are Fredrik "⁠REZ⁠" Sterner and Jonas "⁠Lekr0⁠" Olofsson. The former was hailed as Sweden's next big thing, impressing in his debut year and picking up an MVP at IEM Oakland 2017, but he hasn't lived up to that recently, especially after the addition of Nicolas "⁠Plopski⁠" Gonzalez Zamora. On the other hand, despite being the IGL of the team for years, Lekr0 still isn't in the same category as leaders of other top 10 teams.

The brand value of the old guard is gone and the capabilities of the new roster are still unproven, leaving Björn "⁠THREAT⁠" Pers with a big task - not only hoping to find success in the server, but to also grow out of the shadow of the team's storied past.

Brazil Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.19
Maps played:
1109
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.61
Latvia Helvijs 'broky' Saukants
Helvijs 'broky' Saukants
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
275
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.63
Sweden Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1631
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.68
Sweden Nicolas 'Plopski' Gonzalez Zamora
Nicolas 'Plopski' Gonzalez Zamora
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
581
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.66
Denmark Nikolaj 'niko' Kristensen
Nikolaj 'niko' Kristensen
Age:
23
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
862
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
Denmark Marco 'Snappi' Pfeiffer
Marco 'Snappi' Pfeiffer
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1178
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
Sweden Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Age:
33
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1644
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1164
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.67
Denmark Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1034
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
Germany Tizian 'tiziaN' Feldbusch
Tizian 'tiziaN' Feldbusch
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1166
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.66
Sweden Björn 'THREAT' Pers
Björn 'THREAT' Pers
Age:
33
Team:
Sweden Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1617
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.64
Denmark Johannes 'b0RUP' Borup
Johannes 'b0RUP' Borup
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
950
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.68
Sweden Jonas 'Lekr0' Olofsson
Jonas 'Lekr0' Olofsson
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
886
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.67
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
1604
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.68
Sweden Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
910
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
Denmark Jakob 'JUGi' Hansen
Jakob 'JUGi' Hansen
Age:
24
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
898
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.61
Germany Florian 'syrsoN' Rische
Florian 'syrsoN' Rische
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1131
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
Sweden Robin 'Fifflaren' Johansson
Robin 'Fifflaren' Johansson
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
537
KPR:
0.60
DPR:
0.60
Sweden Adam 'friberg' Friberg
Adam 'friberg' Friberg
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1514
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
Germany Nils 'k1to' Gruhne
Nils 'k1to' Gruhne
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
663
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.70
Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Richard 'Xizt' Landström
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1554
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
Denmark Mathias 'MSL' Lauridsen
Mathias 'MSL' Lauridsen
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.91
Maps played:
1537
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.72
Denmark Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1276
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.65
Sweden Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1359
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
Denmark Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1088
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.69
Denmark Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.81
Maps played:
1570
KPR:
0.55
DPR:
0.70
#1
STYKO | 
Norway AdNiB
Katowice = Ez win 4 G2
2020-02-22 17:31
16 replies
lmao they will lose the finals because they don't know how to defuse the bomb
2020-02-22 17:46
10 replies
#52
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France Il_padrino
don't say that bro :(
2020-02-22 17:59
6 replies
hahaha then stop being delusional af about g2
2020-02-22 18:00
5 replies
#61
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France Il_padrino
But... G2 made a great performance at Blast Pro series instead of Zywoolity.
2020-02-22 18:07
4 replies
blast pro series hahaha yaa that was a good major
2020-02-22 20:08
3 replies
#95
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Norway CheNaLii
And what major did Zywootality do so well in?
2020-02-22 22:03
2 replies
Lol that shut him up. G2s got a good chance I reckon. Ive followed them closely since kato 2019 and since the player swap I think they could get top 5 if they play consistantly. And whether it is not defusing the bomb, or losing to a half team mouz they seem to take it in their stride. If they do well in this tourny I think they are consistant enough to find themselves a top 5 spot sooner or later.
2020-02-23 04:05
at least they qualified for playoffs whereas G2? hahaha been irrelevant from decades
2020-02-23 08:00
#60
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Norway CheNaLii
Damn bro. You got the whole squad laughing
2020-02-22 18:06
1 reply
nt
2020-02-22 20:10
KEKW
2020-02-22 19:23
+1
2020-02-22 17:57
#69
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Poland Hanse
XDDDDDDDDDDD
2020-02-22 18:35
+10000000000
2020-02-22 18:54
KKKKKKKKKK
2020-02-22 21:47
+1
2020-02-23 03:59
Thanks now I know what I need to know
2020-02-22 17:31
ez 4 mouz
2020-02-22 17:31
#4
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Russia Ducat
omg
2020-02-22 17:31
#6
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Germany DEBlL
i know it already, thanks
2020-02-22 17:31
#8
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Sweden bonisMEN
ez fnatic
2020-02-22 17:33
#9
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Finland Teukkasd
ez4NaVi S1mple and papatronic
2020-02-22 17:34
#10
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
astralis were just trolling at blast. they wont even lose a single map
2020-02-22 17:35
9 replies
nt device dick rider
2020-02-22 17:46
8 replies
#35
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
magisk > device
2020-02-22 17:53
7 replies
wtf yikes
2020-02-22 17:54
6 replies
#45
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
riflers > all awpers, no exception
2020-02-22 17:57
5 replies
then electronic is #1
2020-02-22 17:59
4 replies
#56
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
possibly
2020-02-22 18:00
#89
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India _Jazz_
NiKo is better
2020-02-22 20:24
2 replies
nope
2020-02-23 07:57
1 reply
#110
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India _Jazz_
He is, though electronic is more consistent
2020-02-23 08:04
G2 top 1 Vitality top 2
2020-02-22 17:36
4 replies
#12
STYKO | 
Norway AdNiB
+1
2020-02-22 17:36
+1
2020-02-22 18:54
+1
2020-02-23 14:09
LDLC/NV and Verygames > G2 & Vitality
2020-02-24 06:16
"Just" 9 out of 10 teams last year...........
2020-02-22 17:37
All u need to know is to uninstall.
2020-02-22 17:39
One of the most stacked tournaments ever and Astralis will take this ez Back-To-Back Katowice :))
2020-02-22 17:40
3 replies
lmao
2020-02-22 17:54
Astralis in 2020 OMEGALUL
2020-02-22 19:27
#90
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India _Jazz_
They have a good chance of winning but it's gonna be tough for them.
2020-02-22 20:26
top teams - no fnatic. OK PAL
2020-02-22 17:42
5 replies
are you autist or just baiting?
2020-02-22 17:55
1 reply
autist i guess
2020-02-22 18:33
Fnatic is there mens
2020-02-22 22:38
2 replies
no they named top teams and didnt say fnatic
2020-02-22 23:13
1 reply
I see
2020-02-23 01:58
Absolute banger games will be there
2020-02-22 17:43
1 reply
#91
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India _Jazz_
Yeah
2020-02-22 20:26
Ez faze
2020-02-22 17:44
#22
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Turkey itsmeyaboi
#VAMOUZ
2020-02-22 17:44
kkon a
2020-02-22 17:45
Katowice 2020 > Rio Major
2020-02-22 17:47
1 reply
can't agree more
2020-02-22 17:56
Ez 4 God Hunden
2020-02-22 17:47
Thank you HLTV.
2020-02-22 17:53
sad no dignitas xD
2020-02-22 17:53
hunden goat <3
2020-02-22 17:56
1 reply
lmao he is pure bot
2020-02-22 17:58
ez 4 tyloo
2020-02-22 17:57
I'm so fucking hard rn
2020-02-22 18:00
what you need to know group A has 5/7 best teams FaZe will win event without dropping a map/might drop 1 NiKo MVP EG and Liquid are irrelevant fnatic dark horse as always
2020-02-22 18:00
1 reply
#74
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Sweden Trkmag
Very good summary, group 2 is a joke
2020-02-22 18:43
Tyloo will spread corona ez win for them :D
2020-02-22 18:01
EZ4Liquid
2020-02-22 18:07
#63
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Poland Mratu
top teams
2020-02-22 18:09
There is mistake in fnatic line-up. In 2016 they already had dennis in squad ;)
2020-02-22 18:15
2 replies
I was 100% sure I put him in there :<
2020-02-22 18:30
1 reply
:D
2020-02-22 18:36
#66
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Poland Julka
Hype
2020-02-22 18:24
#71
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Brazil hugoooo
Group B looks terrible compared to A
2020-02-22 18:37
MAD Lions won already!!!! EZ4HUNDEN
2020-02-22 18:40
#73
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Sweden Trkmag
Fnatic/FaZe/NaVi win
2020-02-22 18:43
1 reply
Nt Faze ez pz
2020-02-22 18:47
ez4hunden
2020-02-22 18:45
gg
2020-02-22 18:53
#84
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Finland Smoonah
and why do i need to know this
2020-02-22 19:48
Hunden
2020-02-22 21:26
#96
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United States joke_cs
" ESL Pro Tour ranking (not to be confused with the ESL World Ranking) - which decided invites to events such as ESL One Cologne. For example, a surprising run to the playoffs and a 5-6th finish by Cloud9 would net them 825 points (four times the number they have at the moment and equal to mousesports' current total), most likely assuring them of a spot at ESL One Cologne, or at least at the LAN qualifier that precedes it." Am I reading this wrong? If C9 places 5-6th they will have about the same amount of points as Mousesports who is the #1 team in ESL's ranking?
2020-02-22 22:04
2 replies
#100
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United Arab Emirates p1peb0mb
pro.eslgaming.com/worldranking/csgo/ esl work rankings used for all event invites like epl,dh masters,iem melbourne... etc pro.eslgaming.com/tour/csgo/cologne/ esl pro tour rankings used for cologne and most like next years katowice also.
2020-02-22 23:18
1 reply
#101
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United States joke_cs
thank you sir
2020-02-22 23:24
#98
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Macau Be_Happier
EZ FOR EG
2020-02-22 23:10
16 of the top 28 PogChamp
2020-02-23 02:09
#105
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Sweden Vemo
Ez for brazil
2020-02-23 03:41
Let's go Fnatic !
2020-02-23 10:09
#112
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Estonia Hoxpox
mouz will take it :P
2020-02-23 10:22
F A Z E C L A N
2020-02-23 16:38
#115
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Spain Purple21
Hey mens) help me out. Is this a major or not anymore?
2020-02-23 20:30
Finally a tournament without Bra71lian team and fans!!
2020-02-23 20:40
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