Top 20 players of 2020: Brehze (20)

Vincent "⁠Brehze⁠" Cayonte is the first entry in HLTV's 2020 player of the year ranking, powered by GG.BET and Xtrfy, after putting up solid numbers all year long, including the highest trade kill ratio in the world.

Top 20 players of 2020: Introduction

Brehze started playing Counter-Strike for fun in 2014 and made his way through the minor leagues with friends early on, taking his first steps in ESEA Open. Not long after that, he started to move up, ringing for Obey.Alliance alongside players like Cory "⁠APE⁠" Bate and Alec "⁠Slemmy⁠" White before eventually being picked up by the team, with whom he played his first LAN on record, the MLG Americas Minor Championship, in January 2016. Brehze kept growing and gaining experience in that team, who went on play under the names Without a Roof and Kaliber, putting two ESEA Premier seasons, one ECS, and plenty of qualifiers under his belt.

One particular final during his Obey.Alliance days, the ECS Season 1 Qualifier grand final, marked Brehze’s career, as he carried his team to victory over Selfless in such a manner that the rival team’s coach and owner, Steve "⁠Ryu⁠" Rattacasa, accused the youngster of cheating, an accusation he would later recant and apologize for, offering Brehze a spot on his team, which he accepted. Now a starter on an ESL Pro League roster, Brehze began to get a feel for a more professional standard of play in Selfless, and he went on to shed all doubts regarding past accusations at his breakout LAN event, Northern Arena 2016 - Toronto, where he took his team to the playoffs while showing a high level of play against the likes of Heroic and Immortals, finishing the event with a 1.41 rating.

Brehze at the WESG 2017 World Finals with Selfless

Brehze ended 2016 playing his first LAN outside of North America, the WESG 2016 North & South America Finals in São Paulo, Brazil, which Selfless won to qualify for the World Finals in Changzhou, China in early 2017, where he put up a 1.40 rating across 12 maps despite the team’s 9-12th place finish. The budding star’s performances didn’t go unnoticed, and he received an offer soon thereafter from the team with which he would go on to gain notoriety, the newly formed NRG roster led by Damian "⁠daps⁠" Steele.

NRG was a big step up for Brehze, but the team didn’t take off immediately as the core of daps, Brehze and Jacob "⁠FugLy⁠" Medina remained while players were shuffled around them, making it hard to find a proper competitive rhythm, which translated into poor results early on. NRG did manage to qualify for several LAN events, though, and despite two last-place finishes at DreamHack Open Valencia and Atlanta, Brehze was nonetheless able to show strong individual performances, ending the two events with 1.28 and 1.15 ratings. Facing off against the top dogs was another story, however, as Brehze struggled in his two first Pro League Finals in seasons 5 and 6, with 0.88 and 0.85 ratings, respectively.

“We were really strong individually but we also trusted what we were doing, daps was a great leader in those times when playing and competing internationally was still new to a lot of us. Even before I played with CeRq and Ethan he was a huge help for me because he was one of the first real IGLs who I played with that had already competed at the highest level. We just trusted the process and I learned a lot from those times.”

NRG finally found a winning combination in 2018 following the additions of two talented youngsters, Ethan "⁠Ethan⁠" Arnold and Tsvetelin "⁠CeRq⁠" Dimitrov, who formed a deadly trio with incredible firepower alongside Brehze. The team then finished second in the North American divisions of ESL Pro League and ECS, and went on to reach their first Big Event grand final at StarSeries i-League Season 5, after which they became regular playoff contenders at international events and even won the smaller IEM Shanghai and cs_summit 3, with the event in Los Angeles seeing Brehze earn his first MVP medal.

Brehze and NRG reached a new level with the additions of CeRq and Ethan in 2018

NRG started off 2019 with a 15-16th place finish at the IEM Katowice Major, which showed that they weren’t quite ripe for the biggest stage yet, but a roster change that ended up with Tarik "⁠tarik⁠" Celik taking FugLy’s spot in the lineup had immediate effects as the team made three semi-final runs at StarSeries i-League Season 7, IEM Sydney and cs_summit 4, establishing NRG as a threatening team. They kept running into a barrier in the playoffs, however, unable to break past the semi-finals, and a change in leadership was made, with Peter "⁠stanislaw⁠" Jarguz taking daps' spot on the roster.

The change didn’t have an immediate effect on the squad and they kept hitting a brick wall in semi-finals, including at the StarLadder Berlin Major, where they once again went out in 3rd-4th place after a loss to Astralis. The roster was then transferred to the legendary Evil Geniuses organization, finally breaking through their ceiling at their first tournament under the new banner, ESL One New York, where they took revenge on Astralis as they beat the Danes twice, including in the best-of-five grand final. A tournament-high 1.29 rating earned Brehze an MVP award for the second time.

“I think we have all the right pieces to be a winning team and the right personality to go with it. The core of CeRq, Ethan and me has been together the longest and the three of us just work well together.”

Evil Geniuses then slipped up at DreamHack Masters Malmö, an event that started the day after their New York victory, but they bounced back at StarSeries i-League Season 8 in Turkey, taking their second Big Event crown following back-to-back victories in the upper bracket final and grand final over fnatic. Briefly peaking at No. 1 in the world ranking, the team then ended with a slew of playoff runs in their last five events of the year. Brehze, who had been putting up great numbers all year long and even ended as the best trade-fragger in the business, was named the eighth best player of that year.

”The deep runs and consistent placements we had definitely gave me more confidence in my play, especially on LAN, and going into 2020 I was confident in us taking even more titles. We were at a point where we played better on LAN, which had been a problem for us in the early NRG days, when we were getting really good online results compared to LAN, so it sucks that 2020 turned out the way it did with no LANs for the majority of the year.”

United StatesBrehze
2020 Tournament stats
TournamentEvent Team (place) Rating 2.0 (in team) ADR KPR DPR Impact KAST Award
IEM Katowice
(9-12th)
1.14 (1st, +11%) 80.1 0.76 0.67 1.22 71.4%
EPL Season 11 NA
(2nd)
1.14 (1st, +13%) 80.3 0.78 0.66 1.13 71.8% EVP
ESL RtR NA
(7-8th)
1.11 (2nd, +4%) 77.7 0.74 0.65 1.03 71.4%
DH Masters Spring NA
(7-8th)
1.14 (1st, +10%) 80.4 0.74 0.67 1.06 73.4%
BLAST Spring Americas Finals
(1st)
1.03 (3rd, -1%) 71.1 0.68 0.66 1.02 69.7%
cs_summit 6 NA
(1st)
1.26 (1st, +5%) 79.1 0.75 0.55 1.09 79.2% MVP
ESL Cologne NA
(1st)
1.21 (2nd, +7%) 79.6 0.80 0.62 1.21 74.4% EVP
EPL Season 12 NA
(3rd)
1.18 (1st, +9%) 82.0 0.78 0.64 1.09 74.6% EVP
IEM New York NA
(3rd)
1.47 (1st, +19%) 94.4 0.97 0.57 1.54 78.6% EVP
5%+ above average
5%+ below average
Closer than 5% to average

Evil Geniuses started 2020 with a month-long bootcamp in Europe and the BLAST Premier Spring Series in London was their first tournament of the year, where they weren’t able to qualify for the Spring Finals as they finished third of their group following a victory over 100 Thieves and two losses to OG. Evil Geniuses’ slow start continued in Poland, where they once again failed to show their best form. The team began their IEM Katowice campaign on a positive note with a victory against MAD Lions, but then fell to their North American rivals of Liquid in their second group stage match before being taken out in the lower bracket by the team they had eliminated in London, 100 Thieves, ending their run in 9-12th place. Despite the collective blunder, Brehze still managed to show up, leading the squad in their only victory with a 1.48 rating in the series and leaving Poland with a team-high 1.14 rating.

“We had good preparation for both events, honestly. We should have done a lot better than we did, we spent a month’s time in Europe bootcamping, preparing, and at the time we were playing well in our scrims, so it sucks we didn’t perform as we should have.”

Evil Geniuses then travelled back to North America in March as more and more countries started to close their borders due to the growing coronavirus pandemic, prompting play to be divided into regions and moved online. Their first event back home was ESL Pro League Season 11, one of the five most important events of 2020 in North America, in which they finished second to Liquid despite losing coach Chet "⁠Chet⁠" Singh half-way through the event following a breakdown between him and the two players, tarik and stanislaw. Brehze once again performed as he was the highest-rated player in the team with another 1.14 rating, which this time around earned him his first EVP mention of the year.

”Returning to online play was hard for us, initially. It’s just a whole different game, we were so used to playing in tournament environments and being in different countries that being home was kind of foreign to us. We were playing North American teams that did not really compete internationally and who are used to the online meta, so we had to re-adjust to playing like that again.”

The North American squad brought Wilton "⁠zews⁠" Prado in to replace their departing coach, but struggled to hit the ground running under the new skipper’s orders, finishing the two following events, ESL One: Road to Rio North America and DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 North America, in 7-8th place. Evil Geniuses lost to two weaker squads on paper at both events, Cloud9 and Gen.G, but Brehze continued putting up strong numbers, ending the RMR tournament with a 1.11 rating and the DreamHack Masters competition, another one of the five most prestigious events of the year in North America, with another 1.14 rating.

”We had an adjustment period with zews, none of us aside from stanislaw had been on a team with him, so we needed time to lay the foundation again and change little things to fit the new things he wanted to bring.”

Brehze then had his second-worst rating of the year, a still above average 1.03 in his team’s BLAST Premier Spring Americas Finals victory. While a 1.03 rating wasn't great on average for him personally, he was still a contributor, having played several solid maps in the team's first of three consecutive titles that they would win during the summer after dipping down to No. 12 in the world rankings—their lowest since 2018, when daps and FugLy were still on the team. After that, the 22-year-old regained top form, earning an MVP award in cs_summit 6 North America thanks to a 1.26 rating and a year-high 79.2% KAST as he and his team went undefeated, beating FURIA once and Liquid and Gen.G twice each. Brehze was also the standout player in the grand final, with a 1.58 rating in the two maps played against daps's side.

The team’s third victory in a row came after the player break, in another one of the bigger events of the year year in the region, ESL One Cologne North America, in which they once again went undefeated, this time beating Triumph, FURIA and Liquid on their way to the title. Brehze earned an EVP mention and he was just shy of securing another MVP award for his efforts as he ended the tournament with a 1.21 rating, posting above-average ratings and positive KDDs on all 11 maps played.

Brehze didn’t have a single below-average map in ESL One Cologne North America

Evil Geniuses then played in ESL Pro League Season 12, the last of the biggest online events in North America this year, in which Brehze once again put up great numbers with a 1.18 rating across a total of 19 maps as the team finished in third place. He was able to secure his third EVP despite his numbers taking a hit with the losses to FURIA and 100 Thieves in the upper bracket final and consolidation final, respectively, as he put up a 0.96 playoff rating — the only time he dipped below the 1.00 mark in this stage of tournaments.

Another third-place finish ensued in IEM New York North America, in which EG once again fell to FURIA. Despite his team not going all the way, Brehze had his best performance of the year and once again finished runner-up for the MVP medal thanks to a tournament-high 1.47 rating and a 94.4 ADR, though it should be mentioned that his numbers were inflated by his performances in the group stage, in which he boasted a whopping 1.53 rating across ten maps.

”We definitely didn’t feel pressure to perform, I think at this point we weren’t improving anymore by being in North America. We were playing down to the levels of our opponents every time and maybe our confidence was a little low from losing to these teams we know we shouldn’t be losing to.”

Evil Geniuses then travelled to Europe to play the BLAST Premier Fall Series, where they would face European opposition for the first time since IEM Katowice in February. Having spent such a long time in the North American bubble, with practice conditions that were far from ideal, they quickly fell behind, losing two straight matches to OG and NiP in a 10-12th place finish. The event, which didn’t have much of an impact on Brehze’s standing in the top 20 ranking as it was just a group stage, was the only one he ended in the red all year, with a 0.87 rating across the five maps played in the two series.

“Being away from top competition did hurt us to a degree, we knew we could beat these teams, it’s just we needed time to adjust to the European style again. After being eliminated, we continued practicing and it was a night and day difference from when we got there to the end of our time in Europe. If we had maybe gone even earlier and given ourselves more time to prepare I think we would have performed a lot better.”

EG then returned to North America to compete in what would turn out to be their last event of the year, IEM Beijing-Haidian North America, although it is not one important enough to impact Brehze’s place in the rankings as it was missing FURIA, who remained in Europe, and 100 Thieves, who had lost their organization’s backing after IEM New York. He once again put up impressive numbers, accruing a 1.23 rating, but against lesser North American opposition in Rebirth, Triumph and Chaos. The latter ended up eliminating EG in the semi-finals, denying them the chance to take one more regional title before the end of the year. The team started to plummet in the world rankings, and things went from bad to worse as they had to cancel their end-of-the-year trip to Europe due to “Covid-19 travel restrictions,” which meant missing out on their last three events of the year, BLAST Premier Fall Showdown, DreamHack Masters Winter and IEM Global Challenge.

“Honestly, I can’t really think of my best memory of the year, but if I had to pick one, maybe winning BLAST Premier Spring Series North America or maybe IEM Katowice because even though we lost there it was the last real LAN event with all of the top teams and it was still a great experience.”

Why was Brehze the 20th best player of 2020?

Taken at face value, Brehze's performances this year seem as impressive as last year's, for which he was named the eighth-best player in the world, as he was once again one of the best fraggers (0.76 kills per round, sixth-highest overall), the very best at getting trade kills (0.17 per round), and had one of the highest ratings (1.15, ninth-highest). Furthermore, this time around he also displayed great consistency, contributing well above average in every single notable event in which he competed, as well as on a map-to-map basis with 73% of maps with a 1.00+ rating (eighth-highest).

Other noteworthy stats include ending the year with the fourth-best T-side rating (1.16), the 15th-highest ADR (78.8), and the 11th-best KAST (72.9%) and KDD (+456). Brehze was also one of the most consistent at getting kills and multi-kills, as he had 50% of rounds with a frag (ranked sixth), 18.6% of rounds with a multi-kill (ranked 10th) and 6.1% of rounds with three or more frags (ranked fourth).

“I felt my individual level was still pretty good this year, it was just unfortunate we couldn’t play against all of the top teams as much.”

The biggest factor that prevented Brehze from reaching greater heights in the ranking is that he only participated in North American events after IEM Katowice, with the exception of the BLAST Premier Fall Series, which did not count much towards his placing.

The lack of appearances at the most prestigious events in Europe in the last months of the year limited the level of opposition he was able to face, and while he was one of the very best in North America, contributing greatly to his team's success with his MVP and four EVP performances, he would have needed to perform against more top teams at the biggest events for a shot at a higher place on the list.

Bold prediction

Brehze tipped Danny "⁠cxzi⁠" Strzelczyk as his player to watch in 2021 and beyond. The 20-year-old was called up to be a stand-in for Gen.G in ESL Pro League Season 12 after daps had stepped down from the team. Following his time as a ringer, he qualified for DreamHack Masters Winter 2020 North America with Rugratz, averaging a 1.17 rating across six maps.

United States Danny "⁠cxzi⁠" Strzelczyk

”This guy works hard and every time I watch FPL he’s calling and giving ideas. I feel like he can be good.”

Stay tuned to our Top 20 players of 2020 ranking and take a look at the Introduction article to learn more about how the players were selected. This year's ranking is supported by:

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United States Alec 'Slemmy' White
Alec 'Slemmy' White
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.85
Maps played:
445
KPR:
0.57
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.12
United States Danny 'cxzi' Strzelczyk
Danny 'cxzi' Strzelczyk
Age:
20
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
159
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.15
Canada Damian 'daps' Steele
Damian 'daps' Steele
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.87
Maps played:
1023
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
United States Jacob 'FugLy' Medina
Jacob 'FugLy' Medina
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1083
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.13
United States Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1375
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Brazil Wilton 'zews' Prado
Wilton 'zews' Prado
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.80
Maps played:
142
KPR:
0.53
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
Bulgaria Tsvetelin 'CeRq' Dimitrov
Tsvetelin 'CeRq' Dimitrov
Age:
21
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
1038
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.10
Canada Cory 'APE' Bate
Cory 'APE' Bate
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
228
KPR:
0.62
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
United States Steve 'Ryu' Rattacasa
Steve 'Ryu' Rattacasa
Age:
35
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.87
Maps played:
6
KPR:
0.56
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.12
United States Ethan 'Ethan' Arnold
Ethan 'Ethan' Arnold
Age:
20
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
955
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.15
United States Vincent 'Brehze' Cayonte
Vincent 'Brehze' Cayonte
Age:
22
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1004
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
United States Chet 'Chet' Singh
Chet 'Chet' Singh
Age:
24
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.00
Maps played:
0
KPR:
0.00
DPR:
0.00
APR:
0.00
Canada Peter 'stanislaw' Jarguz
Peter 'stanislaw' Jarguz
Age:
26
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1185
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
s1mple should be here... i guess he didn't make it in the top 20 after all.
2021-01-01 20:00
69 replies
0/8
2021-01-01 20:00
12 replies
Mew year, same joke, jerman humour
2021-01-01 20:54
9 replies
Mew? Bruhhh
2021-01-02 00:10
6 replies
ever heard of mis-click?
2021-01-02 06:08
4 replies
Missclick* Sorry that was unnecessary, still did it anyway
2021-01-02 20:05
3 replies
misclick*
2021-01-02 23:45
*misclick Sorry that was unnecessary, still did it anyway
2021-01-03 04:51
1 reply
good.
2021-01-03 19:49
Oh sry, I meant meow*
2021-01-02 07:48
#345
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Turkey JEXA
DAMNN BOII HE THICC !
2021-01-02 08:22
i'm tired of this delusional bot top1 commenter
2021-01-03 06:16
Zywoo top 1
2021-01-02 05:34
true, shouldnt be in the top 20 at all
2021-01-02 18:52
kkkkkkkk
2021-01-01 20:00
+1
2021-01-01 20:00
#47
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Europe Mozozozo
congratz
2021-01-01 20:00
You are fast af boi
2021-01-01 20:00
5 replies
+1 germans just too fast for everyone else
2021-01-01 20:04
4 replies
#152
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Serbia LtN))
+1
2021-01-01 20:22
+1
2021-01-01 22:50
+1 getting some ghost division vibes
2021-01-01 23:57
but not is cs ^.^,
2021-01-02 02:32
expected s0mple to be #20
2021-01-01 20:00
+1
2021-01-01 20:01
#55
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Australia jks_top1
SPEED
2021-01-01 20:01
i wanted frozen here :(
2021-01-01 20:01
6 replies
#127
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Slovakia xaboff
He might still be higher... I hope
2021-01-01 20:14
4 replies
Yep, same.
2021-01-01 20:15
2 replies
#363
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Slovakia xaboff
He didn't make it to the 2019 top 20. So?
2021-01-02 11:16
1 reply
i just realized how badly i misinterpreted that photo nvm pls
2021-01-02 13:34
#253
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Slovakia theHeniek
Same
2021-01-01 21:53
Stupid jerman
2021-01-01 20:01
#68
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France ProfNori
nice one
2021-01-01 20:01
I wanted mir here :(
2021-01-01 20:02
5 replies
Mir will be further
2021-01-01 20:09
4 replies
I doubt about that
2021-01-01 20:51
1 reply
#266
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Denmark abikovich
+1
2021-01-01 22:45
More deserving than brehze tbh
2021-01-02 06:56
1 reply
+1
2021-01-02 10:44
#75
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Denmark Nt_NoScene
0/8
2021-01-01 20:02
#78
OK | 
Switzerland OHMOHM
+1
2021-01-01 20:02
+1
2021-01-01 20:02
#85
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Russia 4MPL
bad bait,little girl :)
2021-01-01 20:03
1 reply
Is that you kivoJ
2021-01-01 20:13
expected from jermen cheater))
2021-01-01 20:05
Hahahaha 0/8 You still managed to bait out many comments, including this one :D
2021-01-01 20:06
+1
2021-01-01 20:11
#113
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Ukraine vskgthree
nt jerman
2021-01-01 20:11
+1
2021-01-01 20:11
haha
2021-01-01 20:14
kkkkkk
2021-01-01 20:16
#140
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Ukraine Chrisjkk
As a s0mple fan i have to admit it
2021-01-01 20:19
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
2021-01-01 20:26
Jerman bot got firsts place, expected
2021-01-01 20:26
#186
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Namibia Nachofish
+1 way to uses that #1
2021-01-01 20:36
Haha what a legend
2021-01-01 20:37
Lmao +1
2021-01-01 20:40
#206
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Russia SW@G_2
Made me chuckle bro
2021-01-01 20:50
#208
B1T | 
Europe Gigska
relax jerman he is faar of top20 list
2021-01-01 20:54
#255
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United States ClickHole
8/8
2021-01-01 21:54
#257
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Brazil Goelfla
man, its a joke?
2021-01-01 21:57
Lmaooo
2021-01-01 22:05
+1
2021-01-01 23:06
Jermxn humour
2021-01-02 06:53
+1
2021-01-02 08:17
Oh-ho-ho, sooo fresh joke, where you findid it? In the official reference book of German jokes for 1923?
2021-01-02 11:51
#388
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Slovakia EvErisT
s1mple top 3
2021-01-02 19:41
wtf
2021-01-01 20:00
4 replies
lil_gho2t
2021-01-01 20:12
I know, way to low....
2021-01-01 21:17
Xaxaxa nt
2021-01-02 06:53
1 reply
#1 was already there when I commented germans too fast :(
2021-01-02 11:38
I knew Brehze would make it, sadly only person from EG who did. s1mple soon as top 1
2021-01-01 20:01
6 replies
+1
2021-01-01 20:02
I'd have though Ethan above Brehze
2021-01-01 20:29
1 reply
then ethan must be 19th but thats probs impossible
2021-01-01 21:12
NA should be happy about 1 spot bruh
2021-01-02 00:08
Who is it? Even no highlight video for him
2021-01-02 12:47
#390
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Finland skaril
Tarik #5 trust me bro
2021-01-02 22:11
Nice, deserved!
2021-01-01 20:00
#5
ropz | 
Nigeria STFU_M8
f
2021-01-01 20:00
#6
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Europe X1gma
Undesrved
2021-01-01 20:00
so freaking deserved
2021-01-01 20:00
#8
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Iceland BuioCS
dang
2021-01-01 20:00
LET'S GO
2021-01-01 20:00
#10
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Bulgaria Sefko
not first
2021-01-01 20:00
lets gooo
2021-01-01 20:00
ez
2021-01-01 20:00
#14
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Poland mich34
LOL
2021-01-01 20:00
expected
2021-01-01 20:00
#16
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Pakistan LoOuU2
Surprising. This makes me even more shocked regarding EG not being in Top 10 team of the year yet their star player making it into Top 20.
2021-01-01 20:02
17 replies
+1 it was unclear how Hltv was gonna react to the player seperation through online. Lokks like they are just gonna rank NA players wax higher than they are, Brehze is not even a top 30 player. Hltv loves NA tho so no surprise really.
2021-01-01 20:17
16 replies
"Brehze is not even a top 30 player" that is laughable, brehze is arguably NA's biggest talent after elige
2021-01-01 20:20
5 replies
And now?
2021-01-01 20:34
4 replies
what do you mean? he didn't have a huge falling off or anything like that his team only played na lol
2021-01-01 20:45
2021-01-01 20:47
2 replies
2021-01-02 02:15
1 reply
#309
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Slovakia theHeniek
2021-01-02 03:15
Yeah someone who got number #8 when he was competing against tier 1 teams is not even a top 30 player.
2021-01-01 20:45
7 replies
So shall we put guardian back in there cause he used to be good?
2021-01-01 21:43
6 replies
#264
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United Kingdom Dinoblitx
What? Guardian is washed, Brehze's not?
2021-01-01 22:43
bad logic
2021-01-01 23:10
1 reply
Ur logic
2021-01-02 02:15
he has 0.02 lower rating this year kek
2021-01-02 02:21
2 replies
last year: vs tier 1 and 2 this year: vs tier 4,3 and 2
2021-01-02 17:49
1 reply
so?
2021-01-02 17:50
#202
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France poulpup
he was top 8 last year so...
2021-01-01 20:46
1 reply
He is top 10 for sure. Sad for him his team is so bad.
2021-01-01 23:35
Nice lul
2021-01-01 20:00
what
2021-01-01 20:00
Ok
2021-01-01 20:00
Nice
2021-01-01 20:00
#23
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Finland BlasuS
ok
2021-01-01 20:00
#24
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Russia Hidd3N_
Nice
2021-01-01 20:00
WHAT LMAO XD
2021-01-01 20:00
NA OMEGALUL
2021-01-01 20:00
#27
ropz | 
Romania Laskof
F
2021-01-01 20:00
KEKW
2021-01-01 20:00
Not deserved
2021-01-01 20:00
#30
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Namibia KhT
WHY???
2021-01-01 20:00
what
2021-01-01 20:00
#32
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United States me_0_major
thats crazy!
2021-01-01 20:00
lol what
2021-01-01 20:00
Okay
2021-01-01 20:00
#36
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Romania decis1ve
lol
2021-01-01 20:00
What!
2021-01-01 20:00
#38
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Lithuania andy_
Deserved!
2021-01-01 20:00
F5
2021-01-01 20:00
#40
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Germany Hakantngr
LOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLL NA CS
2021-01-01 20:00
Poghze
2021-01-01 20:00
Undeserved but ok...
2021-01-01 20:00
unexpected but deserved
2021-01-01 20:00
#46
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Israel FRIsaac
WTF
2021-01-01 20:00
OMEGALUL THIS????
2021-01-01 20:00
1.06 rating throughout his time in europe, not deserved tbh, but congratz
2021-01-01 20:00
Lol
2021-01-01 20:00
lmao
2021-01-01 20:01
#57
ZywOo | 
India aR__
Not deserved WTF, POIZON MUCH BETTER YEAR KEKW
2021-01-01 20:01
1 reply
Lmao
2021-01-01 20:14
rip mir
2021-01-01 20:01
#59
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Australia jks_top1
He deserved higher but whatever ig
2021-01-01 20:01
Undeserved. He is Top30+ in 2020
2021-01-01 20:01
#61
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North America GOD_DEVVE
interesting...
2021-01-01 20:01
#62
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Poland sylwek1021
deserved
2021-01-01 20:01
#63
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Japan Pingu_MOUZ
hello mens))
2021-01-01 20:01
ez
2021-01-01 20:01
kkkkkkkkkk what? :DDD undeserved
2021-01-01 20:01
#69
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Brazil thr110
Well deserverd
2021-01-01 20:01
gg
2021-01-01 20:01
god brehze
2021-01-01 20:02
Unexpected
2021-01-01 20:02
congratz
2021-01-01 20:02
#79
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
I expected someone from "Furia" or Poizon, I don’t know, but I don’t think it was bad
2021-01-01 20:02
4 replies
poizon with 0.99 rating lmfao
2021-01-01 20:21
3 replies
#151
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
I mean, I haven't watched complexity for a long time, so that was said based on few matches.
2021-01-01 20:22
2 replies
k0nfig and blameF gonna be top 20 tho
2021-01-01 20:25
1 reply
#165
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
I don’t watch complexity very much, but I think so, since I’ve heard a lot about them
2021-01-01 20:26
deserved
2021-01-01 20:02
#82
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CIS yeskelaa
Danny "⁠cxzi⁠" Strzelczyk new polish talant?
2021-01-01 20:03
5 replies
#118
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Poland Aiko_
Yes he with bntet, stanislaw and mantuu are the best poles They will do a polish super team in NA in 2021 you will see
2021-01-01 20:12
4 replies
you forgot elige :/
2021-01-01 20:17
What about shroud
2021-01-01 21:24
#342
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Argentina XaiDN
Good one
2021-01-02 08:05
#370
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Germany Koalafire
What about tabseN?
2021-01-02 12:06
#83
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Finland 0lter
hahahahahahahaha not deserved at all playing vs bots in NA and not even playing end of year what a joke
2021-01-01 20:03
6 replies
+1
2021-01-01 20:21
#162
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Denmark Zetix02
+1
2021-01-01 20:26
and of course the jealous europoor comes here
2021-01-01 20:32
True he mainly farmed NA
2021-01-01 20:37
He is down 12 spots for a reason
2021-01-01 21:23
1 reply
#260
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Finland 0lter
should be down 21
2021-01-01 22:24
unexpected
2021-01-01 20:03
Hahahaha
2021-01-01 20:03
WTF
2021-01-01 20:03
#88
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Brazil hugoooo
"⁠cxzi" hahaha wtf Brehze⁠
2021-01-01 20:04
#89
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United States diimey
cxzi shout hmmm
2021-01-01 20:04
EG had a few good runs this year i guess congrats brehze
2021-01-01 20:04
2 replies
#141
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Finland HARD4ENCE
Top 1 NA team for the first half of the year. I know it's "only" NA but they repeatedly beat teams like Liquid and FURIA and won most of the NA online tournaments. Possibly no other EG member makes it to the list but I don't see why people are that surprised. This is fairly deserved by brehze.
2021-01-01 20:21
1 reply
I am not complaining i am a huge fan of EG its just they had pretty bad runs in EU
2021-01-01 21:24
Deserved better
2021-01-01 20:05
Well, it was close
2021-01-01 20:05
how many eu/cis player are not going to make it that grinded all year and some guy who palyed valorant for half the year gets it
2021-01-01 20:05
4 replies
#225
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Sweden Rheniel
Doesnt matter what game ur playing as long as you achieve more and have a higher rating than those guys 😎👍
2021-01-01 21:17
2 replies
it does matter cuz im not #1 cuz i dropped 50 bombs in silver 1 mm
2021-01-01 21:41
1 reply
How unfair, if u were from NA the top 20 spot would be yours!
2021-01-02 02:17
+1 wtf
2021-01-01 21:19
Brehze only 20th means EliGe is likely 14th :(
2021-01-01 20:06
1 reply
Would be really lucky for both
2021-01-01 20:22
+1 no na players deserve top 20 this year
2021-01-01 20:06
3 replies
+1 maybe elige on 20 and then no one else
2021-01-01 20:23
1 reply
#378
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Germany Koalafire
This! Brehze was the second best Na Player, so only the best deserves to be in the list - Elige! Would be hilarious to put even one more Na Player in this list
2021-01-02 13:55
cope
2021-01-01 20:32
#98
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Australia popoto
LUL
2021-01-01 20:06
swag
2021-01-01 20:06
1 reply
god
2021-01-01 20:24
lol ok
2021-01-01 20:06
GODBREHZE
2021-01-01 20:07
What? I mean he has good stats but these were against some t2 american teams, his team and himself sucked in europe and he didn't played any games in the last 1,5 months. Undeseverd but ok
2021-01-01 20:07
5 replies
they still dominated na for half of the year and brehze was their best player
2021-01-01 20:22
4 replies
Like he said they dominated tier 3 cs and failed against tier 1
2021-01-01 20:24
1 reply
they failed 1 tournament
2021-01-01 20:25
Yeah he was their best player and like I said they dominanted in NA but look at his stats hltv.org/stats/players/matches/9136/breh.. 1.13 rating against top 30 is good but he farmed stats against teams like new england whalers, swole patrol, team one, old mibr and triumph which were all barely top 30 teams at one point and t2 in NA. Also the only top 20 teams he faced were Furia, Liquid, 100 Thieves and OG and NiP both one time (average rating of 1.07) He didn't faced teams like Astralis, Vitality, Navi, BIG, G2 so he basically didn't even played against the top 5 teams of the year and the only good teams (top 5) he played against was Furia and Liquid once in early 2020 where he averaged a 0.99 rating. So he only had good ratings against lower ranked teams and didn't even play against strong european teams and imo the 20th place is undeserved imo
2021-01-01 20:46
1 reply
+1
2021-01-02 02:19
#105
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Brazil setsz
yuurih #19
2021-01-01 20:07
#106
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France Uexo
what??
2021-01-01 20:08
undeserved
2021-01-01 20:10
GRATZ!
2021-01-01 20:10
nani ?
2021-01-01 20:10
EZ 4 Asian CS
2021-01-01 20:11
rugratz god cxzi gonna make it next year dont worry :)
2021-01-01 20:11
This confirms Magisk is in the top20 :D
2021-01-01 20:12
1 reply
How come "this confirms"? Its obvious Magisk gonna be in top10 lmao
2021-01-02 15:43
Kinda worried Xantares won't make it now
2021-01-01 20:12
2 replies
Might be cause hltv loves NA
2021-01-01 20:25
#163
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Finland HARD4ENCE
He will. I would say top 10-15.
2021-01-01 20:26
#121
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Finland Qurko
HLTV standards axaxaxa
2021-01-01 20:13
#123
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Sweden RaaCCooN
ok
2021-01-01 20:13
LMFAO WHAT A JOKE at least ik elige will be top 15 minimum but brehze does not deserve top 20
2021-01-01 20:15
1 reply
I ve got Elige in my top 10 1.28 impact rating this year. He s still insane
2021-01-01 20:22
Omegalul Still Teses top19 at least 🙂
2021-01-01 20:16
NA OMEGALUL
2021-01-01 20:17
so this means that niko is out of the top 20 now F
2021-01-01 20:17
that means hen1 no top 20
2021-01-01 20:17
#136
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CIS sergioff
OMEGALUL
2021-01-01 20:17
And then people expect s1mple top1 hahahahahaha
2021-01-01 20:18
NA players only
2021-01-01 20:18
#139
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Chile nachooww
LOL
2021-01-01 20:18
#144
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Turkey DodoMan47
GODBREHZE
2021-01-01 20:21
#147
mir | 
Russia M13F
LMAO
2021-01-01 20:21
wtf
2021-01-01 20:22
completely unexpected
2021-01-01 20:24
Unexpected and undeserved Edit: We can already stop following their list as it starts with bs
2021-01-01 20:26
5 replies
its deserved unless ur a clueless retard
2021-01-01 20:30
2 replies
how deserved?? EG wasn't even good in NA. Got rekt completely in EU. Zero map wins. In a normal year with compete NA vs EU maybe he could deserve it but not this year. Cuz I know 40 EU players that are better than him this year.
2021-01-01 21:42
1 reply
+1
2021-01-02 02:14
you hate us cuz you anus.
2021-01-01 20:34
1 reply
I hate noone, especailly not my friends from NA
2021-01-01 20:36
#167
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Finland Glibsu
not deserved...
2021-01-01 20:26
who? omg
2021-01-01 20:27
#170
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Hungary Gulaash
Kim Jung Un
2021-01-01 20:29
1 reply
hahahahahah
2021-01-01 20:37
#171
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Chile cristiaan
LETS GO NA
2021-01-01 20:30
Nice Shorts man!! LOOOL
2021-01-01 20:30
Wot
2021-01-01 20:30
#175
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
Wow
2021-01-01 20:31
Congrats! In terms of NA players I wonder how high ELiGE will place this year.
2021-01-01 20:31
1 reply
2021-01-01 21:31
#179
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Brazil YUB8
Unexpected
2021-01-01 20:32
#182
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Germany Dayjay
what a joke
2021-01-01 20:34
who is this guy ?
2021-01-01 20:37
2 replies
brehze the 20th best player of 2020
2021-01-01 21:20
1 reply
who?
2021-01-01 22:43
NA is not dead... It's still breathing
2021-01-01 20:37
expected
2021-01-01 20:38
Deserved for NA Top 20
2021-01-01 20:42
I deserved him to be higher
2021-01-01 20:43
#197
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Finland Emvi
NA bot farming enough into top 20, unexpected. Only expected yuurih, hen1, kcserato and elige
2021-01-01 20:43
EG KEKW NA LULW
2021-01-01 20:44
From 8 to 20, NA LOL
2021-01-01 20:47
#210
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Brazil _Awper
I'm happy because that confirms that HEN1, Kscerato and Yuurih are in the top 20!
2021-01-01 21:00
3 replies
Probably only yuurih if Any of em
2021-01-01 21:08
2 replies
#286
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Brazil _Awper
why would Brehze be and not them?
2021-01-02 00:26
1 reply
#369
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Finland Glibsu
i think there will not be 3 players from furia because they are not in top 3. i think 1 or 2
2021-01-02 12:00
HOW THE FUCK. OH HELL NO. PUTTING ANY NA PLAYERS = AUTOMATICALLY INVALID
2021-01-01 21:00
9 replies
only elige deserves a spot in top 20 list
2021-01-01 21:04
#224
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Sweden Rheniel
15-20 full na confirmed
2021-01-01 21:14
Why? What is your illogical thought process behind this?
2021-01-02 04:27
4 replies
Na CS this year has been dogshit, Players like brehze were stat farming against tier 4 opponents
2021-01-02 04:30
3 replies
This post tells me you didn't watch any NA CS or EG play at all... Just because Brehze is 1st in the world for trade-kills doesn't mean he is stat-padding or baiting, this is an ill-conceived, misunderstood notion.
2021-01-02 04:32
2 replies
I do not care about his play, it is unfair to everyone in Europe and the CIS to put him at number 20 in the world when he hasn't played against any real opponents at all. The fact that chaos and triumph have managed to win any matches at all this year is proof of that.
2021-01-02 04:45
1 reply
How is it unfair if the statistics Brehze earned and worked hard for place him at No. 20? Do you not understand how the rankings work, friend?
2021-01-02 04:49
So not even EliGE deserves it? Sure they only played against NA but consider the fact that Brehze had some of the same stats that he had last year when he was 8th. The 20th spot is meant to be a compromise between him playing great but also playing against worse opposition. The fact that he even got 20th shows how well he played since he would have been much higher if he played against EU.
2021-01-02 09:46
1 reply
#368
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Finland Glibsu
Nah i don't think so. This year in EU there was like 13 best players and something like 4 from CIS and elige from NA for sure but brehze did not play this year that well so in my opinion he don't deserve this title but yes it is prob hard to make the list when you need to compare EU and NA. Also maybe some furia players i didn't include them to NA
2021-01-02 11:59
Undeserved, unactive for like 20% of the year, only played once against EU and didnt do very well. I could see someone like elige, grim, hen1, yuurih or ksc here on the low 20's, hell even stewie, but EG just sucked, Liquid/FURIA had one or two tournaments where they lost to them early last year but that was IT. Bs ranking including NA where they shouldn't be, this coming from a BR/NA supporter
2021-01-01 21:03
i sleep NA scene lol
2021-01-01 21:03
glad to see pinoy boyz out here
2021-01-01 21:03
best moments from him - youtube.com/watch?v=r7C51wHWmD0
2021-01-01 21:06
valde
2021-01-01 21:09
Why?
2021-01-01 21:10
1 reply
#223
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Sweden Rheniel
Why
2021-01-01 21:13
expected
2021-01-01 21:12
#222
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Sweden Rheniel
God brehze. The fact that the guy who accused him of cheating invited him to his team is kinda epic 😎👌
2021-01-01 21:13
Chrisj top 19 confirmed
2021-01-01 21:19
still good i guess
2021-01-01 21:20
lol
2021-01-01 21:20
Thats a lot of 20's for one title
2021-01-01 21:21
Deserved, happy for Brehze
2021-01-01 21:22
brezhe still deserve more , because online its too sad for NA scene LOL
2021-01-01 21:24
3 replies
#238
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United States ILOVEFEET
brehze is top 2 NA rifler easily and a top 10 player iwhen he peaks
2021-01-01 21:27
2 replies
top20 list isn't about the potential it is about what you have done. And If you pick NA players I expect a Renegade player as well in top 20 and maybe a player from tyloo... NA is tier 3.
2021-01-01 21:40
1 reply
That's an insult to tier3
2021-01-01 21:45
Deserved
2021-01-01 21:27
Whaaaaaaaaat
2021-01-01 21:30
MAH BOI BREHZE
2021-01-01 21:33
nice job hltv , waiting for this every year :) nice BREHZE
2021-01-01 21:38
This year the top20 will be a shit show with players that don't belong into top 20. If Brehze is top 20. I expect all 5 BIG players in top 20 not only 2... Cuz with this you set the standard very low.
2021-01-01 21:38
5 replies
"don't belong in the top 20" I'm pretty sure every player ranked deserves to be here, friend... You're missing the point of these rankings entirely if you believe otherwise.
2021-01-02 04:26
4 replies
Then you miss the whole year. Competition in NA is like MDL league. If you farm stats and can't even dominate in such a league you aren't a top 20 player.
2021-01-02 10:00
3 replies
Now you're accusing the farming of stats? Your comments tell me you aren't watching as many games as you claim you are...
2021-01-02 15:26
2 replies
1.16 rating in MDL is no top20 material. That is my statement and a fact.
2021-01-02 17:25
1 reply
How is fact if Brehze has just placed 20th? Yet again, another post of misinformation... You need to understand the difference between fact and opinion, friend.
2021-01-02 18:00
First Mexican in Top 20
2021-01-01 21:39
Deserved
2021-01-01 21:56
#259
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Iraq remind00
shows everything how bad this year was
2021-01-01 22:23
wtf? brehze? he wasnt playing all year LOL
2021-01-01 22:24
who
2021-01-01 22:30
imo deserved and undeserved at the same time
2021-01-01 22:42
Wasted spot
2021-01-01 22:47
1 reply
#296
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Montenegro IzAlaN
wasted spot if shitbr in top20
2021-01-02 02:03
#269
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Finland EliasQxD
The top 20 this year will have some players that normally wouldn't make it to the top 20. I would say that if it was a normal year, Brehze wouldn't be here. I don't want to take anything from him, I guess it's a decent pick.
2021-01-01 23:03
#273
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Poland SebL
He had a great year, deserved placing for me.
2021-01-01 23:28
wtf
2021-01-01 23:51
great player, but def not top20 for 2020, unexpected and undeserved imo
2021-01-01 23:58
If brehze is here I expect both mantuu and valde in here then.
2021-01-02 00:08
Nice joke
2021-01-02 00:10
#284
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Portugal _hateN_
first and only na spot, na should be happy
2021-01-02 00:19
1 reply
#287
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Brazil _Awper
Elige?
2021-01-02 00:28
not deserved
2021-01-02 00:24
#288
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Brazil Sudario
god brehze! merecido
2021-01-02 00:35
Entirely disagree. I guess I won't see mir here anymore. You still need to work on your calculations and consider a lot more things than you seemingly do. Let's see.
2021-01-02 00:52
10 replies
"work on your calculations" What do you mean by this?
2021-01-02 04:24
9 replies
More or less what I said, I feel like not all of the things have been accounted for and the other underlooked because of the factual numbers that don't realistically imply the player's skill ceiling.
2021-01-02 04:28
8 replies
The statistics can only paint the picture of what they are capable of... The statistics you are after would be impossible to implicate. The statistics speak for themselves, friend.
2021-01-02 04:31
7 replies
That's one thing but belittling one's capabilities because of the frequency of participation the player was a part of is another thing that bugs. Given that the player had to grind to be present, while never performing worse, and actually better, than those who received free tickets.
2021-01-02 04:35
6 replies
Again, the statistics already present speaks for itself, friend. Grinding is an essential part of being a professional player, is it not?
2021-01-02 04:47
5 replies
No doubts, you let it slip by that I mean, consistency has always been there, and team's activity more often than not, depends on all five players, not the player in question. But he is who suffers. And it is something that won't be considered because numbers already painted the picture. But not the story behind it.
2021-01-02 04:57
4 replies
That isn't how statistics or rankings in general work, friend. If you have this mindset before checking out the Top 20, then ridiculing HLTV is pretty unfair indeed. Brehze is "statistically" the best player in the world of 2020. Disagree all you like, that is fine and subject to your opinionto be respected; but attempting to call out HLTV due to "miscalculations" because of an ineptitude of how statistics or rankings function is out of order. Have a good day, friend.
2021-01-02 05:05
3 replies
I rant about flaws of such listings, even with the given criteria, it can't be perfected but there always has to be a discussion on how to improve the situation. To have the best formula possible, to cut the amount of upset waiters.
2021-01-02 05:12
Talking with your alt is another level
2021-01-02 06:28
1 reply
I don't have any alternate accounts, friend.
2021-01-02 15:23
:DDDDDD UNDESERVED
2021-01-02 00:52
GRIM TOP #1. JUST WATCH.
2021-01-02 00:57
GG.SCAM
2021-01-02 01:54
#297
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United States TopBaiter
Very nice, well-deserved, but the rest of EG were total ass this year
2021-01-02 02:05
Yahoo! My scene is singlehandedly carried by GOD BrehEZ
2021-01-02 02:06
Literally didnt heard from this guy this year wtf LOL
2021-01-02 02:10
I mean he is definitly a top 20 player, but be doesn t deserve top 20 place in 2020
2021-01-02 02:31
1 reply
+1 This doesn't bode well for the resr of the top 20. It will probably be an utter (bad) joke, like the 2020 year.
2021-01-02 10:56
#308
sdy | 
Russia eZZery
mir must be in top <3
2021-01-02 02:33
#310
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Asia Blitzer
#1 trade kills FUCKING BAITER
2021-01-02 03:57
1 reply
That isn't necessarily precise considering Brehze was usually the entry for EG, but would sometimes diversify roles depending on the map.
2021-01-02 04:24
if this guy deserves #20, Jks deserves to be on the list too smh
2021-01-02 04:12
2 replies
Mir too Yekindar too
2021-01-02 06:57
1 reply
#367
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Finland Glibsu
+1
2021-01-02 11:53
deserved more tbh, already dissapointed by hltv
2021-01-02 04:18
1st in the world for trade-kills is very impressive...
2021-01-02 04:22
#325
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CIS Mirey
Zywoo 1st im from future)
2021-01-02 04:47
no prediction game?
2021-01-02 04:49
#332
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Europe t.o.p
Nice
2021-01-02 05:27
Beast.
2021-01-02 07:24
Not being in EU tournaments really cost these guys ......
2021-01-02 08:20
1 reply
They could chose. A hard decision but they decided to stay home.
2021-01-02 10:47
where frag movie?
2021-01-02 09:10
WUT ? NA PLAYER IN RANKING ? ITS YOKE ?
2021-01-02 09:16
who
2021-01-02 09:19
#349
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Estonia sEEmANN
pff what the fuck playng against fucking t5 na teams all year and get top 20 place hahah hltv u are a joke !"
2021-01-02 09:37
Well deserved. But not in EU ofc. He is a beast in NA.
2021-01-02 09:54
I thought it would HEN1, so I hope he will be 17 - 19
2021-01-02 10:42
#359
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Japan chanse
who is this?
2021-01-02 10:53
so vini must be 15#
2021-01-02 10:54
Brehze being 20th means that he remains the only EG player to reach top 20. :/ at least this is my opinion
2021-01-02 11:06
The top20 starts out as a joke ofc. Knew they should have skipped this year.. Hey lets put a na player on there wich didnt play vs the good teams for 90% of the year, hey.
2021-01-02 11:26
#372
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Lebanon Dogman69
deserved
2021-01-02 12:54
Undeserved, especially with how bad na teams performed in eu. Liquid and Furia players can make it but definitely not EG
2021-01-02 13:12
FGUCAKLDNAWLKDNAWLDASLK;DANDASKLD FUCKCKCKCKCKC LESS CHANCE OF DA BEST PLAYER BROLLAN TO NBE TOP 20
2021-01-02 13:14
gz deserved
2021-01-02 13:28
Need some events freakin badly right now.
2021-01-02 13:38
sad
2021-01-02 19:39
#391
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Hungary szia
"Brehze at the WESG 2017 World Finals with Selfless" That pic is from WESG 2016 World Finals wtf hltv >:( hltv.org/gallery/view/79602
2021-01-02 23:06
unexpected
2021-01-03 00:50
s2mple
2021-01-03 04:17
Nice
2021-01-03 10:01
#398
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France Sheld
what is the impact formula ?
2021-01-03 14:22
joke player
2021-01-03 22:33
1 reply
whats wrong with him?
2021-01-05 07:10
#402
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Russia h0w666
NA player in top 20? It's joke?)
2021-01-07 01:01
expected
2021-01-14 14:27
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