Top 20 players of 2020: ropz (7)

Robin "⁠ropz⁠" Kool takes seventh place in our ranking of the Top 20 players of 2020, powered by GG.BET and Xtrfy, thanks to exceptional fragging, great map-to-map consistency, and strong performances in the biggest matches.

Top 20 players of 2020: Introduction

Players making their way from anonymity into top teams via pick-up game services like FACEIT and ESEA might be common now, but it was ropz that laid the path with his, at the time, unique way of becoming a professional player. The Estonian began his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive journey in 2014, after a couple of Majors had already been played, but he adapted to the game quickly. After all, he had played CS 1.6, spent countless hours on KZ servers, and experimented with Call of Duty before schoolmates told him that a new version of his favorite game had been released.

Like most players, ropz initially turned towards his country and region when looking for teammates and competition, but quickly realized that being from Estonia, a country with a population of little over one million people, was going to be a limiting factor. Therefore, he set out to play FACEIT and make a name for himself that way, qualifying for FPL Challenger in April 2016 and taking it to the next step by earning a spot in FPL (FACEIT Pro League) before the end of the year.

ropz made playoffs at his first LAN with mouz, beating NAVI and Heroic

It took ropz less than a year to go from reaching FPL-C to qualifying for his first Major, but that doesn't mean the period was easy for him. He was an instant sensation in FPL, winning the competition in his second month and outperforming some of the most proven and decorated players of the game. But the fact that an unknown 17-year-old Estonian kid was doing so well didn't sit right with everyone. Despite ropz streaming his games, cheating accusations were hurled at him, with a stream clip including Jesper "⁠JW⁠" Wecksell's comment describing the atmosphere at the time quite well.

It was not only the kills he was getting, but the manner in which he played, checking every angle, always being aware, that made people suspect there was foul play at hand. The fnatic member was far from the only professional who doubted ropz's legitimacy, which prompted FACEIT to fly out the youngster to their offices in London, where he was expected to play as he did at home to prove that he wasn't cheating.

With immense pressure on his back, ropz performed adequately, and slowly but surely, the suspicions died down. The test happened in March, and by April, he signed his first professional contract, joining mousesports. He wasn't lacking options at the time, with multiple organizations recognizing his potential, but he decided on the team featuring Chris "⁠chrisJ⁠" de Jong and Tomáš "⁠oskar⁠" Šťastný as they were willing to be flexible and allow him to continue his education.

"When I qualified for FPL, I knew that the accusations would eventually start. It had been the same deal in FPL-C, a lot of people even wanted to dodge games if they were against me, so I was prepared for it. I tried to do everything in my power to prove myself (even streaming with a camera that showed me playing), but no one, of course, believed anything, because why should they? So I kind of started to question myself and I was feeling really down. Then FACEIT approached me and that was my only option left, so I just took it. I think it proved to me how good I really am and nowadays it’s just fun to look back at what a lot of people said." - ropz talked about the situation after ranking 19th on the Top 20 players list in 2018.

ropz's slow and meticulous playstyle made him slot right into the lurk role, which he continues to play to this day, perfecting it over time. On his LAN debut at DreamHack Open Tours 2017, mousesports finished 3rd-4th and the Estonian posted a 0.97 rating, but he picked up the pace at ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals a few months later with a 1.12 rating, quickly adapting to LAN play. Not long after he had officially become a professional, mousesports earned a spot at the PGL Krakow Major 2017, with the Estonian posting an outstanding 1.49 rating in the Main Qualifier. At that point, it was apparent that he was the real deal, and his zero-to-hero story opened up the doors for many other players.

The 2017-18 mousesports lineup was ranked as high as second in the world

The first Major he attended with mousesports was nothing to write home about, as they finished 12-14th, leading to a roster change. The additions of Martin "⁠STYKO⁠" Styk and Miikka "⁠suNny⁠" Kemppi created the most successful mousesports lineup until that point. They won their second event together, ESG Tour Mykonos 2017, and went on a playoff streak that lasted 11 LAN events and included the ELEAGUE 2018 Major, ropz's first time reaching this stage of a Major. During that time, ropz also won two tournaments, StarSeries i-League Season 4 and the ~$600,000 prize pool V4 Future Festival 2018.

A standout player during the run, ropz earned a number of EVP mentions and kept up his form for the second half of the year, when Janusz "⁠Snax⁠" Pogorzelski was introduced instead of STYKO. In a sea of underwhelming performances with that roster, including a last-place FACEIT Major exit, mousesports managed one great result, winning ESL One New York 2018. For his consistency in a historic year for mousesports, ropz was ranked 19th on that year's list of the top players, but he showed even better form in 2019.

"I think communicating in a language that is not your native language isn’t that big of a thing nowadays. As long as everyone is used to it, it’s hard to notice. Well, I actually have nothing to compare it to. But from my own experience, once people are used to playing with each other and know how we talk, etc., it just becomes smooth and easy. There are many things to do, of course. For example, we had some very specific talks and exercises with our psychologist on how to 'help communication'. We met and made up a lot of keywords, not even make all of them up because we already naturally use many to shorten sentences to just a word or a few. And we put it on paper and turned them into 'facts', so no one gets confused.

"An example - if we say freeze or gap, it usually means one of us is in a super good position which could determine the round and everyone else should react to what this player does next, you could imagine me on a lurk or someone found a gap, etc. In general, I think speaking in your mother language is always going to be superior in a game like CS, in which communication is very important and everything needs to be said without delay. However, the effect nowadays feels minimal to me at least, considering I’ve been playing on such a roster for four years."

The year started with heartbreak, however, as his team failed to get out of groups at the Europe Minor, leading to a massive roster overhaul. In-game leader Finn "⁠karrigan⁠" Andersen, young talent David "⁠frozen⁠" Čerňanský, and star AWPer Özgür "⁠woxic⁠" Eker came in for the trio of suNny, oskar, and STYKO, creating the core that represents the team to this day. The new mousesports took some time to get rolling and become a top-10 team again, but ropz was again always performing, finishing only one event "in the red" across the whole year - the StarLadder Major Berlin, where he was unable to get out of the New Legends Stage.

The karrigan-led mousesports broke the deadlock at CS:GO Asia Championships 2019

The team reached its peak at the end of 2019 with four great events, winning three and finishing second at the other one. ropz was instrumental to mousesports accomplishments and picked up his career-first MVP at the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, the team's biggest trophy of the year. In the end, he placed 10th on the Top 20 players of the year list, standing out with an extremely high rating (1.20, sixth-highest) and as one of the hardest players to kill (0.60 deaths per round, seventh-best).

ropz wasn't the main star of the team in 2018 or 2019, finishing just one event as the highest-rated mousesports player in 2018 and three in 2019. Going into 2020, that was about to change.

Estoniaropz
2020 Tournament stats
TournamentEvent Team (place) Rating 2.0 (in team) ADR KPR DPR Impact KAST Award
ICE Challenge
(1st)
1.21 (2nd, +8%) 83.3 0.80 0.57 1.01 75.3% EVP
IEM Katowice
(7-8th)
1.21 (1st, +11%) 79.5 0.82 0.58 1.12 75.9%
EPL Season 11 EU
(2nd)
1.14 (1st, +13%) 78.9 0.76 0.64 1.09 71.9% EVP
ESL RtR Europe
(13-14th)
1.10 (3rd, +8%) 73.8 0.71 0.60 0.96 73.1%
DH Masters Spring EU
(13-16th)
1.11 (1st, +25%) 78.9 0.73 0.65 1.06 72.0%
cs_summit 6 Europe
(13-16th)
1.04 (2nd, +10%) 74.5 0.75 0.66 0.87 69.6%
ESL Cologne EU
(13-16th)
1.15 (1st, +39%) 86.9 0.86 0.77 1.36 66.1%
EPL Season 12 EU
(4th)
1.22 (1st, +19%) 85.9 0.81 0.65 1.25 73.4% EVP
DH Open Fall
(13-16th)
1.01 (1st, +23%) 78.1 0.71 0.74 1.16 61.4%
IEM Beijing EU
(9-12th)
1.17 (1st, +17%) 86.5 0.80 0.70 1.13 73.7%
DHM Winter EU
(2nd)
1.19 (1st, +13%) 81.6 0.78 0.60 1.21 70.1% EVP
BLAST Fall Finals
(7-8th)
0.84 (3rd, +10%) 70.6 0.64 0.80 0.76 63.0%
5%+ above average
5%+ below average
Closer than 5% to average

"I don't think we've had such a good start so far in our mousesports career", ropz said after his team had won the ICE Challenge 2020 in February, their first tournament of the year. The LAN event didn't have the highest level of opposition, but taking down Natus Vincere in a BO5 grand final and continuing their stretch of strong performances indicated that mousesports hadn't lost their pre-break form.

ropz was influential in the victory, posting a 1.21 rating and year-low deaths per round, 0.57, netting himself a strong EVP mention from the tournament in London before heading for IEM Katowice.

"The expectations were really high. What I meant back then was indeed the fact that I’d never had such a great start to a year, especially considering how we had ended the previous one. We continued with our success and everything seemed to be falling in place. It felt like we were reaching the No.1 status, for which I and everyone else had grinded for so long. The ICE Challenge in specific was supposed to be a tournament where we were like, 'Okay, so let’s see if we can replicate what we did just a bit ago, in 2019'. And we did just that, that’s why I said what I said. The final being a BO5 against NaVi, taking it home quite comfortably was a beautiful sight. Though looking back, it was one of those rare occasions where s1mple didn’t perform to his best level also, so that could have been a factor (laughs).

"Because we won ICE Challenge, we instantly felt the confidence we had back in 2019 and we brought it into Katowice. I think what happened there was rather unfortunate. I can recall winning the first map against 100 Thieves, stepping outside of the booth, and seeing on the TV that the news was out. There would be no crowd, and things were looking bad. It was felt within the team that we slowly lost energy after that and ended up losing the match."

The Estonian was outstanding in Poland as well, showing up in every map victory for his side, including the one in the 2-1 series loss to G2 and those in a 2-0 win over MAD Lions. But being the only above-average rated player in the final map of the decider series against 100 Thieves wasn't enough to pull mousesports across the line, resulting in a 16-14 loss and a 7-8th finish at the event that ended up being the most competitive of the year.

The spirits were high after winning ICE Challenge in February

The European squad was back to deep runs in the first tournament of the "online era", ESL Pro League Season 11 Europe. Across 31 maps played in March and April, ropz exhibited his late-round ability by pulling off ten clutches and posted a team-high 1.14 rating in mousesports' second-place finish (1.13 in playoffs). ropz was his team's best player in the grand final against fnatic as well, but the efforts of Ludvig "⁠Brollan⁠" Brolin and Freddy "⁠KRIMZ⁠" Johansson denied him anything more than a silver medal and another strong EVP mention.

"From my personal view, it’s almost as if nothing affects me when I play CS and perform at my best. My teammates call me a robot at times because of how I can just play and play, put in all the hours. Of course, I would rather play on LAN, but playing from home against the same competition doesn’t change much for me and I keep putting in the work. I mean, we had played online leagues just a while before anyway, so it was nothing new obviously. I guess the level of motivation dropped just slightly, but as I said, I can be like a robot in this so I’m going to work hard, no matter what happens. I had learned my lessons before, when I don’t work hard it never ends up well. But a lot happened to me during this time. I had my first ever break-up, with someone I had been together for over two years; because of not traveling I finally got time to get my driver's license; I’ve seen more of my family, etc. There have been many ups and downs.

"On a team level, of course not everyone can be like me, and sooner or later the signs of COVID started to show. I would say the first couple of losses after EPL S11 were kind of a coincidence, but then we just couldn’t pick it up anymore. I don’t know what happened. A few of us said COVID was making us lose motivation and not care as much, but I didn’t want to blame it on that myself. If other teams could show that they were still the best, then so could we. But no matter what we tried, we even had a bootcamp at the very end, it just didn’t pan out as we wished."

mousesports were ranked fourth in the world at the time, dropping from the second place they had held from December to February. Not having better results in Pro League or Katowice meant that ropz missed his chance to see his team finally ranked first in the world, with the opportunity to reach that milestone not appearing again in 2020. The team's form would dwindle as time went on, dropping outside of the top 20 by the end of August.

It all started with ESL One: Road to Rio, the Regional Major Ranking (RMR) tournament which mousesports opened up with shocking losses to Movistar Riders (ranked 37th at the time) and North (26th). ropz posted a respectful 1.10 rating in the team's group-stage exit, but was more impressive in the following DreamHack Masters Spring Europe, in which he was the sole mousesports member with an above-average rating as he posted a 1.11 rating (25% higher than the team's average). The team managed just one map win from seven played, being eliminated in 13th-16th place following losses to Complexity, BIG, and MAD Lions.

mouz issues started with ESL One: Road to Rio

But mousesports' woes were far from over. They were denied a place in the BLAST Premier Spring Finals after losing 2-0 to ENCE in the Showdown stage, making cs_summit 6 their last event before the player break. The second RMR tournament was one of ropz's worst outings of 2020 as he managed just a 1.04 rating in the team's 13-16th place. The best-ever start to a year had turned sour as mousesports headed to the player break, with the dream of becoming No.1 now replaced with the goal of getting back to the top 10.

"To be honest, it’s hard to name THE worst moment, but maybe one was when we started to lose. And that also happened to be the Major qualifier for Rio and those meant the most in the online season, I would say. We basically ended up not qualifying, but it was postponed so let’s hope we have a slim chance still."

Time off and a bootcamp didn't help the team turn things around. In ESL One Cologne 2020 Europe, mousesports were eliminated after just two matches, a 2-1 loss to Natus Vincere and a stomp by MAD Lions, who gave up just nine rounds across the series. ropz was again the only shining light, his 1.15 rating 39% higher than the team's average. He also put in a year-high impact rating of 1.36.

ropz said farewell to woxic in the summer

The Estonian kept his impact rating high throughout the tournaments in the second half of the year, improving significantly in that regard compared to earlier in his career. That uptick coincided with ropz using the AWP more —averaging between 0.07 - 0.15 AWP KPR over the last six events of 2020 —, as well as finding opening kills at a significantly higher rate than before.

The roster change that followed after Cologne required those changes in ropz's game. woxic, the AWPer who had been named the 12th best player of 2019 ended up benched after struggling for form during the first half of the season. ropz remembers that the decision wasn't an easy one as he had to weigh in his opinion as mousesports were looking for a way to get out of the rut.

"In regards to woxic, everyone had their say. It was a very tough call. We had to do something because people were starting to point fingers not only outside the team but also inside. Since I am such a hard worker and well-rounded player, people inside the team look up to me and always ask what I think and whatever it is they respect it. I don’t say stuff out of the blue, I give complete reasoning for every argument. Most of it should stay behind closed doors.

"What we were expecting was a new AWPer in the following months, which sadly never happened. We knew that the first few events we would play with Bymas, given he was signed as a sixth player. Bymas was never meant to replace woxic. We wanted to do our best in the next few events, but sadly we never got around to a new AWP, had to switch a lot around to make it work, and somehow had a few nice events at the end of the year, which we can be proud of. The team was very dysfunctional at the time."

The first event with Aurimas "⁠Bymas⁠" Pipiras on the roster was a massive success - at least compared to what the team had been going through in previous months. mousesports got out of the group stage in ESL Pro League Season 12 Europe after beating the No.1 ranked Vitality in a crucial match (ropz with 1.39 rating) and earned a fourth-placed finish.

While his team wasn't even close to winning the title, ropz did so well that he was a part of the MVP race. He posted a 1.22 rating overall but did better in the playoffs (1.27) than in the round-robin group stage. He also only had three maps "in the red" out of 29 played, and secured 13 clutches while averaging 0.13 opening kills per round.

That form didn't hold for DreamHack Open Fall, in which mousesports suffered another 13-16th place exit, while ropz's 1.01 rating was again the best in his team (23% higher than the average in the squad). Back to his standard for 2020, the lurker blew out BIG with a 1.41 rating in the opening game of IEM Beijing-Haidian and showed up in map wins over Astralis and G2, but mousesports suffered 2-1 losses in both series and ended up with yet another group stage exit.

ropz's fourth and final EVP came from DreamHack Masters Winter in December. The Estonian began the event with an underwhelming Inferno against Liquid (0.80 rating), usually a standout map for him, before kicking into a higher gear. He topped the charts in a 2-0 victory against woxic's Cloud9 and made the difference in a hard-fought semi-final against GODSENT as mousesports reached their first grand final since ESL Pro League Season 11 Europe.

The grand final featured masterclass displays from both ropz and the star player on the opposite side, Nicolai "⁠device⁠" Reedtz. The BO5 series went the way of Astralis, 3-1, and the Danish AWP edged out ropz for the MVP, but the event still went down as one of the best for the mousesports star, highlighted with some impeccable statistics: 1.21 playoffs rating, 1.31 CT side rating, 1.21 impact rating, 81.6 ADR.

"I think I played the best CS this year during the times we had VERY important matches, such as in playoffs. I could feel that I was ready for the big matches every time and I feel like I delivered.

"I can definitely recall the couple of times we played Astralis, those were amazing. I think the one in DH Winter is the most memorable one, where device went 15-0 on Train, the first map we lost. I thought: 'Is this it? Is this how it goes again?' But then I just dropped all the emotions and turned up my robot-self again and did the exact same as him on the second map, Inferno, going something like 15-0 myself. Those performances in those important matches are what I want more of, it was an amazing feeling."

The last event of the year, the BLAST Premier Fall Finals, was a write-off. While mousesports were faced with a tough bracket, having to take on Astralis and then Vitality, being unable to get past the eight-round mark on any of the four maps played was disappointing. ropz wasn't the difference-maker either, mustering just an 0.84 rating, recording his first below-average rated event of 2020. It was also just the fourth event of the year in which ropz wasn't the highest-rated player of his team, topping the charts for mousesports in the remaining eight.

ropz is content with the year, despite all the difficulties

"I think the year wasn't as disheartening as it looked. To be honest, I hate to say, 'Damn, 2020 was tough', or whatever year was tough. Of course every single year is going to be tough in some way. It goes without saying. But indeed I think as a player I've reached a very high level, I think I’m becoming a very complete player who has both talent and experience. I remember some people were calling me the best lurk there is, and I’m very proud and thankful for that, I hope to keep raising more eyebrows and rise from here.

"Personally, I felt like I was at the top of my game almost every tournament, except for the last one, where we simply got stomped. I guess there might’ve been some similarities with people losing motivation and not working as hard. However, the reason for that is crazier than anything ever before. A damn virus. Obviously, not an excuse, but just saying, if anyone is ever going to lose motivation then this might be why."

Why was ropz the 7th best player of 2020?

We're down to the final seven spots, and we reach a group of players that separate themselves from the rest with world-class consistency, fragging output, and superb peaks at the biggest events. ropz particularly excelled in the fragging department, averaging the fourth-most kills per round (0.78), getting multi-kills at the third-highest rate (in 19.8% of his rounds), and getting headshot frags very often (0.41 per round, third-highest overall).

Even though his team had very volatile results, ropz remained a stable performer, only recording a below-1.00 rating at his very last event, while otherwise being a beacon of consistency on every level: his 72.3% KAST meant his round-to-round contribution was up there with the best (19th-highest) and his map-to-map consistency was rivalled by only a few as he had 1.00+ ratings in 76% of his maps played (fourth-highest).

His play in big matches was another way in which he stood out, as even though he only reached the top half of an event five times, he averaged a 1.21 rating in Big event playoffs (sixth-best). It never resulted in an MVP medal, but he did have four very strong EVP performances, including in both ESL Pro League seasons as his team's best player en route to a runner-up and a top-four finish.

All that, combined a generally great level at the biggest events (1.16 Elite event rating) and against top opposition (1.15 rating against top-10 teams), was what clearly separated him from those ranked below. But the remaining six players either had more great performances at the biggest events or were even more consistent at the highest possible level.

"It’s easy to say I would like to be better and reach new peaks. However, the thing I feel like I want most, is that, at the very minimum, I keep the level that I'm at now. No matter what, I DO NOT want to fall from this level. I am a person that when I fail, I just tell myself to try harder. That’s basically my motto and I feel like it’s going to be super devastating to me if that was to happen. I am so happy to have finally reached such a level. I must maintain it and keep going and going, and if possible, go even higher."

Bold prediction

As the third player to pick Shahar "⁠flameZ⁠" Shushan as his Bold prediction this year, ropz singled out the 17-year-old player from Israel for his talent and personality.

Israel Shahar "⁠flameZ⁠" Shushan

"flameZ is such a talented player and from the few times I’ve seen him play or faced him, he is definitely on to something. Not only is he talented, but he’s also a super nice, lovely little dude. I know he looks up to me and I’m happy to talk to a guy like that and give him all the support I can."

For more information about flameZ's career, check out Lucas Aznar Miles' article, "How three players are changing the face of Israeli Counter-Strike".

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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Lithuania Aurimas 'Bymas' Pipiras
Aurimas 'Bymas' Pipiras
Age:
17
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
148
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.64
Sweden Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Jesper 'JW' Wecksell
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
1829
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.68
Czech Republic Tomáš 'oskar' Šťastný
Tomáš 'oskar' Šťastný
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1072
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
Sweden Ludvig 'Brollan' Brolin
Ludvig 'Brollan' Brolin
Age:
18
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
806
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.67
Finland Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1189
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.69
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1619
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.62
Sweden Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1600
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.64
Slovakia David 'frozen' Čerňanský
David 'frozen' Čerňanský
Age:
18
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
965
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.65
Estonia Robin 'ropz' Kool
Robin 'ropz' Kool
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
886
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.62
Netherlands Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1702
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.66
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1775
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
Israel Shahar 'flameZ' Shushan
Shahar 'flameZ' Shushan
Age:
17
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
201
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
Slovakia Martin 'STYKO' Styk
Martin 'STYKO' Styk
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1310
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.66
Poland Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Age:
27
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1831
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
Turkey Özgür 'woxic' Eker
Özgür 'woxic' Eker
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
904
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
#1
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Estonia whosmans
EZ FOR ROPZ #ESTONIABESTCSCOUNTRY
2021-01-14 20:00
50 replies
Wp
2021-01-14 20:00
15 replies
faze ropz
2021-01-14 20:04
14 replies
mir top 6 ? hm
2021-01-14 20:05
12 replies
Coldzera higher?????😳😳😳🤔😏
2021-01-14 20:06
10 replies
ofc higher cuz his grow 160 cm
2021-01-14 20:33
9 replies
blameF top5?
2021-01-14 21:15
8 replies
Pls no
2021-01-14 21:39
6 replies
this pretty much confirm art in top 5
2021-01-14 22:57
5 replies
Clown
2021-01-14 23:25
4 replies
Fpl bot
2021-01-14 23:42
3 replies
Top 20 had never been this worse. No MVP, no problem ez top 7 lol
2021-01-15 07:58
2 replies
+1 I don't even know who deserves their current places. Looks everyone undeserved.
2021-01-15 08:57
#382
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Portugal Lacfs
Mouse didn´t win an good tournament and this guy top 7 ahhahaha gg
2021-01-15 13:48
Probably Electronic, blame f Niko of course device s1mple zywoo
2021-01-14 22:52
Plz no
2021-01-14 20:05
too ez for blamef
2021-01-14 20:00
2 replies
my man, goodluck in future ropz :D
2021-01-14 20:09
#289
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Turkey dvntm
blamEZ out of top20
2021-01-14 22:56
wow so insightful
2021-01-14 20:00
"a" nt
2021-01-14 20:00
There's no way BlameF gets higher than ropz. This kid is insane
2021-01-14 20:01
9 replies
stats way better then ropz has
2021-01-14 20:04
8 replies
by baiting his teammates
2021-01-15 01:15
7 replies
Both have same roles almost. But blame got better team and tournament rankings after LANs. So it's probably deserved.
2021-01-15 04:40
2 replies
blamef is igl and ropz is a lurker, roles are completely different
2021-01-15 13:10
1 reply
#389
JaCkz | 
Singapore ZyZy
Igl role doesnt define were you are in the game, you can lurk and igl at the same time.
2021-01-15 16:13
u don’t know anything about meaning of baiting. Plz be quite, when blameF will reach top 1 2021 with normal team and ofc smartphone :)
2021-01-15 08:53
3 replies
s1mple fan talking about baiting okay
2021-01-15 11:16
1 reply
s1mple only baits in the minds of 14 yo hltv kids :)
2021-01-15 11:50
stay delusional, blamef force his team to play around him and bait his teammates for kills, it a fact
2021-01-15 13:11
Ropz>>BlameL, electronic
2021-01-14 20:01
4 replies
Not electronic because he was a god in Kato but Blame, yeah.
2021-01-14 20:05
3 replies
Dupreeh no 1? Kekw
2021-01-14 20:58
1 reply
Don't know the context yet commenting on it? Kekw
2021-01-14 21:01
+1
2021-01-14 22:04
nt fakeflagger
2021-01-14 20:02
#100
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United States Festive_
how are you so quick
2021-01-14 20:03
#102
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Turkey 69kagan
lol
2021-01-14 20:03
#119
ropz | 
India icle
SO EZ
2021-01-14 20:05
+1
2021-01-14 20:24
#195
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CIS Youkee
Top 6 BlameF.
2021-01-14 20:24
#209
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Denmark Randomij
7th best country
2021-01-14 20:35
Flamez
2021-01-14 21:22
#282
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Estonia mr_abdul
Bestonia 😎😎
2021-01-14 22:41
#333
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India EnfyB
Def Estonia is best Country in the world. Y'all have great standard of living and less population makes it even better
2021-01-15 04:17
keep dreaming
2021-01-15 04:38
stfu fucking retard
2021-01-15 05:14
#368
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Finland justuso33
No duomdld
2021-01-15 10:48
niko will be higher ropz?? @H@H@H@H@H@H@
2021-01-15 12:27
too ez
2021-01-14 20:00
4 replies
For some more than others
2021-01-14 20:04
#6 shoxiejesuss
2021-01-14 21:08
#245
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Estonia theHeniek
It so strange, ropz deserve higher
2021-01-14 21:11
1 reply
+11111
2021-01-14 22:52
#3
mir | 
Russia pvcure13
expected
2021-01-14 20:00
4 replies
#210
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Czech Republic JameS_19
No, he should be higher. I expected him fifth or sixth
2021-01-14 20:35
3 replies
+1
2021-01-14 21:00
His competition is strong, electronic with decent stats and a lot of team achievements, BlameF with his brilliant innovation in baiting and Niko being Niko
2021-01-15 00:41
1 reply
#347
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Czech Republic JameS_19
Yeah, ofc, NiKo is NiKo. Blame had also great year. But elec was playing poorly this year, ropz should be higher than elec
2021-01-15 07:35
nice
2021-01-14 20:00
S1MPLE TOP 1 2020 SO EZ
2021-01-14 20:00
2 replies
+1
2021-01-14 20:02
+1
2021-01-14 22:04
I guess qikert is top 6 then
2021-01-14 20:00
1 reply
#259
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Brazil candymau
Yep, and coldzera top 3
2021-01-14 21:32
omg
2021-01-14 20:00
4 replies
robbez
2021-01-14 20:00
3 replies
#93
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Estonia Sn4pzhat
fax
2021-01-14 20:02
2 replies
so much better than elec or blamef imo
2021-01-14 21:57
1 reply
#387
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Estonia Sn4pzhat
YES ACNETRONIC AND BAITF
2021-01-15 15:27
1st
2021-01-14 20:00
2 replies
Sadly not
2021-01-14 20:59
1 reply
feelsbad :'(
2021-01-15 01:53
O
2021-01-14 20:00
POG
2021-01-14 20:00
deserved
2021-01-14 20:00
Deserved!
2021-01-14 20:00
Very happy for him. I hope he does even better next year!
2021-01-14 20:00
Robbed ropz top 5 atleast
2021-01-14 20:00
11 replies
True
2021-01-14 20:17
True
2021-01-14 20:19
what? Maybe top 6 I can see ropz and blameF be swappable but not electronic bruh.
2021-01-14 20:33
individually he's definitely top 5, but mouz didn't really do much this year so i think that's the main reason ropz isn't any higher
2021-01-14 20:34
3 replies
and that's stupid because it's supposed to rank the players and not the teams they play in
2021-01-14 21:16
2 replies
#302
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Denmark erenlef
There are so many factors you can't see and can't measure other than success for the team. Should definitely count some.
2021-01-14 23:14
1 reply
ofc the danish guy says that
2021-01-15 10:14
agree men wtf
2021-01-14 20:50
+1
2021-01-14 22:40
Facts +1
2021-01-14 22:47
true
2021-01-15 07:10
Balls
2021-01-14 20:00
wtf under me also 16th
2021-01-14 20:00
7 replies
wtf
2021-01-14 20:01
Wtf paradox???
2021-01-14 20:02
VVovv that’s very rare, I’ve only seen it once before. But that’s what happens when too manybprople F5.
2021-01-14 20:05
3 replies
The real question is, where does #16 redirect to? Without having tried I'd assume it's the first one. EDIT: Lol it's actually the second one for me.
2021-01-14 20:10
2 replies
me too
2021-01-14 20:15
VVovv The entire HLTV website does not collapse into a puddle of logic unfortunately
2021-01-15 02:24
lul
2021-01-15 07:11
POGGERS wtf above me also 16th
2021-01-14 20:03
4 replies
what is up 2nd 16th comment (there is no 17th)
2021-01-14 20:01
3 replies
lol i didnt see your comm after i posted mine WTF
2021-01-14 20:02
Happens sometimes
2021-01-14 20:05
1 reply
2 16's is 32. Take away the 2 and you're left with 3. 3 is a triangle. Illuminati confirmed.... Memes aside. I've never seen that myself. As for ropz, he's been solid this year. Not an awful lot more he could have done to change his team's fortunes.
2021-01-14 20:51
f
2021-01-14 20:00
f
2021-01-14 20:00
wow
2021-01-14 20:00
WOW electronic top 6 EZ
2021-01-14 20:00
1 reply
Top 5 Electronic has almost two times more maps on elite tournaments than Blamef and Electronic won more tournaments this year and he have LAN MVP
2021-01-14 23:39
#22
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United Kingdom Dinoblitx
Unluko for s1mple and ZywOo
2021-01-14 20:00
bot
2021-01-14 20:00
#24
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United States Festive_
bruh
2021-01-14 20:00
#25
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Albania Tetsuya
lol
2021-01-14 20:00
#26
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Luxembourg Aybars1
whatt
2021-01-14 20:00
Nooo
2021-01-14 20:00
#27
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Slovakia Oliverlag
omg
2021-01-14 20:01
#29
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France knightbey
wow
2021-01-14 20:00
LOL
2021-01-14 20:00
gg
2021-01-14 20:00
Robbed
2021-01-14 20:00
1 reply
Wdym ?
2021-01-14 23:41
#34
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United States Bernie8817
GG
2021-01-14 20:00
KY
2021-01-14 20:00
GOOD JOB
2021-01-14 20:00
#37
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United States bobbyfelps
Expected
2021-01-14 20:00
Expected
2021-01-14 20:00
eXpected
2021-01-14 20:00
should be higher
2021-01-14 20:00
16:9 top 7
2021-01-14 20:00
Deserved
2021-01-14 20:00
#45
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Ukraine Tokyoyo
Weak one
2021-01-14 20:00
Congratz ropz! He is definitely the best rifler right now, and probably a top4 player after ZywOo, s1mple and paz. But this year his teammates really held him back which is why he couldn’t get a higher placing that he deserves… Nevertheless, he fought hard, and deserved his spot. Congrats Estonian god! So this %100 means XANTARES/paz top6 in HLTV Rankers top20 Also ZywOo_top1_2020 and paz_top1_2021
2021-01-14 20:00
9 replies
paz?
2021-01-14 20:03
1 reply
look at his name, flair and flag.
2021-01-15 07:33
shut up random user🥴
2021-01-14 21:47
#296
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Poland grapeeeee
Who is paz
2021-01-14 23:10
4 replies
a turkısh rıfler from sangal esports. Very decent ımho for hıs tıer.
2021-01-15 10:43
3 replies
#395
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Poland grapeeeee
Tier 5?
2021-01-15 21:18
2 replies
Not close, tier 3 for me, SANGAL is in a good form recently and top 50 team rn.
2021-01-16 10:31
1 reply
#399
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Poland grapeeeee
We ll see, i dont think that they will be above 45-50 hltv this year but good luck
2021-01-16 12:40
Electronic better
2021-01-15 06:33
BlameF >> RopZ ?? Not mad.
2021-01-14 20:00
5 replies
#81
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Netherlands NahT_
Ropz>>> baitF anyday Worst top 20 ever
2021-01-14 20:01
4 replies
true. hltv put fucking elige over players like magisk, dupreeh and syrson. pure joke. ropz was supposed to be top 5 or 4.
2021-01-14 21:38
3 replies
#297
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Poland grapeeeee
no Shox, konfig, Mantuu, Valde and xantares is joke as well
2021-01-14 23:10
2 replies
yes, well I don't know about shox BUT if xantares in not in top 10 I literally don't know what to say. As for mantuu I feel he should've been in top 20 aswell
2021-01-15 09:23
1 reply
#366
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Poland grapeeeee
they should be in top 20 instead of brasilians. Xantares deserve 18-19 place imo. Valde was good af as well, they carried OG with Mantuu so much
2021-01-15 10:44
Wtf RIP #5
2021-01-14 20:00
10 replies
#70
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Australia jks_top1
#5 is dev1ce or electronic
2021-01-14 20:01
9 replies
#94
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
device is 3 or 4, 5 impossible
2021-01-14 20:02
8 replies
#114
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Australia jks_top1
electrronic had better stats vs top5 and equal vs top10 and he is not baiter awper, also he has LAN mvp and big LAN event win so its possible and if NiKo isnt #3 then he is robbed his stats vs elite teams is way better
2021-01-14 20:05
4 replies
#147
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
bro device has 1.20 stats with 3 MVP's, there's no way he is behind electronic
2021-01-14 20:09
3 replies
#213
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Australia jks_top1
1.2 but vs top5 he has 1.12, and vs top10 he has 1.15, whereas elec has 1.21 vs top5 and 1.15 vs top10, and he is not skill cannon abusing baiter
2021-01-14 20:37
2 replies
#248
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
true, but still though, 0.4 difference in overall rating, as well as 3 mvp's and the fact that astralis was #1 team, i just don't think you'll beat that, but we'll see
2021-01-14 21:16
#298
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Poland grapeeeee
Device is real top 1
2021-01-14 23:11
With the lack of results from faze/G2 i dont think Niko top 3 Simple,zywoo,device top 3 confirmed
2021-01-14 20:05
2 replies
#322
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Australia jks_top1
I think this will happen but Niko deserve 3
2021-01-15 01:39
1 reply
#367
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Poland grapeeeee
XDDdDdDDd niko most overrated player on the world. What he achieve in 2020??? nothing. He should be around 8-9 place, he is very good player but his teammates re making much Space for him. Ropz is so much better player than niko (EliGE as well but i cant compare them in this year cause be played in NA) and btw, device is passive sniper with huge impact in astralis, he is not baiter, he is best awper on the world
2021-01-15 10:48
Expected
2021-01-14 20:00
unlcuky
2021-01-14 20:00
#52
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Pakistan LoOuU2
MR KOOL.
2021-01-14 20:01
Where is electronic?
2021-01-14 20:00
#54
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Croatia KunstekB
Bruh blameF higher than ropz?
2021-01-14 20:00
ez
2021-01-14 20:00
Too low!
2021-01-14 20:00
xantares #6
2021-01-14 20:00
he was way better than electronic and blamef
2021-01-14 20:00
2 replies
true, I dont understand that move from hltv, i crearly thought that elec gonna be 7th
2021-01-14 20:05
1 reply
Only one trophy without MVP must be the key.
2021-01-14 20:13
Very expectzd
2021-01-14 20:01
#61
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Canada roylin
expecged
2021-01-14 20:01
1 reply
+1
2021-01-15 01:09
baitF > ropz wat?
2021-01-14 20:01
#64
NiKo | 
Poland Sqeti
pog
2021-01-14 20:01
Robbed :)
2021-01-14 20:01
5 replies
he was better than blamef and elec
2021-01-14 20:01
4 replies
#133
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Brazil wololo10
Elec got katowice mvp that's why
2021-01-14 20:06
3 replies
i know but he was better
2021-01-14 20:07
1 reply
#152
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Brazil wololo10
I agree but that's hltv
2021-01-14 20:09
Hmm, not sure about that..
2021-01-14 20:08
ropz > blamef
2021-01-14 20:01
1 reply
yes this is big joke putting blamef higher than ropz
2021-01-15 05:08
robbed
2021-01-14 20:01
Think he should be top 5 tbh, Xantares should be here.
2021-01-14 20:01
#72
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African Union remiska
should be higher
2021-01-14 20:01
pog, very nice
2021-01-14 20:01
#74
B1T | 
Europe Gigska
so there is should`t doubt now that s1mple gonna be top1
2021-01-14 20:01
#75
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Australia jks_top1
next is blamph
2021-01-14 20:01
xantares top6 confirmed
2021-01-14 20:02
TrashF gonna get top6 just for baiting his whole team till they die to kill 10hp enemys from behind HAHAHAHAHAHA hltv rankings are actually so rigged
2021-01-14 20:04
5 replies
baitF second happy.
2021-01-14 20:05
4 replies
Happy major MVP
2021-01-14 20:14
3 replies
happy baiter and bot
2021-01-14 20:14
2 replies
Happy Legend. DAIBAEB newfag trolliong.
2021-01-14 20:15
1 reply
legendary baiter.
2021-01-14 20:19
Bntet ROBBED !!!
2021-01-14 20:01
#82
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Estonia |imperator
FaZe ropz inc
2021-01-14 20:01
ropzed
2021-01-14 20:01
Elige better
2021-01-14 20:02
#87
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxeh
EXPECTED
2021-01-14 20:02
#89
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Russia Qazory
ez ropzik
2021-01-14 20:02
I expected him to be higher than electronic and blamef but congrats.
2021-01-14 20:03
3 replies
Ropz higher than ropz 1000 IQ prediction
2021-01-14 20:03
2 replies
Yeah, my mistake, I edited.
2021-01-14 20:03
1 reply
Gj
2021-01-14 20:03
blamef 6
2021-01-14 20:02
#95
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Finland Lushkan
Electronic number 5 confirmed
2021-01-14 20:02
blameF more than ropz lmao joke
2021-01-14 20:02
#97
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Luxembourg x1fy
deserved 6th place, way better than botronic
2021-01-14 20:02
1 reply
#109
B1T | 
Europe Gigska
hltv.org/stats/players/compare/11816/rop.. hltv still count katowice very very higher
2021-01-14 20:04
He is top5 player, noway electronic or blamef better than him
2021-01-14 20:02
4 replies
Blamef baits a lot too, not saying he’s not a good igl, but he seems to set up a lot of plays around him which heavily inflates his stats
2021-01-14 20:04
1 reply
Both BlameF and ROPZ are quite passive on the T side.
2021-01-14 20:51
#118
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Brazil wololo10
+1
2021-01-14 20:05
BlameF beats him in every stat category, except impact. Ropz is held back a lot by mousesports lack of playoffs appearences.
2021-01-14 20:07
#99
HS | 
Estonia qoznyyy
monster
2021-01-14 20:02
#101
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Russia daxame
is4guardian
2021-01-14 20:03
god ropz
2021-01-14 20:04
#115
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Brazil Largato
tottally deserved, monster ropz come to Brazil
2021-01-14 20:05
Wp, Estonian beast, I hope he will be top 3 next year
2021-01-14 20:05
so 6 electronic? 5 blameF? 4 device? 3 niko? 2 s1mple? 1 zywoo?
2021-01-14 20:06
5 replies
Not a single placement correct
2021-01-14 20:06
4 replies
electronic wanst that impressive this year but who else is 6 then?
2021-01-14 20:08
3 replies
BaitF
2021-01-14 20:10
2 replies
who is 5 then? :D niko/device 3rd and 4th
2021-01-14 20:18
1 reply
me
2021-01-14 21:02
#127
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Germany G3er
top 6 Elec, 5 Niko 4 blamef 3 Device 2 S1mple 1 Zywoo ez
2021-01-14 20:06
FlameZ with a lot of mentions. Alexa play Hava Nagila. Tomorrow is BlameF
2021-01-14 20:06
Deserved
2021-01-14 20:06
Deserved
2021-01-14 20:06
He should be top6
2021-01-14 20:06
#135
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Chile nachooww
deserved
2021-01-14 20:07
#139
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Poland Recruitn1
ok blameF top 6 then LUL electronic top5
2021-01-14 20:07
#140
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Russia Qazory
6: electronic (Deniska) 5: NiKo (Prosto Kovač) 4: BlameF aka ka4ok 3: Dyda Dev1ce 2: S1mple (bez obid) 1: Zywoo (po4ti kak xsepover)
2021-01-14 20:08
9 replies
#146
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Poland Recruitn1
Blame wont be infront of NiKo niko will be 4th 6.blameF 5.electronic 4.NiKo 3.Dev1ce 2.S1mple/ZywOo 1.ZywOo/S1mple
2021-01-14 20:09
7 replies
#163
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Russia Qazory
blamef > electronic for me
2021-01-14 20:13
1 reply
#176
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Poland Recruitn1
i think electronic katowice will matter more and blameF doesnt have any mVP electronic has ice challange mvp
2021-01-14 20:17
#183
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Russia Qazory
Niko began to play worse as the captain
2021-01-14 20:18
2 replies
#185
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Poland Recruitn1
still i think he will be fine in top 5, NY MVP and fine placement in tourneys with good kd and impact rating
2021-01-14 20:19
1 reply
#194
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Russia Qazory
we'll see
2021-01-14 20:24
#212
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World Beard43
I don't think NiKo will be in front of electronic 6. blameF 5. NiKo 4. electronic 3. Dev1ce 2. S1mple/ZywOo (probably S1mple) 1. ZywOo/S1mple (probably ZywOo)
2021-01-14 20:37
1 reply
#232
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Poland Recruitn1
Wlec doesnt have stays to top 4
2021-01-14 20:56
S1mple kamen'
2021-01-14 20:15
#143
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Georgia Megobari
I thought that he will be 6
2021-01-14 20:08
#144
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Brazil wololo10
Best player in the world in my opinion
2021-01-14 20:08
would say he deserved a higher spot but he awp abused a lot this year so this is an ok spot
2021-01-14 20:09
Ropz at least deserved top 6
2021-01-14 20:09
2 replies
Top5
2021-01-14 20:10
1 reply
+1!
2021-01-14 20:11
s1mple rrobbed
2021-01-14 20:10
I am almost 100% sure that the 6th is electronic, 5th/4th will be niko and blamef (not sure which first) , 3rd device, 2nd zyw0o, and 1st s1mple (zyw0o could also be 1st, but I think simple had more standout performances this year)
2021-01-14 20:10
3 replies
blameF 4th would be an absolute travesty. Even 6th is already too high
2021-01-14 23:11
2 replies
Blamef was 6th, I thought he’d be higher up because he has a high rating and had a big impact in a lot of matches. Electronic 5th and niko 4th I guess now
2021-01-15 20:08
1 reply
Obviously There was no way NiKo is behind elec
2021-01-17 19:37
#6 Electronic or Niko? Btw BlameF will be 4
2021-01-14 20:10
boy he grew up fast
2021-01-14 20:11
imagine loving flamez lol lost all respect towards ropz :) Unlucky that most players don`t know him like i know him :)
2021-01-14 20:12
4 replies
ise oled
2021-01-14 21:24
#263
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Brazil candymau
Can confirm it. I was the lube.
2021-01-14 21:39
What's wrong with him?
2021-01-14 21:40
Did you sex him ?
2021-01-15 08:06
Deserves higher
2021-01-14 20:12
Let's goo best player in the world deserves no. 1 though but gg
2021-01-14 20:12
carried Mouz for like 2 year now
2021-01-14 20:13
GODF TOP 5
2021-01-14 20:14
deserved.
2021-01-14 20:14
hltv ranking stats + stats team achievements don't matter
2021-01-14 20:16
1 reply
Ropz was one of the main reasons mouz was even top 5 this year
2021-01-14 22:15
#174
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Greece RedWinter
ez for edmure tully
2021-01-14 20:16
Deserved and expected. Next year TOP3.
2021-01-14 20:16
Electronic top6 are you kidding me
2021-01-14 20:17
mantuu 6th?
2021-01-14 20:18
Deserved. Legend but I didn't like his speech. Way too self centered and kinda showoff...I am this I am that Bitches I am so perfect....
2021-01-14 20:18
well xantares and blameF doesnt deserve more than ropz.
2021-01-14 20:20
FaZe ropz
2021-01-14 20:21
Nice
2021-01-14 20:21
#190
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Russia mshkoda
Cool and solid player, deserved
2021-01-14 20:21
deserved
2021-01-14 20:22
#192
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Poland sosiad
i dont like ropz, but this year ropz >> electronic
2021-01-14 20:23
This just confirms what an awesome player he actually is, because mousesports had a so-so year at best. Without him it wouda been way worse.
2021-01-14 20:25
2 replies
Without Ropz Mouz would probably have to fight tooth and nail to stay in Tier 1. Hopefully 2021 will be better for them.
2021-01-14 20:32
1 reply
Definitely yes, and yeah, I hope the same.
2021-01-15 18:26
gratz
2021-01-14 20:26
#198
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Portugal dracø
top 5 easily but wtv
2021-01-14 20:26
blamef>ropz?? f*ck you top 20
2021-01-14 20:28
GOD ROPZ. But blameF higher than Ropz? That's surprising.
2021-01-14 20:30
lmao, overrated meme player 0 relevant titles in this year and made to top 10
2021-01-14 20:31
1 reply
Ok Balkan brain
2021-01-15 08:07
ropz is a mechanical monster. he's truly a pro, in all ways, hope he will find success in mouz or a better team this year. deserved #7,
2021-01-14 20:33
WTF?!?!??! god ropz should be top 1
2021-01-14 20:35
i mean #7 is good? but this is a fucking robbery
2021-01-14 20:36
expected
2021-01-14 20:37
Considering how poorly Mouz has been this year, Ropz reaching number 7 is huge. Surely would've made Top 5 if Mouz had some deeper tournament runs this year.
2021-01-14 20:38
#217
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World Beard43
Well deserved and expected.
2021-01-14 20:38
Too low...
2021-01-14 20:38
Top 5-4 atleast
2021-01-14 20:39
Not deserved BaitF worse
2021-01-14 20:40
WTF????? ROPZ >>>>>>>BAITF. ROPZ TOP 5 MIN
2021-01-14 20:43
#222
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Denmark Jonasnhj
Deserved higher tbh
2021-01-14 20:43
Who's getting the 6th spot ? Blame or Elec ? I guess electronic but c'mon baitf top 5 :-(
2021-01-14 20:45
overall, one of the top 5 players. 1-2 zyw0-s1mple 3-4 device electronic 5- ropz
2021-01-14 20:47
ROPZ IS KING!!
2021-01-14 20:48
deserved higher than Electronic in my opinion but HLTV likes Na'Vi I guess, But that's fine by me, my PAPAtronic is #6 hehehe.
2021-01-14 20:49
Way better than the overrated electronic this year. Elec had a really poor year (for being him) while ropz had an amazing year (individually). Give this man a better team and he’ll compete for the 1-3 placements next year.
2021-01-14 20:51
1 reply
I think it too. He'll be a contender for top 3 in 2021
2021-01-14 23:09
He deserved higher but ok
2021-01-14 20:52
Nothing but happiness.
2021-01-14 20:57
robbed wtf top 5 atleast top 6 player
2021-01-14 20:59
2 replies
Can't believe they ranked him 7th. He is easily above blameF, and electronic is debatable
2021-01-14 23:09
1 reply
#330
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Czech Republic PaYaB
+1
2021-01-15 03:10
ropz>pimple
2021-01-14 21:07
#241
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Germany I__car
deserved
2021-01-14 21:08
#243
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Denmark valt3rr
should have been higher ngl
2021-01-14 21:08
gz to ropz very well deserved been a quality player
2021-01-14 21:09
should be above blameF, if his teammates were a little more consistent they could have added a title and put ropz in top 5
2021-01-14 21:11
robbed top5 minimum
2021-01-14 21:20
WHERE IS VALDE??? STILL WAITING !! VALDE TOP ONE PLAYER!
2021-01-14 21:22
1 reply
#265
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Brazil candymau
At his home
2021-01-14 21:42
electronic top 5!!!! or 6
2021-01-14 21:25
lmao ropz is much better than baitF
2021-01-14 21:26
huh?
2021-01-14 21:30
#257
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Romania ViolentJ
pog
2021-01-14 21:32
1 reply
pog
2021-01-14 21:34
too low - he deserved 4 or 5 at the minimum.
2021-01-14 21:48
TRash pick AGAIN
2021-01-14 21:50
expected
2021-01-14 21:54
#270
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Europe LordSF95
Expected, nt
2021-01-14 21:54
what?
2021-01-14 21:56
i like blameF but he should be here
2021-01-14 22:12
ROBBED. top 5 player
2021-01-14 22:22
nice guy , strong aim , raw power :) nice one hltv
2021-01-14 22:23
#279
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Finland Lattee
So this means guardian will be #6 and somple made it to top 5
2021-01-14 22:26
Lets go flamez !!!
2021-01-14 22:35
when EliGe is top8 and ropz is top7 xDDD HLTV admins you are clueless dummies
2021-01-14 22:42
Wtf, expected top5 at least
2021-01-14 22:47
1 reply
+1
2021-01-14 23:07
Should be higher
2021-01-14 22:49
#291
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North America Mort11
ROPZ at 7? What's next, s1mple at 2? That's it I'm not using HLTV anymore. I'm switching to ESPN where they really know how to cover Esports.
2021-01-14 23:03
should have been 5th
2021-01-14 23:08
#300
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Poland grapeeeee
Better player than overrated niko. Imo top 5 of players (not only 2020) 1. Device 2. Zywoo 3. Simple 4. Electronic 5. Ropz
2021-01-14 23:12
1 reply
#301
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Poland grapeeeee
*1 pasha
2021-01-14 23:12
1. s1mple 2. zywoo 3. device 4. niko 5. electronic
2021-01-14 23:34
3 replies
#361
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Europe Mstrio
What did Niko this year? Nothing
2021-01-15 10:27
2 replies
who cars about your opinion
2021-01-15 14:32
1 reply
#396
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Europe Mstrio
What cares you my opinion lul
2021-01-15 21:49
#305
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Estonia RopzTop1
Deserved to be higher than electronic, but congrats to ropz
2021-01-14 23:36
Should've been higher
2021-01-14 23:37
"flameZ is such a talented player and from the few times I’ve seen him play or faced him, he is definitely on to something. Not only is he talented, but he’s also a super nice, lovely little dude. I know he looks up to me and I’m happy to talk to a guy like that and give him all the support I can." <3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3 now i predict: #1 Zywoo #2 S1mple #3 Dev1ce #4 Electronic #5 Niko #6 BlameF
2021-01-14 23:49
where is xantares
2021-01-15 00:02
Easily top 5 player.
2021-01-15 00:20
what a simpatic guy
2021-01-15 00:26
#314
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Portugal iamchadux
top 7 is an insult he should be top5 minimum
2021-01-15 00:30
#316
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Russia smailzen
No way he was worse than blame or elec this year
2021-01-15 00:41
congrats, ropz!
2021-01-15 00:49
#318
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Philippines p0k1em0n
there are still 7 beasts yet to be announced. zywoo s1mple device niko electronic xantares blamef
2021-01-15 00:53
3 replies
Only six places left
2021-01-15 01:52
1 reply
#402
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Philippines p0k1em0n
yep, scratch xantares out
2021-01-17 06:55
wdym, xantares is out of 20 top, it's been said
2021-01-15 14:33
#321
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United States hbomb
Let's fucking go ropz!
2021-01-15 01:27
In 2021 7, but in 2020 only 10 wtf
2021-01-15 01:51
#328
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Poland SebL
He had a great year, I think he deserved that.
2021-01-15 02:14
#331
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Brazil CiZiN
ropz needs a new team quickly
2021-01-15 03:35
Well deserved, here's to even better in 2021 <3
2021-01-15 04:13
such a nice guy, wish him all the best in this year, he didnt deserve all this problems that mouz had in 2020, SAVE HIM FROM MOUZ OR GIVE HIM GOOD AWPER AND IGL they could try Guardian, if he is not lying about his motivation and ability to play on top lvl, then chrisj should take igl role or be kicked as there is no much impact from him if he couldnt be igl btw as chrisj is not experienced igl, they also need good coach
2021-01-15 04:33
Would've deserved top 5.
2021-01-15 04:59
LETS GO ELECTRONIC 6th OR top 5
2021-01-15 06:06
i heard ropz reached fplc without pc
2021-01-15 07:14
overrated didnt deserve top10
2021-01-15 07:25
#349
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Korea Kinopio
Young Talent, one of the good player
2021-01-15 08:00
overrated. XANTARES < ropz
2021-01-15 08:07
GJ ropz! Probably one of the beast teammates, with super high individual skill and overall nice guy! Wish you a good 2021!!
2021-01-15 09:07
kool
2021-01-15 10:00
TLDR
2021-01-15 10:03
#362
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Europe Mstrio
1) Zywoo 2)S1mple 3)Device 4) electronic 5) xantares 6) BlameF Niko did nothing this year . Only good stats
2021-01-15 10:29
1 reply
#371
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Serbia bra1np
man, this is all about stats, I mean LOL WTF :D
2021-01-15 11:32
Bruh how is blameF in top6 with only 66 maps played on elite events
2021-01-15 10:29
ropz is insane
2021-01-15 10:40
How niko electronic or blamef are better than ropz in 2020? For me ropz you are top 3player all the best in 2021 with mouz <3
2021-01-15 11:24
2 replies
NiKo is easily better
2021-01-15 11:47
NiKo numba wan playa u ideot))))
2021-01-15 11:55
This year will be very interesting for ropz Mark my words
2021-01-15 12:37
what a beast.
2021-01-15 13:29
Shouldve gotten top4 but ok
2021-01-15 13:30
expected and deserved
2021-01-15 13:44
Ropz - lurk Guardian - awp Simple - star Electronic - entry nafany - igl
2021-01-15 14:33
Expected
2021-01-15 14:53
player overrated
2021-01-15 15:35
so s1mple top 1 2020
2021-01-15 17:05
2 replies
Top 6
2021-01-15 18:31
+1
2021-01-15 23:30
skill-wise this guy in AD 2020 was only behind s1mple and zywoo (niko was close) what a weird ranking...
2021-01-15 19:49
1 reply
+1
2021-01-16 12:46
Only guy in top 20 that uses 1920x1080 res?
2021-01-16 13:15
god
2021-01-17 17:24
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