Top 20 players of 2020: blameF (6)

Benjamin "⁠blameF⁠" Bremer earns the sixth spot in the Top 20 ranking of 2020, powered by GG.BET and Xtrfy, thanks to an incredibly high floor level and consistency and as one of the most complete players of the year.

Top 20 players of 2020: Introduction

blameF's ascent through the ranks was quite unlike the typical route you'd see a Danish player take to reach the top of the game. While others advanced by climbing the ladder of the sub-top scene in the country, where they encountered someone like Nicolai "⁠HUNDEN⁠" Petersen who helped them take the next step before making it to a team like North or Heroic, blameF didn't get the opportunity to play alongside some of the key names in Denmark until he had already made a name for himself in 2018.

"I started out mostly playing with my friends. Especially Bjarke "⁠miNd⁠" Benjaminsen, who I played with in 1.6, has been a guy who's been on all my former teams before I joined Great Danes. I always had a lot of respect for the game and treated it professionally to some extent even before I went pro. I remember that back then it was really hard for us to play any tournaments that would be featured on HLTV, so everytime we qualified for King Of Nordic me and my teammates were always so hyped to get the chance of having other people watching us and we would be going through defaults and some strats on all maps, even if we were just playing with different mix teams.

"A key part of my career has been how much support I have gotten from my family. They were watching all my matches even before I played HLTV matches and they were always invested and interested in how it was going. On top of that, they paid for all my expenses back when I didn't have any money so I could pursue my dreams and only focus on development in Counter-Strike."

It wasn't for a lack of trying, though. While playing with some more or less serious teams and mixteams, blameF was trying to grab the attention of some of the bigger names in his country but got denied a chance to move up at every turn, until he joined his first notable team, Great Danes.

"I never really knew many people from the Danish scene. I mostly only played with my friend miNd and a handful of other players, so I never really got to build that personal relationship with other players, which is very helpful when you are looking to get picked up by a better team because people will vouch for you and help you get opportunities. There were many times I saw roster changes happen on the Danish scene where I would think to myself that I don't understand why they didn't give me a chance, because I thought I was way better than the people they picked up.

I even remember before joining Great Danes personally writing to some of the IGLs who back then were some of the guys who developed a lot of talent on the Danish scene. I wrote to BERRY and he didn't answer me. I wrote to haste and he told me he didn't think I had enough experience, and I wrote to sycrone, who told me he saw potential in me but that it wasn't my time yet. So then I ended up joining the project Great Danes, which was built a lot around me and I had a caller named alexsomfan who told me he would do anything to help me perform, so it was really a pleasure playing in a team who had a leader who believed in me at that time and was ready to sacrifice himself to make me play better."

Like many other Danes, blameF got his first taste of LAN competition at Copenhagen Games in 2018

With them, he got to experience LAN competition in the BYOC qualifier for Copenhagen Games in 2018, where the Danish side most notably beat Mathieu "⁠Maniac⁠" Quiquerez's LDLC. Though Great Danes didn't manage to qualify for the main tournament, that highlight victory against the francophone squad meant a lot to blameF, whose performances in that series put him into the community's spotlight for the first time.

"The first time I realized I had some real potential was at the Copenhagen Games 2018, which was my first LAN tournament ever. I remember that 14 days before it started I told myself I wanted to prove some of the people who told me I was a cheater wrong and I started playing three hours of deathmatch/aim_botz a day to improve. I was very nervous, not only because I had to see how it was to play in a LAN environment, but also because it was the first time I would meet anyone in person from the gaming community and I didn't really have the best reputation. But I ended up playing really well individually and we had some good upsets against some bigger teams as well.

"We beat LDLC 2-0 and I remember I was so happy that night, so when I came home at 4 AM I had to wake my mom up and tell her all about how we beat them. I couldn't even sleep that night even though I knew we were playing a new match in a couple hours, there was so much adrenaline pumping through my body that I was shaking in my bed. This was also the first time I got some recognition on social media, I couldn't believe all the nice messages I was receiving from people who thought we had done a good job."

His individual displays started drawing some international attention then, and blameF signed with Epsilon just two months after his LAN debut at the home tournament, teaming up with his current Complexity coach, Jamie "⁠keita⁠" Hall, as well as some more experienced players like Kia "⁠Surreal⁠" Man and Joey "⁠CRUC1AL⁠" Steusel.

"I got the offer from Epsilon in the transition of roster changes in Great Danes, and at the time Epsilon was a much more established team who could provide me with a higher salary and some experienced players. They were also invited to more tournaments and it was a better opportunity for me to show the world how good I could be. So when Keita (coach of Epsilon) contacted me, it didn't take long before we started playing our first couple tournaments where one of them was the closed qualifier for the Europe Minor and we ended up beating Heroic, which was a great start."

The team underwent several changes over the course of the next few months and didn't accomplish much apart from taking down some known names every now and then, while blameF continued to impress on an individual level. One of those names was the team that would become his future home, Heroic, as the Dane ended up replacing Andreas "⁠MODDII⁠" Fridh there when the calendar turned to 2019.

"In the beginning of 2019, we were again in need of players in Epsilon and we couldn't find any players who wanted to play with us. So when Peacemaker contacted me and told me that him and Erik (CEO of Heroic) wanted to have a talk with me I knew immediately this was the biggest chance I was gonna get in a long time. It was the first time I was part of a professional organisation and we started the team out by doing a bootcamp, where Heroic had three people from the organisation coming over from Sweden to Denmark to bootcamp with us, and it was very overwhelming for me that people would travel to different countries just to make sure we had everything we needed.

"So when we didn't get the immediate results I was hoping for I was so embarrassed that I was letting not only my team but also my organisation down. But everyone assured me that they were just happy we were working hard, and the most important thing to them was progress, so I felt like I had all the backup I could get. I have to also say the amount of help and support I got from es3tag in the beginning of Heroic was extremely important for me to feel comfortable in the team. He gave me a lot of the roles he was playing on both T and CT sides and he never once made me feel like he was angry or annoyed by it. He was such a good teammate who always had my back and made me feel important to the team, even in the beginning when we barely knew each other. I think that was very important for me to get the instant feeling of joining a team who not only wanted me to come in and play all the leftover positions but actually made space for me to play my own game and learn from the more experienced players they had."

blameF became an in-game leader in Heroic

blameF got to show off his worth at the highest level that year with the Danish team, averaging a 1.18 rating in his eight-month tenure with Heroic as he played at his first big events such as IEM Sydney, ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, and ESL One Cologne, all the while becoming the in-game leader after several other players could not fulfill the role.

"There were some IGL problems in Heroic when I joined, we had three different IGLs in the first two weeks of practice (es3tag, friberg, and AcilioN). None of them really worked out, so we as a team ended up looking for a new IGL from another team, and after trialing NEO as the IGL for a couple matches, where people also weren't very happy, I told peacemaker that if he ever wanted me to IGL I wouldn't mind taking on the duty. I had had some past experience in the role, obviously not against tier one-two teams, but I told him I would be the hardest working IGL he ever had and I would be a humble IGL and listen to all the experience he could give me and all the tricks he could help me with. So that's what happened."

Before the year came to a close, blameF switched homes again and became the centerpiece of Jason Lake's vision of the Juggernaut. The Great Dane joined Complexity alongside William "⁠RUSH⁠" Wierzba at a time when the Dallas-based organization still fielded the majority of their former roster and played out the rest of the year with them, but soon after the American core was gone as Valentin "⁠poizon⁠" Vasilev and Kristian "⁠k0nfig⁠" Wienecke rounded out the new lineup in preparation for 2020.

"Jason Lake did an amazing job with getting us new players in Complexity. It was obvious who we would get, as k0nfig was playing on a dead team and poizon was looking to get picked up as well, so finding the players wasn't a problem, but more to actually buy them out of their contracts — or so I thought, at least. Jason told me he would get me those players and I think he closed both deals in literally a couple of days after telling me he would get them, which was very impressive considering how long it usually takes to negotiate contracts and buyouts, etc. I am always gonna be grateful for the chance Jason Lake gave me back then, he put a lot of faith in me, even before I proved much to show that I could be a world class player, and I hope to one day repay the trust he gave me back then by giving him the world class team he dreams of and deserves as a very passionate CEO."

DenmarkblameF
2020 Tournament stats
TournamentEvent Team (place) Rating 2.0 (in team) ADR KPR DPR Impact KAST Award
EPL Season 11 EU
(10-12th)
1.20 (1st, +20%) 87.7 0.74 0.63 1.14 75.7%
ESL RtR Europe
(13-14th)
1.08 (3rd, +6%) 78.2 0.66 0.61 1.01 70.5%
DH Masters Spring EU
(9-12th)
1.23 (1st, +16%) 81.4 0.74 0.53 1.10 76.7%
BLAST Spring EU Finals
(1st)
1.27 (1st, +14%) 83.9 0.76 0.54 1.24 76.3% EVP
DH Summer EU
(3-4th)
1.21 (1st, +11%) 81.1 0.72 0.55 1.16 75.3% EVP
ESL Cologne EU
(5-8th)
1.26 (2nd, +9%) 87.1 0.72 0.54 1.22 76.5% EVP
EPL Season 12 EU
(5-6th)
1.21 (1st, +11%) 81.2 0.73 0.56 1.19 74.0% EVP
IEM New York EU
(5-6th)
1.27 (1st, +23%) 91.5 0.84 0.65 1.41 70.4% EVP
IEM Beijing EU
(3-4th)
1.19 (2nd, +10%) 83.4 0.73 0.63 1.21 73.9% EVP
DHM Winter EU
(5-8th)
1.20 (1st, +18%) 84.6 0.76 0.63 1.11 77.2% EVP
IEM Global Challenge
(7-8th)
0.81 (3rd, -0%) 63.1 0.52 0.76 0.86 62.8%
5%+ above average
5%+ below average
Closer than 5% to average

2020 began early for the new Complexity, who remained in the United States in January to play in three qualifiers, for IEM Katowice, DreamHack Open Leipzig, and DreamHack Open Anaheim. They were only successful in the last as they finished third on the other two occasions, so the team's first LAN showing together took place at the BLAST Premier Spring Series.

Despite their short existence, the brand new mixture impressed in their first European outing in London, beating Astralis and Vitality in convincing affairs to clinch the spot at the finals before they lost a somewhat meaningless first-place decider to Natus Vincere at the end. Meanwhile, blameF took the back seat view of some of his star teammates' performances, though still putting in the numbers he needed to along the way.

"It was the best experience I had ever had at that point. It showed me that all the hard work we put in as a team had paid off, but we had a lot of mixed results online at the same time, as well, so we didn't think that one tournament defined us or let it get to our heads. The most important thing it confirmed to me was that I was playing with some of the most skilled individuals in the world in poizon and k0nfig. I was blown away by their individual skill and their confidence and it made me view Counter-Strike a different way."

The team couldn't translate that success into online play, however, and failed to make it through the open stage of Europe Minor qualifiers ahead of their brief return to America for DreamHack Open Anaheim. The Californian event saw blameF's side make it to playoffs on the back of two confident wins over MIBR, and their campaign ended in the semi-finals after they lost a narrow three-map series to FURIA. That marked the end of LAN competition for Complexity before the pandemic struck in March, and the team soon moved to Europe long-term to be able to play at the biggest events.

Complexity couldn't have imagined a better start to the season

The first few months of online play in the Old Continent didn't go very well for blameF & co. in spite of the in-game leader putting in great numbers. The team was able to grab maps off some of the big teams and picked up a few series wins against teams lower in the rankings when they competed at ESL Pro League Season 11 and at ESL One: Road to Rio, but Complexity seemed to be missing the consistency to make deep runs and were eliminated from both events in the group stage. The results didn't improve in time for DreamHack Masters Spring despite a great start at the tournament, featuring a couple of highlight performances from the Dane, including one of his best maps of the year against MAD Lions — a 2.03 rating on Vertigo.

"Fitting so many big names in a team has been a big challenge for me. When you have four players who are used to being the best guy in their old teams, it's really hard to fit all of that into one team all of a sudden. I am very happy to get the chance to work with such a humble and experienced guy like RUSH, because he is the guy who makes all of this possible with him doing all the support, taking all leftover positions, buying all nades and being a hard entry in every single set strat. It is not an easy role to do, and it must be mentally draining when some people don't realize that it's people like him that makes the star players of the different teams in the world able to play the way they are. I hope one day people will give him the recognition he deserves."

It wasn't until after Complexity played five consecutive Home Sweet Home cups against teams outside of the top tier and won four of them to gain some confidence that the team finally clicked — at least for a time — in the BLAST Premier Spring Finals. blameF was perhaps at his best at the finals as he led Complexity in an undefeated run through the tournament's upper bracket, taking down OG, Natus Vincere, and FaZe on the way to the grand final. Vitality seemed to have the best of them when the title decider saw the Frenchmen win Vertigo in a 16-2 affair, but blameF's side came back from the crushing opening loss to clinch their one and only title of 2020, with the in-game leader's 1.68 rating making all the difference on the deciding Nuke.

"We had a lot of problems in my team. And when I say a lot, I mean A LOT. I was very unhappy with how some people viewed the game and the way people were approaching the game work-wise and we had so many clashes and discussions every single week that it kind of drained the team. That, on top of some bad results, put us in a very bad spot mentally. I think at one point the team just said 'fuck it, let's just go with blame's vision of the team,' and on top of that we agreed to play the Home Sweet Home cups to regain some confidence for the players in the team and after that it just started clicking.

"We won BLAST Finals, and it was the period of my life where I have done the most anti-stratting ever. We would sit every night and go through every one of the opponent teams' executes and figure out what spots you could sit in to not be blind or how many flashes there would come in each spot or where they lined up their grenades from so we could wallbang them and other stuff. It was a very proud moment to win BLAST. After that, we also played Pro League, where we continued our wins and won our first 4 opening matches including a 2-0 win against Astralis and qualified for the playoffs, and I felt like we finally cracked the code and were on our way to greatness. Unfortunately, oBo left us shortly after and we were forced to play with different stand-ins."

blameF only just lost out in the race to the Most Valuable Player award to the omnipresent Mathieu "⁠ZywOo⁠" Herbaut and instead secured the first of a string of seven Exceptionally Valuable Player mentions, as Complexity's triumph at the BLAST Premier Spring Finals led to more playoff appearances in the latter half of 2020.

"My favorite memory has got to be winning BLAST Premier Spring. I had never won a big tournament before and we beat some very good teams on our way to the trophy. Also most new teams are not gonna win their first big final due to inexperience, but we did and that was very impressive for me."

His second and third EVP mentions came at DreamHack Open Summer and at ESL One Cologne immediately after the summer break. Continuing his run of incredible form with 1.21 and 1.26 ratings at the two tournaments, blameF led his team to a semi-finals finish at the former and to the quarter-finals at the latter, with the rising Heroic squad putting an end to their campaigns on both occasions.

Another deep run was on the cards when the team entered ESL Pro League Season 12 with four consecutive wins in the group stage. The promising start helped them make the playoffs from the second place in their group, but then disaster struck as Owen "⁠oBo⁠" Schlatter decided to leave the team before the playoffs began and FaZe were forced to play the DreamHack Open Fall closed qualifier as well as the bracket stage of Pro League with coach keita, without much success.

"We were definitely hurt a lot by oBo leaving us. But more by the way he left us than the fact that he didn't wanna stay in Europe anymore. He told us one night he wanted to go home and be with his family, and I remember me and my coach talking about how we respected a guy who was able to say that to his team and be honest about it. So we agreed to him playing for around two more weeks with us to finish Pro League and to play the closed qualifier for the RMR tournament, DreamHack Open Fall, with us, because that was our last chance to qualify for the Major, and also then we would have time to look for a new fifth.

"Unfortunately, I woke up the next day, on the day of the RMR tournament, to a message from oBo saying that he had gone to the airport and wasn't gonna help us out with RMR or Pro League, and we were now in a situation where we were arguably gonna play the most important tournament of the year in two and a half hours and we didn't know who our fifth was gonna be. We weren't allowed to take in any stand-ins and were forced to play with our coach and ended up losing the tournament."

The roster issues bled over into October as blameF briefly reunited with his former Heroic teammate Niels-Christian "⁠NaToSaphiX⁠" Sillassen in IEM New York. The team was surprisingly competitive at the tournament all things considered, as they clinched an opening win against G2 on the back of a carry performance from the in-game leader and went on to lose close encounters with Vitality and fnatic while blameF continued to carry the load. Despite not reaching the playoffs, the 23-year-old secured his fifth EVP mention at the IEM stop as one of the very best players of the tournament, appearing in several of the leaderboards with remarkable numbers like a 1.27 rating, 91.5 ADR, and 0.84 KPR — statistically his best showing of the year.

Although he had to give up some of his positions on the Terrorist side, the Dane maintained an impressive level after Complexity finally locked in their replacement for oBo, welcoming Justin "⁠jks⁠" Savage to the team ahead of the last five tournaments of 2020. Highlight series against fnatic and BIG, featuring a 2.21-rated map on Nuke against the Germans, at IEM Beijing-Haidan earned him yet another EVP while the team picked up another top-four placing at a highly competitive event, and he would add one more to his tally by the end of the year.

In the meantime, the new squad was still struggling with consistency issues as they were unable to qualify for the BLAST Premier Fall Finals, with Vitality and BIG standing in their way in the Series and the new Cloud9 'Colossus' at the Showdown. Nonetheless, they still made one more playoff appearance at DreamHack Masters Winter, where blameF was awarded his seventh and last EVP after one more exceptional display, before the year ended on a sour note.

poizon was sidelined ahead of the IEM Global Challenge — and as it later turned out for the beginning of 2021, as well — because of an emergency surgery, and the team was forced to use a stand-in for the third time in a span of three months. Otto "⁠ottoNd⁠" Sihvo stepped into the team for their final outing of the year, which ended very quickly as Complexity ran into Vitality and Astralis and were eliminated early after two convincing losses to the tournament favorites. An underwhelming series against the Frenchmen meant blameF would record his only sub-par showing of the year at the IEM stop, putting an end to the long string of EVP-worthy performances.

"It has not been jks' fault that we haven't had the results at the end of the year that we were hoping for. jks has worked hard and tried to help the team, but we have been in such an unstable and unhealthy environment for the past couple of months that it has been hard to even have time to talk about mistakes or how we wanna play because each tournament we had to play with a new player. Since oBo left us, we played with keita, NaToSaphiX, jks, ottoNd, and now JUGi."

Why was blameF the sixth best player of 2020?

blameF showed an incredibly high floor level and consistency in 2020, finishing nine out of eleven notable events with at least a 1.19 rating, in seven of which he was awarded an Exceptionally Valuable Player mention while in the other two he was a strong Valuable Player. Throughout the year, he scored some remarkable numbers, with some of the most notable being 82.3 ADR (fifth most), 73.7% KAST (sixth most), and 0.59 DPR (fifth fewest). His ability to stay alive also ties into his undeniable talent in clutching, as he won 71 1vsX situations last year (sixth most). When adjusted for rounds played, he even has a case to be named the best clutch player of the year due to averaging one 1vsX situation won every 53 rounds — more frequently than anyone else.

"I think I changed a lot as a player in 2020. Lurking/clutching was never my preferred role, but playing with players like RUSH, k0nfig, and poizon, who all really like to be aggressive, it kinda made sense that I took on the lurking role on the team. And after almost a full year of doing that role, I think it just became very natural for me to have that extra overview, cutting rotations and listening to information by calling from the other side of the map than where that pack is always kinda give me an advantage in my clutch situations, because I usually have better information than the player I'm against. Also, I am not and never really have been a highlight player, I always go for the secure kills and never take any unnecessary risk, which I think is important to have as a guy who just needs one or two kills to win the rounds."

blameF was also above average in almost every other category, as well, which made him one of the most complete players of 2020. He scored 0.73 KPR (15th most) and 0.12 opening kills per round (19th most) — which, together with his clutching ability, helped the Dane record a 1.15 impact rating (15th highest) — as well as 21.9 support damage per round (tenth most) and 6.8 utility damage per round (seventh most). On top of that, he remained consistent no matter which side he played on with a 1.15 T side rating (seventh highest) and a 1.22 CT side rating (sixth highest). All of that helped blameF record the fifth-highest 1.19 rating, a number that stays the same when looking at only the Elite-level events and ranks fourth highest among all players.

"I am really satisfied with 2020, it was a great year. I think peaking at top five as a team was the highlight, I felt like I was part of something that was working really well and when we started to get into the habit of even being the favourite when we were playing top teams, it made me so proud. I never worked as hard before as I did in 2020 and I do feel like it paid off."

In the end, the remarkably high floor level and number of great events were more than enough to secure him the sixth position, although that was as high as he could get given his noticeably lower sample size at the biggest events and in their playoffs especially. blameF recorded only 20 playoff maps at big events, and even though his 1.13 rating there was impressive overall, it was the lowest among the top seven players of the ranking.

"My goal for 2021 is to peak at some point throughout the year at number one with Complexity."

Bold prediction

blameF opted for an original prediction, tipping 20-year-old Shuaib "⁠D0cC⁠" Ahmad, a former Defusekids member, to become a top player, under the condition that he gets the right in-game leader to utilize him.

Netherlands Shuaib "⁠D0cC⁠" Ahmad

"I have to say D0cC. I think mechanically speaking he can compete with the very best in the world and if he got a chance with an experienced caller who would invest some time in finding the best way to use D0cC, he could become a top player."

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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Australia Justin 'jks' Savage
Justin 'jks' Savage
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1015
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.63
Denmark Niels-Christian 'NaToSaphiX' Sillassen
Niels-Christian 'NaToSaphiX' Sillassen
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
796
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.61
Finland Otto 'ottoNd' Sihvo
Otto 'ottoNd' Sihvo
Age:
23
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
820
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.62
United States Owen 'oBo' Schlatter
Owen 'oBo' Schlatter
Age:
17
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
282
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.66
Bulgaria Valentin 'poizon' Vasilev
Valentin 'poizon' Vasilev
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
920
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.63
Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh
Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1123
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.66
Denmark Bjarke 'miNd' Benjaminsen
Bjarke 'miNd' Benjaminsen
Age:
24
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.90
Maps played:
60
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.73
France Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.28
Maps played:
763
KPR:
0.86
DPR:
0.62
Denmark Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1302
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.69
Switzerland Mathieu 'Maniac' Quiquerez
Mathieu 'Maniac' Quiquerez
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
837
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.67
Denmark Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Nicolai 'HUNDEN' Petersen
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.81
Maps played:
1578
KPR:
0.55
DPR:
0.70
Netherlands Shuaib 'D0cC' Ahmad
Shuaib 'D0cC' Ahmad
Age:
20
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
69
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.65
United Kingdom Kia 'Surreal' Man
Kia 'Surreal' Man
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1126
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.68
United Kingdom Jamie 'keita' Hall
Jamie 'keita' Hall
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.83
Maps played:
84
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.73
Netherlands Joey 'CRUC1AL' Steusel
Joey 'CRUC1AL' Steusel
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1080
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.66
United States William 'RUSH' Wierzba
William 'RUSH' Wierzba
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
1244
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
Denmark Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer
Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
586
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.60
Expected
2021-01-15 20:00
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#84
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Japan Yuukek
BlameF the biggest biceps and only the top 6 wtf hltv
2021-01-15 20:04
7 replies
#97
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Portugal DaHunter
What do you mean? Expected.
2021-01-15 20:04
4 replies
BaitF omg Worst top20
2021-01-15 23:00
3 replies
JAME fan calling someone baiter.....
2021-01-16 00:08
2 replies
The irony is strong with that one
2021-01-16 01:26
His name is literally delusional_jame_fan, I think he is just baiting.
2021-01-16 01:39
Rigged
2021-01-15 20:06
2021-01-15 22:16
lmao where are the first 3 comments?
2021-01-15 20:04
10 replies
one guy deleted, this one who allways writes paz and xantares ll be top1/top2, he missed his prediction on blamef, and then changed his comment to be correct, but some1 took screenshot before and roasted him xD
2021-01-15 20:06
9 replies
yes but that was only the second comment, the first was a normal one lol
2021-01-15 20:07
8 replies
they deleted my comment saying mantuu was robbed lmfao
2021-01-15 20:07
2 replies
rip my friend
2021-01-15 20:08
too much censorship nowadays
2021-01-15 20:08
2021-01-15 20:08
4 replies
yeah i have seen this but they also deleted #1 and #3
2021-01-15 20:08
3 replies
first one was pretty normal, some congratulations etc., no idea why they deleted it
2021-01-15 20:09
2 replies
weird...
2021-01-15 20:09
just some copy paste shit, deserve to be deleted
2021-01-16 05:39
Baiting his entire Team and getting no results blameF God 111111!!!!!!!!
2021-01-15 20:08
3 replies
2021-01-15 20:32
2 replies
wow he won 1 blast event, so good
2021-01-16 10:38
One tournament for the whole year. Yeah good job, good
2021-01-16 10:54
The promising start helped them make the playoffs from the second place in their group, but then disaster struck as Owen "⁠oBo⁠" Schlatter decided to leave the team before the playoffs began and FaZe were forced to play the DreamHack Open Fall closed qualifier as well as the bracket stage of Pro League with coach keita, without much success. What???
2021-01-16 10:45
It was unexpected bro
2021-01-16 11:10
1st zywoo, 2nd simple, 3rd niko 4th glaive 5th naf .
2021-01-16 19:36
#6
JD | 
Poland Banzanic
Zywoo top1
2021-01-15 20:00
10 replies
#61
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Namibia Nt_NoScene
top 2*
2021-01-15 20:01
8 replies
stop changing your flag
2021-01-15 20:05
5 replies
He's probably from 3rd world
2021-01-15 20:11
4 replies
he is ruski
2021-01-15 20:16
3 replies
He is
2021-01-15 20:54
kak ty ponyal? Ya eshe ne videl ot nego nichego pryam podozritel'nogo
2021-01-15 22:00
He is sam2k
2021-01-16 03:15
top 3*
2021-01-15 21:18
1 reply
Sry!! you are right!!
2021-01-15 21:20
#99
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Portugal joaosenra
+1
2021-01-15 20:04
wow
2021-01-15 20:00
3 replies
#133
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Estonia theHeniek
expected but undeserved
2021-01-15 20:09
2 replies
how do you expect someone to be above 7th place if his team finished last at majority of big events they attended? elec > blamef > ropz this exact year, don't be delusional
2021-01-15 20:31
1 reply
Yeah nah you're right, although it may be my bias I think. Ropz is the better player overall but not this year for certain
2021-01-15 23:55
#9
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Canada SparklMastr
top10 pog
2021-01-15 20:00
fuck you ropz better
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
#139
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Estonia theHeniek
+1111111
2021-01-15 20:09
S1MPLE > any other player in cs history
2021-01-15 20:00
11 replies
#44
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Namibia Nt_NoScene
+1
2021-01-15 20:00
You are actually the biggest s1mple fan I have seen in some time on HLTV.
2021-01-15 20:10
2 replies
Ty Ferenc Puskás
2021-01-15 20:11
1 reply
Np Andrij Sevcsenko
2021-01-16 19:58
If you only watch cs for 3 years, maybe.
2021-01-15 21:21
2 replies
stay mad, he speaks fax
2021-01-15 21:35
1 reply
Read #259
2021-01-16 07:45
NEO top1 in cs
2021-01-15 21:44
#330
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Poland Mickol
* cs GO history
2021-01-15 23:26
#370
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Denmark dyinbyran
If you watched only from 2018 yeah then you are right
2021-01-16 06:09
#378
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Brazil Joaopgo2
Nah coldzera 2017>S1mple
2021-01-16 08:37
#12
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Russia pvcure13
HAAHAHHAHA
2021-01-15 20:00
2 replies
shit i think i lost my glasses can't see mir somewhere near top-30
2021-01-15 20:29
1 reply
#210
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Russia pvcure13
that hurts... he got robbed...
2021-01-15 20:30
DESERVED
2021-01-15 20:00
Undeserved
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
+1
2021-01-16 01:48
electronic top 5 Pog
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
Always been
2021-01-16 06:01
not deserved
2021-01-15 20:00
#19
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Russia AliasNamer
Ez Electronic top5
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
Pog
2021-01-15 22:07
deserved
2021-01-15 20:00
#21
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Denmark mohzart
undeserved
2021-01-15 20:00
Papatronic next?
2021-01-15 20:00
14 replies
#135
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Finland HARD4ENCE
Either him or NiKo. I personally think electronic might even be 4th.
2021-01-15 20:10
12 replies
Niko>elec
2021-01-15 20:11
6 replies
#158
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Finland HARD4ENCE
We will see what the real experts think tomorrow.
2021-01-15 20:13
4 replies
xantares>elec
2021-01-15 20:21
2 replies
elec>kennyS ;)
2021-01-15 22:40
1 reply
thats not hard, kenny sucks
2021-01-15 22:51
Real experts that put jks and brehze + 3 furia players on the list LMAO
2021-01-15 23:59
Elec is better than niko even woth closed eyes ..
2021-01-15 23:39
#161
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Norway N3sHie1k
Including that this top is a joke, pretty possible
2021-01-15 20:13
4 replies
#169
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Finland HARD4ENCE
Joke in what way? Imo it has been pretty accurate. The only player I disagree with making the list was jks.
2021-01-15 20:15
3 replies
Brehze?
2021-01-15 20:21
2 replies
#193
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Finland HARD4ENCE
Come on bruh.. he was LAST place. He would have been way higher if the LANs continued. This wasn't going to be 'All-EU' list either way coz of this very abnormal year.
2021-01-15 20:29
1 reply
You could say the same about jks Including 3 Furia players? A team that wasnt even top 5 that year gets 3 players? Bs
2021-01-16 00:03
has to be papatronic
2021-01-15 22:08
Whyyy
2021-01-15 20:00
undeserved
2021-01-15 20:00
#26
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Namibia Nt_NoScene
so s1mple top 1 2020
2021-01-15 20:00
2 replies
no doubts
2021-01-15 22:01
+1
2021-01-15 23:31
deserved
2021-01-15 20:00
BaitF
2021-01-15 20:00
2 replies
-1
2021-01-15 20:51
+1000
2021-01-15 21:22
#30
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Switzerland zthoui
Oi
2021-01-15 20:00
Goattronic top 5 confirmed
2021-01-15 20:00
wtf lmao
2021-01-15 20:00
Niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
2021-01-15 20:00
DESERVED
2021-01-15 20:00
Nice mens)) deserved
2021-01-15 20:00
Syrson>Elec>blamef
2021-01-15 20:01
1 reply
0/8
2021-01-15 23:40
#37
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Russia pvcure13
ELEC TOP 5
2021-01-15 20:00
electronic top5 confirmed
2021-01-15 20:00
#40
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Portugal xXSilvax
S0mple top 1
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
#60
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Canada dormeetazh
s1mple top 0
2021-01-15 20:01
undeserved
2021-01-15 20:00
Elec top 5 deserved, second best rifler in the world
2021-01-15 20:01
3 replies
So who is worse niko, s1mple, zywoo or ropz? I dont think any of them is worse maybe s1mple
2021-01-15 20:13
2 replies
I mean first 3 position are awpers, 4th and 5th are riflers
2021-01-15 20:18
The last remaining 5 are 5) electronice/NiKo 4) electronic/NiKo 3) dev1ce 2) s1mple/ZywOo 1) s1mple/ZywOo 0) Nitr0
2021-01-16 01:45
Just as I expected. Well deserved :D
2021-01-15 20:00
1 reply
gz men ez prediction
2021-01-15 20:28
#45
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Pakistan LoOuU2
Papatronic Top 5 POG.
2021-01-15 20:01
congrats to blameF! although this means that s1mple made the top 5, which is a surprise
2021-01-15 20:03
1 reply
So funny reading that on every post
2021-01-15 20:14
#47
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United States Valerence
Elec top 5?
2021-01-15 20:01
1 reply
yep
2021-01-15 22:08
deserved
2021-01-15 20:01
nice
2021-01-15 20:01
Ropz>>>>
2021-01-15 20:01
Expected.
2021-01-15 20:01
#57
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Russia unh4ppyy
wow elec top 5
2021-01-15 20:01
5 replies
#83
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Romania alexinio05
Yeaah when I saw the danish flag in the hltv news I was so happy cuz elec top 5 :D
2021-01-15 20:03
4 replies
niko over elec? niko who was totally bllsh1t as igl all year?
2021-01-15 20:13
3 replies
Elec wasnt that great either Niko might be the best rifler ever
2021-01-15 20:15
tbh NiKo deserves #4 this year, elec had a bad period so I'm surprised he will even be #5!
2021-01-15 20:16
1 reply
for me both of them should be out of top 5 for sure
2021-01-15 20:18
#59
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Denmark Duke1996
So deserved! Crazy fragging power combined with TOP IG Leadership.
2021-01-15 20:01
expected
2021-01-15 20:01
#63
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Brazil 1mig
BaitF
2021-01-15 20:01
ergagf
2021-01-15 20:01
#66
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India Ez4ez
God
2021-01-15 20:01
#67
HS | 
Estonia qoznyyy
shouldve been left out of top20 lol wtf
2021-01-15 20:01
1 reply
+1
2021-01-15 21:48
#70
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Poland lazar203
XD?
2021-01-15 20:02
Deserved
2021-01-15 20:02
elec #5 pog
2021-01-15 20:02
Can someone tell me the players in the Top 5, I just can't think right now.
2021-01-15 20:02
8 replies
#107
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Moldova Deventeex
elec niko device s2mple zywoo
2021-01-15 20:06
4 replies
S1mple #1
2021-01-15 20:07
Electronic isn't making it
2021-01-15 20:08
2 replies
yea its gonna be ocean over him for sure
2021-01-15 20:13
he is gonna be top5
2021-01-15 22:09
NiKo, electronic, ZywOo, s1mple and device without order
2021-01-15 20:07
device, niko, s1mple , zywoo, electronic
2021-01-15 20:08
The last remaining 5 are 5) electronice/NiKo 4) electronic/NiKo 3) dev1ce 2) s1mple/ZywOo 1) s1mple/ZywOo 0) Nitr0
2021-01-16 01:46
He actually looks like a Tank. RPK looks like a Bigfoot
2021-01-15 20:02
#78
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Russia Drain3r
wtf s1mple not in top 20???
2021-01-15 20:02
godF
2021-01-15 20:02
This guy is Top 6? Online era is really something.
2021-01-15 20:02
2 replies
+1
2021-01-15 21:48
they're a lan team lol
2021-01-16 04:26
#82
smooya | 
Switzerland x676
NICE
2021-01-15 20:03
6-blamef 5-xantares 4-Nikoo 3-devicee 2-s1mple Or Zywoo 1-s1mple Or Zywoo ITs CleaR
2021-01-15 20:03
6 replies
#91
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Chile cristiaan
xantares? LOL, is electronic
2021-01-15 20:03
3 replies
really menn he was so bad this year
2021-01-15 20:06
YeP YeP maybe elctronic or xantares
2021-01-15 20:08
1 reply
#141
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Chile cristiaan
electronic bri, 4 sure
2021-01-15 20:10
xantares did not make it to the top 20
2021-01-15 20:06
1 reply
Yep Bro Sorry My bad elctronic not xantares
2021-01-15 20:13
#86
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Chile cristiaan
expected
2021-01-15 20:03
Deserved by the Bigman
2021-01-15 20:03
1 reply
so ez
2021-01-15 20:27
#88
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Kazakhstan Greandex
Wow
2021-01-15 20:03
EZ 4 BLAME. At this point, top 5 is pretty much guranteed. 1. ZywOo 2. s1mple 3. Device 4. NiKo 5. Electronic
2021-01-15 20:03
14 replies
#95
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Chile cristiaan
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 20:04
1 reply
I don't know man, could be either way imo.
2021-01-15 20:10
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 20:07
1 reply
I don't know man, could be either way imo.
2021-01-15 20:10
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 21:10
1 reply
Okay okay okay fine fine fine
2021-01-15 22:36
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 21:21
1 reply
Okay okay okay fine fine fine
2021-01-15 22:36
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 21:31
1 reply
Okay okay okay fine fine fine
2021-01-15 22:37
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 22:03
1 reply
Okay okay okay fine fine fine
2021-01-15 22:37
+1 but 1. s1mple 2. Zywoo
2021-01-15 22:56
1 reply
Okay okay okay fine fine fine
2021-01-16 16:33
#93
arT | 
Brazil logzera
Wtf is RUSH chewing?
2021-01-15 20:04
2 replies
#300
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South America fthata
IMO a sushi LOOL
2021-01-15 22:21
Avocado
2021-01-16 01:48
Great breakout year!
2021-01-15 20:04
1 reply
+1
2021-01-15 20:26
i really dislikes this why people like blameF as IGL need kill and keep baiting ? i know the rating is good but we should appreciated other than BlameF doing right?
2021-01-15 20:04
no xantares but well deserved congrats
2021-01-15 20:05
best fragging IGL out there.
2021-01-15 20:05
1 reply
that's a fact
2021-01-15 20:26
Deserved ı love this guy also
2021-01-15 20:05
1 reply
<3
2021-01-15 20:26
ropz > blamef anyday
2021-01-15 20:06
2 replies
+1
2021-01-15 22:03
+1
2021-01-16 11:00
ropz > blamef
2021-01-15 20:07
So you dont need to win anything to be in top6?
2021-01-15 20:07
2 replies
is it hard to just look at the picture? imgur.com/a/wHqIFNI
2021-01-15 20:26
Considering how the team was before 2020, this was a very good year for coL. Maybe they didn't won a lot of tournaments, but the team is clearly going somewhere. Last months were hard since oBo left and there hasn't been a solid replacement (yet, i think jks signing will work). And people can say baitF and whatever, but the team growth is visible.
2021-01-15 20:29
Deserved
2021-01-15 20:08
#127
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Europe SBC|SG_TS
lul hltv top 20= joke
2021-01-15 20:08
How Electronic> blamef this year In mid 2020 he is so bad and a lot of match he perform good are against CIS team
2021-01-15 20:08
3 replies
elec didnt bait
2021-01-15 20:14
Electronic not even top 10
2021-01-15 22:29
1 reply
+1 he aint that good
2021-01-16 11:01
#134
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Greece wazerr
expected
2021-01-15 20:09
D0CC LMFAO
2021-01-15 20:10
If him and ropz change places i would agree
2021-01-15 20:10
1 reply
ropz and elec should change not baitF
2021-01-15 20:21
baitF kekw
2021-01-15 20:10
Zywoo sweating
2021-01-15 20:11
1 reply
you s0mple fanbois are the only one sweating twitter.com/neLendirekt/status/134939968.. Zywoo is just chilling and focusing on 2021
2021-01-15 20:12
#148
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Italy jefry_7
nice baiterF , your team is not working well, but your statistics are fine , baiter
2021-01-15 20:11
Big arms big brain! He did very well this year and built Complexity, gj
2021-01-15 20:11
1 reply
<3
2021-01-15 20:24
BAITF
2021-01-15 20:11
#154
ZywOo | 
India aR__
WTF, he was supposed to be top 5. HLTV biased
2021-01-15 20:11
WHAT A JOKE THIS RATING IS HAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHHAA
2021-01-15 20:12
Best IGL in 2020
2021-01-15 20:13
1 reply
questionable but not far from truth
2021-01-15 20:24
should be on 4 or 5 blamef robbed
2021-01-15 20:14
ALSO, GIVING MY MAN RUSH SOME LOVE, WHAT A LAD
2021-01-15 20:14
only reason ropz is behind blame is that mouz didnt finish high enough in so many events that blame got more EVPs
2021-01-15 20:15
1 reply
Mouz dragged ropz town Glad they change roster.
2021-01-15 21:38
WOW a didnt expect that coming HLTV Well done blameF
2021-01-15 20:15
1 reply
ez
2021-01-15 20:23
naming d0cc has to be a troll right
2021-01-15 20:16
I think, 5 thats left are Zywoo, s1mple, device, cadian, electronic/Xantares
2021-01-15 20:17
expected
2021-01-15 20:16
device, Zywoo, s1mple, NiKo and ? electronic doesn't deserve it
2021-01-15 20:16
3 replies
only elec can be here
2021-01-15 20:25
Elec Lan MVP and that with S1mple in the team is enough to become top 5. I mean if Perfecto would have MVP while S1mple is in the team he would also be top 5.
2021-01-15 20:37
1 reply
There were like 5 LAN events The good teams in LAN got bad online and vice-versa But I think he played better than only half of the rest
2021-01-17 21:02
Rip Blame no trophy only frags, he shouldn't be here
2021-01-15 20:17
4 replies
first look - then write imgur.com/a/wHqIFNI
2021-01-15 20:22
3 replies
i dont follow comp so i dont know what they do but i can say that someone else should behere
2021-01-15 23:34
2 replies
If you dont follow competitions, how the hell do you even know anything. Haha
2021-01-16 00:49
1 reply
i say'd that i dont follow competitions that comp play in, not that i dont do it at all. i watch almost every big event since 2019
2021-01-19 20:09
#181
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Brazil Sudario
BaiterF
2021-01-15 20:18
lol this was probably the most absurd placing on the ranking so far and there were some other questionable ones, but this guy above Elige and Magisk is just wrong.
2021-01-15 20:21
shox not being in top 20 is simply outrageous, shame!
2021-01-15 20:21
BaitF
2021-01-15 20:22
S0mple top 5 lol
2021-01-15 20:24
deserved
2021-01-15 20:25
#200
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Denmark valt3rr
Electronic didn't deserve top 5 tho.... And no way blame was better than ropz
2021-01-15 20:26
#201
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India somecunt
Well, if electronic is ahead of blamef despite of being hoge difference in ratings, they better took roles in consideration.
2021-01-15 20:27
#203
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Portugal dracø
lol 2020 gets the top 20 rating it deserves
2021-01-15 20:27
HLTV should stop rewarding carries and give awards to the actually good players, the ones who WON SOMETHING
2021-01-15 20:28
0.81 KEKW
2021-01-15 20:29
Man, the fact that everybody talked about electronic's bad performance in mid year and he's still in top 5 says a lot about his potential
2021-01-15 20:29
1 reply
About hltv
2021-01-15 22:32
0 mvp
2021-01-15 20:30
Deserved. Such a grinder
2021-01-15 20:30
1 reply
+1
2021-01-16 13:00
Selfish + D0cc OMEGALUL
2021-01-15 20:30
This is impact and consistency. People can say baitF or whatever, but the team had a huge step up in 2020 (compared to 2019 and behind) and he's the IGL, so it's deserved.
2021-01-15 20:30
baitf doesnt deserve
2021-01-15 20:32
#218
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Turkey 69kagan
hadi bakalim blameF!!
2021-01-15 20:34
d0cc 😹
2021-01-15 20:34
BlameF for sure the biggest baiter in top 20. He makes the Niko IGL far better than Niko.
2021-01-15 20:36
So this means Xantares top3
2021-01-15 20:36
WAAAAT?!?! How is he above Electronic. BlameF should be 4th hands down. The strongest IGL in the game with almost a 1.20 wtf he was robbed! Should be #6 Electronic #5 Niko #4 BlameF and the last 3 are obvious Thats big sad
2021-01-15 20:37
1 reply
Bad bait
2021-01-15 21:16
#224
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Turkey RENNNDER
Electronic AHAHHAHAHAH
2021-01-15 20:39
5 Electronic 4 IDK 3 Deve 2 Zywh0 1 s1mple
2021-01-15 20:39
2 replies
4 - Niko
2021-01-15 20:46
1 reply
forget about that guy :)
2021-01-15 21:17
IGL top 6 what a god
2021-01-15 20:42
BaitF pog
2021-01-15 20:43
GYMCEL KEKW
2021-01-15 20:43
goattronic top 5
2021-01-15 20:44
5 K0nfig/$h1ro 100% 4 Niko 3 s1mple 2 ZywOo 1 Device
2021-01-15 20:44
5 - electronic 4 - NIKo 3 - Device 2 - S1mple 1 - ZywoO
2021-01-15 20:45
Deserved. Congratz, biggest blamef fan. I'm his fangirl from their debut a year ago, even though my bet on ast was lost, I fell in love with this team. #LETSGOCOL
2021-01-15 20:51
2 replies
nice bait 0/8
2021-01-15 22:06
<3
2021-01-15 23:09
d0cc d0cc hedshot machine hedshot machin d0cc is hedshot maker
2021-01-15 20:48
Congratulations to OnlineF. Sad he picked a liar and a cheater as his prediction for 2021.
2021-01-15 20:48
1 reply
Yeah, if this guy was to reveal himself o the big.scene, it woud already be done
2021-01-17 00:51
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
2021-01-15 20:50
#238
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Australia Caveman_
I don’t find anything surprising about this, totally expected and well deserved.
2021-01-15 20:51
BaitF pogU
2021-01-15 20:51
BaitF hahahahaha soon Ba1tmple top2
2021-01-15 20:55
Baiter in top 10 kkkkk
2021-01-15 20:56
#243
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France naveJ
baiter , undeserved spot , worse than Jame , this guy... I just hate him
2021-01-15 20:58
3 replies
stfu you french cuck, your entire baguette scene is literally the most unlikable spergs of CS:GO
2021-01-15 22:52
2 replies
#410
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France naveJ
didn't read and don't care , sale danois va niquer tes morts
2021-01-16 16:56
1 reply
crying in your feminine bitch language lmfao din mor er den største ludder i verden din lille tæveunge. Vær glad for vi ladder små franske svin som dig bruge vores hjemmeside, dit beskidte lille dyr.
2021-01-19 10:55
This guy idol is Happy for sure
2021-01-15 21:01
1 reply
Hahahahah xD
2021-01-17 00:49
oof i didnt want to see this one
2021-01-15 21:04
+1 for his bold prediction
2021-01-15 21:06
biceps 70cm (#1)
2021-01-15 21:10
Overrated baiter
2021-01-15 21:15
Zywho S0mple Choko Electronic
2021-01-15 21:19
EZ Clap
2021-01-15 21:20
100% deserved
2021-01-15 21:21
#261
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Chile strong221
deserved
2021-01-15 21:22
is this joke ?
2021-01-15 21:24
wut xaxax
2021-01-15 21:26
Overrated as fuck
2021-01-15 21:29
ropz>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>blameF
2021-01-15 21:29
4 replies
ropz overrated, the kid never entries
2021-01-15 22:52
3 replies
he could ofc but would be a waste of a his potential. entry is for lowbrainers with good aim, he has both aim and brain
2021-01-16 12:43
2 replies
+1
2021-01-17 00:48
Entries are the people winning the maps, not the lurkers baiting
2021-01-19 10:56
I don't understand how a pure rifler with a 40% average headshot ratio can be top 6. I mean, that is some Aerial level shooting, so wtf? All he does is backstab or what? He should be losing aim duels 9/10 times with that hs%...
2021-01-15 21:31
2 replies
#279
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Germany Koalafire
yep he backstaps a lot, but thats the thing he is good at i guess. his aim is decent, and if the brain works with it its fine by me that he is higly rated.
2021-01-15 21:50
slower reactions with higher HS % will always lose to a spray master.
2021-01-15 22:51
xantares top 5?
2021-01-15 21:33
My man, best fragging igl and some butt hurt love it
2021-01-15 21:35
OK 5. Electronic 4.Niko 3.Device 2.S1mple 1. Zywoo
2021-01-15 21:35
#273
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Finland 7ones
Underrated. This guy isnt using awp and is IGL.
2021-01-15 21:40
1 reply
underrated ? anything but underrated lmao
2021-01-15 21:52
S1mple ZyWoo Dev1ce Niko Electronic
2021-01-15 21:43
I think he sets up complexity alot around him, and places himself in the important positions. Thats why people call him baitF because he may say to rush X and he's the guy doing the important stuff like refragging. Its a better coldzera IGL style he had in SK.
2021-01-15 21:48
3 replies
people dont realise how much he entries. Watch their nuke or mirage games, blameF is their most aggressive CT player with more entries than any1 else on the team. Even in Heroic before he became the IGL he was outshining every1 including stavn in fragging
2021-01-15 22:51
2 replies
+1
2021-01-15 23:07
but he's still lurking, and stalling the team that also sets him up
2021-01-15 23:21
blameF is a good kid
2021-01-15 21:57
#283
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Bosnia and Herzegovina kezual5
Niko coming in at #5
2021-01-15 22:01
#285
keeN | 
Kazakhstan Dosss
underrated
2021-01-15 22:01
bruh papatronic 4th POG
2021-01-15 22:03
1 reply
5th.. niko gonna be 4th
2021-01-15 22:06
#290
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Brazil Largato
Deserved, congratz
2021-01-15 22:06
I'd rather blame ZywOo then F because he sucks.
2021-01-15 22:07
So many baited teammates were lost for this :/
2021-01-15 22:16
#299
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South America fthata
RUSH eating a sushi @last video jajajajja
2021-01-15 22:20
gg
2021-01-15 22:30
#309
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World Beard43
Congratulations! Expected btw, NiKo next.
2021-01-15 22:41
amazing
2021-01-15 22:44
Deserved to be on top 5
2021-01-15 22:53
Onliner
2021-01-15 22:58
Next electronic and niko
2021-01-15 22:59
congratz men finnaly in top 20 hltv
2021-01-15 23:00
7seba7 ez 6 in the World #ez
2021-01-15 23:03
Dear HLTV brothers, this is why S1mple will be top1: imgur.com/a/OVpwOTU
2021-01-15 23:13
2 replies
>imgur Sorry not clicking pedophile links
2021-01-16 00:53
1 reply
omg don't be scared, it is just a picutre of "Form" comparison, nothing more.
2021-01-16 06:12
expected
2021-01-15 23:19
if this guys 6 xantares 5
2021-01-15 23:22
2 replies
#337
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Russia ToughGuy
xantares not even top22 hltv confirmed already
2021-01-15 23:47
1 reply
yes this hltv is joke
2021-01-17 00:45
deserved
2021-01-15 23:23
Undeserved
2021-01-15 23:33
Nice :D This means electronic top5 :OOOO
2021-01-15 23:46
#339
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Poland sosiad
How tf electonic top 5
2021-01-15 23:58
100% deserved
2021-01-16 00:14
He sets himself up to refrag and bait 24/7 so his stats are padded quite a lot, but considering the team's results and his impeccable mechanical form, it's actually deserved.
2021-01-16 00:35
Any chance he's gonna join Astralis being a Dane with igl skills and firepower? Xyp hasn't been good and Dupreeh will get too old soon. Complexity ain't bad but if he fits into Astralis somehow they might start another era.
2021-01-16 00:37
1 first place kkkkkkkkkkkkk but its danish site
2021-01-16 00:53
#349
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Russia QibyVGZEN
WHERE XANTARES
2021-01-16 00:58
Brock Lesnar of CS:GO
2021-01-16 00:59
1. Zywoo 2. Simple 3. Device 4. Niko 5. Electronic?
2021-01-16 01:02
4 replies
2021-01-16 06:12
3 replies
Yea ok. In ur dream.
2021-01-16 09:56
2 replies
stats > your opinion
2021-01-16 09:57
1 reply
Stats? Who won more this year thats what they gona look at. If every one baited like simple imagine the stats lol
2021-01-16 16:04
#352
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Australia popoto
NICE
2021-01-16 01:08
where is rpk on the 20 wtf hltv???????????
2021-01-16 01:17
#354
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Malaysia AtPdTrZ
they could of win more if everything went well but of course everything didnt go well like if obo and complexity beat Astralis maybe navi wins epl12 and esteg wouldn't join c9 for 3m
2021-01-16 01:24
TOP 5: (2020) 1- Simple; 2- Zywoo; 3- Device; 4- NiKo; 5- Electronic.
2021-01-16 01:36
#362
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Ukraine FFF111
elec / niko / device / zywoo / s1mple or elec / device / niko / zywoo / s1mple
2021-01-16 01:58
3 replies
ZywoO top 1 100%
2021-01-16 03:44
2 replies
s1mple is top1 - imgur.com/a/OVpwOTU Zywoo had a big slump for like 3 months, while s1mple had always ~ more than 1.25
2021-01-16 06:13
1 reply
Lol. Let's see ...
2021-01-16 14:35
congrats he deserves this.
2021-01-16 03:15
#365
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United States Will767
Meh not impressed ima just blame him
2021-01-16 03:18
1 reply
Woa
2021-01-16 08:11
s1mple will be #1 hltv.org/stats/players/compare/7998/s1mp.. (check "Form")
2021-01-16 06:22
Ropz still better but gj
2021-01-16 07:51
whoF? ropz >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> whoF
2021-01-16 08:46
no way blameF is better than ropz
2021-01-16 08:50
#381
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Poland BAN_ANIME
>d0cc in 2021
2021-01-16 09:28
Whuoat? BlameF top-6?!?! In this year top-ranking is one very big joke.
2021-01-16 09:34
Who is D0cC???
2021-01-16 10:12
SWOLEF
2021-01-16 10:23
#394
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Denmark rrasmus
Well deserved.. What a machine!!!!
2021-01-16 11:11
BF razebal roflotop
2021-01-16 11:46
nice
2021-01-16 12:06
Eba izi 5 - Shiro 4 - Nikoko 3 - deviceeeecyka 2 - SashkaSomple 1 - GodZywoOOO
2021-01-16 13:24
#406
Jame | 
Poland SebL
Honestly he was looking like the best player in Denmark, deserved placing.
2021-01-16 15:34
#408
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Asia hkmusashi
broky top 5
2021-01-16 16:06
#411
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Turkey DodoMan47
Deserved
2021-01-16 17:32
never forget him, one from the RULON club with 0-15 score LUL.
2021-01-16 19:10
baitF Worst hltv top20 list yet
2021-01-16 21:36
#417
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United States xiquo
rip he woulda got higher if obo didnt leave
2021-01-16 21:54
#418
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Europe ScreeNyy
IGL carrying his team, lul :D
2021-01-16 22:26
1 reply
yea that made it even more impressive. putting zywoo or s1mple on IGL and im sure they won't even be in top 10...
2021-01-19 17:59
Not a name I expected in the top 20, but just now realizing it makes sense. He was a beast for his team all year. He igl’s and he is consistently topping the board for his team
2021-01-16 23:59
3 replies
If you didnt expect him in TOP 10 minimum it means you are not following the scene
2021-01-17 15:25
2 replies
Yea I guess you maybe didn’t read the part about me knowing how well he’s been playing all year. When you think about a top 20 list it’s easy to forget possible candidates. There are a lot of good contenders out there. I actually agree with this ranking. You probably missed my point
2021-01-19 10:10
1 reply
This ranking is fucked up. How KRIMZ and NA farmers are in TOP 20, but not valde, mantuu, tabseN, XANTARES, k0nfig, TeSeS and cadiaN?
2021-01-19 12:57
god blame f, deserved
2021-01-17 17:46
chicken on steroids
2021-01-18 12:36
6lameF
2021-01-18 23:01
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