CSGO10: The parity era gives way to a new duopoly (2017)

Next up in celebrating ten years of CS:GO is 2017, a year without a lone dominant team but with narratives and showpiece finals aplenty.

There was still a power vacuum at the zenith of competitive CS:GO as 2017 began. The dominant teams in 2016, fnatic and SK, fell off the top spot, replaced by an Astralis side that had been rejuvenated by the addition of Lukas "⁠gla1ve⁠" Rossander in place of Finn "⁠karrigan⁠" Andersen.

gla1ve and company's spot on top was far from secure, however, as the parity era was in full swing with eight teams — Virtus.pro, Natus Vincere, Dignitas, Cloud9, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Gambit, OpTic, and Astralis — all able to pick up an international LAN trophy in the last four months of 2016.

Astralis knew how big of an opportunity the ELEAGUE Major in Atlanta represented. The Major'sroster lock rules meant it was, in effect, a capstone to the 2016 season with several teams — including No. 2 SK, No. 3 OpTic, No. 6 Dignitas (now at FC Copenhagen's North project), No. 7 FaZe, and No. 10 G2 — making changes after the event. GODSENT and fnatic also reverted their now ill-fated decision to split paths in August 2016, a shuffle that ended with the fnatic organisation re-gaining their early 2016 roster that won six tournaments in a row.

Many of these teams were 'dead' before a shot was fired in Atlanta, weakening the field significantly. It was also the first Major in which coaches' input to players was limited, harming the chances of Sergey "⁠starix⁠" Ischuk's Natus Vincere and Björn "⁠THREAT⁠" Pers's Ninjas in Pyjamas. The stars were aligning for Astralis to lay to bed the ghosts of DreamHack Cluj-Napoca and MLG Columbus and finally grab their first Major title.

It was far from an open goal, though, and Virtus.pro were just as popular a pick for the Major title despite losses to Natus Vincere in New York and Dignitas in Moscow. And so it proved; the two favourites of Astralis and Virtus.pro would meet in the Major final, and deliver one of the greatest matches of all time.

Kjaerbye's form at ELEAGUE Atlanta dragged Astralis over the line to win their first Major

The first map, Nuke, is often forgotten, but was a tight match with scores tied at 10-10 and 12-12 only for Virtus.pro to grab the momentum with two eco-round victories. It was tight again on Astralis' pick of Overpass, with a 1v3 clutch (on 1HP) by Andreas "⁠Xyp9x⁠" Højsleth making the difference.

Train, though, took it up a notch. The Plow stormed out the gates to a 7-0 lead, converting their start into an even stronger 12-6 and then a 13-7 lead with Astralis' economy in tatters. Then, the first of many A executes fell in Astralis' favour, this one with Tec-9s and a crucial Xyp9x 1v1 over Janusz "⁠Snax⁠" Pogorzelski. The momentum had shifted and, with the score tied at 14-14, gla1ve called back-to-back fast A executes, stunning Virtus.pro and giving Astralis their first Major.

Virtus.Pro and Astralis enjoyed a fiery rivalry at the start of 2017

Astralis' rivalry with Virtus.pro was shaping up to be the one that defined 2017, with the Poles grabbing revenge in the semi-finals of DreamHack Las Vegas before they defeated a new-look SK in the final. Yet, that trophy would be Virtus.pro's last Big Event win with their legendary five-man lineup, a decline fueled by internal issues that immediately reared their head in a group stage exit at IEM Katowice.

Astralis had no such issues — they defeated their old captain karrigan's FaZe side that had just added Nikola "⁠NiKo⁠" Kovač in the final to add their third Big Event trophy out of the last four.

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An era appeared to be dawning but, like Virtus.pro, Astralis struggled to recapture their early 2017 form during the rest of the year. Instead, the teams that wrote off ELEAGUE Atlanta due to roster locks were the ones to prosper.

FaZe went one better at StarSeries Season 3, defeating Astralis in the final to dent the Danes' era ambitions. FaZe defeated Astralis again in Sydney, in part thanks to a genius veto in which karrigan floated Cobblestone, although they would later be defeated by SK. The Brazilians had struggled since their two Major victories in 2016, but a resurgence in Sydney was a sign of things to come.

NiKo was 2017's highest-rated player, validating his decision to swap mousesports for FaZe

One more challenger emerged at ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals: The French G2 superteam, finally with Kenny "⁠kennyS⁠" Schrub and Richard "⁠shox⁠" Papillon under one roof, that beat off SK in the semi-finals and then North in the grand final to throw yet another hat into the ring. The parity era, it seemed, was far from over.

The closest team to breaking this trend was IEM Sydney champions SK, who bounced back from defeat in Dallas to win ECS Season 3 finals and ESL One Cologne — the latter coming against a Cloud9 side that had defeated Natus Vincere in one of the games of the year in the semi-final.

SK grabbed their second consecutive IEM Cologne trophy in July

SK went into PGL Major Krakow as favourites after taking their second trophy in a row, with 1000 points on the HLTV team ranking and at full strength. But they crumbled. Early flights needed to be booked after a quarter-final loss to a rampant Nicolai "⁠device⁠" Reedtz — who out-dueled Gabriel "⁠FalleN⁠" Toledo 10-2 with the AWP — and his Astralis side.

Following a string of upsets and with FaZe also bowing out early after an 0-3 record in groups, Astralis were now favourites to retain their Major crown. Even more compelling was the possibility of a rematch against Virtus.pro, with both of the previous Major's finalists heavy favourites in their respective semi-finals.

But something was in the water in Krakow. Virtus.pro were eliminated by the then-ranked No. 10 team in the world, Immortals, while Astralis faltered against the 15th-placed Gambit. Danylo "⁠Zeus⁠" Teslenko and his squad were a solid outfit, with two DreamHack Open victories under their belt, but they were a different beast at the Major in Poland.

Handing Astralis a taste of their own medicine with some devastating popdog and A rushes on the deciding map of Train, Gambit stormed into the grand final and dispatched Immortals in three maps. Zeus, after all those second place finishes with Natus Vincere, had fulfilled his promise and got his Major.

Gambit completed one of the greatest underdog runs of all time in the second Major of the year

As happened after ELEAGUE Atlanta, several of the top twenty opted to twist rather than stick after disappointment in Krakow. Cloud9 removed Mike "⁠shroud⁠" Grzesiek and Jordan "⁠n0thing⁠" Gilbert for William "⁠RUSH⁠" Wierzba and Tarik "⁠tarik⁠" Celik, MOUZ added Miikka "⁠suNny⁠" Kemppi and Martin "⁠STYKO⁠" Styk, while now Major-winner Zeus jumped ship from Gambit to return to Natus Vincere. Ninjas in Pyjamas removed another legendary figure, replacing Adam "⁠friberg⁠" Friberg with teenager Fredrik "⁠REZ⁠" Sterner

The biggest story, though, came from FaZe. Removing the solid-but-unspectacular Aleksi "⁠allu⁠" Jalli and Fabien "⁠kioShiMa⁠" Fiey, karrigan's squad went for broke by assembling a roster with four players that were their respective teams' superstars. Ladislav "⁠GuardiaN⁠" Kovács was acquired from Natus Vincere as the star AWPer, two-time player of the year Olof "⁠olofmeister⁠" Kajbjer replacing kioShiMa as the team's support player, and with FaZe already housing NiKo — the third highest rated player of the year so far — and Håvard "⁠rain⁠" Nygaard, the new international superteam had name value like no team before it.

FaZe went for broke, signing GuardiaN and olofmeister after PGL Major Krakow

Instant success, however, was not guaranteed. They bombed out of DreamHack Malmö, leaving another superteam, the French one of G2, to claim the trophy. At ESL One New York, though, everything clicked into place. FaZe dropped just 11 rounds in their group-stage best-of-ones against Virtus.pro and Astralis before an aggregate 32-7 victory over Cloud9 in the semis. They then swept Liquid in the final with 16-3, 16-14, and 16-4 scorelines. NiKo finished on a 1.70 rating, with rain not far behind on a 1.61. It was one of the most dominant runs in CS:GO history, dropping an average of 5.5 rounds per map.

FaZe barely slowed down at the next Big Event, ELEAGUE Premier, where once again they lifted the trophy without dropping a single map. But there was an elephant in the room — the lack of a win against their rivals from the start of the year, SK. In the next event, with the more passive Ricardo "⁠boltz⁠" Prass replacing João "⁠felps⁠" Vasconcellos on SK, the best teams of the year up to that point met.

After dropping their first map for two events in a 2-1 win over Gambit, FaZe were manhandled by SK in a 1-2 series that featured a 16-2 victory for the Brazilians on Overpass; FaZe were not immortal after all. Such was their mortality, in fact, that they would exit EPICENTER in the group stage after losing to a resurgent Virtus.pro in the decider match. SK, meanwhile, marched their way past Astralis in the semi-finals before outlasting Virtus.pro in a marathon best-of-five with two overtimes in the grand final.

boltz, on loan from Immortals, helped put SK back in contention

Next time out, at IEM Oakland, SK too showed signs of mortality. They bowed out in the semi-finals to Ninjas in Pyjamas, leaving FaZe as heavy favourites to win the title. Patrik "⁠f0rest⁠" Lindberg and company had other ideas, however, and with a heavy dose of the old NIP magic they defeated FaZe in the final to win what would be f0rest and Christopher "⁠GeT_RiGhT⁠" Alesund's last prestigious trophy together.

FaZe, unbelievable front-runners though they were, had shown they could be put on the back foot and they still had not defeated SK with their new lineup — something they hoped to change at a new style of event in November, the very first BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen.

BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen had a rocky first day and a wacky format but the tournament organiser still showed a glimpse of what was to come

The event was marred by technical issues on day one but the fledgling tournament organiser still managed to have a memorable event — largely thanks to the heroics of Peter "⁠dupreeh⁠" Rasmussen on the AWP while device was out for medical reasons.

In the round-robin best of one group stage, Astralis defeated both FaZe and SK, showing such good form that FaZe settled for third place despite finally besting SK in a straight-up fight. Astralis could not continue their miracle run in the final in front of the home crowd — they were silenced by the bad librarian, FalleN, whose SK side recovered from a map down to hoist their seventh trophy of the year.

SK ended the year strong, winning three of the last four events they attended

Next up was the ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals grand final, where FaZe would once again face SK. Returning to series play SK once again asserted dominance over the Europeans with a 3-1 victory. FaZe then won the last event of the year, the ECS Finals in Cancun, but did so without playing SKFalleN's squad had finished fifth in the online section of the league, losing out on round difference to Liquid and Luminosity.

It was a shame for SK, in a year where Marcelo "⁠coldzera⁠" David retained his top spot in the top 20 players of the year ranking and Fernando "⁠fer⁠" Alvarenga jumped from 14th to third, that they were not more dominant. Losses to Astralis at PGL Krakow, G2 at DH Malmö, and to Ninjas in Pyjamas at IEM Oakland meant they could still be reasonably unsatisfied by a year in which they won eight trophies. 2017 could have been an extension of SK's era, but roster lock issues, the role clash between felps and fer, and a drop-off online denied them the chance of an undisputably dominant year.

coldzera retained his No. 1 spot in the end-of-year top twenty, with fer joining him in the top three

FaZe, too, had reason to be unhappy with a still-excellent year. They achieved more than any other international roster, assembling star-power from all over Europe to become some of the best front-runners the esport had seen. But, having lost their number one spot to SK, FaZe's dominance in New York and ELEAGUE Premier threatened to become irrelevant in the face of their lost finals to Ninjas in Pyjamas and SK.

Early on, there were fears that FaZe's superteam had broken Counter-Strike. But that was before the challenges of an international team set in; with as many superstars as FaZe had, culture clashes and communication issues were inevitable.

Neither side could be fully satisfied but FaZe had, along with SK, broken the parity era. Now, the test was to break free from their bipolar world order and become the sole hegemon.

FaZe were soon presented with a golden opportunity to take first blood as roster lock rules meant that SK were forced to use felps, the player they cut for boltz, at the first Big Event of 2018: ELEAGUE Major Boston.

FaZe, with their kryptonite severely weakened, were under no illusions: They simply had to become the first international team to win a Major. Their legacy depended on it.

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Brazil Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Marcelo 'coldzera' David
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
1430
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.62
Brazil João 'felps' Vasconcellos
João 'felps' Vasconcellos
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1011
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.70
Sweden Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
2089
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
Canada Mike 'shroud' Grzesiek
Mike 'shroud' Grzesiek
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
676
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.65
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Nikola 'NiKo' Kovač
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.15
Maps played:
1637
KPR:
0.80
DPR:
0.67
Sweden Björn 'THREAT' Pers
Björn 'THREAT' Pers
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.78
Maps played:
54
KPR:
0.52
DPR:
0.68
Sweden Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1745
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
27
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1793
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.62
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
32
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.91
Maps played:
2031
KPR:
0.62
DPR:
0.69
Finland Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Aleksi 'allu' Jalli
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1624
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
Sweden Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1356
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
Slovakia Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.62
France Richard 'shox' Papillon
Richard 'shox' Papillon
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
2018
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.66
United States Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Age:
26
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1438
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.68
United States Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert
Jordan 'n0thing' Gilbert
Age:
31
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
813
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.68
Denmark Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1986
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.61
France Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Fabien 'kioShiMa' Fiey
Age:
28
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1495
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.64
Ukraine Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1405
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
Denmark Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1953
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
Finland Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Miikka 'suNny' Kemppi
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1313
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.69
Brazil Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1583
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.60
Sweden Adam 'friberg' Friberg
Adam 'friberg' Friberg
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.95
Maps played:
1957
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.68
Brazil Fernando 'fer' Alvarenga
Fernando 'fer' Alvarenga
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
1436
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.68
Denmark Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
1693
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.66
Sweden Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Olof 'olofmeister' Kajbjer
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1560
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.65
Norway Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Håvard 'rain' Nygaard
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1627
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.69
Brazil Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Ricardo 'boltz' Prass
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1304
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
Slovakia Martin 'STYKO' Styk
Martin 'STYKO' Styk
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1569
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.66
Poland Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Janusz 'Snax' Pogorzelski
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
2127
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.65
United States William 'RUSH' Wierzba
William 'RUSH' Wierzba
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1413
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.67
France Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
1852
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.63
#1
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England Jerry2805
Easy for goat kjaerbye
2022-08-17 20:01
3 replies
ez for Gambit at Krakow
2022-08-17 20:11
2 replies
F
2022-08-17 20:55
1 reply
#42
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Ukraine I_say_Ok
the last year of csgo
2022-08-18 06:14
#2
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Australia poppyxox
um, interesting title
2022-08-17 20:02
goated year, miss faze with allu and kio :(
2022-08-17 20:03
5 replies
also, "two-time player of the year Olof "⁠olofmeister⁠" Kajbjer" nt writer
2022-08-17 20:12
2 replies
2 time major winner i assume is what he meant to say
2022-08-17 23:30
1 reply
yeah same
2022-08-17 23:53
+1 Banger year Teams were getting properly good at csgo but utility usage was still underdeveloped
2022-08-17 22:55
1 reply
+1
2022-08-18 05:02
boltz swedish flag ;dd
2022-08-17 20:04
boltz swedish legend
2022-08-17 20:04
#6
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Finland Kashmiir
NiKo only top1 on rating kek
2022-08-17 20:05
my favorite Astralis iteration :'(
2022-08-17 20:06
NiKo robbed
2022-08-17 20:07
13 replies
12 replies
If you think that shot is impressive you're delusional
2022-08-17 20:10
11 replies
Not impressive, just funny. Faze lost all bo3 matches to SK that year NIKO lost most duels vs Cold.
2022-08-17 20:11
#20
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Brazil ImReverx
It's no wonder that NiKo hasn't won anything relevant so far KEKW
2022-08-17 20:34
9 replies
It's no wonder that cold has washed up in 2 years and dropped to tier 3 after having no taco to bait KEKW
2022-08-18 02:59
8 replies
#39
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Brazil ImReverx
you got the point Taco was good bait and Cold is a "good trader" Today NiKo has 4 baits and can't win anything KEKW
2022-08-18 04:02
7 replies
You're a silver if you think Niko is a baiter or you're just delusional. It's both most probably.
2022-08-18 06:13
6 replies
#46
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Brazil ImReverx
But are the arguments over? xd You have to attack the person himself, sad.
2022-08-18 17:07
5 replies
No, its a common CS knowledge judgement by how you're comparing players, you are calling Niko baiter which doesn't make sense because he's the one who plays the aggressive positions and goes to die in first even if he's the star player. Hence, by your poor CS interpretation, i called you silver or you're good but just don't want to admit and call Niko baiter regardless and hence delusional. Nothing personal Anything else? :D or are you done typing stupidly wrong sentences which you want to call "argument"?
2022-08-18 17:16
3 replies
There are no arguments against facts, in 2017 SK destroyed Faze, cold was impeccable, very smart, there was no way for Niko win
2022-08-18 21:34
2 replies
Yeah, sure i never said he was not good in 2017 but he was washed only after two years without the support of his team and his team playing for him and making space for him. He has never performed outside of SK, that exposed him. He was good only as long as his team was good. He dropped the hardest among the pros I've seen at top level and his relevance in the scene is not as long as NiKo.
2022-08-18 22:28
1 reply
I agree with you Niko is more relevant until today, but these 2 years of Coldzera were magical, he won many titles, let's see if Niko with the new G2 lineup will try to match.
2022-08-19 18:47
Your argument is only valid if you are blind
2022-08-19 00:44
One of the best years to watch csgo So many cool rosters The french superteam (not so super after all) The galactics of FAZE VP and NIP old rosters still plowing
2022-08-17 20:07
#11
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Ukraine SwissRolls
ez for youngest major mvp kjaerbye
2022-08-17 20:09
KJAERBYE KING
2022-08-17 20:12
Last good year of csgo
2022-08-17 20:16
#18
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Stellar year for CS:GO. ^^ It was the period of dominance for FaZe Clan, VP, SK and Astralis.
2022-08-17 20:17
EZ4GOATNIKO
2022-08-17 20:26
#21
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United States ryan!nacs
Xyp9x showing that he was the clutch minister all the way in January 2017, over a year before their era and becoming a household name
2022-08-17 20:52
Boltz The Goat of SWeden
2022-08-17 20:54
"that beat off SK in the semi-finals"
2022-08-17 21:00
#25
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France J0riS
2017 was probably my favourite year to watch
2022-08-17 21:37
#26
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United States BLESSED_US
no one cars about that
2022-08-17 21:51
why does boltz have a swedish flag
2022-08-17 22:13
“FaZe, with their kryptonite severely weakened, were under no illusions: They simply had to become the first international team to win a Major. Their legacy depended on it.” That is bit cruel to end artical like that especially when you know what happened….We all know how their legacy ended. Especially in Boston and Katowice…. it might sound funny, but it was worst time of my life as csgo fan. Being Faze fan late 2017 and 2018 was ultra heartbreaking, but I am glad I sticked with my team throught hard times like Niko Coldzera clown fiesta and eventually my boys karrigan and rain got their redemption. Olof already had 2 majors and plenty of trophies so he won’t look back that much, but only player who got left out and you just have to feel bad about is Guardian.
2022-08-17 22:50
1 reply
Oh GuardiaN. His consistency in 2015 was unrivalled and he is one of the best player in my book. Wish he could have won a major to put "period" in his goat title. 😔
2022-08-18 07:22
damn I still remember the NiKo at ESL ny
2022-08-17 22:44
2017 was still SK's year, just not nearly as dominant. Always top 1 or 2 in ranking, and 3 players in top 6. its sad they didnt produce better results, they really should have.
2022-08-17 23:00
This was the best year, too many teams that were competitive enough to win a title.
2022-08-18 00:42
NiKo_true_#1_2017
2022-08-18 01:37
When CS was fun to play and see.
2022-08-18 02:22
Best year of CS
2022-08-18 03:24
best year
2022-08-18 11:16
Epicenter 2017 final still a top 5 game of all time, it's sad VP didn't win it in their last event of doing good. neo brought something that event. Good times :(
2022-08-18 14:31
#52
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Brazil PqSxd
best year by far, SK x Faze and SK x VP was something else
2022-08-19 19:47
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