Top 5 of 2012 in Counter-Strike

As we're starting year 2013 we at HLTV.org have looked back on the previous year and tried our best to rank the top five moments or highlights of the year in terms of Counter-Strike.

Although this ranking was put together by the senior staff of HLTV.org, it is by no means definite or correct, it is simply our subjective view of 2012 as a whole and what stuck out the most at the end.

As HLTV.org used to be a Counter-Strike 1.6 coverage site with few mentions of Counter-Strike: Source over the years, the article is written from a CS 1.6 player's point of view, so keep that in mind especially when it comes to departures and arrivals from the scene.

Some of the things we considered but did not make the final cut for top five were ESC Gaming's rollercoaster run through the year which included winning the only major tournament and $50,000 followed up by issues before finally getting good at CS:GO, Counter-Strike 1.6's death and Counter-Strike: Online, which has offered over $100,000 in prize money at two K1 League Seasons and WCG combined.

#5 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's release (August 21)

Although some controversy will be associated with CS:GO for the upcoming future just as it's been for the past months since its release, you can not argue that the competitive scene has been great ever since the game has come out, and those of you who have been around for a decade might remember how the active scene resembles the good old days. Oh, and over $200,000 that was shelled out in prize money in over twenty tournaments didn't hurt, either.

Back around 2003 many top teams used to play online cups such as the ClanBase EuroCup and even various smaller cups such as the famous Nattcup series hosted by Fragbite. While this certainly isn't something all teams enjoy because it puts more pressure on them to perform online, it's great for the fans who get to see their favorite players and teams play more. This is not to mention all the people streaming games on a daily basis.

During the fall we've been spoiled with weekly online tournaments (THOR Open, ESEA, DreamHack and ESWC qualifiers, EMS, other online leagues and qualifiers) and we've seen many tournaments take place. Furthermore, CS:GO has been picked up by many as a test run of a new title so some local tournaments which didn't feature Counter-Strike in years now support it.

However, the game is facing a challenge already in 2013 - it isn't bringing new players in, which has been the problem with Counter-Strike 1.6 for a while according to Intel Extreme Masters' Michal "Carmac" Blicharz. The obvious choice would be to make CS:GO free-to-play in which case it would probably thrive among the casual community as right now a high percentage of the game's active players are competitive.

How will Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fare in 2013 and onwards? No one knows, but one thing is for sure: it brought back the way Counter-Strike was played years and years ago, and how active the scene was. It's been a pleasant surprise to go back in time, which includes lots of old players returning, so let's hope that continues this year and we don't revert back to teams avoiding online play and less online tournaments taking place.


CS:GO has taken over the FPS genre in eSports since its release 

#4 fnatic Counter-Strike 1.6 (April-November)

fnatic's 2011 started in turmoil after losing three members. Patrik "cArn" Sättermon and Harley "dsn" Örwall rebuilt the team and added Richard "Xizt" Landström among the others, but the team struggled to make waves for over eight months after IEM V European Championship in Kiev. Next success for fnatic didn't come until Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl had rejoined and the team won IEM VI Global Challenge Guangzhou. Their results were slightly inconsistent as they bailed out of ESWC in the group stage, but then finished the year on a high note as they topped DreamHack Winter 2011.

The team traveled to Kiev once again in the beginning of 2012 but weren't able to come out on top, finishing fourth after a third place decider loss vs Moscow Five. Another weak showing followed at IEM VI World Championship at CeBIT where they placed 5-6th at Sättermon's final event as an active player. However, following the addition of Finn "karrigan" Andersen and Richard "Xizt" Landström's move to becoming the in-game leader of the black and orange squad, the team went on a roll and wound up winning six of the next eight tournaments on LAN, as well as their own fnatic PLAY league.

On their way to becoming the best Counter-Strike 1.6 team of 2012 the team which saw Andreas "moddii" Fridh finally break through as the star player of one of the world's best teams, fnatic also took down one of the all time greats, Natus Vincere, in five consecutive grand finals, including one with Emil "FYRR73" Karlsson having already joined the team after Landström's departure to what he assumed to be the greener pastures of NiP and CS:GO.

Had Landström not departed the team, it's entirely possible fnatic would have gone on to finish first at K1 League Season 2 as well, which could have netted them almost $25,000 extra in prize money, but it's not a big knock on the team considering the event in Shanghai took place in Counter-Strike: Online, a version with locked rates that also saw their main competition Natus Vincere struggle to make it. They did however win over $72,000 in those seven months.

Then why is fnatic not higher up on the list? They didn't do particularly well at the year's biggest event IEM VI World Championship, some of their competition went away half way through the year making it easier for them to take the throne of CS 1.6, and their domination simply didn't last very long because of Counter-Strike 1.6's untimely death. fnatic switched to CS:GO in time for DreamHack Winter and came close to beating mousesports UK for a spot in the playoffs while also taking down ESC, but fell short in the end.

Denmark 1st Copenhagen Games (9,400€)
Sweden 2nd 3rd Intel Core Challenge by IO
Europe 1st fnatic PLAY league ($2,500)
Sweden 1st Swedish Championship (70,000 SEK)
Sweden 1st DreamHack Summer (50,000 SEK)
Spain 1st GameGune (12,000€)
Portugal 1st Pro Gamer Series (9,000€)
Romania 1st DreamHack Bucharest (5,000€)
China 3rd K1 League Season 2 (30,000 RMB)

The team has since then imploded with Andreas "MODDII" Fridh once again causing trouble with his personality. Currently only Michael "Friis" Jorgensen and Martin "trace" Heldt, who joined in the summer to replace the retiring Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl, remain, which means only one of the five members made it from the break through lineup at Copenhagen Games. fnatic are currently rebuilding for CS:GO, and will surely make their way towards the top of the scene as they have more time to get adjusted.


fnatic got to celebrate winning a fair bit in 2012 

#3 Out with the old, in with the new

Although this happens every year with people getting older, losing motivation and starting to prioritize other things over Counter-Strike, 2012 saw especially many old school players retire from competition or at least go inactive for now, leaving room for a comeback later on, possibly during 2013. Some of the players likely to make a comeback are AWPers Timi "aslak" Verkkoperä and Marcus "Delpan" Larsson, as the Finn has completed his military service and Larsson has been seen playing plenty of CS:GO in the recent days.

Unlike most years however, we also saw a huge influx of talented players coming in not only from Counter-Strike: Source but also from other FPS games, and some of the top players currently weren't well known to HLTV.org's old Counter-Strike 1.6 userbase. Obviously we couldn't realistically list even half the good players who have come and gone, but below is an example of some the people who have joined or departed our community in the past year as active players.

Departed Arrivals
Germany Roman "roman" Ausserdorfer Russia Georgi "WorldEdit" Yaskin
United States Danny "fRoD" Montaner Spain Xavi "Aguila" Casals Sabi
Finland Timi "aslak" Verkkoperä France Richard "shoxie" Papillon
Sweden Robert "RobbaN" Dahlström United States Sam "DaZeD" Marine
Denmark Timm "ArcadioN" Henriksen Belgium Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom
Sweden Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl France Kenny "kennyS" Schrub
Germany Manuel "Tixo" Makolh Denmark Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen
France Christophe "SIXER" Xia Brazil Raphael "cogu" Camargo
Denmark Alexander "ave" Holdt Sweden Adam "friberg" Friberg
Norway Karl-William "kalle" Haraldsen France Nathan "NBK" Schmitt
France Engin "MAJ3R" Kupeli Slovakia Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács
Denmark Danny "zonic" Sorensen Canada Keven "AZK" Lariviere
Brazil Lincoln "fnx" Lau Sweden Simon "twist" Eliasson
Turkey Fatih "gob b" Dayik Greece Dimitrios "stavros" Smoilis
Sweden Marcus "Delpan" Larsson Denmark Jacob "Pimp" Winneche
Finland Kimmo "BASiC" Fagerholm Brazil Lucas "steel" Lopes
Germany Navid "Kapio" Javadi Sweden Patrik "zajp" Knutsen
Sweden Johan "face" Klasson Denmark Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen
Brazil Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo United States Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham
Finland Jirka "jigetus" Ryhti Sweden Andreas "schneider" Lindberg

Not impressed by the list above? Don't worry, we will undoubtedly see many more new faces break out during 2013 as teams and players get better adjusted to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. With the likes of ProGaming.TD's Raphael "cogu" Camargo and Curse's Joona "natu" Leppänen making a comeback in CS:GO, it's possible more retired players might dust off their mouse and start competing again.


friberg is just one of the many new arrivals in the scene 

#2 Ninjas in Pyjamas' return (August 10)

The announcement of Ninjas in Pyjamas' return included the tagline "Five players from two worlds. One team to rule them all" and while we can all agree that was very tacky and probably garnered a few laughs here and there, the Swedes led by former fnatic in-game leader Richard "Xizt" Landström, flanked by two of the all time best Counter-Strike 1.6 players in Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg and Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund and combined with two former CS:S players Adam "friberg" Friberg and Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson definitely delivered and lived up to the hype.

In the year of super teams with LeBron James winning his first title with the stacked Miami Heat roster and The Avengers coming out, the Swedes certainly played their part as they created an unstoppable force in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, finishing the year with an astounding 58-0 map record on LAN. The good people at Fragbite have combined some interesting statistics about the Ninjas' 2012, so I will quote some of them here for those who don't frequent the site.

NiP won roughly $73,000 in prize money in five months while winning all seven events they attended for a whopping round difference of +530. Their average winning margin was 16-7, which isn't even close. As mentioned above, their map record on LAN is 58-0 and match record is 42-0. Most impressively, they haven't even allowed the grand finals to look competitive. Even Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg's mouse breaking and him having to adjust to a different mouse with a totally different sensitivity didn't allow VeryGames to sneak up close at DreamHack.

Already in the spring I pointed out how Lindberg had been playing a ton of CS:GO as he completely stopped using the silencer, which had been one of his trademarks since he became a top player, on his Colt M4A1 overnight, and we can now see that both him and Alesund definitely made the right move by jumping into the new game early as they led the team in fragging while they completed the most dominant five months in Counter-Strike's history.

Sweden 1st SteelSeries GO (30,000 SEK)
Spain 1st DreamHack Valencia ($5,000)
France 1st ESWC ($10,000)
Sweden 1st DreamHack Winter (150,000 SEK)
Czech Republic 1st AMD Sapphire Invitational ($10,000)
Sweden 1st THOR Open (100,000 SEK)
Germany 1st NorthCon  ($5,000)

To make matters worse for everyone in the Counter-Strike scene hoping to dethrone NiP, they are showing absolutely no signs of slowing down as we enter 2013. It's much harder to stay on top than it is to get there, but these five guys have certainly shown they have what it takes and with NiP owning a nice waterfront condo in VeryGames' heads by now, they don't even have a real rival who you can expect to defeat them. Now that's dominance!


This team lived up to all the hype they put out 

#1 Richard "Xizt" Landström's  year

Richard "Xizt" Landström's career took off after he joined fnatic following a successful run in H2k and Lions at the end of 2010. In 2011 he started off with an MVP worthy performance at IEM V European Championship in Kiev where his play allowed fnatic to win a title, a feat they wouldn't be able to replicate for months. In fact Landström would have to wait from January till October to taste victory again, and after a poor ESWC showing he ended the year by winning DreamHack Winter.

In 2012 fnatic struggled at IEM VI Global Challenge Kiev and at IEM VI World Championship. After he took over as the in-game leader of the team and they recruited Finn "karrigan "Andersen, they went on a run of winning five of the next six Counter-Strike tournaments, becoming the number one team in the world in the process as they only lost one best-of-three versus future teammates Lindberg and Alesund.

From there on out it was all glory for the young Swede, as he joined NiP who finished 2012 undefeated on LAN, winning seven tournaments without dropping a single map with Landström leading the team at most of them. He was also a very strong player statistically in terms of fragging, consistently being among the top three fraggers of the star studded NiP lineup. In 2010 he ranked as the 18th best player, improved to 13th for 2011 and while exact stats aren't out for 2012, he would be even higher for both versions of Counter-Strike. Overall, his record for 2012 stands as follows:

Ukraine 4th IEM VI Global Challenge Kiev ($3,100)
Germany 5-6th IEM VI World Championship ($2,800)
Denmark 1st Copenhagen Games (9,400€)
Sweden 2nd 3rd Intel Core Challenge by IO
Europe 1st fnatic PLAY league ($2,500)
Sweden 1st Swedish Championship (70,000 SEK)
Sweden 1st DreamHack Summer (50,000 SEK)
Spain 1st GameGune (12,000€)
Sweden 1st SteelSeries GO (30,000 SEK)
Spain 1st DreamHack Valencia ($5,000)
France 1st ESWC ($10,000)
Sweden 1st DreamHack Winter (150,000 SEK)
Czech Republic 1st AMD Sapphire Invitational ($10,000)
Sweden 1st THOR Open (100,000 SEK)
Germany 1st NorthCon  ($5,000)

Landström was the in-game leader in both fnatic and NiP during most of the success, as he took over the in-game leading responsibilities from Patrik "cArn" Sättermon following IEM VI World Championship in March. His only loss in the black and orange jersey came against current teammates Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg and Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund's SK at 3rd Core Challenge by IO, since when they went on to win three tournies, including DreamHack Summer and GameGune.

In August Landström shocked the scene by leaving the number one team in the world fnatic to create the current Ninjas in Pyjamas roster along with Lindberg, Alesund and two lesser known former Counter-Strike: Source players Adam "friberg" Friberg and Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson. While it was an odd move at the time, it has certainly paid off for for Landström.

His winning streak continued after switching games as NiP went undefeated on LAN throughout the last five months of 2012, racking up seven LAN event titles in the process of winning roughly $130,000 in total prize money across both games. Landström also managed to win eleven of fourteen LAN tournaments he attended, and the end doesn't seem to be near as no one seems capable of challenging the Ninjas right now.

Landström was clearly the most successful player of 2012 while being the in-game leader of his teams, and also put up impressive stats through the year, combining for the following totals in the different versions of Counter-Strike he competed in during the past year:

  CS 1.6 stats in 2012 on LAN
       

0.75 kills per round, 0.61 deaths per round, 1.12 rating (+220 kill-death difference)





(MVP of GameGune, Swedish Championship; All-Star lineup at DH Summer)




  CS:GO stats in 2012 on LAN
       

0.86 kills per round, 0.60 deaths per round, 1.26 rating (+147 kill-death difference)





(MVP of THOR Open; All-Star lineup at DH Valencia, DH Winter)




We here at HLTV.org would like to congratulate Landström for what could be the defining year of his career as he starts 2013 hoping to top the previous year's success, no easy task given his impressive track record in 2012, when he was easily the most successful player of the year.


Xizt ended up celebrating on the highest podium often in 2012

What do you think of the top five of 2012? Who would you have left out or snuck in if you made a similar list? Would you have ranked them in a different order? Leave a comment below and let us know!

Well NiP is Domenate all the Teams so GO! GO! GO!
2013-01-07 21:19
6 replies
"HLTV.org used to be a Counter-Strike 1.6 coverage site with few mentions of Counter-Strike: Source over the years" i think that HLTV.org is global not only for the 1.6! dont you thik Luppis?? -__-"
2013-01-07 21:24
5 replies
no it was only for 1.6,times change...
2013-01-07 21:28
3 replies
Well! ther's no problème in this the Game must to develap CS:GO is good and it is for tru, even if we say that we expected a lot from from the devlopers, i mean did you see the comandos!! Valve trite to do a Call of & did you see an M4a1 without a suppressor silencer O_O"???, as i said the Game is great, but she need to change somethings!
2013-01-07 21:40
2 replies
did you see an M4a1 without a suppressor silencer it's a M4A4 not M4A1 & it's without silencer
2013-01-08 11:59
1 reply
Realy O_O oh no!!, and that's a nother modification that need to be changed 2 dont you think Bro ??
2013-01-08 12:17
Please learn some English.
2013-01-08 00:41
nip shall be #1 :P
2013-01-07 21:20
Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács - arrivals hes been i the 1.6 before 2012 ??? - schneider arrival?? whos that guy??
2013-01-07 21:20
5 replies
schneider is an oldschool player who has played for SK gaming
2013-01-07 21:29
1 reply
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Italy VoHiYo
lol yeah sure XD
2013-01-07 21:46
#36
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Italy VoHiYo
plays for Sy_B aka Western Wolves
2013-01-07 21:47
1 reply
#52
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Ukraine XBOCT<3
actually for absolute legends...
2013-01-07 22:28
#92
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Poland kRAMERO
cogu arrival ;o
2013-01-08 12:13
"Oh, and over $200,000 that was shelled out in prize money in over twenty tournaments didn't hurt, either." lol you sound pretty upset about CSGO success :D
2013-01-07 21:20
4 replies
who wrote that oh wait
2013-01-07 21:22
Thats a standard way of saying things in English, dont see any upset or malice in the statement at all....
2013-01-07 21:36
Learn english.
2013-01-07 21:53
You should feel bad.
2013-01-08 03:00
NiP ftw c:
2013-01-07 21:21
what a nice article
2013-01-07 21:21
Xizt MVP of 2012
2013-01-07 21:22
So sad to see how many great players departed. Pretty sad you forgot Roman R. This guy played without a break from 2001 to 2012 in top teams (he was in the first mousesports team which made mouz to what it is). The "Arrivals" are just CSS players. It's not like they didn't exist before.
2013-01-07 21:27
6 replies
That's what he says about arrivals... Unlike most years however, we also saw a huge influx of talented players coming in not only from Counter-Strike: Source but also from other FPS games, and some of the top players currently weren't well known to HLTV.org's old Counter-Strike 1.6 userbase.
2013-01-07 21:26
2 replies
it's just a bit ridiculous to talk about "coming in" when talking about a new game and players which were around for years but people here just didn't care. coming in what?
2013-01-07 21:32
1 reply
This website was covering only 1.6 in the past, he writes this article on HLTV.org, so these players are not known for most of our users. Once again, this is what he writes: and some of the top players currently weren't well known to HLTV.org's old Counter-Strike 1.6 userbase. So they are definitely new arrivals here. And also as our website was covering only 1.6, this is why all the departed players are from 1.6 scene.
2013-01-07 21:54
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France jaimez
schneider isn't a CSS player.
2013-01-07 21:29
2 replies
schneider isn't new either. I remember him playing in a 1.6 Team with Jesper Wecksell aka jw.
2013-01-08 09:17
1 reply
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France jaimez
I know ?
2013-01-08 18:56
pretty good article btw
2013-01-07 21:25
I'll miss all those players :(
2013-01-07 21:23
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Vietnam NoMEz
Rest In Peace CS 1.6 :)
2013-01-07 21:24
6 replies
LOL! the 1.6 never Die Dude Fnatic play it So! ^^
2013-01-07 21:26
5 replies
fnatic what?
2013-01-07 22:30
1 reply
Yeah Fnatic & i don't say it for fun ok!,i saw a picture of them on a airplane playing it under this it was saying that Fnatic don't have any time to lose, so anyone can conclude that Fnatic keep even the changement playing the 1.6 but now with the sad loss of 2 of ther Gamers i don't see any reason for theme to play it anymore so! :p
2013-01-09 21:11
Must have been a heavy rock where you came out underneith
2013-01-08 06:31
#82
NoMEz | 
Vietnam NoMEz
What fnatic ?
2013-01-08 09:08
fuck cs:go cs 1.6 farover I Love You Cs 1.6 <3 :)
2013-01-07 21:24
gj lurppis, realy great article!
2013-01-07 21:25
Xizt best player of 2012.
2013-01-07 21:25
nice article :)
2013-01-07 21:27
1.6 we won't forget !
2013-01-07 21:29
There can be no doubt richard is the best overall cs player in 2k12, although a case could be made for karrigan tracé moddi edward n gtr. X all the way though in my book, best fragging igl ever
2013-01-07 21:31
Xizt <3 Great Person and Amazing Player!
2013-01-07 21:32
4 replies
not such a great person after seeing the comments he made on twitter..
2013-01-07 21:38
3 replies
i can bullshit myself all over the internet, yet i can be a really nice person in real life. You can't say he's not a great person just because you saw some twitter posts, and you don't know him in real life. Do you?
2013-01-08 12:40
2 replies
well i can argue that YOU dont know him in real life either? So maybe hes completely fake in his interviews online and he acts all nice, but in real life hes a dick. I guess neither of us really know who he really is.
2013-01-08 14:33
1 reply
yeah, we can only guess :)
2013-01-08 18:45
gj lurppis :D
2013-01-07 21:33
CS:GO HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH
2013-01-07 21:38
1 reply
The only funny thing is your name tbh
2013-01-07 22:25
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Italy VoHiYo
#3 Should not be a highlight :/
2013-01-07 21:48
Damn xizt you are doing fine
2013-01-07 21:50
nice article.
2013-01-07 21:50
lol
2013-01-07 22:01
That "departed" list is sad :/
2013-01-07 22:03
1 reply
yea :'(
2013-01-08 00:27
nice article, gj! and congratz to xistie!
2013-01-07 22:22
so nice lurppis, congrats!
2013-01-07 22:22
No word for CSP :DD made my day!
2013-01-07 22:49
3 replies
you must be really happy lol
2013-01-08 00:37
Why on earth would there be? I don't recall any major news about CS:GO in 2011 either. Your comments make me cringe.
2013-01-08 11:28
1 reply
+ on that lol
2013-01-08 14:34
ESC winning the last IEM should be on the list as well.
2013-01-07 23:00
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Macedonia EXTOL[t]
Xizt
2013-01-07 23:13
Xizt=beast. Glad he gets the recognition he deserves from his peers
2013-01-07 23:19
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Macedonia balich
aslak best awp for me :))
2013-01-07 23:22
If Delpan returns where would he go?
2013-01-07 23:32
Great post, ofc... Nice. :)
2013-01-07 23:34
Is very sad to see all all those players retire :-s....i did in MaY
2013-01-07 23:38
Awesome read :D
2013-01-08 00:27
wp Xizt
2013-01-08 01:32
naming NBK over RpK in the newcomers section is a bit of a shock :P
2013-01-08 02:57
gj lurppis people who say ye doesn't contribute should look again Well Done lurpp.
2013-01-08 06:31
Pretty good article. That's why I doubt this was written by lurppis. I think it was his GOOD twin-brother luppris. :P
2013-01-08 10:08
great read
2013-01-08 10:38
Xizt is the best there is!
2013-01-08 11:04
great article!!! but you should've included csp instead of cs:go
2013-01-08 11:28
+ ESC is only team that doesn't change their roster due to cs:go switch. and they are still pretty successful at the new platform. Without doubt they are one of the best teams in history of cs, if not The Best
2013-01-08 11:38
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United States lurppis
they have been considered one of the best if not the best for a while now, but they are in the race with na`vi who have also kept their roster intact. i assume they will get good at cs:go given time as well!
2013-01-08 15:47
I'd switch CS:GO to be on the top and Xizt to be the 4th.
2013-01-08 11:50
1 reply
ermm what?
2013-01-08 12:30
gg Xizt!
2013-01-08 15:39
Departed part based only on 1.6 players, Arrivals about players from all versions. GJ.
2013-01-08 16:43
Xizt Man of the year ? :D
2013-01-08 17:35
1 reply
he always was in good team (in 1.6 and now GO) but maybe ... for sure is the best tactic-man)
2013-01-08 22:25
Could u fix the gob b's flag? Thank you.
2013-01-08 19:31
big loss to cs 1.6 ! top players left :/ :/
2013-01-08 22:50
good read!
2013-01-09 00:59
Nice
2013-01-09 01:47
nice article well written and entertaining
2013-01-10 02:35
wtf is this shit? some scandinavia ranking or what? zzz
2013-01-10 18:18
all departed players played cs 1.6,now all arrivals play cs:go departed > arrivals cs 1.6 > cs:go ^_^
2013-01-11 14:56
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yes :D , i now to say another thing :D...FUCK YOU !!
2013-01-12 16:27
Arrivals: Magnus ''JOKEREN'' Barthel Morten ''Frozt'' Frost Rene ''cajun'' Borg Lukas ''glaive'' Rossander Danny ''smF'' Dyg etc. etc.
2013-01-12 12:30
nice article to sum up all
2013-01-13 19:39
we'll im gonna say that you ALGERIEN PRO is low englihs ;( well first go learn english second i said that CS:GO bad and not like 1.6 1.6 is4fun not like CS:GO like CoD It's bad game in my opinion
2013-01-14 09:28
CS:GO is sheat, ONE LOVE FOR CS 1.6 ! <333
2013-01-17 23:25
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2013-04-04 13:19
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