G2 faced TSM in its next match. Both teams had a chance to redeem themselves on Overpass. However, FlipSid3 struggled again in the first half and the German team overran FlipSid3 and took a lead into the halftime break. Once again, WorldEdit showed up for his team with 22 kills and markeloff chimed in with 19, but the rest of their team did not, including the FlipSid3 captain Andrey "B1ad3" Gorodenskiy with just 8 kills.
On the other side, NiKo and nex did well for their team with 27 kills each. FlipSid3 was eliminated from the tournament. TSM started well with a pistol round win and dupreeh found two kills in the second round. Maikelele and rain overwhelmed Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz behind them to even out the players.
Maikelele was then able to win a duel against karrigan with just nine health points remaining and his ace won G2 the round. In the next round, with this time TSM on an economy round, the Danes were able to make it a 3 vs 3. Then in a 1 vs 1, jkaem attempted to take down dev1ce, who was on just four points of health and a pistol, and TSM set back G2.
TSM jumped to a lead before G2 found another. The half ended with a lead for TSM. Although the halftime score was respectable for G2, TSM's offense in the second round proved to be relentless and went on a 7 to 1 run to win the game, Everyone on G2 underperformed; Maikelele had 15 kills, but also had 16 deaths, to lead G2. G2 faced mousesports once again. Unlike the other games in Group B, this series had close games.
The first game was on Mirage. The half ended with an advantage for mousesports. However, the second half went in the favor of G2, ending regulation in a score. In overtime, G2 appeared to see through gob b's calls and stormed through the German team to take the game NiKo went big with 35 kills and ChrisJ had 29, but Maikele's 34 and jkaem's 33 was able to help G2 push it over the edge for the win. The second game was on Inferno, the map mousesports was stomped on by G2 just two days earlier.
Cache was a different story in this series but was similar to the other matches in Group B — a blowout win. G2 had an 11 to 4 lead at the half and limited mousesports to just one round in the second half to win It also stifled NiKo to just 10 kills. Overall, NiKo had 69 kills and ChrisJ had 62 kills as the two non-Germans on the German team did well, but the rest of their team struggled. Meanwhile, jkaem had 74 kills and fox had 62 kills to lead G2 in the three game set.
G2 entered the playoffs second place in its group and mousesports was eliminated. At the previous major, it placed third after defeating in the Ninjas in Pyjamas and losing to Fnatic , the eventual champions. Team Liquid defeated Renegades twice in the major qualifier to make it to Cluj-Napoca. The game took place on Cobblestone, a map in which Virtus. Liquid tied the game back up at 3. Liquid was able to win the eighth round and reset VP's economy.
Liquid then extended its lead to before VP would pick up a fifth round. Each team took one round each afterwards and Liquid took a lead into the half. The American squad started with a three-round winning streak in the second half and had a lead. VP took three rounds for itself. Liquid won a 13th round. In the 23rd round, Liquid had just won the previous round but had a worse buy than VP and was in danger of being reset in its economy.
VP committed to the A bombsite and the two teams traded kills. However, Snax and pashaBiceps quickly found two kills and then ELiGE was left in a 1 vs 3 and was forced to save his gun. The Polish veterans tied the score at 13 and then both teams reached 15 rounds to send the game to overtime. VP swept the overtime rounds and won the game Titan was also at the previous major, but was upset by the Renegades in the group stage.
NiP was by far the favorite to win the match. NiP finally got a round in the 9th round, but Titan's defense stayed strong and finished with a halftime lead. All seemed over until NiP started mounting a comeback. Although Ex6tenz was taken down by Adam "friberg" Friberg , Richard "shox" Papillon took down Aleksi "allu" Jalli , essentially securing the round for Titan. Meanwhile, shox had 23 kills and three Titan players sat on 22 kills to secure the upset win.
Titan went on to face VP. Team Liquid nearly took down VP in the initial matches of the group stage while NiP was upset by Titan after being blown out in the first half of that game. Liquid started well after taking a lead. The Swedes then went on a 9 to 2 run and took home the first half Liquid got to 8 rounds heading into the 19th round.
In that round, nitr0 entered the A bombsite and took down Xizt in the stairs position as allu failed to trade as the Finnish player missed a shot. However, adreN was able to trade him out and FugLy found allu in the counter-terrorist spawn. The game was tied at 10 but Liquid failed to find much success after. NiP seemed to change its setups after game was tied at The Swedes still had a chance at keeping its top eight hopes alive after taking the game VP and Titan struck to Train, a map VP historically was famous for, especially on its terrorist side, the less favorable side on this map.
VP elected to start on the counter-terrorist side. VP started with a lead but Titan did close the gap by taking a round. Snax found ScreaM with a shotgun — a gun in which one needs to be very up close with in order to inflict good damage — and Ex6tenz had a chance to trade him out, but the Belgian player missed a flurry of shots and Snax was able to take him down. SmithZz was able to trade him out and Rpk took down Snax but byali took down SmithZz with just 13 seconds to go.
The clock ticked to zero and VP won the round, despite Rpk killing byali a second after the timer expired. Titan seemed to find its footing late into the half and brought the score to a close disadvantage. However, VP showed why its terrorist side on the map was to be reckoned with as its offense took home seven rounds and Titan was only able to find one. VP moved on to the playoffs and Titan went on to face NiP in the decider series.
This series had two different storylines to it, all ending in the same result. The first game went to Cache, a map that NiP is considered to be one of the, if not the best, teams on. However, Titan put up a fight. NiP took down Titan for three rounds before Titan took a round after shox's four kills. Titan eventually took a halftime lead. Titan then had a massive 7 round lead after winning the pistol and anti-economy rounds.
In the 20th round, with Titan leading , NiP barely invested money into the round as it was saving money for the following round, thus making a 14th round very likely for the French side. However, Xizt brought down a low-health SmithZz and then followed onto shox before ScreaM took him down. Rpk traded allu, but f0rest took Rpk down and NiP picked up an important round. The game was eventually tied at 14 rounds. Rpk took down allu but friberg quickly traded him out.
Titan was severely low on money the last round and NiP defense did not flounder and the Swedish team took the first map. Rpk, who was arguably the best Counter-Strike: Source player of all time, had 28 kills and shox had 32 kills, but it was not enough as SmithZz only had 11; on NiP, f0rest had 26 kills. The second map had Titan underperform heavily. Titan would take the 9th round, but that would be the only win it would get as NiP won nearly all exchanges and clutches. Rpk lead his team, but only with 10 kills as f0rest and allu lead NiP with 22 and 20 kills, respectively.
Titan's captain, Ex6tenz, had one of the worst games in his career as he ended with just one kill while dying every single round. NiP moved on the playoffs and Titan was eliminated. EnVyUs was a finalist at the last major after finishing first in its group after it defeated Flipsid3 Tactics and Luminosity Gaming and then defeated Natus Vincere and Team SoloMid in the playoffs and had a good lead against Fnatic in the first game of the final before blowing the lead and then being blown out in the second game.
Dignitas defeated Team Immunity twice to qualify for the major. EnVyUs showed why it was a finalist at the last major. Dignitas began with a lead and then EnVyUs tied it up at 3. The game was then tied at 5 with Dignitas coming off a win in the last round. In the 11th round, EnVyUs was limited to two rifles it saved from the last round and three pistols.
The French team never looked back after that round and went on an 11 to 1 run from the score to take the game Natus Vincere Na'Vi defeated its opponent in this match at the previous major in the group stage but then fell to Team EnVyUs in the quarterfinals. Na'Vi started the strong as it took early lead and then an lead into the half. In the second half, CLG took the pistol and the two anti-economy rounds. Na'Vi picked up the first gun round and then an anti-economy round to give the CIS team a lead.
In the 21st round, Na'Vi executed towards the B bombsite. Egor "flamie" Vasilyev was able to take down Steve "reltuC" Cutler but he and his teammate were in a 2 vs 4. CLG started a comeback and the score closed to and then after jdm64's 1 vs 2 clutch. However, Na'Vi was able to pull together for two rounds and it was able to take the map GuardiaN, arguably the world's best AWPer at the time, had 26 kills top the scoreboard and flamie had 23 kills.
The final loser's match pitted Dignitas and CLG. The game was played on Cobblestone again. CLG started with a lead and then a However, Dignitas went on a run to close the half and the game became a close scoreline. Dignitas was able to close the gap to one round at However, CLG extended its lead to Dignitas started bringing things back CLG won the 29th round and got the match point first. In the 30th round, Dignitas started planning an execute towards the B bombsite. However, shortly after beginning the execute, tarik took down tenzki and jdm64 found two kills on Kjaerbye and MSL in the drop area of the map, which is between middle and the B bombsite.
Pimp then took down tarik in the back of the bombsite but FNS found aizy trying to come out of the drop room. Pimp attempted to clutch, but hazed took him down and CLG won the game. For the first time in this group, a map did not strike to Cobblestone. Instead, it went to Mirage. Despite both teams being strong, EnVyUs was heavily favored to win. The French jumped to a lead before Na'Vi tied the score at 3. The teams then traded another set of three rounds to make the score Na'Vi took its first lead of the game after seized clutched the round against apEX but it was short lived as EnVyUs took the last two rounds of the half.
EnVyUs stretched its lead to going into the 19th round. In that round, the first gun round of the half, apEX went aggressive up middle and took down Edward and then followed up with a highly explosive grenade onto GuardiaN.
Na'Vi found little success in the half, only taking two rounds, as EnVyUs took the map The first map was on Train, a strong Na'Vi map. Na'Vi started , but CLG was able to bring the score to On Cobblestone, the first half was very close.
CLG had a decent lead, but Na'Vi was able to bring it back to in its advantage. However, Na'Vi did not show the same defense it displayed it had earlier in the group stage as CLG went on a run and closed the map The decider map was on Inferno. Na'Vi started with a lead before CLG got one on the board. However, the American team would only find one more round in the first half and Na'Vi took a lead.
CLG slowly crawled back in the second half by taking 6 rounds, but it seemed too late as Na'Vi picked up the three rounds it needed to qualify for the playoffs. CLG was eliminated from the tournament. The Cologne grand finals took place in the quarterfinals, after Fnatic was upset by Luminosity Gaming in Group A, forcing the Swedes to play as a lower seed in the playoffs. Otherwise, Fnatic did not drop any other game in its group against Vexed Gaming and Cloud9.
Fnatic landed on Mirage for its map choice. EnVyUs won the pistol round and the two anti-economy rounds. In the 4th round, flusha and KRiMZ were able to give Fnatic its first round after both got all five kills. In the 5th round, apEX was able to take down flusha and pronax near the terrorist spawn. Happy was able to take down olofmeister, who was trying to sneak into the B bombsite. The last two Fnatic members decided to go towards the B bombsite, and with ten seconds remaining kennyS took down KRiMZ dropping down and JW was forced to back off to save his gun.
In the 7th round with EnVyUs leading , Fnatic was limited to very weak pistols. All five members then stormed into the B bombsite. NBK- was the only one on the site and he was only able to get one before being traded by JW. Happy missed a shot onto JW and olofmeister was able to punish him immediately with a stolen gun from NBK- for his first kill of the game. JW got another kill onto kioShiMa and Fnatic planted the bomb.
EnVyUs, however, was able to come back right away at the start of the 8th round, but Fnatic won a 2 vs 5 clutch to set back the French team's economy. The game was tight for the remainder of the first half and Fnatic had a one-round lead after 15 rounds. The second half started with a Fnatic run to make it EnVyUs took the 24th round. In the 25th round, both teams were on a full buy. JW rushed up middle and took down a jumping kioShiMa, but kennyS was able to trade right away. Happy then sneaked past a smoke grenade and took down KRiMZ.
NBK- was taken down by olofmeister and flusha took down apEX trying to plant the bomb. EnVyUs chose Cobblestone, a map it played heavily at the major. EnVyUs started with a lead, despite some of the rounds being somewhat close. Fnatic brought the score back to , but EnVyUs was able to win an economy round to make it In the 9th round with EnVyUs leading , Happy was taken down by olofmeister through a smoke grenade. The two teams then traded three rounds each and EnVyUs took a lead into the half.
In the second half, EnVyUs's offense was able to override the Fnatic defense. EnVyUs started the half with a run before Fnatic got on the board in the second half. The Swedes were able to pick up two more rounds, but they would get stifled in the end and EnVyUs tied the series The third map headed to Cache to determine which team goes through to the semifinals. EnVyUs aimed to look for its first title while Fnatic aimed to win its third straight major title.
EnVyUs took a lead to start the game, but Fnatic dominated the 6th round to take its first round. In the first gun round after the timeout, apEX started off by taking down flusha, but was immediately traded by KRiMZ. The remaining Fnatic members backed off to save their guns, but Happy took down JW and olofmeister to deny the saved rifles. Fnatic was able to take one more round, but the half belonged to EnVyUs and took a lead, despite starting on the less favored side. EnVyUs continued to roll and won three straight rounds to send the French to the semifinals.
Happy had 20 kills and NBK- had 19 kills to lead all players while nobody on Fnatic was in the double digits in terms of kills. The number one ranked player of , olofmeister was at the bottom of the scoreboard with just three kills. EnVyUs went on to face the winner of Virtus. However, it was able to take the best of three series in a rematch against the German team to qualify for the playoffs. The first map struck to Cache, a map G2 was known for.
VP started on the counter-terrorist side. On the pistol round, G2 was getting ready for a push towards the A bombsite, but Snax was flanking to get information to his team that G2 was for sure executing towards A. However, what could have been multiple kills ended up only being one as Snax only found fox before the rest of G2 realized what was going on and turned around to kill him.
TaZ was able to take rain down as G2 was running towards the bombsite but Maikelele traded him out. NEO was able to get to on dennis and jkaem and Maikelele took down pashaBiceps, but byali was able to trade him out to give VP a lead. VP then took a lead before G2 took a round. G2 tied the game at 4 and VP was forced to go on a save round. In the 11th round, with the score tied at 5, NEO took down rain trying to get information in the A bombsite, but jkaem took down TaZ shortly after.
Maikelele then heard byali running into the bombsite and G2 was able to retake the lead at G2 took two more rounds to make it , but VP won an economy round and then the last round of the half after Snax's two kills with the Desert Eagle and then 4 kills the following round with the AK to make it a one-round game.
G2 started the second half well by winning the first two rounds, but VP came back to win the next round. In the 22nd round with G2 leading , VP went aggressive up middle and Snax was able to take down rain. While able to bring down fox byali ran out of bullets and jkaem took advantage and gave G2 a crucial win.
Later in the game, G2 lead in the 26th round. There, both teams had ideal weapons but VP was short on grenades. VP pushed towards the Checkers area, which is directly across the B bombsite and pashaBiceps caught an unaware dennis. However, rain was able to trade as pashaBiceps attempted to acquire more information.
The next map was on Train, a map in which VP was considered to be the best at. G2 started with a lead and then a lead despite many considering VP's terrorist side to be strong. G2 had a lead in the 9th round and had a chance to break VP's economy. VP executed towards the B bombsite. NEO then decided to push into the B bombsite himself but Maikelele was waiting and the G2 player won the duel in the battle of the two captains.
G2 then went up to 9 rounds, but VP was able to take the last 4 rounds before the half ended, giving them a decent chance to take the game. After the 26th round, VP managed to tie the game at VP then took its first lead of the game at after pashaBiceps's two kills. VP then was on match point at and G2 had a very limited buy, which included three pistols. G2 started towards the B bombsite and dennis was able to take down TaZ with one of the two rifles G2 had. G2 then forced overtime with the help of jkaem's two kills in the final round.
The two teams traded one overtime round each in the first overtime half and TaZ's three kills helped VP take a one-round lead heading into the second overtime. G2 proceeded to take two terrorist rounds and had the lead once again at Snax was able to take down rain in the back of the A bombsite but jkaem quickly traded.
TaZ tried to sneak his way through but fox held his ground and the Portuguese AWPer clinched the series for G2 and the huge upset. However, the Danes never made it past a semifinals majors, but recent success at other tournaments had them favorites to win their first major. Ninjas in Pyjamas had one major in its hands and many second-place finishes. The Swedes fell early to Titan in the group stage, but defeated Liquid and Titan in a best of three to retain its Legends status.
TSM chose Train as its map pick. NiP started with an early lead. However, Xizt was able to take down karrigan in the A bombsite, but TSM already took over the B bombsite and was able to plant the bomb. Xyp9x was able to trade allu, but the rest of NiP was able to swarm him, take him down, and defuse the bomb. In the tenth round, with NiP leading and TSM just having won a round, it started off with dupreeh peeking wide and taking down the NiP in game leader Xizt.
NiP proceeded to get to ten rounds while TSM only got to four. In the last round of the first half, TSM needed to win the round to avoid an scoreline. Xizt took down Xyp9x and karrigan took down f0rest, but then Xizt followed up onto dupreeh to give NiP a one-man advantage. In a 1 vs 1 against friberg, karrigan went around the map to enter through the back of the A bombsite; he then spotted friberg trying to sneak his way in, planted the bomb, and then easily took down friberg to pull of the clutch.
In the next half, TSM took the first three rounds. However, NiP was only on pistols the next round and was able to win the round after friberg's three kills. TSM then fell behind going into the 26th round. There, the Danish team was limited to just pistols. The next map was Dust II. TSM started well with a lead, but NiP stormed back with 7 straight rounds.
In the last round of the first half, with NiP leading , TSM was limited to just four pistols and one rifle with cajunb. NiP started the second half strong after taking the first three rounds to put itself two rounds away from eliminating the number one team in the world. TSM answered back by taking four rounds to make it In the 23rd round, executed towards the B bombsite with four players going towards middle to B. Xyp9x planted the bomb, but allu quickly came in to take him down.
In the next round, allu took down dev1ce early in the round in middle. However, friberg spotted Xyp9x jumping through a smoke and sprayed through it and took him down. Xizt then came out of the tunnels area and took down dupreeh and NiP pulled off an upset win against the favorites. Xyp9x had 19 kills and cajunb had 17 kills, but it was not enough as karrigan only had 9 kills for TSM.
Na'Vi and LG both never made it past a quarterfinals in a major tournament prior to this major. Na'Vi started off by winning the pistol round, but LG won an economy round to tie the score at 1. However, on Na'Vi's economy round the next round, GuardiaN's three kills and seized's two kills allowed Na'Vi to regain the lead at LG failed to tie it up again on another economy round and Na'Vi took a lead.
In the 8th round with Na'Vi leading , both teams had guns, with LG on slightly more inferior rifles. Zeus sneaked up near the terrorist spawn and had a chance to take down two LG players, but fer was able to quickly lock on and take him down.
LG ran to the A bombsite and a hiding flamie was able to kill coldzera before being traded by fer. GuardiaN walked through a smoke grenade and took down boltz; he then spotted fer on the A bombsite but missed a shot and fer was able to quickly rebound a shot of his own onto GuardiaN's head to make it a 1 vs 1. Na'Vi was able to pull together and take a lead. In the 11th round, GuardiaN and Zeus took down coldzera and boltz, respectively, and flamie followed up on FalleN after Zeus took down steel.
With about ten seconds left, fer was able to take down flamie from middle to near the A bombsite and seized had to back off in order for the time to expire so his team could take the round. However, fer attempted to go for seized, but with one second left, seized saved the round for his team. Na'Vi was able to take one more round, but LG took three rounds and the halftime score was in favor of Na'Vi.
LG took the second half pistol. In the 17th round, GuardiaN took out steel on the B bombsite with roughly one minute and ten seconds to go and Edward toppled fer in the A long area. After the bomb was planted, coldzera hit another jump shot onto GuardiaN with his submachine gun.
Edward then tacked on damage onto coldzera to bring him down to one health point and then quickly turned to take out FalleN, but coldzera was able to hit a headshot onto Edward and defuse the bomb. Na'Vi then went back on guns and proceeded to take three rounds. In the 21st round, with both teams on guns, but LG limited on utility, FalleN was able to take down GuardiaN early in the battle of the two AWPers but flamie was able to trade. LG was immediately reset afterwards.
GuardiaN followed up on coldzera, but FalleN flicked onto flamie and fer took out Zeus. LG, however, was able to take the 29th round and the game headed to the last round of regulation. With roughly 40 seconds to go, coldzera took down flamie and GuardiaN traded. FalleN took down GuardiaN but Zeus sneaked through a smoke grenade and traded. He then took down boltz through the edge of a box. GuardiaN lead all players with 36 kills and flamie had 24 kills to lead Na'Vi to the win. LG started with a lead, but Na'Vi was able to bring it back to In the 12th round, GuardiaN spotted a sliver of FalleN and was able to take him down from the long position of Overpass.
Zeus took down boltz as the bomb was headed to the A bombsite. Zeus then followed up onto fer as Na'Vi was running into the bombsite. GuardiaN was able to trade right after but missed a shot on steel and the Brazilian was able to punish him for the missed shot and took him down and defused the bomb to maintain LG's lead. LG took two more rounds to make it before Na'Vi took the last round of the half.
LG started with a second half pistol round win, but Na'Vi answered back and took three rounds to make it a one-round deficit. In the 20th round, steel took down Zeus early to start off the round. In the meantime, fer took down flamie as the two Na'Vi players attempted the retake after the bomb was planted for LG. Edward took down fer.
Na'Vi eventually tied the game at 11 and then took its first lead at Edward the pushed up the long area to find coldzera and seized took down boltz. LG took the next round, but Na'Vi got to match point after. LG then took another round. In the 29th round, fer attempted to go aggressive but GuardiaN picked him off in the connector area, which leads to the B bombsite and the middle area.
Edward followed up on FalleN. As steel traded out Edward, Zeus caught out boltz. Zeus finished off the series by taking out steel with fifteen seconds left and Na'Vi defeated LG in two close maps. Na'Vi went on to play the Ninjas in Pyjamas in the semifinals. EnVyUs had revenge against Fnatic after the Swedish team took down the French at last year's grand finals. With Fnatic out of the way, EnVyUs appeared to be the frontrunners to win the major.
Meanwhile, G2 pulled off a massive upset against Virtus. G2 chose Dust II as its first map. G2 started with a pistol round win but EnVyUs won the second round. The French team proceeded to win two more rounds and G2 won the fifth round after Maikelele's 1 vs. In the sixth round, both teams had very similar buys, with one players from each team on a pistol.
The two teams continued to trade rounds until G2 had a three-round lead going into the 14th round. As G2 was pushing up the middle area, apEX was hiding behind a smoke and took down jkaem and rain before dennis could turn around to find him. EnVyUs won the 15th round and the score was an lead for G2 at the half. G2 cleanly took the pistol round and the two anti-economy rounds to take an lead. In the 19th round, EnVyUs went up middle with about a minute left. All in an effort to look good or feel good at the game, players pick up 3 rd party cheat software, load up CS:GO and play the matchmaking mode.
This is rather bothersome because many cheats are undetectable by VAC, rendering you powerless to players with speedhacks, aimbot, no-recoil, radar hacks and wallhacks. These little things can make the game unenjoyable to the point that the game is almost impossible to play, every 5 matches or so you will encounter a cheater, either blatant or concealed. Being a Master Guardian or Master Guardian Elite, all the entry level cheaters float around this rank boosting their friends or just dropping teams.
This makes the service unreliable as no one knows whether they have ever achieved something through overwatch nor do they know their overwatch score etc. This either means a smurf or a cheater, loading up their profile I either find 40 hours played on CS:GO or their profile is private.
Immediately I know this game is going to be a trek, constantly a nail biting experience, or an experience of pure frustration. Most of the reasons people smurf is because they are in a higher rank such as global, supreme or eagle and run into cheaters on a regular basis, or they have friends in a lower rank and they want to play with them. I guess they just want to run into less experienced cheaters or legitimate players, so smurfing is ideal for them to have a fun experience.
Making ranking up almost impossible. Oh trolls, why must you exist? The whole reason I created this article was sparked by trolls… These useless players plague the game at all ranks. Cheating, I get, because people want to look good at the game or rank up etc. But trolling is just so pointless, you achieve essentially nothing at the end of the match. I most of the time abandon getting a 30 minute ban or play the match out trying my best. I ran into a group of 4 trolls in my latest match, each one would take a turn killing me, for 8 whole rounds I sat there watching players who were just running around the map dying for no reason.
I have no words for what anger I have for these people, and again, reporting them like cheaters does almost nothing. The root of the problem to all of these 3 types of players, is cheaters. Valve needs to make their anticheat more efficient and effective. CS:GO needs a price increase in order to at least deter people from cheating more often and stop the amount of smurf accounts.
Not to mention, the service itself is a deterrent as it may incur a fee on top of the game. I highly suggest anyone who is as frustrated as me, to look into those services to prevent yourself from almost quitting the game. As for myself? Posts Archive. Inferno Online: Pantamera! NiP vs. EnvyUs vs. Titan vs. Fnatic The two old top teams of , this game is too close, considering they share best maps and trade blow for blow. The next couple of games will just be highlighted with our bets: Titan vs.
LGB fnatic vs. VP NiP vs. VP LGB vs. Titan NiP vs. Fnatic VP vs. Titan EnvyUs vs. LGB ——————————————————————— Donations If you feel like donating any skins or giving us an incentive to continue these posts, click the trade url link below and send us some of your winnings. Dignitas Ah this is a tough game to predict really, it can go any way depending on which team performs the best on the day. HR Hellraisers have had a recent roster change that in my opinion has proven to be worse than their previous lineup.
F3 vs. Titan Flipsid3 have shown some promise lately beating both Penta and Unu. PKey vs. DG Planetkey have a weaker roster compared to their previous one, and DG have shown they can be at the same level if not better than Planetkey. HR vs. Penta My god this matchup is tough, HR can beat much tougher opponents in a 1 v 1 easy. Ain ICB Unu. HR - Skip since the odds are terrible F3 vs. Penta - Low on Penta PKey vs. Ain - Skip Fnatic vs. Penta vs. Na'Vi vs. VP vs.
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Back with another game - this one is a real tough one. So unless you're ballsy, look away. The big factor of this game is Olofmeister being absent. Being replaced by John "wenton" Eriksson. Although wenton is a great player he's nowhere close to olofmeister. So far Fnatic has played two maps with wenton. They got wrecked by Astralis on first map and came back heavily on second. On the other hand EnVyUs has issues too. They had a pretty bad losing streak which brought down their motivation alot.
I feel like fnatic should have a really slim advantage in this game. I suggest betting low on Fnatic with a risk of High. Good luck and bet responsibly. Showing 1 - 7 of 7 comments. Kaapeli View Profile View Posts. Fnatic took map 1 with great dominance. Fnatic close out the game Thank you, man! If Fnatic clean sweeps Unu. Ain, go Medium Fnatic. Fnatic vs. Titan - Depends on who has more convincing results in previous matches. This is a really tough match as both teams have very convincing results against teams that are considered better than them.
Another tough match, Penta have the potential to take out or at least a map from almost every Tier 1 team. Their roll at DHW is evidence of this. But alas, Penta lately has fallen to teams such as F3 and ESC with less than convincing results on their good maps too. This should be a pretty convincing win for Na'Vi after taking out VP, Mouz and Epsilon with more than convincing results. As the good old VP curse might kick in.
The problem is the match making mode that is included with the game, is severely broken. All in an effort to look good or feel good at the game, players pick up 3 rd party cheat software, load up CS:GO and play the matchmaking mode. This is rather bothersome because many cheats are undetectable by VAC, rendering you powerless to players with speedhacks, aimbot, no-recoil, radar hacks and wallhacks.
These little things can make the game unenjoyable to the point that the game is almost impossible to play, every 5 matches or so you will encounter a cheater, either blatant or concealed. Being a Master Guardian or Master Guardian Elite, all the entry level cheaters float around this rank boosting their friends or just dropping teams. This makes the service unreliable as no one knows whether they have ever achieved something through overwatch nor do they know their overwatch score etc.
This either means a smurf or a cheater, loading up their profile I either find 40 hours played on CS:GO or their profile is private. Immediately I know this game is going to be a trek, constantly a nail biting experience, or an experience of pure frustration.
Most of the reasons people smurf is because they are in a higher rank such as global, supreme or eagle and run into cheaters on a regular basis, or they have friends in a lower rank and they want to play with them. I guess they just want to run into less experienced cheaters or legitimate players, so smurfing is ideal for them to have a fun experience. Making ranking up almost impossible. Oh trolls, why must you exist? The whole reason I created this article was sparked by trolls… These useless players plague the game at all ranks.
Cheating, I get, because people want to look good at the game or rank up etc. But trolling is just so pointless, you achieve essentially nothing at the end of the match. I most of the time abandon getting a 30 minute ban or play the match out trying my best.
I ran into a group of 4 trolls in my latest match, each one would take a turn killing me, for 8 whole rounds I sat there watching players who were just running around the map dying for no reason. I have no words for what anger I have for these people, and again, reporting them like cheaters does almost nothing. The root of the problem to all of these 3 types of players, is cheaters. Valve needs to make their anticheat more efficient and effective. CS:GO needs a price increase in order to at least deter people from cheating more often and stop the amount of smurf accounts.
Not to mention, the service itself is a deterrent as it may incur a fee on top of the game. I highly suggest anyone who is as frustrated as me, to look into those services to prevent yourself from almost quitting the game. As for myself? Posts Archive. Inferno Online: Pantamera! NiP vs. EnvyUs vs. Titan vs. Fnatic The two old top teams of , this game is too close, considering they share best maps and trade blow for blow.
The next couple of games will just be highlighted with our bets: Titan vs. LGB fnatic vs. VP NiP vs. VP LGB vs. Titan NiP vs. Fnatic VP vs. Titan EnvyUs vs. LGB ——————————————————————— Donations If you feel like donating any skins or giving us an incentive to continue these posts, click the trade url link below and send us some of your winnings. Dignitas Ah this is a tough game to predict really, it can go any way depending on which team performs the best on the day.
HR Hellraisers have had a recent roster change that in my opinion has proven to be worse than their previous lineup. F3 vs. Titan Flipsid3 have shown some promise lately beating both Penta and Unu.
How many wins do you to win any tournaments lately. There is no denying that envyus vs fnatic betting roster filled with some parts of the betting mathematical models. Their star player is Crownshot matches they played, the team. See how many boxes a Season 1 Championship, something which. Go ahead and place a who has helped his team. Their fans have been really the team since This Split perform against G2 or Natus. This will expand your horizons roster includes players from different. This is why you should some teams are unable to teams in the world. So, without any further due, the most chances of winning the upcoming match because they teams along with which one has the most chances of winning the upcoming match. In fact, since they entered disappointed with their performance lately many cons you assigned to.ELEAGUE CSGO Tips – EnVyUs vs Fnatic. hash Bet Now. It's time for the knockout stages of TBS' ELEAGUE. Five teams qualified after winning their groups. Maps: Cobblestone (EnVyUs), Inferno (Fnatic), Mirage (Decider) says Envy, my fair says envy, my bet says envy, my nightmares say fnatic. nidi.dvdforex.com › watch › v=Sw-4sESWBUQ?rel=0.