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Only Denis "seized" Kostin remains from the original Na'Vi lineup after starix departed and its former team captain Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko was released by the team in favor of Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev and went on to play for Gambit Gaming now rebranded as Gambit Esports last year.
The rankings shown below reflect the July 10, rankings. In addition, a list premier tournaments and relevant major events is listed. These tournaments are part of the list the HLTV.
The following list shows the relevant tournaments to the rankings. From top to bottom, the tournament becomes more relevant to the rankings.
Those in gold indicates the tournament was a Major, meaning Valve, the developers of the game, sponsored the tournament to host a CS:GO major.
A premier tournament means it offers an outstanding prize pool, is frequently played offline, and features the best players from all over the world.
A major tournament simply means the tournament features a large prize pool and a good number of top teams. This list also shows where the tournament took place, the number of teams at the tournament, the winner and runner-up, prize pool, and — if applicable — HLTV's most valuable player of the tournament.
The top 20 players of were ranked by HLTV. Below is the list of players in the top The group will be a sixteen team swiss tournament , where after the Day 1 games, teams will play other teams with the same win-loss record.
Any team with three wins would qualify for the playoffs and win Legend status granting automatic invitation for the next major , and any team with three losses would be eliminated however, these teams will be guaranteed a spot in the next major qualifier.
Team from pool 1 are Astralis, Virtus. The winners of these two matches will qualify for the playoffs and gain Legend status. Twelve teams will remain in the group stage.
The winners of the high matches qualify for the playoffs and gain Legend status. The losers of these matches are eliminated from the major.
Six teams will remain. The winners of these matches will qualify for the playoffs and win Legend status, and the losing teams will be eliminated.
The first match of the major started with Gambit Esports from Kazakhstan and the multinational mousesports on Inferno.
Gambit pulled away in the end as mousesports struggled on its terrorist half and Gambit won the first game of the major.
Fnatic and FlipSid3 Tactics faced off in the second match. FlipSid3 took an early lead in the game, which included a Denis "electronic" Sharipov 1 vs.
Like mousesports, FlipSid3 struggled in the second half and the three time major champions advanced to the winner's matches.
The struggling Virtus. Vega had odd bans as the final two maps went to VP's two best maps. VP easily took the game on Nuke in Vega's first major.
The halftime score was close, but BIG's counter-terrorist half proved very sturdy as it only allowed one round. North was in its event first event since EPL Season 5, in which it placed second; its opponent was Cloud9, who was on a hot streak coming into the major, including a second-place finish at ESL One: Cologne Despite Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke 29 kills, he was the only one who showed up for his team.
North's counter was Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert 's 26 kills and Cloud9 took the game. However, the French came back despite Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev's 30 kills.
Astralis and Immortals was the last match of the day. Astralis was very close to defeating the second Brazilian team, but Immortals came back and the game went to overtime.
However, the defending major champions barely took it over the edge to defeat Immortals. FaZe and mousesports put up a fight on Train and the game went to overtime.
The CIS match was the next match of the major. Andrey "B1ad3" Gorodenskiy only had 7 kills for FlipSid3. Immortals easily took care of Vega with its players being very close to each other in terms of kills, with Henrique "HEN1" Teles leading the way with 21 kills.
Nikolay "mir" Bityukov had the best performance for Vega, but it was not enough as players such as Sergey "keshandr" Nikishin only had 7 kills.
BIG took on Cloud9 in the next match and the Germans closed out the game after a huge first half. Timothy "autimatic" Ta turned things up as Cloud9 mounted a comeback, but it was too late for the Americans.
In the second winner's match, Gambit easily took down G2 on Cache. Alexandre "bodyy" Pianaro only had 8 kills for his team. The defending champions faced off against two-time champions.
SK took a massive halftime lead, but Astralis fought its way back. However, two economy rounds from SK in which it barely invested into the rounds went the way of SK.
The second day ended with two legendary teams: Virtus. VP looked like it was going to easily take the game after the first half despite Cache being a map VP does not play much one.
The nine round lead turned into a two-round lead as Dennis "dennis" Edman started a huge comeback. However, VP held its ground and took the last three rounds to close out the game.
PENTA could not get things rolling in the first half. Dmitriy "jR" Chervak's leadership and Sergey "keshandr" Nikishin's firepower took Vega to a strong first half, but Vega continued to struggle on its terrorist side.
Pavel "hutji" Lashkov and Leonid "chopper" Vishnyakov struggled massively in the second half aside from a few rounds, but PENTA completed the comeback in the end and Vega was the first team to be knocked out of the major.
FaZe and FlipSid3 met in the next game. One of the huge favorites to win the whole tournament was eliminated in last place as the experienced Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey and FaZe's in-game leader Finn "karrigan" Andersen did not put much impact in their games.
In a hotly contested match between North and mousesports, the game went to overtime. Immortals and Na'Vi struck to Overpass, a map both teams are comfortable on.
The map that favors tactics went in favor of Immortals's in-game leader Ricardo "boltz" Prass. Na'Vi's captain seized failed to put up numbers like in the first day when his AWPer GuardiaN had a good performance along with s1mple.
G2 and Cloud9 was a very close game that went to overtime. Both in-game leaders, Richard "shox" Papillon and Jake "Stewie2k" Yip, topped the scoreboard and autimatic had 28 kills, but the French were able to edge out the Americans.
Two veterans of the scene faced off in the final of the middle matches as both teams are two of the few teams that have been to every major.
In a close game, Astralis took down Fnatic after dominating the second half. Robin "flusha" Rönnquist struggled this game with just 12 kills in 30 rounds.
Gambit and VP was the first match to decide which team would move on to the playoffs. Gambit was the first team to move on to the top 8.
BIG continued its Cinderella run as it took down the world's number one in SK Gaming to be the second team to move on to the playoffs.
Two playoff contenders battled it out in the first match of the final day of the group stage. Between autimatic's huge performance and Stewie2K's and Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham's key clutches, Cloud9 was able to send mousesports home as Chris "chrisJ" de Jong's squad could not reach the coveted Legends status for another major.
Robin "ropz" Kool was the youngest player ever to play at a major, but it was shut down by Cloud9. Na'Vi and Fnatic played it out with two of the longest standing lineups played it out to determine who was going home.
In the first high match, Astralis dominated G2. NBK- only had 8 kills for the French side. In the closest game of round four, North and VP faced off.
VP, after going , was one game away from elimination. SK and Immortals battled it out between in the two Brazilian teams. Round 5 started with the French superteam against the most decorated team of all time.
Fnatic started with a strong lead at the half. G2 started a comeback of its own, but a 13th round from Fnatic proved to be the end for G2 and once again the French team could not get to the playoffs.
Dan "apEX" Madesclaire had 24 kills and bodyy had 22, but flusha and Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer had 25 kills each and olofmeister and Freddy "KRiMZ" Johansson continued their streak of being few of the only players to reach the playoffs at all eleven majors dev1ce, dupreeh, and Xyp9x from Astralis are the other three.
Cloud9 players like Skadoodle and Michael "shroud" Grzesiek could not show up for Cloud9 and the American's first major in about a year came to an end.
The final match of the group stage came in the form of FlipSid3 vs Immortals. Immortals jumped to a huge lead before FlipSid3 managed a reasonable halftime score of However, Immortals dominated in its terrorist side and the team went into the playoffs in its first ever major appearance, a feat that was last achieved by Team Kinguin at ESL One Cologne Lucas "steel" Lopes lead his team with 23 kills in the victory.
BIG and Gambit received the top seeds and played a randomly selected opponent among Virtus. The remaining two teams, North and Virtus.
After a day of rest from competition, the first matchup in the Tauron Arena pitted Gambit Esports and Fnatic. For the third consecutive major, these two teams met up in the quarterfinals.
The previous two times, Fnatic dominated both series. Gambit had a tough road to the playoffs on paper, but the Kazakh team took care of all its opponents and went on to a perfect group stage record.
Fnatic had an even tougher road as after its initial matchup against Flipsid3 Tactics, it only faced top ten teams, but survived after defeating a struggling Natus Vincere and the number four ranked team in the world, G2 Esports.
History shows Fnatic has the edge, 9 wins to Gambit's 4, which includes the Swedes winning the last three matches. Gambit initially jumped to a lead, but Fnatic jumped back into the game with by taking the next five rounds.
In the tenth round, Gambit was forced onto an economy round. KRiMZ was able to take down mou, but Dosia was able to trade kills and Zeus popped out from behind a smoke and kill olofmeister.
HObbit peaked when Fnatic attempted a defuse and killed dennis who was close up and Zeus killed JW before flusha responded by taking down AdreN.
Gambit would go on to take a lead, but the Swedes came back to win the half, Gambit suddenly rocketed up to 14 rounds as Fnatic only took one round in the meantime to start the second half.
Fnatic took one more round before a crucial 27th round, in which both teams had a full buy. About 20 seconds into the round, mou just about caught a peeking JW near the A Bombsite.
AdreN then held tha angle as olofmeister peeked and Gambit took its 15th round. However, Fnatic reset Gambit the next round and then won the following round to take the game to the full distance.
A struggling Dosia took down olofmeister as flusha found Zeus behind the B bombsite train. JW attempted to fake his way to the A bombsite, but when going back to B, mou was waiting at an aggressive angle to finish off the game.
JW lead all players with 26 kills while KRiMZ had 22 kills, but the usually consistent dennis only had 17 kills. Gambit started the second game strong as the team took an early lead.
Fnatic was able to take a third round. In the 11th round, Dosia was nearly caught off guard, but Zeus was able to assist him by taking down KRiMZ before being found by dennis.
Zeus traded out flusha, but the Gambit in-game leader was taken out by olofmeister. Fnatic routed Gambit in the remaining rounds of the half as the Gambit lead turned into an Fnatic lead.
The second round appeared to be all Gambit as Fnatic could not get a rhythm. Gambit went up after a round Fnatic won in which it defused the bomb.
However, the Swedes could not string more than two rounds together in the second half and the next one was a crucial one.
In the 26th round, Zeus had his team play under his normal slow style. With about a minute to go, Gambit executed towards the B bombsite. Hobbit quickly entered and took down a boosted JW.
Dosia took down dennis as the bomb was planted and then quickly took down KRiMZ before mou found olofmeister and Gambit reset Fnatic's economy. Gambit closed out the game with the last two rounds and Gambit finally took down Fnatic at a major.
Dosia completely turned things around from his other performances in the tournament with 30 kills in a game in which Gambit' star AdreN did not show up, as he only had 17 kills.
JW was the top performer for his team again with 20 kills, but it was not enough as Dosia and his team cleaned up the three time major winners. What was supposed to be a potential grand finals matchup showed up in the quarterfinals, as the world's number one went up against the world's number three.
However, the team bounced back and defeated its compatriot Immortals to advance to the playoffs. Astralis survived two games that were almost upsets, as it edged out Immortals in overtime on the first day and survived Fnatic on the third day.
The defending champions easily took down G2 Esports to make the playoffs with just one loss. SK Gaming always had the upper hand against Astralis since the Brazilians were under the Luminosity Gaming organization and the Danes were under the Team SoloMid organization, with the exception of the period of success Astralis had, which included a major title.
Within a span of twelve rounds, SK Gaming and Astralis went back and forth. Astralis won the pistol round, but SK Gaming won a force buy round.
Astralis won a force buy of its own and then took the next round. SK Gaming only bought slightly upgraded pistols to save for the next round, but the Brazilians ran over the Danes to take the round.
SK would take the next three rounds before Astralis took two back to make it In the 14th round, FalleN started SK strong with a kill onto Xyp9x, but dev1ce and Kjaerbye took down FalleN, coldzera, fer, and Kjaerbye before dupreeh took down felps to retake the lead.
Astralis took one more round before SK took the last round to make it an score in favor of Astralis. Astralis went up to 13 rounds after a close pistol and third round in the second half.
SK finally took a round after Astralis's 13th, but it was at the risk of resetting its economy. In the 22nd round, FalleN attempted to push aggressively, but Kjaerbye spotted him first and killed him.
SK, however, got a 9th round under a force buy to keep itself in the game. SK brought itself to 12 rounds and Astralis called a timeout. Astralis took the 16th round it needed and took the first game of the series, stifling the SK comeback.
After a close first game, SK could not get anything rolling in the second game. After SK took a lead, Astralis took the next ten of twelve rounds to take a lead at the half.
Astralis then closed out the match by taking the six of seven rounds and the world's number one was sent home early. SK's stars could not produce many kills, as coldzera only had 15 and the usually impactful FalleN only had TACO had just 7 kills in the loss and Astralis aimed to be the third team to win back to back majors.
BIG was the surprise team in this playoffs, as many did not have the Germans even in contention of a playoff spot, yet they went flawless in the group stage.
Immortals was also in its first major after struggling in the major qualifiers. Immortals appear to have a solid record against BIG, but that was without keev and nex.
In the major qualifier, BIG defeated Immortals The first time Legends faced off in the quarterfinals. The first half of the first map started very well for Immortals.
Immortals took a lead at the half and looked to cruise to the finish line. However, BIG started a comeback under the leadership of gob b.
With the score at , Immortals had just come off of a save round and was executing to the B bombsite. The next round, keev started with a kill on boltzz with the AWP he saved from the previous round, but HEN1 traded him out to keep it an even playing field.
The twins were still alive for Immortals, but tabseN was in on the flank and took them down and BIG reset Immortals's economy. BIG got to 15 rounds first, but Immortals staved off a loss by sending the game to overtime.
Immortals got the upper hand in the first half of overtime, , but BIG took the first two rounds of the second half to put the Germans on match point.
LUCAS1 lost track of keev and started defusing the bomb, but keev jumped out and knifed him to complete the comeback. The next map was Inferno, a map BIG was now notorious for abusing a jump bug.
Immortals started with a lead before BIG got on the board. Immortals went on to a half, but BIG attempted another comeback.
Immortals went to 15, but BIG had five straight rounds to make it In the 23rd round, Immortals just nearly won the game, but a tabseN 1 vs.
The first half was a back and forth affair between the two teams on Train. After BIG took a lead, Immortals was able to slightly turn things around and take an advantage into the second half.
A key round was the 8th one — keev took out kNg early in the round and then BIG executed towards the A bombsite. He easily took down HEN1, but steel was defusing the bomb in the smoke.
He could not find steel and Immortals clinched the round. Immortals won the pistol round in the 16th round, but an economy round followed by four more rounds put BIG up Immortals took one back, but BIG reset the economy of Immortals right after.
In the 24th round, Immortals only put one rifle onto steel while the rest had only pistols. Once the round started, steel immediately rushed in to find gob b and then fell back, but a quick flick by keev onto LUCAS1 on the other end of the map evened it out to four men per team.
The score tied to before BIG got a 14th round. The score was then and the next one proved to be crucial as BIG was in reset potential. Immortals took the 30th round to move on to the semifinals.
The second day of the playoffs will have North face off against Virtus. North suffered an initial loss against Cloud9, but then took the next three games to make the playoffs for a second consecutive major.
VP started the major strong with a record, but loses to Gambit Esports and North and was nearly took it out of the tournament.
However, it bounced back against Cloud9 to reach the playoffs for a tenth consecutive major. Historically, North has a record over VP.
VP started with a lead after North had just won the recent one. In the 8th round, aizy pushed up near the A bombsite trying to trick VP, but he was found by aizy.
He then put a bullet through Snax's head, but the timing went in TaZ's favor as the Pole denied the clutch. VP went on to dominate the half, ending in a lead for the Polish legends.
VP proceeded to take the next three rounds to , only spelling trouble for North. North was able to bring it back to heading to the 25th round. TaZ then immediately followed up onto k0nfig through a smoke grenade and NEO stepped in to take out aizy.
TaZ won a duel against Magisk quite easily, leaving cajunb in a 1 vs. Most of North struggled as Magisk was the leader for his team with 16 kills.
The next map was Nuke, a map VP is arguably the best team on. North, however, took a lead before VP brought it all the way back to take five rounds in a row.
In the 13th round, cajunb found a kill onto pasahBiceps, who was pulling out a grenade. The bomb was planted as North made its way to the bombsite.
The half ended with an lead for North. VP then showed how dominant Nuke's counter-terrorist side could be as VP won the next 6 of 8 rounds.
With VP leading , Snax caught k0nfig with about a minute to go. Snax then followed up onto MSL with an AK the VP in-game leader picked up, but cajunb was able to take out Snax, but nore before taking a lot of damage.
VP took the last two rounds to secure a spot in the semifinals in front of its home crowd. After a quiet Cobblestone game, byali took down 30 people as he dominated the server.
Gambit finally took down its major demons in Fnatic as it swept the Swedish legends in the best of three. Astralis took down the favorites to win the whole tournament, SK Gaming, after a dominant performance on Overpass.
After SK lost, Astralis became the clear favorites to win the major. These two teams last met over a year ago at ESL One Cologne , in which Gambit defeated the Danes in the group stage; however, that was without Zeus's leadership, in which it has now seen dominant results, and gla1ve's leadership, in which Astralis won its first ever major with.
The first map went to Overpass. Gambit took a lead before Astralis found its first. Astralis was able to make it eventually, but it struggled to win many rounds consecutively.
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