Which Are the most Famous and best CSGO Teams?
02/07/22 0 comments
An introduction to some of the most famous and best competitive CS:GO teams!Edit Article
Counter Strikefranchise has been around for over two decades, being one of the pioneering platforms in rewarding players for their tournament results, playing an important role in shaping what we know today as
eSports. As the game evolved, especially with its transition to
Counter Strike: Global Operation(CS:GO) in 2012, so did the monetization factors and dedication to the game by teams, players, teams, coverage, and many others gaming platforms. With this expansion, it is necessary to know better the main and best CSGO teams in the world and understand what their best results and members are, especially if you intend to place your bets on your favorite team, or on the one with the highest odds, at CSGO Captain.
Natus Vincere(Na'vi) is a multi-gaming organization from Ukraine, being one of the top professional eSports teams, and also the first team in history to win three major tournaments in one year: the Intel Extreme Masters, Electronic Sports World Cup and the World Cyber Games. The team was founded on December 18, 2009, after the collapse of the Ukrainian team KerchNET, the former players were supported by esports tournament organizer Murat "Arbalet" Tulemaganbetov. The team is the current CS:GO world champion, and also the only organization to participate in every CS:GO Major, a total of thirteen times, and its team today consists of the following players: Denis “electronic” Sharipov Kirill “Boombl4” Mikhailov Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev Ilya “Perfecto” Zautskiy Valeriy “B1T” Vakhoskiy Its current coach is
Andey “B1ad3” Gorodenskiyand their manager is
Eugene “Ugin” Yerofeyev. During the last decade, Natus Vincere has had an exemplary campaign, winning several titles throughout its career. Some of its main titles can be seen below: Intel Extreme Masters 4, ESWC, World Cyber Games, DreamHack Winter 2010 Intel Extreme Masters 5, Intel Challenge Super Cup 7, Adepto BH Open 2011 IEM 6 Global Challenge Kiev StarLadder StarSeries 9, Game Show League Season 1 Intel Extreme Masters 10 - San Jose, CS:GO Champions League Season 1, Electronic Sports World Cup (EWSC), StarLadder StarSeries 13, ESL Pro League I DreamHack Open Leipzig, Counter Pit League Season 2 - Finals, ESL One: New York, DreamHack Open Winter ESL One: Cologne, CS:GO Asia Championships e StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 5 StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 7 Intel Extreme Masters XIV - World Championship BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Cologne ESL Pro League Season 14 PGL Major Stockholm 2021 BLAST Premier: Fall Finals 2021 BLAST Premier: World Final 2021
Team SoloMid, and was the first player-created organization, who received millions of Danish kroner from Sunstone Capital and entrepreneur Tommy Ahlers to this achievement. The team currently belongs to the Astralis group, which is subsidized by RFRSH Entertainment, and also owns a Blast Premier championship circuit. The current lineup of the group's CSGO team has the following players: Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander Philip "Lucky" Ewald Kristian “Konfig” Wienecke Benjamin “BLAMEF” Bremer Alexander “AVE” Holdt (Coach) Frederik “Lomme” Nielsen (Analyst) And their main titles throughout the years were: BLAST Pro Series: Global Final 2019 StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 Intel Extreme Masters XIII - Katowice Major 2019 ESL Pro League, Season 8 Esports Championship Series Season 6 FACEIT Major: Londres 2018
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Young Ninjas, with the current roster: Love “PHZY” Smiderbrandt Anton “SAPEC” Palmgren Erik “ZTR” Gustafsson Kalle “RO1F” Johansson Tim “MANN3N” Isak Linus “LNZ” Holtang Fredrik “SLAP” Junbrant (Coach) Fredrik “JAEGARN” Andersson (Mental Coach) The Ninjas in Pyjamas team has a huge story and titles on the Counter Strike franchise, especially on CS: GO, where they pretty much dominated the competitive scene between 2012 and 2013. They also have gotten to a Major grand final the most amount of times and the most amount of times in a row, with 5. Their CS:GO titles include the following events: ESWC 2012 DreamHack Winter 2012 AMD Sapphire Invitational ESL Major Series One - Spring 2013 ESEA Global Finals Season 13 DreamHack Summer 2013 ESL Major Series One - Summer 2013 ESEA Global Finals Season 14 Dreamhack Bucharest 2013 StarLadder StarSeries VII DreamHack Winter 2013 Fragbite Masters Season 1 Svecup 2013 Grand Finals ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014 Copenhagen Games 2014 DreamHack Summer 2014 ESL One Cologne 2014 DreamHack Winter 2014 Gfinity Spring Masters 1 PGL CS:GO Championship Series Kick-off Season Flashpoint Season 3
Andreas Samuelsson. The Fnatic Team managed to get the following titles in the past few years: