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BIG Gaming vs Optic Gaming: Esports Betting Analysis @ CS_Summit 3

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The CS_Summit 3 is the third event for Beyond the Summit in Counter-Strike Global Offensive. The tournament is well known for its chilled atmosphere where the talent and sometimes the players on the cast are on a couch. The background is filled with players and production crew moving around constantly in the house. It is a very casual approach to esports tournaments and it has seen massive success in Dota 2 and now Counter-Strike.

Beyond the Summit is made up of several avid gamers and they understand the production viewpoint of an average fan. This particular event will see a prize pool of $150,000. It was initially supposed to be held in the second week of October. However, due to unspecified reasons, the organisers decided to push it further. We assume it is to accommodate the teams’ schedules. Ofcourse owning the venue has its advantages as all the matches are played at the Summit Arena.

Broadcast Talent

Format

  • Playoffs:
    • Double-Elimination Bracket
    • All matches (excl. Grand Final) are Bo3 series
    • The Grand Final is a Bo5 series; the upper bracket team has a 1 map advantage

The CS_Summit 3 format is definitely an interesting one. The tournament will see double elimination bracket where the teams have to prove themselves multiple times to advance to the next stage. The Grand finals is a Best of Five series, and if recent tournaments are any standards, we should be in for an exciting finish. However, the team coming into the Grand finals from the upper bracket receives a One map advantage. This is a big advantage and it could essentially lead to a lopsided Grand finals.

BIG Gaming vs Optic Gaming.

BIG Clan

BIG Clan Roster:

  • Nex
  • Smooya
  • Tabsen
  • Tizian
  • Gob B

BIG Clan is one of the few teams that does not play almost every tournament. And yet they impress us in whatever tournaments they do decide to play. The team led by legendary In-Game leader Gob B has seen great progress over the past few months. Gob B’s effect on the team’s performance transcends just in-game. He is a guide to several of the young talent and is constantly helping them to advance in their career.

On the team, we have several well-known players who have made a name for themselves due to their superior firepower and performance. Players like Tabsen, Tizian and Smooya are all capable of turning the tide of the match on its head. Their performance is crucial to the final outcome of their matches. Tabsen is a very experienced player who has been alongside Gob B for a long time. Not only is he a player who can turn up great performances repeatedly, but his experience also provides valuable insight into the team’s functioning. In a way, you can say that Tabsen is the glue that cements the firepower and the leadership. His influence as the deputy to Gob B of sorts is important as we head into this match.

Smooya ofcourse remains the X-factor on this team. His ability with the AWP is well-known, but we do not get to see the same level of performance across multiple tournaments. On the occasion where Smooya is performing well, we see him being hyped up on stage, shouting and often doing as much damage verbally as he does with the AWP. However, when he is not feeling it, we see the player being extremely calm and often absent on the server’s scoreboard. Smooya is crucial to the team’s performance because his AWP playstyle suits the rest of the team. He does have a healthy mixture of aggressive as well as defensive positions. It keeps the opponent guessing as to BIG’s plan on the next round.

Another supporting player for the team, Nex has been very quiet, yet consistent in his performances. The player’s ability to constantly support the big heavyweights on the team such as Tizian and Smooya is what makes him such a silent performance. If we actually look at the statistics, we see that Nex is not really doing bad, but he is not your flashy kind of player.

Optic Gaming

Optic Gaming roster:

  • K0nfig
  • CajunB
  • Snappi
  • Jugi
  • Niko

Optic Gaming recently got back Niko from their Danish counterparts. For the organisation, this has proven to be a bright light. In an otherwise bad period for the parent organisation, their CS: GO division is probably the best news.

Optic gaming has had good performance in recent weeks. While most of their matches are online matches, the victories and the margins of these victories is what inspires confidence in the team. They are a very skill-focussed lineup who rely on individual performances to gain the early advantage. This is in contrast to that of BIG gaming, so timing is extremely important in this matchup. Their performance amongst North American teams has been nothing short of exciting and exemplary.

For K0nfig, this match is extremely important. The player has the ability to constantly lift up individual matches on his shoulders. He has a very high skill-ceiling and is almost a consistent performer for the team. He is not afraid to make exceptionally aggressive plays, ensuring a great advantage for Optic Gaming. K0nfig is a person who has won innumerable Man of the Match awards. His experience and timing are crucial in most of his duels. He is responsible for the team’s performance especially on open maps such as Cache and Dust 2.

On any other map, we see how strong the Danish CT side is. They are not one to stick to the ‘traditional Danish maps’. We see them constantly play different maps with a wider map pool. However, their map pool being wide does not guarantee a win for the team. More often than not, we would have liked to see them being extremely proficient on certain maps. For now, Snappi has his task cut out as he leads the team against BIG Gaming, one of the more tactics focussed roster out there.

Prediction:

The two teams present a very diverse approach to the game. While BIG gaming has a focus on strategy and grenade usage, Optic Gaming is not on a similar level when it comes to the tactical focus within the game. Gob B’s influence on BIG gaming’s performance is painfully evident and it is one of the reasons for their success in recent months.

Optic Gaming’s performance in this tournament as well as in the upcoming months depends on how quickly Niko integrates with the team. So far, in online matches, the results have been satisfactory. It will be interesting to see whether the greater firepower on Optic Gaming prevails over BIG Clan’s strategical approach to the game.

For now, we recommend a bet on BIG gaming because they always have a chance of Smooya going off on the AWP. His performance is crucial to the outcome of this match.

 

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BIG Gaming vs Natus Vincere: Esports Betting Analysis @ FaceIT London Major

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The FaceIT Major is currently underway with 16 of the top teams in attendance at the New legends stage. Eight of these teams are from the previous major, having secured their Legends status at that Major. The remaining eight fought their way through the New Challengers stage and ensured their place in the top 16. But in order to be truly immortalised in Counter-Strike, the teams need to ensure a place in the New Champions stage. They need to have a good performance in this Major in order to secure the Legends status for themselves.

The FaceIT Major Legends Stage will be held at the Twickenham stadium, the same venue as The New Challengers stage. This stage uses the Swiss format with each team having to win 3 matches in order to proceed to the next stage. At the same time, each team with 3 losses is out of the tournament.

We hope FaceIT has fixed the various PC issues that have plagued the CS:GO teams during the Challengers stage. Valve recently released a hotfix for the ‘footsteps audio’ issue where players would not be able to hear footsteps close to them.

Format

The New Legends Stage: September 12th – 16th, 2018

  • 16 Team Swiss System Format
  • Round 1 to 4 matches are Bo1
  • Round 5 matches are Bo3
  • The Buchholz system is used to seed matches from Rounds 3 to 5
  • Top 8 Teams proceed to The New Champions Stage
  • Bottom 8 Teams are eliminated
  • Click here for a detailed explanation of the Swiss System format

Broadcast Talent

  • Desk Host:
  • Stage Host:
  • Interviewer:
    • Pala (Pala Gilroy Sen)

Observer:

BIG Gaming

BIG gaming Roster:

  • Gob B
  • Smooya
  • Tabsen
  • Tizian
  • Nex

For BIG Gaming, making it to the New Champions stage [ the playoffs] is a big feat. The team recently won the ESL One Cologne 2018 and for the stability on their roster, this current lineup needs to stay together. They have a steady mixture of new talent, some experienced heavy hitters in Tabsen and Tizian. With Gob B at the helm of their team, they lack nothing when it comes to their leadership abilities. Over the past few weeks, we have seen BIG put up strong performances thanks to their ability to understand their opponents. The team’s performance definitely has improved significantly and we see them building a loyal fan base.

Smooya needs to have consistent performances for the team to perform well at the FaceIT Major

However, Smooya has not been consistent from ESL one Cologne to the Major. His performance needs to improve dramatically if BIG is to maintain their standing at the highest level. Smooya is a player heavily dependent on his confidence and he needs momentum to get going. Without the momentum, we would often see him take on a very passive role within the team. This is exactly opposite of what he is most well known for and it hurts the team knowing he is not playing with full confidence. When Smooya starts hitting shots, however, he is always aggressive; taking peaks and winning the duels. His positioning is heavily dependent on his team’s position and he has a place to fall back on if things go wrong.

Tabsen and Tizian have been in tremendous form so far. They have practised on several maps like Overpass and Train and wee saw their performance on Overpass being above the Main Major average. They have practised shots, stuff like pre0aiming at an angle while not exposing yourself to too much risk. It was a great clip on Overpass which allowed BIG gaming to ensure a successful start to their match.

BIG rely heavily on their smokes and their executions to be successful. They have the talent and the coordination required to carry out an execution with as little resources as is available to them. The performance of the team, however, depends on the hitters on the roster. With consistency issues on the team, they will be hard-pressed to provide an adequate response to Na’Vi, one of the best teams in the world right now.

Natus Vincere

Na’Vi roster:

  • S1mple
  • Electronic
  • Flamie
  • Zeus
  • Flamie

The Natus Vincere team has always been amongst the top teams in Counter-Strike. Throughout history, they always have a different gameplay than the rest of the world. And true to their nature, this current version relies heavily on force buys. However, unlike most force buys, Na’Vi seems to make their force buys work. They have an extraordinarily high percentage of force buys conversions into won rounds.

The World’s bet player: S1mple

Na’Vi has two of the world’s best players on their roster. S1mple and Electronic form a very young and skilful pair in Counter-Strike. Indeed, Electronic was so good that there were talks of him being S1mples alternate account for a long time. S1mple has long been considered to be a top player in the world. But his personal attitude and his temperament definitely needed some work. He relied too much on his individual skill and less on the team. But with Na’Vi he has changed a lot for the better. He is more of a team player right now with exceptional positioning and even better communication. On his new roster, S1mple has gained a lot of insight as a player, something which he has not been able to do before. He has a very high skill ceiling which allows him to make almost impossible plays possible. He usually has upwards of 30 frags on every map, something which makes him a runaway hit with his fans. S1mple is the MVP on this team and they have used him as such in most of their matches. But they have also made sure to check whether he does not get carried away with his superstar status. They allow him his freedom but he does not always get the preferential treatment on the team. This is great synergy and mindset development by the players on Natus Vincere.

Electronic has been the welcome new addition to the Na’Vi CSGO team

Electronic is a late pickup for the team and he has already proven to be one of the best players in the world. His raw aim and skill make him a must pick for any team. He has the ability to understand the situation and can hit headshots even when we cannot see the heads. He often pre-aims at a point and gets a better reaction time than his opponents. Ofcourse this makes him a talented player and we wish to see more of this young player in Na’Vi’s future matches.

Can Zeus lead another CSGO team to a Major victory?

However, Na’Vi’s playstyle is determined by Zeus and Kane, the two members who put forth Gambit into winning the PGL Krakow Major. The performance of this duo has enabled Na’Vi into becoming a top-tier team once more. Na’Vi’s success does depend on Zeus’ mid-round calls and his ability to understand Gob B. If Zeus and Kane can truly understand Gob B’s gameplan, this would be a walk in the park for them. However, there is also a chance that they overestimate Gob B and walk right into the BIG Trap. This would be detrimental at this level. A second of extra reaction time can often mean the biggest difference between around, a game and the series. Na’Vi does look very strong at the Major and they have a realistic chance of making it to the Top 2.

Prediction:

While BIG’s strategy is their key aspect, they are up against Na’Vi. With Zeus and Kane behind the team, the gap in strategy is not that ‘Big’ between the two teams. Na’Vi also has the added advantage of having two of the world’s best players on their roster. S1mple and Electronic are definitely two players who have nothing left to prove on the International stage. These two players combined with the obvious experience and talent on the roster make Na’Vi one of the strongest teams at the tournament.

BIG will need every player to start performing if they are to have a dream of going deep at the Major. It is certainly something achievable for the German team as they have proven in the past [ ESL One Cologne 2018]. But without Smooya’s consistency at this tournament, things seem to be quite rough for the team. They need the confidence and the preparedness of going against one of the best teams in the world right now.

We recommend a bet on Na’Vi for this match. They have the tactics, the firepower as well as experience all going in their favour.

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AGO Gaming vs. BIG CS:GO Esports Betting Analysis WESG 2017

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Introduction

Esports Betting players will have a field day at WESG’s 2017 Global LAN Finals. The World Electronic Sports Games 2017 is a continuation of last year’s finals, where organizers AliSports and ImbaTV hosted tournaments across multiple esports titles with spectacular prize pools. With patriotism and nationality pride on the line, many countries travel across to China in hopes of taking home a significant result to their country, as the whole purpose of WESG is to have “national team” competitions against one another.

Because of this, all the teams represent one single nationality. Last year, it was the French side of EnVyUs that won in the grand finals over Team Kinguin to take home the $800,000 grand prize. And, once again, that same prize will be part of the golden pot of $1,500,000 USD; teams placing as quarterfinalists or above will be taking home $10,000 at the minimum placing.

While last year’s national competition for Counter-Strike’s esports scene did not feature many top teams, there are a lot of top tier esports squads to bet on for this year. Reigning champions Team EnVyUs return with an altered lineup (kioshiMa standing in for ScreaM due to nationality rules), and recent and former champions fnatic, SK Gaming, and Cloud9 look to battle their way to take home the lion’s share.

Of course, they’ll be subject to fierce competition, as teams across South America, North America, Canada, Europe, CIS, Asia, Oceania, and more have come this far; these teams will be giving it their all to fight their way to the bitter end. Anything can happen, but there are sure to be sheer favorites and complete underdogs. But, at an intercontinental LAN like this with many group stages and matches to played, anyone can go home disappointed. Because of the plentiful amount of matches, esports bettors will surely be betting on a lot of the matches at WESG!

Broadcast Talent

English Broadcast
Chinese Broadcast

Format

  • Group Stage 1:
    • Eight Round-Robin format groups (4 teams each)
    • Top two team in each group advance to Group Stage 2
    • Bottom two teams are eliminated
    • All the matches are Bo1
  • Group Stage 2:
    • Four Double Round-Robin format groups (4 teams each)
    • Top two team in each group advance to the Playoffs
    • Bottom two teams are eliminated
    • All the matches are Bo2
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-Elimination Bracket
    • All matches are Bo3
    • 3rd place decider for semi-finalists

Credit to Liquipedia

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Poland AGO Gaming (powered by EsportsBet)

  • Poland Furlan
  • Poland snatchie
  • Poland TOAO
  • Poland phr
  • Poland GruBy
  • Poland miNIr0x (coach)

AGO Gaming are a team that are on the cusp of being able to compete with the best of Europe. It’s only evident with the firepower on this lineup, especially with players like Furlan, snatchie, and GruBy.

TOAO is the IGL of this lineup, with anyone being able to play entry. snatchie’s AWP prowess is undeniable, but mystical pieces like the support of phr, GruBy’s lurking and map control, and Furlan’s anchor and clutches are the key to this AGO lineup. AGO have also gained a reputation for their anti-ecos and their ability to come back from man-deficits, which can be pulled by the string of luck (and skill). While being able to function individually at a high level, they can also perform dangerously when they’re together as a unit, taking map control and bombsites aggressively.

 

Furlan’s project with AGO Gaming is bearing fruit (WESG)

Though, their firepower and brute force can be the end of them, as their tactical depth and individual play making can lead to lost causes without an ability to trade. Countless amount of times, AGO try to make it work with the deagles/pistols or a brute force rush, which doesn’t work against high tier teams (e.g. their match vs. GODSENT at WESG). More of, their main problem is being unable to make intelligent mid round calls or knowing how to read their enemies’ setups for CT/T. At times, they rely too heavily on individual prowess and playmaking, and it’s heavily reflected in their CT setups and T strategies.

Albeit, they’ve been on a tear, having played in the ECS qualifiers and also winning the Play2Live Crypto Masters against Space Soldiers, which is no small feat. This team is one for the future.

 Germany BIG (powered by EsportsBet)

 

  • Germany gob b
  • Germany tabseN
  • Germany nex
  • Germany tiziaN
  • Germany luckeRRR
  • Germany LEGIJA (coach)
  • Austria kakafu (analyst)

BIG had been on the brink of completely falling apart after miserable results loomed over BIG with uncertainty. In exchange for their weakest links in the team, LEGIJA and keev, they took in luckeRRR and tiziaN, both whom of which have practiced their trade within the local German scene. In addition to these changes, kakafu has switched from coach to analyst, which LEGIJA having turned into a coach for the Play2Live Crypto Masters and WESG finals.

BIG surprised at WESG, with tabseN leading the way (BIG)

In a miracle, BIG have seemed to turn for the better. Even though things were rocky at the start with their Play2Live Crypto Masters eliminations at the hands of AGO, their journey to the ESL Pro League in MDL have shown promising results (currently sitting at 8-3). Let’s not forget that at this tournament alone, they’ve beaten a stacked Team Russia lineup (who arguably has a lot of cohesiveness together) and the pitied SK Gaming lineup (two time major champions).

In an interview with gob b, it has been proven that while they are still finding a set structure to infuse the two new players in, making LEGIJA a coach for the squad has helped heaps towards their approach to the game.

The main thing that he brought is motivation. He knows that sometimes we are like falling in the hole, and he is good at getting us back from it, doing it better than kakafu. That’s why he is a better motivator. Also he knows a lot about our calls and he is never silent as a coach in the game, which is really important. That’s the main thing he brought to our game.

gob b about LEGIJA’s transition

While BIG do lack the firepower that most top teams have, gob b has recognized that problem; it seems that the additions of tiziaN and luckeRRR were to make up for this deficit (LEGIJA and keev being inconsistent players). While they do have the tactical depth, now they have a bit of added firepower to make up for this.

The only problem you can see with BIG is their approach to the esports meta of CS:GO as a whole. Throwing a bet on their available esports betting games may be risky, as their tactical approach leads to their downfall in handling puggy/aim heavy T sides for BIG’s CT sides. Apart from that, there may be a problem with BIG when their T side strategies don’t work. If they don’t work, then the T side is bound to fall apart.

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Dreamhack Winter CS:GO: BIG vs. EnVyUs (nV) Betting Analysis, Odds, and Predictions

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Introduction

Dreamhack Winter 2017 is surprisingly one of the smaller events of the year, considering its tenured history in CS:GO. But, unlike most smaller “premier” tournaments, Dreamhack Winter hosts a very interesting mix of teams. Some of who are formerly tier 1, and some who are younger and growing teams that have proved their worth by battling their way through the qualifier. Regardless, each team here align with the stars for each of their goals at this event.

Half of the teams at this event will be looking to suffice for their lost glory by possibly taking the championship at this event, while for the other half, it’s a great learning experience to rematch against formerly faced opposition and grasp the meaning (again) of what it is to play top tier CS:GO. Or, in some cases, a way to get out of their lack of appearances/inactivity within the past few months.

Format

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  • Group stage
    • Two groups with four teams in each
    • Double elimination group format (GSL) Bo1 and Bo3
    • Top two from each group move on to the playoffs
  • Playoffs
    • Single-Elimination Bracket
    • Bo3 matches

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BIG

  • tabseN, LEGIJA, gob b, keev, nex

BIG have been overhyped, to say the least. Their major run was decided by the jump bug and the fact they only played on de_inferno, and it goes to show based on their events since then. Featuring multiple group stage exits in LAN events and closed qualifiers online, their most significant event was a 2nd place finish at Dreamhack Denver. That event, they lost to C9 in the finals, and it was an event where only C9 and Renegades (with NAF at the time) could have been considered formidable events. It doesn’t help either that at the recent WESG event, BIG lost to a Na`Vi-Ukraine mix squad and just barely qualified for the WESG China LAN Finals at that.

A squad that relies on gob b’s tactician mindset and powered by the stars in nex and tabseN, BIG are a very intricate team to understand. While a dark horse to most, many have criticized their choice in keeping LEGIJA. Not to mention, with LEGIJA’s “sub-par” fragging performance, is keev’s wildly inconsistent AWPing. keev can almost be compared to that of JW, who can have AWPing performances that can be a huge hit or miss. Regardless, this roster is the same one that hold a major legends spot after their Cinderella Run at PGL Krakow.

For the first time since their exit at ESG Mykonos, BIG will be facing opponents from their division in the ESL Pro League and of the same level to BIG. The question is, if BIG will be known as that team that played superbly once, or a team that can truly compete with the best.

 

EnVyUs

 

 

  • Happy, RpK, SIXER, ScreaM, xms

This past month for EnVyUs, and historically, has been a weird one for them. This team has been marred by poor LAN performance, which highly contrasts their ability to be on form online. Their only LAN tournament win was back in July after winning Dreamhack to Heroic. As IGL Happy has said before, EnVyUs is a team that lacks faith and confidence in themselves, rather than a top tier French team that can truly take the throne of the best French team in CS:GO.

A team built on the foundation of Happy’s lurking and IGLing, EnVyUs host a variety of sheer firepower. Supported by SIXER’s “support AWP’ role, RpK and ScreaM can be considered the two stars of the team. Since this roster’s creation, RpK has popped off and evolved into EnVyUs’ “NiKo,” whereas Happy has superseded ScreaM’s performance on a multitude of times. Even then, ScreaM still has his performances, while xms and SIXER can also support on the entry-side from time-to-time.

EnVyUs are still conflicted (economy management wise), and that is because of Happy’s mindset of the force-buy concept. While not as abused as before, EnVyUs are a team that can be tilted from poor economical management and poor performances in ensuing rounds. This can be seen most by SIXER’s ability to tilt easily, and does not spell good for the team.

Even then, they are a team to be feared at this LAN, but they will need to make it out of the groups at this event to boost confidence in themselves as a whole.

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