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Faze Clan vs Team Liquid: Esports Betting Analysis @ EPICENTER 2018

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Epic Esports Events returns with yet another version of EPICENTER. The tournament has made a name for itself with its excellent production and unique presentation. The tournament constantly sees many of the top teams in attendance and this makes the event all the more exciting. For this version of the tournament, we will see several top teams in attendance. However, Astralis and Mousesports pulled out of the event due to different reasons. Their departure, while it will definitely affect the overall quality of the tournament allows other teams to come forth and possibly win some silverware.


EPICENTER 2018 takes place at the Park of Legends Ice Palace in Moscow. It will take place from 23rd October to 28th October 2018. With a prize pool of $295,000, this tournament is considered to be a top-tier tournament outside of the Major.

The tournament relies on the tried and tested Double elimination GSL Format. However, in an attempt to minimise the flaws of the format, all the group stage matches will also be Best of Three. This ensures that the chances of an upset happening will not be as high as if it would have been a Best of One Group stage match.  

Broadcast

  • Host:

Format.

    • Two double-elimination format (GSL) Groups:
      • Each group has four teams
      • All matches are Bo3Group Stage: October 23th – 25th, 2018The top three teams from each group advance to the Playoffs:
      • Group stage winners advance to the Semifinals
      • Group stage runners-up advance to the Quarterfinals as the High Seeds
      • Group stage 3rd place teams advance to the Quarterfinals as the Low Seeds
  • Playoffs: October 27th – 28th, 2018
    • Single-Elimination bracket
    • All matches are Bo3

The winner of the tournament will take home $150,000 with the second placed team winning $75,000. Unfortunately for us, this tournament will only see a total of eight teams. However, the robust tournament format should be able to eliminate any potential thoughts of the team’s being unable to put forth a good show.

Team Liquid vs Faze Clan

Team Liquid

 

Team Liquid Roster:

  • Twistzz
  • Taco
  • Nitro
  • Elige
  • NAF


Team Liquid is slowly emerging as one of the strongest teams from North America. Despite being from North America, the team can definitely defeat anyone else in the world [ with the exception of Astralis]

Team Liquid has a very unique playstyle. They rely heavily on their In-Game Leader to provide them with the necessary structure on the roster. They have the best North American player in the form of Twistzz on their team. Twistzz has been exceptionally good both on LAN as well as online. His performance stems from a higher skill ceiling when it comes to aiming. Coupled with greate gamesense, it is obvious that Twistzz is here to stay. His role on this team is much more than just being the fragging power. He is able to constantly keep up the hopes and the ambitions of the other players. Despite being young, he shows a very experienced approach to the game. His understanding of the game and how to use the weapons available to him is determined by his positioning on the map. He might not be as flashy as a Guardian or S1mple, however, his effectiveness and his importance on the team are much more than the said persons.

EliGE powered Team Liquid to a swift 2-0 victory against Heroic (Beyond the Summit)

Elige has also been topping the scoreboards for Team Liquid. His ability to constantly deliver irrespective of the opponent has been a consistent feature since several years in North America. A part of multiple Top tier teams in the past few years, Elige has been able to leave his mark on the scene. On this roster, Elige’s role is not just a person who frags. He is always in active discussion with NAF and Nitro regarding how the team should proceed further.

Overall, Team Liquid does look like a well-rounded team which is slowly expanding their map pool.The biggest problem for Team Liquid is their shallow map pool, which can only improve with time. This team has found a great synergy and coordination between its existing players. If they can continue to stick together and improve, they are definitely en route to becoming the best team in the world.

Faze Clan

Faze Clan Roster:

  • Karrigan
  • Niko
  • Guardian
  • Olofmeister
  • Rain

Faze Clan is made up of several superstar Counter-Strike players. Each player was a star on his previous roster and together they came under the ambit of Karrigan on Faze Clan. Karrigan has been able to knit together this roster putting aside their egos and utilising their skill to enhance the team’s prospects. At one p0oint in time, it did look like Faze CLan was the best team in the world. However, they were unable to keep up their momentum either due to injuries or personal problems on the players. Eventually, Faze Clan has made changes to their roles and we do not know how it will affect their overall performance in the future.

Guardian’s position and performance on this team have been very subdued which is a major reason for the team being just about average. If and when Guardian comes back into form, Faze Clan will truly emerge for what its worth as a strong roster. We all know how strong Guardian can be on this team, however, he is seemingly low on confidence. His peeks and performance over the past few months have been extremely poor and he is taking a very passive approach to the game. This is mostly because when he goes aggressive he does not always yield the best results for the team. Faze Clan relies overly on Guardian to become a strong AWper to control the pace of the game in the current meta.

Right now, Olofmeister is the only strong member of the team. After taking a long break in 2018, we are witnessing Olfomeister coming back into the game with full flow. However, he cannot carry the team alone, especially in his role as the lurker. It is up to Niko and Guardian to start getting picks for the team.

GuardiaN has performed when FaZe needed it most (StarLadder)

Speaking of Niko he has taken over the role of the In-Game Leader on this roster. He has some experience being an in-game leader and this has been putting it to good use especially after their debacle at the FaceIT   Major. However, we are seeing him underperforming on an individual level which definitely raises questions about this decision. Meanwhile, Karrigan is in a state of flux as we don’t know what his role on this roster is.   brought up as an In-Game Leader Karrigan remains a dead weight on the team. We might see roster changes on this team very soon, and that is bound to have a negative impact on the players’ performance.

Prediction:

Team liquid looks to be in splendid form right now. At EPICENTER 2018, they have dominated their opponents easily. So far, they have played against the likes of Swole Patrol and Avangar. However, this match against Faze CLan will be a true test for the North American team. A lot depends on the maps chosen as Team Liquid is not proficient on all the maps.

On the other hand, we have Faze Clan, a very talented team. However, they have had problems on their T side and it stems from self-doubt. Yesterday, they played against NIP and we witnessed how strong the team looked when confident. Whether they can carry the same confidence to today’s match is crucial for their victory.

For now, we recommend a bet on Faze Clan. They have practised against much stronger teams such as Na’Vi and NIP.

 

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Team Liquid vs Astralis: 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:

Team Liquid

Team Liquid Roster:

  • Nitro
  • Elige
  • Twistzz
  • NAF
  • TACO

Team Liquid is one of the few North American teams still remaining at the FaceIT London Major. The North American squad has put forth strong performances so far at the major and their dominance against Hellraisers is bound to raise a few eyebrows. Team liquid has several talented players on the roster.

EliGE powered Team Liquid to a swift 2-0 victory against Heroic (Beyond the Summit)

The single biggest factor on the Liquid lineup coming into this semifinal is Twistzz. The youngster has been able to be phenomenal, not only in his individual performance but also his ability to play tag with the rest of the team. Twistzz has put up big numbers so far at the Major. He has been called the best talent in North America and he is definitely proving the same at this Major. Team Liquid, however, does have a problem when their opponents start mounting a comeback against them. They are unable to close out games, despite having a huge lead. This is a repetitive feature in several of their matches so far at the major. They even lost a match despite being up by more than 10 rounds. In yesterday’s quarterfinal, Team Liquid was unable to ensure a smooth finish on Mirage despite being up by a significant margin.

 

Ofcourse Twistzz is not the only player who has shown us tremendous potential on this roster. The team also has players like NAF and Elige who have so much experience after playing on several top teams in the past. NAF has been consistent for a long time. He provides a very stable and tactical acumen to the team.

A Liquified TACO? Sounds gross, but it works! (Credit: Fragbite)

One of the latest members on this team is TACO, formerly in a fully Brazilian roster. TACO has mostly been playing as a lurker on this roster. However, for a player of his calibre, TACO simply has not had the same impact as he has had on his previous rosters. At this Major, TACO has mostly been as a lurker, but not as effective so far.

Another potential weakness for this team is Nitro on the AWP. He is a make-do AWP player at best and is definitely not flashy as a Device, S1mple or Guardian. We often see him miss crucial shots which could have sealed the round for the team. During their match against Hellraisers, we saw NAF and TACO pick up the AWP later in the game. This was mostly due to Nitro not feeling quite as confident with the AWP. Team Liquid is one with a lot of potentials, but they definitely need to improve on their teamwork. They do have strengths and they need to ensure a great strategy to play around these strengths.

 

Astralis

Astralis Roster:

  • Device
  • Dupreeh
  • Xyp9x
  • Magisk
  • Glaive

The world’s best team is going to have a relatively easier time in the semifinals compared to the quarterfinals. The Danes had a clinical finish in the quarterfinals against Faze Clan. They defeated Faze Clan both in terms of individual skill level and definitely when it comes to their strategy and in-game tactics. Device has been a beast for Astralis for quite some time now. His ability to be extremely potent with the AWP, the rifle or the pistol is what makes him a strong player in the team. He even retraces his heat map in order to understand better how the enemy will counter him. His ability to understand the enemy AWPer is what makes him great with his positioning and timings.

Astralis rely on Glaive to help them get through the mid-game. Despite being an excellent shot-caller, Glaive is also a very talented individual player. He is constantly a threat to the opponents and it is not cheeky plays or SMG frags [ like Gob B]. Glaive is a legitimate threat to any bombsite that he is present and on a good day, he can have as good a performance as a Device or a Dupreeh. But it is his mid-round calls for which he is most well known. He has the ability to take quick decisions on the go and direct his team to the right bomb site in time.

Astralis quickly picked up where they left off with Magisk (credit: StarLadder)

When Kjaerbye left the team, there was a huge void on the roster. This was filled by Magisk, although not exactly in the same way as Kjaerbye. He came on for his firepower and he remained on the team, albeit not as a leader but as firepower. Magisk has been the silent lurker who does not draw too much attention to himself on the team. He has been consistent through the months, which is exactly why no one bothers with him. His consistency is taken for granted by allies and enemies alike. He is not as flashy as the Dupreehs and Device on the roster, but his consistency enables his teammates to be able to get multiple kills in a round.

Overall, Astralis is a very well-rounded team. They are the team to defeat at the Major and they have only looked stronger post the player break.

Prediction

Astralis’ performance at the Major is nothing short of exemplary. It was almost impossible to better their performance prior to the break, but this new Astralis look even better and more organised. Their In-Game round calls is what gives them the better positioning and strong playstyle. While Astralis is the team to defeat and usually teams at No.1 have it the most difficult, Astralis is good at covering their steps. They watch and understand their own gameplay and think how enemy teams would want to defeat them. They constantly end up changing their timings and ensuring they are not easily read by their opponents.

TeaM liquid might be the best team in North America, but they really are no competition for Astralis. They fall behind in the map pool, individual player skill as well as the AWP battle. Device is definitely going to be a much bigger impact on the server than Nitro. His ability to remain on top fo the scene and take calculated risks makes him one of the potential MVPs for this match.

We recommend a bet on Astralis for this match.

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Complexity vs Made in Brazil: 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:

Complexity

Complexity Roster:

  • Dephh
  • Android
  • Yay
  • Stanislaw
  • Shahzam

Complexity is one of the biggest names in Counterstrike. However, most of their successes have been only in the earlier version of the game. In Global Offensive, Complexity has not been a strong team. But in this major, they have surprised everyone with some really strong performances.

The biggest advantage that Complexity has going for them is their mystery. They have played a surprisingly large amount of Inferno and a couple of maps here and there. This basically means that teams do not know the full extent of their map pool. If Complexity can get a good veto they have a realistic chance with this matchup.

Dephh has been a revelation at this tournament. The player, who received multiple offers from various teams has put up great performances so far at the Major. Ofcourse it is not an individual talent, but the team enables him to play as he does. His efficiency with the rifle and his superior positioning often get him into an advantageous situation. However, we have only seen him much on Inferno and we do not know how he will perform on other maps per se.

Shahzam is the primary AWPer on the team. The former Cloud9 member has seen a return to form, although not at his peak levels. His ability to take a single aggressive peak and win the duel is what makes him so strong. He puts himself at minimal risk while checking up on a place and he still manages to often win the duel. Getting an early advantage for the team, Shahzam has been crucial to Complexity’s CT Side. Right now, we can only hope that he maintains the current form and continues to play as well.

Another potential candidate for the AWP role on the team is Stanislaw. We have seen Stanislaw pick up the AWP on his previous rosters to relative success. Stanislaw also helps the team in their tactics, which we have seen to be very successful so far at the Major. Complexity has a decent understanding of their opponents and can easily read them for their playstyle. This is especially important for top-tier teams who rely on great strategies in order to create an advantage for themselves. The fact that Complexity could actually manage to easily defeat BIG Gaming proves this point. Stanislaw has had ample time to prepare for Mibr and this should be a slight advantage for the team. But is it enough? That’s something that only time can tell.

Made in Brazil

Made in Brazil roster:

  • Tarik
  • Stewie2k
  • Fallen
  • Fer
  • Coldzera

The Made in Brazil roster won a very convincing match against Ninjas in Pyjamas. But they have not looked extremely strong as their lineup suggests. For the most part of the past three months, MiBr has looked weak and without deep strategies against top teams. Even now, they did lose a 0-16 on Dust 2 to astralis. Ofcourse Astralis being the best team and having the level of preparation that they do was a crucial part in the final result.

MiBr’s roster consists of five Major champions. They include three Brazilian players in Fallen, Fer and Coldzera. Each of these players is extremely well known for their very aggressive and yet accurate plays. Fallen has seen a resurgence of sorts with his aggressive style of AWPing. He would push through smokes in unimaginable situations get a kill and fall back safely. Of course with the playoffs and the much better teams, it won’t work all the time. Their opponents will have studied Fallen’s playstyle and will expect such plays from him. If he dares to repeat such aggressive plays, then he will definitely have a problem in the upcoming matches.

However, despite his risky plays, Fallen is getting his job done. It is the other two Brazilian players, Coldzera and Fer who are definitely not playing at the same level as before. Coldzera who also has a signage in CS:GO according to his name is no longer playing at the same level as before. His performance on this team needs to be much better if Coldzera will need to contest against the best teams.

Fer too has been rather lacklustre so far in the tournament. His lack of performance could hurt the MiBr roster which is seeing improving performances from the two NA players in Stewie2k and Tarik. Those two players are improving and the latest Video on Stewie2k will definitely help improve the players’ morale. In a way, the 16-0 loss to Astralis can actually turn into a boon for the team as they will be more motivated to not let such a situation arise again.

Prediction:

Complexity has definitely surprised everyone with their performance at this Major. The boot camp prior to the Major has paid off. They were at best a middle-tier team in the NA Region. They weren’t even the strongest team in the North American region, however, they look extremely strong at this Major so far. But they have to face off against a resurgent Made in Brazil roster. This team has all the necessary components to win the Major. They have the best quality players and an amazing coach.

YNK’s addition to the team definitely makes them a much more tactical team than before. They have always had the individual skill set necessary to enable a great performance. But their strategies were getting old and not as effective as before. For this game, we recommend a bet on Made in Brazil roster. They have the experience and the firepower necessary to overcome Complexity.

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Team Liquid (TL) vs. SK Gaming (SK) CS:GO Esports Betting Analysis @ cs_summit 2

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Introduction

Beyond the Summit returns with its second event of CS:GO’s “cs_summit” tournament. Featuring a relaxing environment and top level competition, the 2nd cs_summit succeeds the major, which saw cs_summit participants Cloud9 win the grand finals after beating the top 4 teams of CS:GO on their way through.

Located in Los Angeles with a $150,000 USD prize pool, the event features an interesting mix of rosters in the foray. While featuring returning teams Ninjas in Pyjamas, Cloud9, and SK Gaming, and Team Liquid, some of these teams make their first appearance as a team or with a new roster.

Liquid themselves have since bolstered with the additions of steel and returning member NAF. Vega Squadron come to the cs_summit as a team that made many eyes turn at the first and second stages of the major, defeating many teams. North completely shuffled their roster, losing the majority of the core lineup and retooling with Kjaerbye from Astralis and mertz from the Academy squad. On the minor side of things, Ninjas in Pyjamas replaced THREAT with pita as the coach. One of the oddities of the event is Torqued, who replace OpTic. Featuring ex-iBP players and Pollo and koosta, they are surely a surprise team to look out for.

With new lineups on display, a relaxing environment to chill to, cs_summit looks to bring back to the nostalgic LAN environment of many gamers watching from home!

Format

credit to Liquipedia

  • Double Elimination Bracket
  • Playoffs only, bo3 matches only
  • Grand Finals will be played with bo5, where upper bracket finalist has 1 map advantage

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Team Liquid

  • NAF
  • Twistzz
  • nitr0
  • EliGE
  • steel
  • zews (coach)

For a preview of Team Liquid before this match, you can read EsportsBet’s preview here.

EliGE powered Team Liquid to a swift 2-0 victory against Heroic (Beyond the Summit)

Team Liquid started off the day on the wrong foot, nearly losing to Torqued on de_mirage before closing it out 16-14. Had it not been for strong performances from nitr0 and steel on each map, Team Liquid may have been flushed down the drain.

The next best of 3 came around against Heroic, and it felt as if a switch from Liquid came to fruition. They completely vaporized Heroic into the vicinity thanks to a monstrous performance by EliGE. With NAF and EliGE on the gears, Team Liquid shut down Heroic to only 10 rounds across the entire best of 3, cruising to an easy victory and to a loser’s final matchup against SK Gaming.

From what we saw from Liquid across the 2 matches, it is clear that each individual member has the potential to shine on each map. Twistzz’ pistol play is key to keeping the opponent’s economy in check, nitr0 and steel pop off on the entry from time to time, whereas NAF and EliGE shine as the stars of the team. After Liquid’s performance against Heroic, it must just be safe to say that this is the strongest Liquid have looked in a long time.

 

SK Gaming

  • FalleN
  • TACO
  • coldzera
  • fer
  • boltz
  • dead (coach)

For a preview of SK Gaming before this match, you can read EsportsBet’s preview here.

coldzera won’t be all smiles and laughter after going cold against Cloud9 (Beyond The Summit)

In SK Gaming’s only best of 3 of the day, they saw themselves overwhelmed by Cloud9. Both of their CT sides on de_overpass and de_inferno were horrendous, as viewers saw a spectacle of SK Gaming getting utterly smashed by the relentless aggression of Cloud9. The more important x-factor of this match, coldzera, seems to always go cold against Cloud9, as he performs at his worst when playing against the US lineup in a total of 9 maps.

It didn’t help either that boltz had the wrong screw bolted into him, having his worst map at the event with a 6-21 score on de_inferno. Of course, he wasn’t the true problem for SK Gaming. Remember that a team game is lost as a team, and SK Gaming clearly did not look like the championship winning SK Gaming we saw back in December.

If SK Gaming want to get back into the groove, they’ll need to show a different SK Gaming compared to the one that struggled against North and Cloud9. coldzera and fer need to step up tremendously, and boltz needs to be more confident in his play if they want to take it against Liquid.

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