BLAST Pro Series Fantasy Tips - September 12th

When choosing your fantasy roster of quality players, there is always a dilemma regarding which high-priced and low-priced players should make your team. We take a look at the players to choose for the BLAST Pro Series.

Nikhil Kalro
Freelance Esports Writer
11th Sep, 19·☕️ 3 min read

Ali “Jame” Djami (18,640)

Avangar have been in sensational form in recent tournaments. Jame has almost single-handedly led this team to the peak. Showing his talent is one thing, but to be consistently efficient at this level requires some skill. He has a K/D ratio of 1.30 in his career, with well over 10,000 kills (11,798). He has played over 15000 rounds too, so plenty of experience to add to his armoury.

Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev (23,980)

It’s relatively simple. You need him in your roster. He has unbelievable offensive consistency. He has a kill rate of 0.85 per round, very high by any standard. With that kind of effectiveness offensively, you occasionally have to sacrifice your defense. He has 0.66 deaths per round. Despite that, he has a K/D ratio of 1.30. Business is about efficiency at scale. S1mple is as close to that analogy as possible.

Mathieu “Zywoo” Herbaut (22,820)

Zywoo is arguably the most potent offensive weapon in this tournament. He averages an astonishing 0.88 kills per round, and only keeps his death rate to 0.62 per round, giving him a K/D ratio of 1.40. From a picklebet fantasy perspective, he averages 367 points per match, easily the highest for any other player from this roster. And he isn’t even the most expensive player on offer. It’s another obvious value choice for your roster.

Aleksey “Qikert” Golubev (19,380)

For Avangar, Qikert’s efficiency lies in his killing precision. He has a headshots efficiency rate of 56% over his career, which equates to about 7000 headshots. Therefore, he has a high kill rate of 0.74 per round. He nicely complements the might of Jame in this Avangar set-up. Another important consideration is his experience: he has played more than 700 maps and 18325 rounds.

Sami “xseven” Laasanen (15,020)

When you have four effective, expensive players, a sacrifice is a must. For his price of 15,020, xseven could be the gamer worth the risk for. Let’s take a look at his picklebet numbers. He averages 227.49 picklebet points per game over 56 matches, with a form average of over 200. Despite his high deaths per round (0.67), those statistics still back xseven at this price.

Total cost for the above five players = 99,840


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