A handpicked selection of four attractive CS:GO teams to consider from a packed CS:GO schedule on Tuesday from the ESEA Premier Division.
Demolition Crew are a relatively newer entrant into the CS:GO scene. They have played just four professional CS:GO matches, losing three of them. It’s no surprise, therefore, that they are ranked No. 108 in the world, with a roster that is quite unknown. Singularity, on the other hand, have been here before, which means they have the upper hand in terms of experience, skill and depth of talent. It’s not a sure result, but the likelihood is quite high.
Not only are BIG a quality outfit, they have climbed the CS:GO rankings over a sustained period of consistency, which is quite rare in ESEA action. BIG rely heavily on Xantares, TabseN, Syrson and K1to. All of these players average over 0.73 kills per round in their last three months of CS:GO action. BIG are ranked No. 23 in the world, which makes them a formidable opponent for the best teams in the world. Havu, ranked 36, are nowhere near the best teams.
There’s something about this Japaleno team that makes their games spicy. On paper, sure, Nemiga are too strong, better positioned and higher ranked (No. 53 in the world), but Jalapeno certainly have the ability to not just challenge, but also close out a tight match. Jalapeno’s recent history includes a 19-17 win against Forze and a tight loss to Illuminar (22-20). They won’t be pummelled, which could make odds of 2.11 highly attractive.
A quick look at the head-to-head match-up and these favourable odds for Pro100 starts to makes sense. Pro100 have won their last four maps against Pact, which includes match victories at the ESEA Premier Division last year as well as the Qi Banja Luka Europe Qualifier. Yekindar averages 0.80 kills per round in the last few months, making him an offensive threat for Pact.