The opening day of the European Champions Cup is on Monday, with eight matches to choose from. We help you make your fantasy choices for this slate.
Here’s the big reason why k0nfig isn’t one of the best CS:GO players in the world: his deaths per round is 0.69, which is quite high. Apart from that, he has been in sensational killing form, averaging 0.76 kills per round. He also has impressive headshots efficiency, at 59% of his 20,257 kills. He is fairly experienced too, having played in more than 26,000 rounds and 1,000 maps.
Windigo’s ascent to the near top flight of CS:GO action has been on account of the quality and skill that Poizon has brought in. He’s a killing machine, averaging 0.77 kills per round. His form in the last three months is above his average (0.81 kills per round). That gives him a career K/D ratio of 1.22, very handy for your roster.
Aged 24, Xantares has lots of experience to call on for BIG. In over 25,000 rounds, he has racked up 21772 kills, which equates to an average of 0.86 kills per round, with a headshots rate of 54%. He also helps his team-mates often, with 0.17 assists per round. He also has 0.70 deaths per round, but with an attacking mindset, defense is occasionally the sacrifice. He has a K/D ratio of 1.22, much higher than any other player in BIG.
Jame has had a busy month already. First, he helped Avangar to the final of the Berlin Major, but that will be quickly out of their focus. For a player with a K/D ratio of 1.30, he is very reasonably priced at 18,720 credits. From a fantasy perspective, he keeps his deaths quite low too (0.56 per round), which should provide additional value.
Another player that complements Jame well in the Avangar set-up. In 44 games, Buster has a picklebet fantasy average of 289 points, just five below Jame’s average. He has played nearly 20,000 rounds too, accumulating 13,633 kills. From a form perspective, he is ranked in the top 10 in this picklebet slate.
Total cost of these five players = 99,220