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Five Best Teams in Rating 2.0

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In this article, we used hltv.org 2018 statistics, only from “big events”.

5. Liquid

Stats at big events (2018):
Maps played: 99 K/D difference: +185 Rating 2.0: 1.05

At the beginning of 2018, Team Liquid strengthened their team by adding NAF and TACO. This helped them to second place finishes at three prestigious tournaments: ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018, Esports Championship Series Season 5 – Finals and ESL Pro League Season 7 – Finals. The squad has been getting excellent individual results recently, as well. The leaders here are NAF and EliGe — both players have a 1.14 rating.

4. mousesports

Stats at big events (2018):
Maps played: 104 K/D difference: +379 Rating 2.0: 1.05

mouz began 2018 with winning StarLadder & i-League StarSeries Season 4 and the V4 Future Sports Festival, although they weren’t able to keep the momentum going, which resulted in some roster changes. After Snax joined the squad, the team finished 3rd-4th at  ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018. The leader here is the Czech sniper oskar, whose rating is 1.14.


3. 
FaZe Clan

Stats at big events (2018):
Maps played: 105 K/D difference: +911 Rating 2.0: 1.10

Although FaZe Clan did really well at ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018, they weren’t able to get the win in overtime. After that, the team spent time tweaking their play style, and the long-awaited victories came only by mid-year. These guys then finished first at Intel Extreme Masters XIII – Sydney and ESL One: Belo Horizonte 2018. The best player from FaZe (according to Rating 2.0) is NiKo, at 1.30.


2. 
Natus Vincere

Stats at big events (2018):
Maps played: 92 K/D difference: +780 Rating 2.0: 1.12

Natus Vincere were able to overcome an extended gaming crisis and, to the joy of their fans,  finish first at StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 5, CS:GO Asia Championships 2018 and ESL One: Cologne 2018. This success is also based on the individual performances of the players: s1mple‘s results are just off the charts, which is reflected by his Rating 2:0, which is 1.31. There’s one more player at Natus Vincere who has an impressive rating. We’re talking about electronic, who’s been no slouch, with a 1.23 rating.


1. Astralis

Stats at big events (2018):
Maps played: 79 K/D difference: +1206 Rating 2.0: 1.15

At the beginning of February, Astralis replaced Kjaerbye with Magisk and started collecting trophies hand over fist: DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018, ESL Pro League Season 7 – Finals, Esports Championship Series Season 5 – Finals and ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018. The K/D difference of the team is +1206, which is a video-game-like number. Wait a minute…

It’s true that the players of Astralis are playing at very high individual levels, which is reflected in Rating 2.0: Xyp9x — 1.06, dupreeh — 1.18, Magisk — 1.21, gla1ve — 1.22, and, of course, device, whose rating is 1.32, which surpasses even that of s1mple. Astralis are the absolute leaders in the team rating! However, there are still four months left, and the long-awaited FACEIT Major: London 2018 is coming in September, which can still change everything!