Hello again everyone, as I mentioned before, even with the return of my beloved footbal I will not give up on eSports because I believe that they will grow now more than ever, and today we will take a look at another match for the 2020 DreamHack Masters Spring Europe, this time between the American team compLexity Gaming and the famous European team Fnatic. And as always, let’s talk about the teams a bit first and then look at some numbers:
First, we have a team we already talked about before, so I will keep myself brief. Complexity Gaming, formerly stylized as compLexity Gaming and abbreviated as COL, briefly known as Los Angeles Complexity during the Championship Gaming Series, is an American esports organization; they currently field teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, Apex Legends, FIFA, EA Madden, Magic: The Gathering Arena and Hearthstone. The team is composed of RUSH (William Wierzba) and oBo (Owen Schlatter) from the USA, k0nfig (Kristian Wienecke), and blameF (Benjamin Bremer) from Denmark, and poizon (Valentin Vasilev) from Bulgaria. They are in a better place than when we have last seen then with a 68.5% win rate in the last 3 months, and are now occupying a better position than last time at 17th in the world ranking, and have 512 wins, 2 draws, and 504 loses in 1021 maps played.
Facing them we have the famous European team FnaticThey are a professional esports organization consisting of players from around the world across a variety of games.Fnatic is one of the strongest European teams and Counter-Strike team, which has traditionally been located in Sweden, is also considered one of the best in the video game series’ history, having won three Global Offensive Majors and several other tournaments. This fully Swedish team is the one we will see this Monday, composed of flusha (Robin Rönnquist), JW ( Jesper Wecksell), KRIMZ (Freddy Johansson), Golden (Maikil Selim), and Brollan (Ludvig Brolin). They have a 57.1% win rate in the last 3 months, are in the very respectable 3rd position in the world ranking, and have 959 wins, 8 draws, and 605 losses in 1572 maps played.
For this match, I will choose to support Fnatic. Don’t get me wrong, I am not underestimating COL, I do believe they are a good team and that they will put a good performance, but Fnatic is at the top 3 for a reason and I believe that their extra experience will make itself know here. As always I will place my bet on VIP-IBC, and if you also want to reserve your spot among the winners, don’t waste any more time and register now for the best betting software right now! Goodbye and stay safe everyone!