Hello again! Today I am bringing another CS:GO tip, this time for the CS Summit 6 – Europe Regional Qualifiers, for a match between the giants of Fnatic, whose victory earned us some money in our last prediction, and the Norwegian team Nordavind, which will take place on Monday the 22nd. And as always, let’s talk about the teams a bit first and then look at some numbers:
Once again, I will keep myself brief about Fnatic, both because I already covered them previously and also because they are one of the most famous teams in the world right now. Fnatic is a global esports entertainment brand headquartered in London. Founded in 2004, they are the most successful esports brand of the last decade, winning more than 200 championships across 30 different games. Their team is composed of Flusha (Robin Rönnquist), JW (Jesper Wecksell), KRIMZ (Freddy Johansson), Golden (Maikil Selim), and Brollan (Ludvig Brolin). Their win rate in the last 3 months went down a bit after their last 2-1 defeat against the Mad Lions, but their position in the world ranking went up and they now stand in 2nd, right after G2, and they have 964 wins, 8 draws, and 610 losses in 1582 maps played.
Facing them we have Norwegian team Nordavind, they are a Norwegian organization established in 2011 as BX3 esports club which rebranded on 9th February 2018 in collaboration with the Norwegian football club Vålerenga Fotball. The organization shares facilities with its football club counterpart at Intility Arena. Their team is composed of TENZKI (Jesper Plougmann), and NaToSaphiX (Niels-Christian Sillassen) from Denmark, Cromen (Jorgen Robertsen) and H4RR3 (Haris Hadzic) from Norway, and HS (Kevin Tarn) from Estonia. They have a 56% win rate in the last 3 months and are in the 45th position in the world ranking. They have 187 wins, 0 draws, and 175 losses in 362 maps played.
The difference between the 2 teams is quite clear here, Fnatic is not only in a better position in the world ranking, but they are a much more experienced team, and I believe this will be what will break Nordavind’s victory streak this Monday. The odds may be a bit low for my tastes, but I will increase my usual stake to compensate, and 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!