Top 10 teams of cs go

According to HLTV the CS:GO world ranking of the top 10 team

1.Team Natus Vincere (830 points)

Team Natus Vincere

NAVI or Natus Vincere, also known as the Ukrainian team, is the top pick for the CSGO team to watch in 2021. The team was able to enter four major Grand Final competitions in 2020, winning one – the coveted IEM Katowice. NAVI is also the first team in Counter-Strike history to win three major tournaments in one calendar year – IEM Season IV, ESWC 2010, and WCG 2010. The organization (whose name derives from Latin – born to win) was founded around the CS:GO team in 2009. By adding a DOTA 2 roster, it became a multi-gaming org in October 2010. NAVI’s Counter-Strike gang is actually one of the most successful in winning more than $4 million in prize money. Their world rankings according to Hltv is 2nd.

NAVI Recent Tournament Results

IEM XV– Beijing Online: Europe2nd$30,000
ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe2nd$54,000
WePlay! Clutch Island1st$15,000
ICE Challenge 20201st$50,000
IEM XIV – World Championship1st$250,000
BLAST Premier: Spring2nd$50,000

NAVI Members – flamie,s1mple, electronic, boombl4, perfecto

B1ad3Andrii Gorodenskyi (Coach)
Boombl4Kirill Mikhailov (Captain)
flamieEgor Vasilev
s1mpleOleksandr Olehovych Kostyliev
electronicDenis Sharipov
PerfectoIlya Zalutskiy

2.Team Astralis (888 points)

Team Astralis

Astralis is one of the largest and most successful CS:GO teams in the history of games and for a good cause. The all-Danish roster soared to fame in 2018 when it absolutely dominated the CSGO calendar and won no fewer than 15 top-level competitions. It currently holds the record for most wins and the most-watched CSGO team. In 2020, the team managed to win three major occasions: the ESL One: the Road to Rio – Europe, the 12th season of the ESL Pro League Europe, and the tremendous Intel Extreme Masters XV – the Global Challenge. In 2019, the group introduced its FIFA team, and in 2020 the Astralis team re-branded Origen’s old roster as its star. At the end of 2020, the group also launched its own academy team Astralis Talent. Their world rankings according to Hltv is 1st.

Astralis Recent Tournament Outcome

Intel Extreme Masters XV – Global Challenge1st$200,000
DreamHack Masters Winter 2020: Europe1st$60,000
ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe1st$99,000
ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe1st$33,000
ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe3rd$53,000
IEM Katowice 20203rd$40,000

Astralis Members – xyp9x dupreeh gla1ve device Magisk

zonic  Danny Sørensen (Coach)
Xyp9x Andreas Højsleth (Captain)
MagiskEmil Hoffmann Reif
DBubzkjiLucas Andersen
dev1ceNicolai Hvilshøj Reedtz
dupreehPeter Rothmann Rasmussen

3.Team Vitality (563 points)

Team Vitality

Team vitality, a French team is one of the strongest CS:GO teams in Western Europe and a clear candidate for the best team of the year. Consistently ranked among the top 10 CSGO teams world rankings, Vitality had a spectacular 2020 finish, making no less than 8 finals and capturing 3. The roster, led by apEX, has won around $400,000 in prizes over the past 12 months, most recently beating NAVI at the IEM Beijing finals and taking home $60,000.

Vitality Recent Tournament Results

IEM XV – Beijing Online: Europe1st$60,000
BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season1st$25,000
DreamHack Open Fall 20202nd$21,500
ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe2nd$50,000
cs_summit 6 Online: Europe2nd$22,000
BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals2nd$65,000

Vitality Members – apEX, RpK,ZywOo,shox,misutaaa, Nivera

XTQZZZRémy Quoniam (Coach)
apEXDan Madesclaire (Captain)
RpKCédric Guipouy
ZywOoMathieu Herbaut
shoxRichard Papillon
misutaaaKévin Rabier
NiveraNabil Benrlitom

4.Team Big (489points)

Team Big

Abbreviated from Berlin International Gaming, BIG is a German sports organization founded in 2017 by retired NRG Esports members. Corporation fields divisions in many tournaments alongside CSGO such as League of Legends, Starcraft, Trackmania, FIFA, and Quake, but the CS:GO teams remain the most successful. At its inception, BIG has played in more than 110 CSGO competitions, winning over 30 and collecting more than $1 million in prizes.

2020 was perhaps the best year for the gang, with 12 tournaments won, including the coveted DreamHack Open Leipzig. Does Major continue to hold this shape back in 2021? We believe that!

BIG Recent Tournament Results

Merkur Masters Season 21st$24,000
DreamHack Open Summer 2020: Europe1st$35,000
cs_summit 6 Online: Europe1st$34,000
DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Europe1st$54,000
HomeSweetHome: Week 21st$30,000

BIG Members – tabsen,tizian,syrson,Xantares,k1to

tow bTobias Herberhold (Coach)
tabseNJohannes Wodarz (Captain)
tiziaNTizian Feldbusch
XANTARESİsmailcan Dörtkardeş
syrsoNFlorian Rische
k1to Nils Gruhne

5.Team Virtus.pro (615 points)

Team Virtus.pro

Virtus.pro (VP) is a Russian-based sporting organization. Created in 2003, the company currently has players playing in such games as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Rainbow Six Siege, PlayerUnknown’s Battlefields, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Starcraft II, Hearthstone, Paladins, Quake Champions, and Heroes Of The Storm. In November 2015, the team received over USD $100,000,000 from Alisher Usmanov’s USM Holdings. Since 2015, Virtus.pro has been a member of the ESforce esports collection. The Dota 2 group of Virtus.pro has played in several Majors, earning the record (Group Secret) 5 of them by becoming the best Dota Pro Circuit group in the first season. The League of Legends team won the LCL Spring 2017. In may 2020, Virtus.pro will inherit their star “YEKINDAR” from pro100 as “buster” moves back from the starting lineup. In addition, “Flatra” enters as an assistant coach. On August 4 VP most of the way with “AdreN.” According to HLTV, the world ranking of this team is third.

Virtus.pro-Recent Tournament Results

 IEM Season XV – World Championship2nd$180,000
 cs_summit 71st$100,000
 DreamHack Open December 20201st$50,000
Flashpoint Season 21st$500,000
 IEM XV – New York Online: CIS1st$20,000

Virtus.pro Members-buster, Jame, qikert, SANJI & YEKINDAR

dastanDastan  Akbayev (coach)
JameDzhami Ali (captain)
busterTimur Tulepov
SANJISanjar Kuliev
QikertAleksey Golubev
YEKINDARMareks Gaļinskis

6.Team Heroic

Team Heroic

Heroic is the second Danish Squad on our list, after Astralis, and is one of the emerging stars of the professional CS:GO teams. Established in 2016, the Valiant CSGO lineup was nearly disbanded in 2020 when it was almost absorbed by FunPlus Phoenix. The deal dropped, and Valiant held his squad in place. Heroic has continued to mine some of the biggest events over 4 years of being involved. Months after its formation, this teams won the 2016 International Gaming League and the 2017 European World Cyber Arena stage a year later. The greatest successes were certainly accomplished in 2020 when HEROIC qualified for 28 tournaments to win 8.

Heroic Recent Tournament Results

DreamHack Open Fall 20201st$33,000
ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe1st$150,000
DreamHack Open Summer 2020: Europe2nd$20,000
LOOT.BET/CS Season 61st$30,000
HomeSweetHome: Week 51st$30,000

Heroic Members- stavn,b0RUP,cadiaN,TeSeS,niko

stavn Martin Lund
b0RUPJohannes Borup
cadiaNCasper Møller (Captain)
TeSeSRené Madsen
nikoNikolaj Kristensen

7.Team Liquid (525 points)

Team Liquid

Team Liquid is a multi-regional professional sports organization headquartered in the Netherlands, established in 2000. The Liquid League of Legends squad won four LCS championships, and their Counter-Strike Global Offensive team has won the Intel Grand Slam trophy in 2019, a feat accomplished in just four matches. In 2017, Liquid Group completed the construction of its Alienware Training Facility in Los Angeles, built to serve as a training field for the CS:GO and League of Legends gangs, along with their sports headquarters.

Liquid Recent Tournament Results

IEM Season XV – World Championship3rd$80,000
BLAST Premier: Global Final 20204th$50,000
IEM Season XV – Global Challenge2nd$100,000
 ESL Pro League Season 12: North America4th$27,500
ESL Pro League Season 11: North America1st$90,000

Liquid Members-EliGE,NAF,Stewie2K,Grim,FalleN,moses

EliGEJonathan Jablonowski
NAFKeith Markovic
Stewie2KJacky Yip
GrimMichael Wince
FalleNGabriel Toledo de Alcântara Sguario
mosesJason O’Toole

8.Team Complexity

Team Complexity

Complexity Gaming is an American professional esports association (CS:GO Teams) that competes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty, Dota 2, Hearthstone, Gwent: Witcher Card Game, Rocket League, Clash Royale, Fortnite, and Madden. The association is also connected with the World of Warcraft Competition Raiding Guild Complexity Limit. CompLexity was created as the Counter-Strike 1.6 clan by Jason “1” Lake in 2003.

Complexity Recent Tournament Results

 BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 20211st$25,000
 BLAST Premier: Global Final 20207th$15,000
 IEM Season XV – Global Challenge7th$20,000
DreamHack Masters Winter 2020: Europe5th$5,000
BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown5th$10,000

Complexity Members-RUSH, blameF, k0nfig, poizon, jks

keitaJamie Hall(Coach)
RUSHWilliam Wierzba
blameFBenjamin Bremer
k0nfigKristian Wienecke
poizonValentin Vasilev
jksJustin Savage

9.Team Evil Geniuses

Team Evil Geniuses

There’s nothing wrong with this North American esports organization, but there’s a lot of talent to do. EG was founded in 1999 and is one of the oldest professional gaming organizations in the country. There are many e-sports roosters underneath the EG banner, from Dota 2 to the Rocket League or Street Fighter. The organization first joined Counter-Strike in the early 2000s, hosting a number of teams till 2011. The division was closed down in 2012, but on 26 September 2019 Evil Geniuses joined CSGO with the purchase of NRG E-sports. The new CS:GO Teams managed to win five big events in 2019, including the StarSeries & i-League CSGO Season 8 which brought them  $250,000. Last year, the North American regional finals dominated the BLAST Premier, Counter-Strike summit, and ESL Cologne events, earning over $380,000 in winnings.

EG Recent Tournament Results

ESL Pro League Season 12: North America3rd$36,000
ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – North America1st$65,000
cs_summit 6 Online: North America1st$22,000
BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals1st$160,000
ESL Pro League Season 11: North America2nd$45,000

Evil Geniuses Members

zewsWilton Prado (Coach)
stanislawPeter Jarguz (Captain)
BrehzeVincent Cayonte
CeRqTsvetelin Dimitrov
EthanEthan Arnold
tarikTarik Celik

10.Team  G2 Esports (287 points)

Team  G2 Esports

G2 Esports is a Spanish esports company of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams. G2 Esports is a Spanish esports company with teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Paddy, Valorant, Fortnite, and RocketLague. It is one of the strongest CS:GO teams in the world, with a worldwide lineup that has accumulated over $2.3 million in prize money since its inception in 2015. 2017 was a fantastic year for G2, the team that managed to win the ESL Pro League Season 5 – the finals were worth $225,000. 2018 didn’t bring any major win points, however, the team was back on course in 2019, earning four major tournaments. G2 qualified to reach the finals of the IEM Katowice in 2020 but eventually lost to NAVI in the Grand Final matches.

G2 Esports Recent Tournament Results

IEM XV – Beijing Online3rd$12,000
ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online3rd$25,000
ESL One: Road to Rio – Europe2nd$21,500
IEMs XIV – World Championship2nd$100,000
BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season1st$50,000

G2 Esports Members – maLeK,nexa,huNter,NiKo,kennyS,AmaNEk

maLeKDamien Marcel (Coach)
nexaNemanja Isaković (Captain)
huNteNemanja Kovač
NiKoNikola Kovač
kennyKenny Schrub
AmaNEkFrançois Delaunay
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