Counter Strike: Global Offensive DFS Picks (6/19/20) – DraftKings, Daily Dream
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Zywoo – $15,600 (C) – After having back to back maps versus FaZe with under a 1.00 ranking, the very first time that’s taken place in 3 months, Zywoo is primed for a bounce-back efficiency. If you resemble me and wondering “How did his raise after his performance today?”, the response is: he’s playing NiP. In 27 career maps against NiP (his most versus any one group) he is +97 K/D and boasts a 1.22 career score versus the Ninjas. It’s likewise worth noting that NiP beat Vigor 2-1 when they played on June 10th, which implies Zywoo will need to be a difference-maker if they want to reverse their fortunes from last time.
Brehze – $10,500 (c) – EG hasn’t been living up to the billing as one of The United States and Canada’s elite over the course of 2020 after coming on strong at the end of 2019. Nevertheless, their previous match, a persuading 2-1 over Team Liquid, might be the stimulate they require to return to the top of CS in the Americas. Because 2-1 over Liquid, Brehze ended the series +8 general, consisting of a massive 22-10 game on Inferno in the decider map. Brehze is EG’s best gamer, and they depend on him to do a great deal of fragging. In the 1-2 series loss vs MIBR on June sixth, Brehze had his 2 worst maps of the last 3 months, and EG still hardly lost those two maps. If Brehze is able to keep it rolling that could equate into a huge series for him and EG.
Hunter – $7,800 – When these 2 groups took on in the first stage of BLAST Spring Series on June 9th not only did G2 win a 2-0 sweep, Hunter had the highest rating (1.2) and ADR (90.9 ), and 2nd most kills (45, behind S1mple’s 49). He and Nexa have been leading the charge for the present # 1 ranked group during their recent run of excellent type, and they relatively take turns one-upping each other in regards to who is doing the heavier lifting. With Nexa taking charge in their last match versus Ence, I see Hunter as the one to step up against a team he controlled 9 days back.
Nawwk – $7,400 – The Ninjas and Vitality have already played each other in 2 Bo3s and a Bo1 because the start of June, and in those 7 total games Nawwk is sitting at +18 overall. BLAST Spring Series has actually seen Nawwk post his best ranking since joining NiP with a 1.21 score over those 10 maps played. Nawwk has been the most consistent player on NiP in general throughout the last couple of weeks, he has been a constant force in all matches against this familiar foe.
G2 – The # 1 group in the world handles a Navi team that looked flat against a much lower-ranked Complexity team. G2 is a much more total team at the moment, and while S1mple can win games/series on his own, it would take a big performance from Electronic and likely among the other 3 members of Navi for G2 to not win this series convincingly.
EG – I think EG produces an excellent stack (especially in competitions) because they are projected to have lower ownership than MIBR. MIBR is coming off a controversial win versus Furia which saw the action continue to social networks well after the game was over and has clearly been an interruption for the gamers. EG, on the other hand, is coming off their greatest win in months. EG lost an extremely close series to MIBR recently, and a boost in confidence could be all they need to turn things around.
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