Counter Strike: Global Offensive DFS Selects (6/20/20) – DraftKings, Daily Fantasy
Welcome back, RotoBallers, to our coverage of Counter Strike: Global Offensive DFS chooses for FanDuel and DraftKings. I’m back for the Saturday slate as we head into the house stretch for the BLAST Spring Premier Finals!
We have 3 truly enticing matches today to set us up for the finals on Sunday, so it ought to be a great day of games!
Today I’ll be bringing you my Counter Strike: Global Offensive DFS lineup choices, analysis, and guidance for eSports DFS contests on DraftKings for Thursday, June 20th, 2020 at 10:30 AM. Make certain to also have a look at our amazing CS: GO Premium DFS Tools including our Lineup Optimizer, Research Study Station, Projections, and DFS Cheat Sheets! Feel totally free to follow me on Twitter @Maxadelphia as I more than happy to engage with readers and attempt to answer your concerns. Best of luck RotoBallers!
S1mple – $13,800 (c) – S1mple and Zywoo will go head to head for a chance to compete in the loser bracket finals. Their stats are so similar (Ranking 1.30 to 1.29 in favor of S1mple, Effect 1.37 to 1.35 for S1mple, ADR 85.9 to 83.4 for Zywoo) so it actually is a coin flip on which of these 2 heavy hitters to pick from. I am going to lean towards S1mple because the rest of Vigor are doing more for Zywoo than the rest of Navi are providing for S1mple.
In their last respective Bo3s, S1mple finished +23 K/D while the rest of his team finished a combined -3 K/D. Compare that to Zywoo who only completed +8 K/D and had the rest of his team finish with a combined +21 K/D.
Niko – $13,200 (c) – FaZe are the greatest favorites on the slate, and Niko has been perhaps the most significant factor his group discovers themselves in the upper bracket finals. Niko leads FaZe at the BLAST Spring Finals with a 1.29 occasion rating and a. 78 KPR to.55 DPR ratio, and over the last 3 months has considerably more ADR (86.9) than his next highest colleague (75.9 ). Niko deserves factor to consider for captain spot regardless of his high projected ownership.
Rain – $6,800 – FaZe will likely see a variety of stacks throughout both money and competition games, and one would believe Rain will be quite a tempting option. Because the finals portion of the BLAST Spring Series started, Rain is a combined +33 K/D over 5 maps and is sporting an impressive 1.27 occasion ranking. While you can’t necessarily count on that ridiculous level of production, Rain is simply too inexpensive for this match.
HEN1 – $7,600 – HEN1 has actually been on fire recently given that the BLAST Spring Premier Finals started, he hasn’t gone negative in 5 straight maps, including a 0-2 loss against MIBR. HEN1 also boasts a 1.22 occasion ranking, with the next closest member on his group sitting at 1.15. EG has in fact generally got the much better of FURIA, and in the last series the two groups played just over 2 months earlier, EG did win a close 2-0 series, but HEN1 ended up +5 K/D which was good for the finest on his group. FURIA is in better kind than EG presently and it’s tough to imagine that this will be the series that HEN1 stops performing at a high level.
FaZe – FaZe have actually been perhaps the most remarkable group through both stages of the BLAST Spring Series, and they remain in a prime position to advance to the Grand Finals with the upper bracket seed secured. Complexity handled to take down the juggernaut that is Navi, however they won’t have that exact same element of surprise versus FaZe. Expect FaZe to be the most popular group, and for excellent reason.
FURIA – FURIA has actually been the # 1 group in the Americas over the last 3 months, sporting a 77.8% overall win rate across all maps over that period. EG, because very same time duration has a 47.8% win rate. I pointed out yesterday how EG has actually been irregular, and their match versus MIBR was additional evidence, after controling the first map and then losing the series in 3 maps. FURIA will be starving to rematch their Brazilian competitors in the finals, and regrettably for EG, they are in the way of that rematch occurring.
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