Welcome back, RotoBallers, to another edition of my Counter Strike: Worldwide Offending DFS picks. Today we will be focusing on Group C at the BLAST Premier Spring series. It’s been a while because you men have actually heard from me, but fear not I’ve gone back to help everyone crush this Friday slate. As always, I will do my best to offer you the stats and info you need to develop the very best lineups possible for your GPP and money game CS: GO contests on DraftKings.

Today I’ll be bringing you my Counter Strike: Global Offensive DFS lineup picks, analysis, and recommendations for eSports DFS contests on DraftKings for Friday, February 12th, 2020 at 8:00 AM.

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S1mple is coming off an absolutely dominant performance at BLAST Premier Global Final 2020, capped off by a tremendous 1.57 rating in the grand finals versus Astralis. (Unsurprisingly) S1mple is the highest-priced player on the slate but with the hugest benefit on the slate, he’s well worth paying up for in this situation. S1mple is going to be chalky, however playing him at captain warranties him to set your group at a high floor.

Elige was The United States and Canada’s greatest player in HLTV’s Top 20 list for 2020 at # 8, and he will want to develop on a strong start to 2021 as he intends for a 5th straight year on the list. Even after going through a current line-up change Elige has actually stayed constant, with a ranking of 1.08 compared to his career ranking of 1.09. His opponents, FaZe, remain in a little bit of a transition duration themselves currently, and being the most constant player on the preferred group puts him in a position for big benefit.

Twistzz is making his launching for FaZe in this video game, after moving from his old team, Team Liquid. Twistzz was reportedly dissatisfied with his assistance role he was playing towards completion of his Team Liquid tenure, and he needs to be released up to play more of a super star role in this existing variation of FaZe. FaZe is supposedly waiting up until March due to contract circumstances to generate a brand-new IGL (in-game leader) so FaZe’s technique probably will not be more complex than “everyone go frag”. Twistzz could be the most significant beneficiary of a more busy series, particularly given that he’s extra familiar with his opposition. Also, as I pointed out earlier – it’s a vengeance game (if you resemble me and you buy that kind of thing).

perfecto has been in strong form over the last month as he has actually accumulated a 1.09 ranking, and really was remarkably second in ranking in Navi’s grand last series at BLAST Premier Global Final 2020. Navi is a heavy preferred over this unskilled MIBR lineup, and with Perfecto presently boasting the most affordable deaths-per-round (.58) on Navi. Perfecto could easily end up with the most affordable number of deaths in the whole series in between both teams, which gives him a really strong floor/ceiling combination. He also should be an apparent piece of Navi stacks.

Navi has a dream matchup versus a MIBR group that is 35 areas lower worldwide ranking than them. As if that wasn’t enough, MIBR also has a newer roster with a gamer who has actually played less than 5 main matches with the lineup. MIBR is easily the worst group in this group (perhaps in this whole occasion honestly), and Navi must have no issues managing the Brazilians by a score of 2-0.

Team Liquid/ FaZe is forming up to be a street battle in my eyes. With Liquid still attempting to adapt to their new roster, and FaZe apparently on cruise control until they can make another lineup relocation, there is a great deal of capacity for a frenzied, back-and-forth series. I believe deciding on your spots in this match-up will be the key to the slate, because Navi will be chalky top to bottom.

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