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Berlin Major - Legends Stage Fantasy Tips

The Legends stage of the Berlin Major includes the best CS:GO players in the world. Which players should make up your Skrilla fantasy roster? Who could be potential MVPs for their respective teams? Take a look.

Nikhil Kalro
Freelance Esports Writer
28th Aug, 2019·☕️ 2 min read
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Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev

Cost: 23,300

Team: Natus Vincere

K/D ratio is a key metric in CS:GO. It indicates how much value a player brings to a map. A K/D ratio of close to 1 means the value is about par. S1mple has a K/D ratio of 1.30. That just shows he’s one of the most valuable players on the CS:GO circuit. He has an average of 0.85 kills per round, while inflicting about 87% damage per round in his career. All this over 1000 maps in his career.

Nicolai “device” Reedtz

Cost: 19,280

Team: Astralis

In the esports world, relative experience is a gamer that is aged about 23 or older. Device, 23, has played 1343 maps in his career with some fantastic numbers. He has a K/D ratio of 1.26 (0.78 kills and 0.62 deaths per round), with a damage rate of 81% per round. Of his 27219 kills, 35% have been headshots. He’s just an asset for any team, including your fantasy roster.

Russel van “twistzz” Dulken

Cost: 22,560

Team: Liquid

Twistzz has also had a fine run in the CS:GO circuit in the last few months. Liquid is a fine franchise, but it’s consistency that they rely on. Gamers like Twistzz are the reason for that consistency. He has 0.76 kills and 0.62 deaths per round, very good numbers in both fields. You might want to watch your head around him too. He has a headshot kill rate of 60% in his career, a testament to his killing precision and accuracy.

Ethan “Ethan” Arnold

__Cost: 19,900 __

Team: NRG

At 0.74 kills per round, Ethan is a solid player for NRG. He won’t astound opponents with his efficiency, but he’ll always be at you. He also accumulates plenty of assists for his teammates (0.15 per round). He could probably work on his deaths per round, which is at 0.67. However, the reason for his inclusion in this roster is on account of his damage per round, another CS:GO KPI. He inflicts about 82.8% DPR, impressive by any standards.

Sami “xseveN” Laasanen

Cost: 14,120

Team: Ence Esports

To keep your roster under the permitted salary limit, you will require a player on the cheaper end. From the available options, xseveN stands out. Over the course of 52 matches, he has managed to pick up an average of 232.21 Skrilla points per game. His offensive output doesn’t stand out, but he is decent defensively, with 0.67 deaths per round.

Total cost for the above five players = 99,160