It’s a power-packed slate of players to choose from some of the best teams against some upcoming talent. Who should make your roster for the V4 Festival? Take a look.
Mousesports are favourably pitted against E-Rivals in the first game of the V4 Festival. This game might not go past two maps, but you can still expect plenty of value for many of Mousesports’ much-superior players. One of them is Frozen. He is a fine all-round player, averaging 0.80 kills per round in over 17,000 rounds. Of his 13,882 kills, 55% have been headshots. He has a reasonably high K/D ratio of 1.21 too.
Ropz doesn’t have as much experience as Frozen, but it might not be a bad strategic decision to pack your roster with gamers from the stronger teams. Ropz keeps his deaths rate rather low, at a career rate of 0.62 per round: in over 15,000 rounds, he hasn’t been killed 10,000 times yet (9665). He is fairly consistent and reasonably cheap too, at a Skrilla price of 19,760 credits.
A key cog in the NiP wheel, Plopski should have a field day out in the sun against Adwokacik. For a 17-year-old, he has already shown the propensity for continued improvement in the face of daunting opponents. For a change, he should enjoy the relative lack of duress when NiP face the No. 64 team in the world. He has a K/D ratio of 1.10, which is slightly misleading when it comes to proving his worth in this team.
Fer is one of the most experienced players on the CS:GO circuit. Aged 27, he has played nearly 30,000 rounds with 21,626 kills. While he has a rate of 0.76 kills per round, his total aggressive efficiency is significantly higher on account of sheer volume. MIBR’s rebranding as a franchise saw a lot of variables, but Fer’s consistency has held them in good stead during the transition. He also has 0.16 assists per round.
Another gamer with immense experience, f0rest has seen it all in CS:GO. In over 40,000 rounds, he has accumulated 30,866 kills (averaging 0.77 kills per round). While he also has 25,958 deaths at 0.65 per round, he provides sufficient value in terms of price and experience. He averages 223 Skrilla fantasy points per match, which should be reason enough to use him to complete your roster.
Total cost of these five players = 97,400