The Majors provide perhaps the most magical moments in professional Counter-Strike. Whether it’s teams breaking through to win after years of struggle, like Astralis did last month in Atlanta, or the craziness of an individual play or match, it seems everyone has a favorite.
Fans and analysts all have their ideas about who the best Counter-Strike player in the world is, but who do the pros themselves find difficult to defeat?
During the Major, Slingshot’s Vince Nairn asked nine pro players what they thought of the Swiss format, and the results were overwhelmingly positive.
NBK on Major format: “I think it should be still seeded until we have some logic to the matchups because, I mean, poor OpTic.”
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn talked to EnVyUs’ Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt after Tuesday’s win against Godsent on Cache at the ELEAGUE Major. Envy (2-1) is one win from qualifying for the playoffs.
The Counter-Strike community was abuzz last week with a debate sparked from comments made during Northern Arena about G2’s Edouard “SmithZz” Dubourdeaux.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn caught up with EnVyUs’ Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt before their ELEAGUE Group D play Friday (10 p.m. on TBS) to talk about rebounding after a tough year, caster criticism and his problems with the current Major qualification system.