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One Of Counter-Strike's Greatest Teams Returns From The Dead

2016-11-08  Strategy     Source: 未知  
After keeping fans waiting ages for a comeback, Sweden's Ninjas in Pyjamas team upset expectations on Monday to win the DreamHack Masters Malmö Counter-Strike tournament, in front of a fanatically loyal home audience.NiP was the team to be
One Of Counter-Strike's Greatest Teams Returns From The Dead At DreamHack Malmo

After keeping fans waiting ages for a comeback, Sweden's Ninjas in Pyjamas team upset expectations on Monday to win the DreamHack Masters Malmö Counter-Strike tournament, in front of a fanatically loyal home audience. NiP was the team to beat in the early days of Global Offensive, enjoying the longest winning streak in pro Counter-Strike history, but the team fell on hard times as the scene developed around them. There were signs of life a couple of weeks ago at MLG Columbus, where the team looked strong even with their new coach, THREAT, playing as a substitute. Now they have finally battled back to a first-place finish.

A lot of that is down to Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund, who had a tremendous weekend and a remarkable final day at DreamHack Malmö. He was a consistent difference-maker in close rounds, making saves as the last Ninja standing in "clutch" rounds and presenting a consistent ambush threat throughout the day.

While he didn't post mind-boggling overall stats, he did something more important by tipping close matches to NiP.

There were a lot of those on Monday for NiP, including a final against MLG Columbus runner-up Na'Vi that was decided by a total of four rounds. Na'Vi's status as the official second-place finisher of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is starting to look like it's etched in stone, regardless of whether Fnatic are around. Na'Vi always looked like a team that just had the bad luck to be competing at the same time as a freakishly strong series of Fnatic lineups, but their finals disappointments are worryingly consistent.

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