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Na'Vi's Throwdown Against Luminosity Was Some Of The Year's

2016-11-08  Hardware     Source: 未知  
Today's Counter-Strike duel at at the IEM Katowice tournament established itself as one of the best rounds of CS:GO of the year before it even reached the halfway mark. Then it got really good.On one side you had the established, reliable N
Na'Vi's Throwdown Against Luminosity Was Some Of The Year's Best Counter-Strike

Today's Counter-Strike duel at at the IEM Katowice tournament established itself as one of the best rounds of CS:GO of the year before it even reached the halfway mark. Then it got really good. On one side you had the established, reliable Na'Vi team: always a strong team and a challenger for a finals spot in this era of Fnatic dominance. Their opponent, Luminosity Gaming, is a fairly fresh lineup from Brazil that's quickly emerged as a top-tier team since their underdog run to second-place at DreamHack Winter last November.

The two teams' first battle went into double-overtime on the Overpass map (full replay is right here), and it was just one high-light reel moment after another as the two teams tested their own limits and the map's. The second map, on Inferno, was less closely contested but was defined by the unreal, merciless play of LG captain and sniper Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo.

Early on, a pattern started to form: LG looked like the better team round-to-round, but Na'Vi appeared to have a bottomless reserve of big plays to fall back on. Like when Flamie aced the entire Luminosity squad during the pistol round.

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