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TyLoo now ranks better than Virtus.pro

We are at the closing stages of 2018 and the world rankings of CSGO have come about to a comprehensive conclusion. The HLTV rankings suggest Astralis as the top team, followed by Natus Vincere. Among the top five are Liquid, FaZe & mousesports. Virtus.pro fell to the 31st spot.

The Polish lineup, who were once dominant in all versions of the franchise, have now dropped out of the top thirty teams in the world. The roster had a rough journey in 2018. Following the exit of the founding member TaZ, they have been struggling for a decent and stable squad.

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Although the only core players remaining in the team are pasha & NEO, the roster is now ranked 31st in the world rankings. TyLoo, on the other hand is ranked 24th with 74 points, not a great feat, though comparatively better.

At the onset of 2018, the reports had come up suggesting that the organization could release both, Neo & TaZ. That didn’t manifest for NEO. Virtus.pro failed to establish their dominance in the year 2018. As today, VP doesn’t have a single win in their achievements for the year, except for their WESG Poland qualifiers.

Deepak Ojha
Deepak Ojha
Founding Editor, TalkEsport
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