CS:GO rankings: ECS Season 7 Finals & ESL Pro League Season 9

Jun 27 2019 2 min read

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Esports Kingdom have released yet another tier ranking for CS:GO, covering the recently concluded big leagues. During both ESL Pro League Season 9 and Esports Championship Series Season 7 Finals, many teams underperformed. This led to more than a few drops while others were mostly just consistent with their past performance. 

S-Tier

No teams made it this time because none has shown the ability to keep consistently winning. 

A-Tier

Astralis, Team Liquid and ENCE remain where they were in the last ranking. With their skill level, they easily dominate the teams in lower tiers. 

B-Tier

FaZe, Vitality, NRG, mousesports and Furia do not budget either, but Natus Vincere drops down to B-Tier due to its inability to rub shoulders with the A-Tier teams. G2 put up a good show, especially against Team Liquid and even managed to make it to the Grand Finals. It deserves its new spot in B-Tier. 

C-Tier

MIBR, Ninjas in Pyjamas and Fnatic all drop down to C-Tier due to poor performance, roster changes and general inconsistency. Renegades and North remain where they were last time. 

D-Tier

CR4ZY, Windigo, Heroic, Cloud9, Grayhound and OpTic Gaming all maintain their D-rank. BIG, Hellraisers and AVANGAR all drop down from C-Tier due to poor performance. Newcomers Team Ancient and GamerLegion enter the ranking at D-Tier alongside Complexity’s re-entry. 

Both MVP PK and Ghost Gaming have once more dropped out of the rankings this time. 


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