Last Updated on September 9, 2022 1:27 pm by Erwin Noguera
The CS:GO ESL Pro League Group Stage has just hit halfway into the second week, and we are going to dive into the matches that we will get for matchday number 10.
Every single matchday we get six teams to show up for three matches, so we will dive into each of them daily.
CS:GO ESL Pro League Matchday 10 Preview – Event Preview, Schedule & Info
When: Sunday, September 11th.
For The Win Esports vs. MIBR (12:30 PM PT)
G2 Esports vs. Outsiders (12:30 PM PT)
FaZe Clan vs. BIG (12:30 PM PT)
Where Can I Watch? Official CS:GO Streams
Where Can Stream? www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo
For The Win Esports vs. MIBR
MIBR will provide some fun, as South Americans are known for doing so. With the addition of Henrique “HEN1” Teles they should bring even more to the table.
HEN1’s always been a wild AWPer, which makes up for the fact he uses the gun in the first place.
Jhonatan “JOTA” Willian and Breno “brnz4n” Poletto look to be future stars and can be hugely impactful in their respective roles too.
If there’s a dark horse for Group B, it’s MIBR.
FTW Esports is expected to be a free win for just about everyone in Group B.
Oh, and they went on a miracle run to qualify for the event just to remove two of their players a week later.
Needless to say, we have MIBR on this one.
G2 Esports vs. Outsiders
G2 is probably the most interesting team in this group.
After recently undergoing huge changes with the signings of Justin “jks” Savage and Rasmus “HooXi” Nielsen, G2 disappointed everyone in the BLAST Fall Groups.
Jks was a worry in particular, while HooXi proved everyone’s concerns about his fragging ability, or lack of, to be correct.
Outsiders, who haven’t been relevant since Mareks “YEKINDAR” Galinskis left.
Dzhami “Jame” Ali also clogs up this team with a rancid playstyle.
The only thing we dislike more than AWPers here is baiting AWPers.
G2 will likely take the victory in this match.
FaZe Clan vs. BIG
The obvious favorite is FaZe.
They’ve been the best team in the world this year, and have won the three biggest tournaments of the year thus far.
BIG is great in Online events, but always much to be desired on LAN.
That being said, there’s also nothing overtly wrong with them.
Johannes “tabseN” Wodarz is a great rifle and Florian “syrsoN” Rische is one of the more fun to watch AWPers in the world when he wants to be.
The problem with BIG is that they’re just ‘fine’. They’re not good, they’re not bad, they’re fine.
There’s nothing worse than being fine, and FaZe is going to put the hurt on them.