April 20-23 will host the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament in Los Angeles, California. CSGO-teams will play in the format Double Elimination Bo3 (match up to 2 wins). The tournament budget is big enough for 8 teams $ 150,000 dollars. The organizer of the series of tournaments The Summit – Beyond The Summit. Analysts at Mid.Bet offer you a new overview – 2 players cs_summit, which are worth watching.
Participants in the tournament cs_summit
# Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev (Gambit Esports)
Dauren “AdreN” – quite an exciting figure due to its history. He is a well-qualified player and a consistent strategist, but he never had the opportunity or the right team to uncover his true talent. Kazakhstan has not yet had the capabilities and sufficient number of professional players to create a national team after the dissolution of Astana Dragons. And AdreN simply had no chance to return to the top scene, at least in the CIS region.
But then the case helped. When Natus Vincere broke up with Danilo “Zeus” Teslenko, AdreN had a chance to grow into a decent top-level player. Now his team Gambit Esports thanks to a series of happy accidents has a whole arsenal of interesting players and the main diamond – Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev.
# Simon “twist” Eliasson (GODSENT)
Twist is a strange player. He is certainly talented and preoccupied with the top organization, but so far he has not been seen among the pro-players of the first magnitude.
Allegedly Ninjas in Pajamas regularly calls him into his squad fifth player, but refuses and prefers to play in the team of his friends. For many years he played not small tournaments like a star in different teams of small size. In the end, he had a chance to reach a new level, when Markus “pronax” Wallsten invited him to the roaster GODSENT last year.
Watching the player twist is also due to the fact that his potential is comparable with Patrick “f0rest” Lindberg and even Olof “Olofmeister” Kajbjer. Once twist said that he joined GODSENT just because pronax promised to make him the best player in the world.
Trailer of the tournament in Los Angeles