HLTV updates its CS:GO world rankings

HLTV updates its CS:GO world rankings

One of the most trusted sources of CS:GO news, Half-Life Television, has updated its CS:GO world rankings. Whilst the top 5 of Astralis, NAVI, Virtus.pro, Gambit and Team Vitality remains unchanged, they’ve been quite a few changes further down the standings. Heroic, FaZe and MIBR have each moved up a place, whilst Complexity and Movistar Riders have climbed two places. On the other hand, FURIA, G2, Evil Geniuses and OG have all slipped a place, whereas both Sinners and Nemiga have both dropped 2 places.

The biggest success stories were Copenhagen Flames (30th) and HAVU (27th), who climbed 30 and 28 places in the rankings respectively.

The world’s top-30 CS:GO teams, according to HLTV as of 08/03/2021, are as follows:

#1 — Astralis (888 points)
#2 — Natus Vincere (831 points)
#3 — Virtus.pro (594 points)
#4 — Gambit (570 points)
#5 — Team Vitality (561 points)
#6 — Team Liquid (525 points)
#7 — BIG (486 points)
#8 — Team Spirit (440 points)
#9 — Complexity (301 points)
#10 — FURIA (288 points)
#11 — G2 (253 points)
#12 — NIP (246 points)
#13 — Heroic (256 points)
#14 — Evil Geniuses (224 points)
#15 — mousesports (210 points)
#16 — fnatic (198 points)
#17 — FaZe (196 points)
#18 — OG (187 points)
#19 — FunPlus Phoenix (183 points)
#20 — Cloud9 (116 points)
#21 — Sprout (109 points)
#22 — Winstrike (90 points)
#23 — SAW (82 points)
#24 — Extra Salt (74 points)
#25 — Movistar Riders (73 points)
#26 — Sinners (72 points)
#27 — HAVU (68 points)
#28 — Nemiga (68 points)
#29 — MIBR (67 points)
#30 — Copenhagen Flames (65 points)

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