The play-offs for the latest DreamHack tourney have begun and we have once again brought you the most recent stats and betting predictions of the teams playing on the 28th of January.
Dream Hack Open CS:GO – 2021 on 28 January
01/28/21 DreamHack Open CS:GO Winter 2020 Tips
BIG vs. HellRaisers
The last time Team Big and HellRaisers participated in a match was at the ESEA MDL Season 33 Europe tournament on the 20th of February 2020 where Big won at a score of 16 – 11:
- Map 1 – Mirage: Team Big – 16 and HellRaisers – 11
Player “k1to” from Big got 4 AK kills (3 HS) on the bombsite A in a 3v5 post-plant situation; secondly, his 1v3 clutch attempt in a CT – post-plant situation was denied by the final T, by Player “nukkye” of HellRaisers.
Of past encounters, the two have met 13 times where Big won 7 times and Hellraisers won the other 6.
Big’s best map is Vertigo with a 90% win-rate over the past three months while HellRaisers’ best map is Train with a 72% win-rate.
Team BIG is the better choice; Team BIG will win!
FunPlus Phoenix vs. Evil Geniuses
FunPlus Phoenix and Evil Geniuses have never played against one another before, this will be their first match.
FunPlus Phoenix’s last match was against Gen.G at the Flashpoint 1 tournament on the 11th of April 2020 where Gen.G won at a score of 2 – 0:
- Map 1 – Mirage: FunPlus Phoenix – 14 and Gen.G – 16
- Map 2 – Inferno: FunPlus Phoenix – 10 and Gen.G – 16
In the second map, Player “mitch” (CT) of FunPlus Phoenix won the 1v2 situation but could not secure the round win as the bomb timer was not in his favor.
Also in the second map, Player “koosta” From Gen.G (T – AK) won the 1v1 pre-plant duel with ptr (Famas – Alley) to set his team on match point.
Moving towards Evil Geniuses’ last match, it was against Team Liquid at the BLAST Premier Global Final 2020 tournament on the 22nd of January 2021 where Liquid won at a score of 2 – 0:
- Map 1 – Inferno: Evil Geniuses – 12 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 2 – Dust II: Evil Geniuses – 8 and Team Liquid – 16
Player “Stanislaw” from Evil Geniuses achieved a 1v2 clutch when the T – bomb was planted after 1 clutch kill in the pistol round.
Evil Geniuses’ best map is Nuke with a 75% win-rate over the past three months while FunPlus Phoenix’s best map is also with a 100% win-rate.
Evil Geniuses is tipped to win
Gambit Esports vs. Sprout
The two team’s last match was at the IEM Sydney 2019 Europe Open Qualifier 2 tournament on the 3rd of February 2019 where Gambit won at a score of 16 – 2:
- Map 1 – Dust II: Sprout – 3 and Gambit Esports – 16
Gambit Esports and Sprout have participated in 15 matches against each other, 6 of which Gambit won and 9 of which Sprout won.
Gambit’s best maps are Train and Overpass, both with a 100% win-rate over the past three months while Sprout’s best map is Nuke with an 82% win-rate.
Gambit is being supported heavily in this match
Team Spirit vs. forZe
Spirit and forZe’s last match was on the 23rd of August 2020 at the Eden Arena Malta Vibes Cup 8 tournament where Spirit won at a score of 2 – 1:
- Map 1 – Dust II: Spirit – 17 and forZe – 19
- Map 2 – Inferno: Spirit – 16 and forZe – 12
- Map 3 – Overpass: Spirit – 16 and forZe – 4
Spirit removed Vertigo and Mirage and picked Dust II while forZe removed Nuke and Train and picked Inferno, Overpass was leftover.
In the third map, Player “xsepower” achieved 2 M4A1-S HS kills on the bombsite A (offensive) in a 2v2 situation to keep his team, forZe in the match.
The two teams have competed in 27 matches against each other, Spirit won 17 and forZe won the other 10.
Spirit’s best map is Dust II with an 86% win-rate over the past three months while forZe’s best map is Mirage with a 61% win-rate.
We are supporting Team Spirit and suggest you do the same!
Rebirth vs. Extra Salt
Extra Salt and Rebirth have not participated in any matches against each other before.
Rebirth’s last match was against High Coast at the ESEA Winter Cash Cup 3 North America tournament on the 25th of January 2021 where they lost at a score of 2 – 0:
- Map 1 – Overpass: Rebirth – 10 and High Coast – 16
- Map 2 – Mirage: Rebirth – 9 and High Coast – 16
Extra Salt’s most recent match was against paiN Gaming at the DreamHack Open January 2021 North America Closed Qualifier tournament on the 23rd of January 2021 where they won at a score of 2 – 1:
- Map 1 – Inferno: Extra Salt – 19 and paiN Gaming – 17
- Map 2 – Dust II: Extra Salt – 14 and paiN Gaming – 16
- Map 3 – Nuke: Extra Salt – 16 and paiN Gaming – 9
Rebirth’s best map is Mirage with a 50% win-rate over the past three months while Extra Salt’s best map is Nuke with a 100% win-rate.
Extra Salt is highly supported among fans; Extra Salt to win!
The two teams have only played once against one another in a head-to-head match before at the ESEA Summer Cash Cup 4 North America tournament on the 30th of September 2020 where Triumph won at a score of 2 – 0:
- Map 1 – Overpass: Triumph – 16 and paiN – 13
- Map 2 – Inferno: Triumph – 16 and paiN – 6
paiN’s best map is Vertigo with a 100% win-rate over the past three months while Triumph’s best maps are Vertigo and Mirage with 100% win-rates.
We are hoping that paiN Gaming will win!