In CS:GO, people have always competed against each other to rate teams. There are so many tournaments that it is difficult to judge, but what matters is which ones are more important and which ones are less important.

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Instead of making a complicated scoring system and putting my experience into it, I prefer to look at the current form of the teams and use my own analysis and intuition to determine my top 10 CS:GO teams worldwide.

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Offline tournaments are the only ones I consider. In general, I think that the results of the team at the beginning of the three-month period are a little less important than the last few tournaments. Results, consistency, current form and the opponents they face – all these factors are assessed and taken into account.

Below is my CS:GO Top 10 World Team Ranking:

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10. Team Dignitas (Pimp, Nico, aizy, Kjaerbye and MSL)

last form:

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Dreamhack Tours (3rd-4th place)
Dreamhack Summer (place 5-8)
Gfinity Summer Masters I (3rd-4th place)
Acer Predator Masters (4th place)
ESL One Cologne EU Qualifier (not qualified)

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Dignitas’ most recent BO3 wins were against Titans, and most other teams have more – e.g. Dignitas is only in trouble because they don’t qualify for major tournaments and don’t get invited often. Dignitas still has a chance to break out in the upcoming tournaments.

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9. HellRaisers (Dosia, mou, ANGE1, kucher and AdreN)

last form:

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Dreamhack Tours (3rd-4th place)
Fragbite Masters Season 4 (4th place)
StarSeries XIII (6th Place)
Acer Predator Masters (1st place)
ESL One Cologne EU Qualifier (not qualified)

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HellRaisers almost never win BO3s. All they get is some good moves in BO1, although they recently beat mouz in bo7 where mouz had a one card advantage. It was really a great achievement for this team, even though APM was not a big tournament, but the presence of TSM, Dignitas and Mouz gave it some importance. It was HellRaisers who defeated all those teams there and gave them the win.

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8. mouse sport (nex, ChrisJ, Denis, Spiidi and gob b)

last form:

Gfinity Summer Masters I (3rd-4th place)
CEVO-P S7 Final (3rd-4th place)
Acer Predator Masters (2nd place)

They only have three tournaments so far, but even for such a small number they haven’t played badly. This is a team that loves to grow. They treat every trip to the tournament just like a trip. In CEVO they even managed to get a second place, but after a nice fight with C9 – the Americans won. At Gfinity they won BO3 against Virtus.pro which was a big surprise for all esports fans. Mouz really has another chance to make something big in sports. Let’s see what happens.

7. Ninjas in pajamas (GeT_RiGhT, f0rest, friberg, Xizt and allu)

last form:

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Gfinity Spring Masters II (5th-10th place)
Dreamhack Summer (3rd-4th place)
Gfinity Summer Masters I (2nd place)
ESWC (5th-8th place)
FACEIT Stage 2 Final (5th-6th place)

NiP has really stopped playing lately and you hardly see them in the esports scene anymore. In the last three months they only hosted Gfinity where they finished second and then at least fourth. NIP has never been weaker than now, which gives them this place in this ranking. See: In three months, NIP has won only one BO3, namely Dignitas, which occupies the last place in this ranking. They did it on Gfinity.

6. EnVyUs (kennyS, Happy, kioShiMa, apEX and NBK)

last form:

Dreamhack Tours (2nd place)
Gfinity Spring Masters II (5th-10th place)
StarSeries XIII (2nd Place)
Gfinity Summer Masters I (1st place)
ESL ESEA ProLeague S1 (5th-6th place)
ESWC (3rd-4th place)

The new series of EnVyus have already played together. The team brought top players in its team. Changing 40% of the roster really has a big impact on the game. We still don’t know what Envy will show this season with the new team, but we can expect something from them. For now, I’ll leave her in sixth place in the top 10.

5. Virtus.pro (Snax, Byali, Pasha, NEO and TaZ)

last form:

Gfinity Spring Masters II (2nd place)
Gfinity Summer Masters I (5th-6th place)
ESL ESEA ProLeague S1 (3rd-4th place)
FACEIT Phase 2 Finals (7th-8th place)
CEVO-P S7 Final (1st place)

The last victorious tournament for Virtusow was CEVO. It was the perfect time to beat them on the leaderboard. At CEVO, they easily defeated NaVi and C9 in BO3. Two finals and three top 3 placements. VP started doing something to look like this VP a few years ago. They are not a threat to the best teams at the moment, but they could be soon – once they are back in form.

4. Cloud9 (Skadoodle, Shroud, nothing, fREAKAZOiD and mobs)

last form:

Gfinity Spring Masters II (7th-8th place)
Gfinity Summer Masters I (7th-8th place)
ESL ESEA ProLeague S1 (2nd)
ESWC (2nd place)
FACEIT Phase 2 Final (2nd place)
CEVO-P S7 Final (3rd-4th place)
ESL One Cologne NA Qualifier (Qualified)

C9 easily took fourth place in this top. CEVO was a disappointment for the team, they got out of shape at the worst moment and could have easily made it to the final. They defeated mouz in the group, but were then eliminated by Virtus.Pro in the semi-finals. They played four more good tournaments, but this time without any visible streak.

3. Team SoloMid (Device, Dupreeh, Cajunb, Xyp9x and Karrigan)

last form:

Fragbite Masters Season 4 (1st place)
ESL ESEA ProLeague S1 (7th-8th place)
FACEIT Stage 2 Final (1st Place)
Acer Predator Masters (7th-8th place)

TSM didn’t show anything at the last Acer Predator Masters tournament and we haven’t seen much of them in 2015. Their last place at ESL ESEA was because they lost two BO1s, one of them to Fnatic. In three months, TSM won two championships in offline tournaments. Now only the Danes have two wins against Faceit and Fragbite. You need to add more wins in LAN tournaments to catch up with NaVi.

2. Na`Vi (GuardiaN, Edward, Seised, Flamie and Zeus)

last form:

Gfinity Spring Masters II (3rd-4th place)
Fragbite Masters Season 4 (3rd place)
Dreamhack Summer (2nd place)
StarSeries XIII (1st place)
ESWC (1st place)
FACEIT Phase 2 Finals (3rd-4th place)
CEVO-P S7 Final (2nd place)

The incredibly led Ukraine’s Na’Vi seem to have fallen a bit, but as a team they are still in great shape. They have reached four finals in seven tournaments in the past three months. Her performance allowed TSM to easily move up to third place.

1. FNATIC (KRiMZ, JW, olofm, Flusha and Pronax)

last form:

Dreamhack Tours (1st place)
Gfinity Spring Masters II (1st place)
Fragbite Masters Season 4 (2nd place)
Dreamhack Summer (1st Place)
ESL ESEA ProLeague S1 (1st)
FACEIT Phase 2 Finals (3rd-4th place)

Fnatic started their super match after winning on IOS Pantamera and then won in Katowice. Winning their first Major with this series cemented them as the top CS:GO team in the world. Fnatic currently has one of the best teams with Olofmaister at the helm. It’s still the Fnatic era, ladies and gentlemen.

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