29 March 2016 - 09:41
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MLG Columbus: Event Predictions

Here are the event predictions from our in-house CS:GO fans.
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A bunch of people here at eSportsNation have their predictions for MLG Columbus and we are sure that some of them are going to aggravate you to fullest. So, if you have any disagreements with what we have predicted, be sure to direct them to our Twitters.

First up is @esn_Jamie and he handles the social media side of things here at ESN and features some interesting choices:

  1. Fnatic
  2. Team EnVyUs
  3. Luminosity Gaming
  4. Natus Vincere
  5. Ninjas in Pajamas
  6. FaZe
  7. Virtus.pro
  8. Cloud9

@_JakeMiles is a designer, a troll and we are sure that his predictions will trigger all of you diehard fans:

  1. Splyce
  2. Cloud9
  3. Fnatic
  4. Team EnVyUs
  5. Ninjas in Pajamas
  6. Natus Vincere
  7. Luminosity Gaming
  8. Counter Logic Gaming

@ESN_Max is the newly appointed head of the Counter Strike: Global Offensive division, as well a member of both the writing and social media groups. His predictions are as follows:

  1. Fnatic
  2. Natus Vincere
  3. Team EnVyUs
  4. Luminosity Gaming
  5. FaZe
  6. Astralis
  7. Team Liquid
  8. mouseports

@ScottyOnPC is another prominent force in our CS:GO division, and is the go-to guy on the social media side. His predictions are:  

  1. Fnatic
  2. Astralis
  3. Natus Vincere
  4. Team EnVyUs
  5. Luminosity Gaming
  6. Ninjas in Pajamas
  7. Cloud9
  8. FaZe

@esn_dyl is another content writer who decided to share his thoughts on the final placings. His top eight is:

  1. Fnatic
  2. Natus Vincere
  3. Luminosity Gaming
  4. Astralis
  5. FaZe
  6. Virtus.pro
  7. EnVyUs
  8. Ninjas in Pajamas

Last, but definitely not least, is writer @esn_tnm. He focuses on mainly CS:GO, has an awesome alias and is the best British employee at ESN. Joking aside, here is the top eight:

  1. Fnatic
  2. Natus Vincere
  3. Luminosity
  4. Astralis
  5. Team EnVyUs
  6. Ninjas in Pajamas
  7. FaZe
  8. Virtus.pro


 

As mentioned before, if you believe any of our predictors are wrong, make sure to light up their Twitter feeds. More importantly, let us know your predictions by leaving them in the comments or tweeting us @eSportsNation.

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