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BIG CS:GO team

BIG Line-up

XANTARES - player of BIG
+150 -60
XANTARES
Can Dörtkardeş
nex - player of BIG
+44 -4
nex
Johannes Maget
tabseN - player of BIG
+110 -10
tabseN
Johannes Wodarz
tiziaN - player of BIG
+262 -101
tiziaN
Tizian Feldbusch
smooya - player of BIG
+137 -124
smooya
Owen Butterfield
Last_5_games
40% Wins
60% Losses
Last_10_games
50% Wins
50% Losses
Last month
59% Wins
41% Losses
Last year
49% Wins
51% Losses

Events with BIG

Upcoming events

Past events

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $25,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Polish tournament for $100,000

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 + 2 spots at StarLadder Major 2019

A Minor tournament, which will take place in Germany, for European teams.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $75,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

The CS:GO tournament for $500,000, that will take place in Shanghai, China.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

The first CS:GO Major tournament in 2019.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot at IEM Sydney

The closed qualifiers in Europe are hosted online on February 6-8. The only one participant will advance to LAN-final.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000

The $150,000 tournament with four participants.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000

SuperNova Malta 2018 will take place in Saint Julian’s, Malta from November 29 to December 2.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $150,000

This championship will become the first in November and will be hosted in the mansion Summit House, which is located on the edge of Los Angeles.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 7 Spots at LAN-Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 8 spots at FACEIT Major 2018
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot at ESL One New York
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in Closed Qualifier
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $200,000 USD

ESL Tournament with $200,000

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot in ESL Pro League
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $75,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $10,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,500,000

One of the biggest CS:GO tournaments in 2018.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 4 spots at IEM Katowice
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots at Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

DreamHack Winter 2017 – an annual regular CS:GO championship from DreamHack

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $92,500

Regional LAN-final for european teams. $92,500 and 12 invites to LAN-final will be raffled off between 20 participants. WESG 2017 will come in march 2018.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $59 000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot to EPICENTER 2017 - Wild Card
counterstrike
Prize Pool: € 200,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 with € 200,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000 & 6 spots to Finals

Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 8 spots to PGL Major Krakow 2017

Offline Qualifier for best teams of Minor-championships and teams, wich take held 9-16 place in The ELEAGUE Major 2017.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000 on main event

Quialifier for european teams on ESL One Cologne 2017.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000

Regular tournament for the best teams of ESEA Premier League with $50,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $10,000

Minor tournament for Tier-3 teams with $10,000 prize pool.

In brief:

The history of the creation of the tag BIG started in 2016. Gob b and LEGIJA joined NRG eSports on January 22. Since then, the esportsmen have played under the tag NRG for almost a year. Tabsen became a part of the team NRG at the end of May. At the beginning of 2017, the German trio left the ranks of NRG eSports and created a new tag — Berlin International Gaming (BIG). Johannes “nex” Maget and keev joined the team on January 2, the day of the creation of BIG. Two weeks later, BIG went to DreamHack Open Leipzig 2017 and held the second place there. The Germans were not able to show significant results during a few months. In the middle of June, BIG placed first at the European Minor championship at PGL Krakow Major 2017 and held the 5th-8th place in the final stage of the Major tournament. BIG went to DreamHack Open Denver 2017 three months later and placed second.

At the beginning of 2018, BIG understand that they need some changes to overcome their level. LEGIJA became a coach instead of kakafu on February 5 and the team started searching for the fifth player. On February 11, tiziaN, had been representing the tag ALTERNATE aTTaX for two years before, joined the team. LuckeRRR was taken on a trial period on the same day. The Germans hadn't shown good results before May 2018. In May, the decision was made to release the trial player from his responsibilities, after which luckeRRR moved to Fnatic Academy and smooya, an English esportaman, held his position, who previously used to play for Epsilon eSports. In May 2018, BIG became a champion of a more or less significant tournament, ESEA Season 27 Global Challenge, for the first time. They had prevailed at ESL Meisterschaft 2017 previously but the level of the tournament was far from ESEA #27 GC. ESL One Cologne 2018 was hosted in Cologne in July 2018, where BIG managed to achieve an incredible result with a help of the crowd and almost won Natus Vincere in the final. Unfortunately, the road to the victory was over for the Germans at the finish line. BIG earned a money prize in the sum of $50,000 for their efforts. Due to good results, BIG changed their place in the rate by HLTV, having moved from the usually-held 25th-30th to the top 10 best CS:GO rosters in the world. Three months later, BIG took part in the second Major tournament and placed 5th-8th, having earned $35,000 as a reward.

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Bookmakers

Ongoing CS:GO events


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$100,000
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Upcoming CS:GO events


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$500,000
Prize Pool

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$100,000
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$750,000
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$500,000
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$100,000 USD
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$500,000
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