ENCE and mousesports return to the top 10 in latest ranking changes

This week’s top 30 CSGO global ranking changes by HLTV feature mousesports and ENCE returning to the top 10. Also, TYLOO continues to climb the ladder, as the Chinese powerhouse has hit spot number nineteen.

#8: mousesports are back following Asia Championships

This European medley has impressed at CSGO Asia Championships after defeating ENCE in the grand finale. The result was a first-ever S-tier LAN win for both Özgür “woxic” Eker and the youngster David “frozen” Čerňanský. After quite a dry spell in victories, mousesports are now back in the top 10. It looks like they are getting hot before the huge ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals coming up in December. After this triumph, mousesports will surely put up quite the fight in Denmark.

#10: ENCE yet to find their drive with suNny

Following the team’s decision to sign Miikka “suNny” Kemppi and ultimately bench Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen, the team has failed to achieve a victory. They came close after reaching the aforementioned final but ultimately failed to deliver against mousesports. Nevertheless, their road to the finale has boosted them four places higher in the ranking, making them the closing team of the top 10 list.

Despite many big events coming up in December, we will only see the Finns compete in Malta at Champions Cup Finals with the likes of G2 and BIG. If the team can secure a win there, then surely they will end the year among the top 10 teams.

Is suNny the right choice for ENCE?

#19: TYLOO continue their climb

TYLOO have only recently broken into the top 30 ranking due to their eXTREMESLAND 2019 Asia Finals victory. Lately, the Chinese squad has also topped their group and made it to the semi-finals of CSGO Asia Championships on home turf. Despite failing to overcome the champions of the event, mousesports, TYLOO were a positive surprise in Shanghai. The results from both events combined have taken the Chinese higher by seven places. They now occupy slot #19. Like mousesports, TYLOO will attend ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, where they will have an opportunity to prove that Chinese Counter-Strike has a place in the top rankings.

What do you think of this week’s top 30 global ranking changes in CSGO? Let us know down in the comments. As always, remember to follow us at Daily Esports for all your latest news in CSGO.

Naim Rosinski
A semi-competitve Counter-Strike fanatic that indulges in following the esports scene. Attended IEM Katowice 2019 as press and has a passion for esports, tech and traditional sports. If a game gives me a gun and I can shoot at others, then I probably played it. Currently playing CSGO and Valorant.

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