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Fantasy Esports Picks: CS:GO (Counter Strike: Global Offensive) CS Summit EU Top DraftKings DFS Targets for June 29

The European edition of the CS Summit heats up this week with a packed schedule. With four more games scheduled for Monday, we take a look at some potential considerations for your DraftKings CS:GO roster. The slate locks at 9:00 a.m. ET. Set your DraftKings lineups here: CS:GO $60K…

The European edition of the CS Summit heats up this week with a packed schedule. With four more games scheduled for Monday, we take a look at some potential considerations for your DraftKings CS:GO roster. The slate locks at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Set your DraftKings lineups here: CS:GO $60K Quickscope [$15K to 1st] (CS Summit EU)


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Captain

Zywoo ($15,000)


Zywoo’s stock is slowly rising as the world’s best player. He had 44 kills and 23 deaths against North in another astounding individual performance. He even had an ADR of 100.1 and a KAST of 84%, highest among both teams in these metrics. He is rightly the most expensive player in this slate, and is also an easy choice for Captain.

Others to consider: Brollan ($13,200)


High-priced flex options

syrsoN ($8,600)


syrsoN put in yet another sensational performance against Faze, his fourth in succession. He led BIG to another straight-map win against Faze with 43 kills and 30 deaths with an ADR of 85.2. He has quickly proved himself as one of the best players in this sport – in both pistols and long-range weapons – currently in operation, at least based on the form he has displayed in these last few months.

Brollan ($8,800)
Fnatic relies on Brollan for production. He is slowly being looked at as their leader from an offensive output standpoint. He used a combination of his skill and form to register 44 kills and 32 deaths against G2 in a tough fixture on Sunday to help Fnatic win without dropping a map. That was done with a damage output per round of 92.7.

Mantuu ($8,400)
OG played on Sunday in the DreamHack Open Summer closed qualifier. They razed Saw 2-0. Mantuu led again with a smashing performance that saw him rack up 40 kills with just 13 deaths. He has been a force with the AWP, even against some of the better teams in the world, as was evidenced from the CS Summit games in this last week.

Others to consider: Aizy ($9,400).


Value flex options

Farlig ($8,200)


Farlig’s recent trade to Godsent from Copenhagen Flames is a fantastic move for the young athlete. He will play more against some of the best in the world. That’s where he will find his own place and style in CS:GO. And he has already done that. Case in point was Godsent’s previous game against G2, where Farlig led the production with 53 kills and 33 deaths with an ADR of 100.5.

Flusha ($7,200)
Considering Fnatic’s recent form, stacking isn’t a bad strategy. They’ve thrashed good teams in Mousesports and G2 in the space of a few days without much hassle. Flusha had 38 kills and 37 deaths against G2, but if Fnatic can keep up their momentum, then there could be potential bonus points for Flusha.

Others to consider: Plopski ($7,400), TabseN ($7,800)

Set your DraftKings lineups here: CS:GO $60K Quickscope [$15K to 1st] (CS Summit EU)


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Nikhil Kalro is the Founder and CEO of Altletics Esports.