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DFS lineup strategy for July 1st CS:GO (CS Summit) slate

Nikhil Kalro shares his targets for Wednesday’s CS Summit DraftKings DFS slate, which locks at 12:00 p.m. ET.

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The CS Summit games continue to come at a rapid pace. With four more scheduled in DraftKings’ main CS:GO slate on Wednesday, we break down options for Captain as well as flex positions on your roster.

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Captain

Niko ($13,800)

Faze was beaten again on Tuesday but Niko led their challenge with another solid performance. In short, nothing has changed in the past few weeks for Faze. Niko had 46 kills and 35 deaths with an ADR of 89.9 and a KAST of 77.6%. He should have a much easier game on Wednesday against Movistar Riders.

Others to consider: Brollan ($13,500)

High-priced flex options

Brollan ($9,000)
Ninjas in Pyjamas just couldn’t stop Fnatic and Brollan in their previous encounter. Brollan was in fantastic offensive rhythm, adding 62 kills and 41 deaths with a game-leading damage output per round of 89.4. Brollan has been in similar form right through this year, holding Fnatic together during tough and pleasant times. He has averaged 57.1 DKFP per game.

syrsoN ($8,800)
BIG’s ascent up the CS:GO rankings can be attributed, in part, to syrsoN. He has been arguably the team’s most potent killing weapon. That’s how he has averaged 65 DKFP per game, which is quite high as it has taken place over a sustained period of time. Considering both syrsoN and BIG’s form, it might be prudent to look at him for your flex positions.

Hunter- ($8,400)
With 59 kills, Hunter- led both teams in offensive production in G2’s previous game against Movistar Riders on Tuesday. He finally regained some of his lost momentum, which coincided with G2’s dramatic slip down the pecking order. In this game, he even had an ace (all five kills in a single round) in the first map.

Others to consider: Allu ($8,600).

Value flex options

Brehze ($7,400)
It’s quite surprising to see Brehze’s fall. He has been one of the most consistent players for Evil Geniuses but form is everything when it comes to fantasy selection. However, skill does also play a part. Brehze hasn’t lost his quality, just his form. That presents a unique opportunity to draft him at an unprecedented price of $7,400.

Coldzera ($7,200)
Coldzera didn’t have a good game on Tuesday against ENCE. He has been underwhelming in the past few weeks for Faze. He will be the first to admit his performances have let the team down on numerous occasions. But that’s the nature of CS:GO. He has an opportunity to return to his fluent best when Faze goes up against Movistar Riders.

Others to consider: Broky ($8,000), Krimz ($7,000).


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Nikhil Kalro is the Founder and CEO of Altletics Esports.