Electronic Sets a New Personal Record Against Heroic at ESL Pro League

Electronic Sets a New Personal Record Against Heroic at ESL Pro League

Aditya Singh Rawat
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  • Electronic pulls off a career-best performance on Inferno against Heroic by achieving a 2.38 rating.
  • This is his highest rated performance against a top-twenty team.
  • With this win Na'Vi becomes the first team to secure a slot in the grand finals of ESL Pro League S12.

Na’Vi stormed into the grand finals of ESL Pro League Season 12 - Europe yesterday after handing Heroic a crushing ‘2-0’ defeat and for a change, the MVP for the winning side was a Denis "electronic" Sharipov who led Na’Vi from the front on both Inferno and Mirage. In fact, the 22-year-old was in such great form that he pulled off his career-best performance against a top-twenty team (HLTV rankings) on Inferno to set a new personal record with a stunning 2.38 rating.

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Electronic Slams Heroic Hard To Set A New Personal Record

The chants whenever Na’Vi plays is usually the loudest for their star player Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev but this was not the case yesterday as electronic took charge of the situation. The Russian rifler was in stellar shape as he put up a dominating performance in the first map against Heroic. He took a total of 32 frags on the map with just 8 deaths to attain a mind-blowing rating of 2.38 and if these stats were intimidating, you should have seen him on the server!

This is the highest rating electronic has managed to achieve in his career against a top-twenty team (HLTV rankings). The Russian either woke up on the right side or ate something really special because the way he dominated Heroic on Inferno was unbelievable.

And his insane run did not just stop there as he went on to continue his domination on Mirage as well, posting a solid 1.43 rating with an ADR of almost 86. A smooth 1v3 clutch to win Na’Vi the 8th round was electronic’s highlight moment from yesterday and goes on to show what terrific form he was in.

Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.