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Filip "Neo" Kubski MVP of IEM5 World Championship 2011

By YURI[t] 'nikof47' ★
Mar 15, 2011 23:25

Frag eXecutors' Filip "Neo" Kubski has been chosen by the public, journalists and his colleagues as the MVP of IEM5 World Championship. In addition to revealing the MVP, we will also present the All-Star lineup which contains four other players whose performances caught the audience's attention.

As you are probably used to by now, we are continuing to give individual recognition to players after a tournament (like we did after IEM5 European Finals and WGF). This time we asked the public for an opinion about the Most Valuable Player and the All-Star lineup of IEM5 World Championship and we collected over 4100 votes (in this article). We have also asked the players who participated in the tournament, as well as journalists from various websites (34 players and 19 journalists), and their votes will represent the experts' half of the result.


The MVP (Most Valuable Player) of one of the most prestigious tournaments of the year, IEM5 World Championship, is Filip "Neo" Kubski from Frag eXecutors. A big majority of the voters picked him over the other four nominees, especially in the "experts" side of the vote where he was chosen 67% of times. He was also the first choice of the public with 47% of the MVP votes.

Even though Kubski's team didn't win the tournament, he won his first MVP title this year after recently finishing as a runner up in the MVP vote for IEM5 European Finals behind Richard "Xizt" Landström. But now, after taking his team to 2nd place, he was voted in front of players like Ioan "Edward" Sukhariev and Yegor "markeloff" Markelov, the pair that led Natus Vincere to victory.

At this tournament, Kubski was the second best rated player (1.21 rating), he was top rated in 5 maps (the most of all players), won 6 clutch rounds (nobody won more) and he was the 2nd best in pistol rounds. He particularly excelled in the quarter-final match against fnatic (1.41 rating) and in the semi-final versus SK Gaming (1.15 rating), leading his team to the grand final.

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