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Top 10 female CS:GO players 2017/2018

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After Intel Challenge Katowice 2018 ended and with Copenhagen Games on the horizon, we wanted to take a closer look at the female players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Based on statistics from the past year we have listed the world's top 10 ladies.
The players on the list have been ranked via their ratings on hltv.org. In order to secure a spot on this list, the profile must be an active player and must have played at least 15 official maps since January 1st, 2017. We have chosen to go back an entire year since the ladies are usually not particularly active in the scene as a whole.

We have also chosen to leave Michaela "mimi" Lintrup out of the list since the Danish player has not played actively since the Nordic WESG qualifier. She is currently focusing on a streaming career but would have secured a ninth place on the list with her 1.18 rating if she was still active.

Challengers

The challenging players run from ten to six, going from lowest rating to highest. However, this does not mean that they can be classified as the worst on the list since the year has just begun and they can all climb the rankings during the course of the year.

10. Kelly "kllyVe" VerhaegenSingularity Female
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
36+761.131.15

9. Lily "ProMise9k" ChenCounter Logic Gaming Red
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
19+381.131.17

8. Amanda "rain" SmithTeam Dignitas Female
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
41+781.121.19

7. Meyssa "Missa" BellouatiLego
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
24+901.241.19

6. Petra "Petra" StokerSingularity Female
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
27+921.241.22

Legends

Those who ended up five to one on the list are the world's best players and have gotten a "legend" status. These players have proved stronger than everyone else in the past year, but the challengers will be looking to perform well over the course of the year and steal a spot in the top five.

5. Catherine "CAth" LerouxThose Damn Canadians

Canadian Catherine "CAth" Leroux may not play actively in any of the top teams anymore, since she was released from Team Dignitas in November 2017, but she has proven strong on the field after all. She was one of the key players in Those Damn Canadians that secured a spot in the WESG finals late last year. During her time in Dignitas, she helped the team to a top spot during both Copenhagen Games and Intel Challenge Katowice 2017.
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
34+1061.191.23

4. Julia "juliano" KiranRES Gaming

She is one of the core members of RES Gaming and has proven strong on the server over the years. Julia "juliano" Kiran has been at the top for a few years and her team has been winning most of the female tournaments in the world. This year's edition of Intel Challenge Katowice turned out to be disappointing for her team, as they ended up in third place.
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
45+2111.311.24

3. Zainab "zAAz" TurkieRES Gaming

Zainab "zAAz" Turkie has also stayed on top over the years and is one of the most legendary players on the list. She has, along with Kiran, secured first place during almost all tournaments and has consistently shown that she belongs at the top. But, like her Swedish teammate, had to get the taste of a loss during this year's Polish tournament. In addition to her ups and downs with RES, she was able to secure a spot in the WESG finals with Kiran in Team Sweden.
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
45+1921.271.25

2. Mounira "GooseBreeder" DobieTeam Dignitas Female
Bildkälla: ESWC
Source: ESWC

An outstanding performance at Intel Challenge Katowice 2018 helped Mounira "GooseBreeder" Dobie to secure the second place in the world rankings. The Canadian Dignitas player undoubtedly deserves her spot on the list because of her "flusha reputation", that is, she alone can turn a whole match in the favor of her team. She was one of the key players during both the win in Katowice and at Girlgamer Esports Festival 2017.
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
41+1641.251.27

1. Ksenia "vilga" KluenkovaRES Gaming

At first place Russian Ksenia "vilga" Kluenkova stands strong as the world's best female player. She helped the former Secret squad to win major tournaments such as Intel Challenge Katowice 2017, ESU Masters and Copenhagen Games. In spite of their loss, she was one of the top performing players during this year's stop in Katowice. Aside from the successes with her main team, she has proven to be strong without a large part of them as she was able to secure a spot in the WESG finals with Russian Forces.
MapsK/D DiffK/D RatioRating 2.0
47+2601.341.33

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