Ropz became the Thunderpick World Championship 2023 MVP

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Ropz became the Thunderpick World Championship 2023 MVP

After an epic event, Ropz became the Thunderpick World Championship 2023 MVP.

In case you have missed our Thunderpick World Championship 2023 review, this event featured a lot of big Dota 2 teams. Despite the fact that it was an online event, 16 of the best teams played for a $500K prize pool. In the end, FaZe Clan was above the rest and brought home a $250,000 reward.

Following the end of the tournament, we also learned that Robin “ropz” Kool became the MVP of the tournament. Those who followed the event up close are probably not surprised because the player was on another level and helped FaZe win the competition.

Ropz is the Thunderpick World Championship 2023 MVP

With a total of around 1.31 event rating and 1.43 rating in the Grand Finals, ropz became the MVP Of the Thunderpick World Championship 2023. The player’s progress following CS2’s arrival has been impressive, and he slowly but steadily becomes one of the best players in the world.

Ropz is famous for being really innovative when it comes down to using nades. We saw this several times throughout the event, especially in the Grand Finals.  FaZe was losing 1-8, but thanks to ropz and his incredible performance, the team was able to bounce back and eventually win the tournament.

What’s next?

After winning the Thunderpick World Championship 2023, the next challenge for FaZe Clan is the CS Asia Championship 2023, which begins a few days from now. This is definitely an event that deserves more attention because CS2 fans worldwide will have the chance to watch a lot of the big names in action. Keep in mind the tournament starts on November 8, and it will have a $500K prize pool. Interestingly, there will only be 8 teams to keep an eye on and the event will be in Shanghai.

Ropz became the Thunderpick World Championship 2023 MVP
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.