FaZe vs Heroic Betting Tips, Analysis and Predictions

Published: Dec 12, 2023

The best CS2 team in the world kicks off Group B, as FaZe take on Heroic, with both teams fielding new-look squads.

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Despite FaZe’s CS2 era of domination coming to an end at BLAST Fall Finals, the international roster is still among the best teams in the world and one of the favourites to take home the lion’s share of the $1.000.000 prize pool. However, they’ll have to do so without Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken, who recently rejoined his former team, Liquid.

Although Canadian played an integral part in FaZe’s success, they managed to find suitable replacement in the form of David “frozen” Cernansky, who’ll make his debut for the team in Abu Dhabi.


Heroic’s roster situation is a big question mark at the moment, as only two of their players, Rasmus “sjuush” Beck and Rene “TeSeS” Madsen, are contracted to stay with the team beyond 2023. With that fact in mind, it is extremely difficult to see the Danes causing any trouble to the top teams in attendance at this event.

However, Heroic’s BLAST World Final roster has two young up-and-coming players in Rasmus “Zyphon” Nordfoss and Jason “salazar” Salazar, who’ll want to put their best foot forward and impress with their performances.

FaZe vs Heroic Betting Tips, Analysis and Predictions
Image Credits: Pinnacle

FaZe vs Heroic Odds & Prediction

Pinnacle Esports have FaZe as overwhelming favourites to start of their BLAST World Final campaign with a victory. In fairness, it is very difficult to see a different scenario unfold.

Odds are accurate at the time of writing and are liable to change. 

Hero image credits: BLAST.tv

Bruno Sobieraj
Bruno Sobieraj

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My name is Bruno and my love for Counter-Strike was sparked when the Polish Virtus.pro was plowing through opponents from 2014 to 2018. Since then, I’ve been dreaming of working in esports and here I am.

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