We have asked all German players in the top 100. This is the result! BlueSky-, as one of the best German DT players, has been a surprise of his own. We couldn’t say much about his tournament performance during the year before; he has been a DoubleTime one-trick. After he started to play reading-based maps, his skill has improved immensely. Not only his skill set, but also his biceps has hugely grown which helps him to destroy any tablet pen. In the OWC qualifier, he boxed his way through and was on the same level as Firstus. This led to his great performance during OWC, where he was substituted for DT picks, but also was an important part in this team overall. The number 9 of this year is Firstus. He is one of of the craziest motherfuckers in Germany. Not only because he play everything really well, but also due to his consistency that you could witness in a lot of tournaments in 2018. Even though he has been more or less inactive in the second half of past year, his skill set has not suffered. Even in the highest BPM range, Firstus can cleanly aim, singletap and adjust his cat ears! This is why he sits in the list of top 10 and I doubt that this will change in 2019. Knalli aka Simon Rahn is an up and coming top player whose skill is clearly defined by his hidden reading. Like okinamo, he plays everything with hidden and his strengths are displayed when he plays reading-based, alternate or tech maps. When he is warmed up, Knalli can also somewhat perform on fast streams up to 240 bpm. In 2018, he gained over 2500 net pp and climbed far up to the top 150 of the global ranking. Furthermore, he participated in his first OWC and proved that he deserved a spot in the team. That’s what you could read on imagaK’s old twitter bio. And he continues to follow this principle. Stunningly, he has set his top 6 plays within six weeks during spring 2018. This includes two 600pp scores with First Storm and MadPiero. Due to the versatility of his skills, he is permanently set on the OWC team and has become a real veteran. Since past summer, he has become more inactive though. We can only hope that he will keep his spot in the top 10 during this year. In the third consecutive year, Neliel manages again to be underrated by everyone who is not somewhat familiar with him and thus only makes the 6th place. His ability to accurately aim jumps on every BPM, his incredibly fast singletapping and his solid stamina seems to be unknown to many German players. This probably goes back to his humble and reserved personality. Even in 2018, he showed that he still belongs to the absolute elite of German players with scores that no one else in this country could deliver. YouTube has blocked the first version of this video due to copyright. This is why the music is almost muted. Pitch change didn’t help. Sorry! Umbre has shown an astonishing performance last year. Towards the end of the year, he even managed to get Dustice sweating and reached #2 in the German ranking. This was accomplished by his HDHR plays on maps, which most of us can’t even play nomod, let alone with this accuracy. 2018 was the first time for Umbre to play on OWC, but he also took part in many community tournaments. His strengths definitely lie in his streaming skills, and he surprised us with the first 900pp play in Germany at the very of 2018. Risiing has been commentated from my side last year already. In 2018, the half-German half-Chinese clack master stood out with his HR plays on stream maps. Thanks to his Sidetracked Day score with 3×100, he is the third person to break the 700pp barrier in Germany, along with Dustice and Umbre. In September, he finally reached 11k pp. However, his DT skill hasn’t slacked off as he passed fast maps including high accuracy. Even in OWC, he submitted every map with at least a good score. His elevated spot in this top 10 is more than deserved. howlwatcher, or recently known as: hallowatcher is one of, if not, the best HDHR and accuracy player in Germany who has easily ranked up to the top 100 global. But apart from his amazing solo skills, he is a machine in tournaments. There are only few people like this man who invest so much time and passion in preparation for tourneys. This and his unbelievably consistent performance in ACC and combo led to his victory in the OWC German qualifier. Within few weeks, he has pushed his limits on streaming ability and SS’d the OWC map Aragami. Number 2 in Germany and also one of the newcomers during this year: okinamo, who is also known as SA YEEEEET. Aside from the fact that he shows no respect to his predecessors or the founding fathers of the German empire, he really deserves his spot next to the throne. Not only his crazy scores that he occasionally shits out, but also his strong OWC performance show that he is the real deal. He is a pretty good allrounder who plays everything, from DT over HR to HD only; everything is in that lucky bag. In the dark passages of this country, it rumours that he is the Turkish incarnation of Cookiezi. I’ve been part of this squad for a long time and I have seen a lot of good players come and go. Frankly, okinamo could get on Dustice’s level in the near future and I am looking forward to see even more during this year. Dustice is a player who rather farms “No. 1 spot on Top 10 German osu! players” videos than pp. Good old Marvin has always been very versatile. The nasty thing is that he can take on any specialised player on almost every aspect. On one day, he submits some mad aim scores, on the other day, he almost FCs an Akali map. And the day after, the keyboard is clacking. Regarding consistency, Dustice has proven past and this year that he has not let off. There is only one question left: When will he pop the bubble?