Top 8 Players With Largest Fanbase In CSGO

This blog includes the titles and photos of the world’s top 8 players with largest fanbase in CSGO who has a huge fan base on social media servers.

Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen

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He is known for his online CS:GO handle dupreeh. He was born on March 26, 1993, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In fact, he became among the first in CS:GO to win 4 major championships in a row, and win 3 consecutive championships. As well as playing for Team Dignitas and Team SoloMid, he also developed appendicitis on July 6, 2016, which sidelined him. Currently, he is playing for Astralis where he scored 3rd rank at the IEM Katowice world championship.

In the second leg of the ESL Pro League Season 7 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive final step groups phase, SK was defeated by Astralis. After a great performance by Peter “dupreeh” Rothman, who managed to put an end to Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo’s strategies , the Danes went on to defeat the mostly Brazilian team by a final score of 2-0 in the best series of 3.

The cumulative total of dupreeh’s earnings ranks #34 overall, and rank 3 for players from Denmark.

As of March 2021, his total winnings are approx. $1,906,781.07

Social Media platforms where he interacts with his fans

Twitter: @dupreeh

Instagram: @itsdupreeh

Facebook: Peter ‘dupreeh’ Rasmussen

Fernando “Fer” alvarenga

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One of the most famous players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, known as fer among gamers, Fernando “Fer” Alvarenga is a Brazillian player. His play has gained popularity from Luminosity Gaming and SK Gaming. The first team of his gaming career was with KaBuM! e-Sports was when he signed with them in April 2013.

Fer’s role in the cs game was of rifler/ entry fragger. His alternate ids are ferGOD, ferMonster. It was the constant involvement of fer in the international scene that lead him and the team to switch organizations. Thus, the athlete left KeyD to join Luminosity Gaming, with which he won the MLG Major Columbus 2016. During this time, fer has graced teams like Luminosity Gaming, SK Gaming, and the MiBR organization, and he is currently one of the most important players in the world, having been considered the world’s 3rd best player in 2017.

The total winnings of Fernando as of march 2020 is $1,042,114.

Social Media platforms where he interacts with his fans

Twitter: @fer

Instagram: @fergod

Facebook: FER

Youtube: ferGOD

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Marcelo “Coldzera” david

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Marcelo “Coldzera” David a Brazilian CSGO player, coldzera is a member of the prominent FaZe Clan. He won the CS:GO ranking website HLTV.org’s overall CS:GO player award in both 2016 and 2017. Marcelo’s role in the team is of rifler (lurker).

MIBR announced on July, 12th that Coldzera would be given the position on bench Zews provided support for him on the pitch and eventually played the opening round of the major in Germany.

 Upon joining FaZe Clan in September 2018, coldzera won the BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen event. His biggest tournament win after joining FaZe Clan was winning the MIBR Winter Pro Series.

As of March 2020, his total winnings are approx. $1,014,519.

Social Media platforms list where he interacts with his fans community

Twitter: @coldzera

Instagram: @coldzera

Facebook: Marcelo “Coldzeraa” David

Youtube: Coldzera

Epitácio “Taco” de melo

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Epitácio TACO de Melo was born on 24th January 1995 in Recife, Brazil. He is a Brazilian Counter-Strike professional player and former Counter-Strike professional player. He currently plays for the Singapore team GODSENT. His role is as an in-game leader rifler (support).

He is one of the founding board members of the Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association (CSPPA).

His nickname is a play on his first name, and may not refer to the Mexican dish. TACO was actually given his nickname by his aunt when he was a child because his parents gave him the nickname Epitácio.

As of March 2020, his total winnings are approx. $1,043,315.

Social Media platforms list where he interacts with his fanbase

Twitter: @TACOCS

Instagram: @taco

Facebook: Epitácio Taco de Melo

Youtube: Epitacio de Melo

Gabriel “FalleN” toledo

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A Brazilian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player by the name of FalleN, Gabriel Toledo de Alcântara Sguario is also a former Counter-Strike: Source and Counter-Strike 1.6 player. The Counter-Strike team, SK Gaming, which is of the highest quality in the world, is captained by “FalleN”. Some of the previous teams where FalleN was a member include Astralis and Ninjas in pyjamas.

In 2016, the Brazilian squad earned $1.6 million in prize money, earning half a million at both MLG Columbus 2016 and ESL One Cologne 2016 in addition to placing first in both tournaments. This has gained FalleN a huge number of followers in the gaming community.

 Additionally, Toledo’s Games Academy is working with Brazil’s eSports scene.

Currently FalleN is playing for the team liquid as of  2021, before that he was playing for Team MIBR where his role was of AWPer. He has the huge fan base among all players.

As of March 2021, FalleN has won total prize money of $911,126.44

Social Media platforms list where Gabriel “FalleN” toledo interacts with his fanbase

Twitter: @FalleNCS

Instagram: @fallen

Facebook: Gabriel ‘FalleN’ Toledo

Youtube: fallenINSIDER

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Mathieu “Zywoo” Herbaut

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 Mathieu Herbaut is a French professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player currently playing for Team Vitality as an AWPer.

Holds the record for the most HLTV MVP awards earned in the first year of professional competition, having received them at cs_summit 4, ECS Season 7 – Finals, and DreamHack Masters Malmö. Thorin and HLTV ranked him as the best player of the year after ropz mentioned him as a possible breakout player. ZywOo currently holds a rank of #378 in highest overall earnings, and rank 13 in players from France in highest earnings.

 CS:GO players consider him to be one of the best ever since he achieved his breakthrough in late 2018.

As of March 2021, FalleN has won total prize money of $374,571.

Social Media platforms list where he interacts with his fans

Twitter: @zywoo

Instagram: @cs_zywoo

Facebook: Mathieu ‘ZywOo’ Herbaut

Youtube: ZywOo

Nikola “Niko” Kovač

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A Bosnian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, Nikola Kova (born 16 February 1997) is better known for his in-game alias NiKo. He is considered by many to be the best CSGO player in the world.

When Niko was picked up to play for the team iNation he first gained notoriety across Europe. His impressive performances prompted other teams to express an interest in him. mousesports, who signed him in March 2015.

 Having impressed the FaZe Clan in February 2017, he was given the opportunity to oversee one of their star-player teams. Niko’s first big deal was winning StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3, followed by a five-month winless streak and the narrow loss at the Esports Championship Series Season 3.

The current ranking of NiKo is #138 in most overall earnings and Rank 1 in the most earnings for Bosnia and Herzegovina players.

As of March 2019, FalleN has won total prize money of $756,907.142

Social Media platforms list where he interacts with his fans

Twitter: @G2NiKo

Instagram: @csgoniko

Facebook: Nikola “NiKo” Kovac

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Kenny “KennyS” Schrub

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The French professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player kennyS, who is also known under his alias KennyS, is most recently associated with G2 Esports. He won the Esports Player of the Year award at The Game Awards in 2015.  He is best known for adopting a flashy and aggressive AWPing style in the early days. His alternate id is The MagiciaN.

As the MVP of Team EnVyUs, he primarily used this strategy to win the Dreamhack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015 tournament.  Kenny’s talent led him to be chosen to participate in the Arles Tournament. She showcased her talent to national and international audiences during these tournaments, and she ended up joining VeryGame and placing 2nd at Esports World Cup 2012.

 He started playing Counter-Strike: Source at the end of that game’s run, and switched to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive when that game was released in 2012. league of legends

As of March 2019, FalleN has won total prize money of $720,805.

Social Media platforms list where kenny interacts with his fans

Twitter: @G2kennyS

Instagram: @kennysofficial

Facebook: Kenny ‘kennyS’ Schrub

Youtube: kennySofficial

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