The leading esports competitions continue to bring huge profits to the most successful players, with their millions of prize pools rising every year. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is the second most expensive game in the world.
In the past 9 years over 12,600 players played over 4,782 CSGO esports tournaments. Andreas Xyp9x Højsleth is the Leading CSGO Player. Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth, who is a member of team Astralis, ranked as the most popular among them. Statistics show that the Denmark gamer won over $1.75 million in competition to play CS: GO, with most of the prize money earned in the last two years.
Peter Rasmussen, a fellow countryman, who takes second place in the pseudonym dupreeh, has also made a profit of over 1,75 million dollars. In 138 tournaments, a 26-year-old sport player played so far.
Danish player Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz finished 3rd on the online shooter’s game profit line with $1.71 million worth of prize money. The fourth and fifth most productive CS: GO players in the world have earned Lukas ‘ gla1ve Rossander and Emil’s “Magisk” Reif, respectively, at $1.58 million and $1.34 million in profits.
While CSGO was launched only seven years ago, Valve Corporation and Hidden Path Entertainment’s online shooting game remains top-class and a cult-focused follow. CSGO Received $92.3 Million in cumulative prize money. Statistics show that CS: GO’s overall prize money fell at $92.3 million, while the number of monthly active users in 2019 soared over 20 million.
In the last eight months, the number of CSGO’s active steam players has also steadily increased, hitting a record high of 917 000 over February.