BEST CS: GO STREAMERS: Part I Uncategorized by Hezekiah Garrison - January 6, 2023January 6, 20230 Hi! We have already told you about the best captains and the young players from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It is time to present you with the most exciting and interesting streamers in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. A conditional list contains ten streamers. Eight of them are still playing or have played CS professionally. We will start by introducing you to the most famous streamers. Then we will discuss everyone else. The first rank in our ranks is. Jaroslaw “pashaBiceps” Jarzabkowski (Poland) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s professional player plays for the Polish team Virtus.Pro. Jaroslaw was a member of VP and won every Counter-Strike prize, beginning with CS 1.6 World Cyber Games and ending with CS.GO Major tournament. pashaBiceps is a unique player. His gameplay can sometimes look awkward and silly, but he often goes into a “destruction mode” where he deals almost entirely with his opponents. He is an experienced and intelligent player because he has played for so long. Take a look at this highlight. The streams of pashaBiceps are full of jokes, humor, and the Polish language. Jaroslaw plays funny Polish songs (sometimes even wedding songs) on his streams and trolls other players (especially the shroud and olofmeister, French pro players). He calls his subscribers his family and team, Team Biceps. He is a significant player and has won many matches. His audience loves him and receives large donations—everybody who follows CS.GO will remember a wonderful gift to pashaBiceps from motak2k… Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev (Ukraine) Aleksandr Kostyliev was a Ukrainian citizen who now lives in Kyiv. He plays for the Ukrainian cybersport team Naus Vincere. After playing for HellRaisers, he played for FlipSid3 Tactical and Team Liquid. He even performed in the final CSGO Major match, but couldn’t beat the Brazilian team, SK-Gaming. He joined Natus Vincere in the summer of 2016 and realized his old dream. s1mple has been streaming less frequently lately because he travels frequently for the various international LAN tournaments using Natus Vincere. His high-skill gaming in the FPL (the online league on FaceIt) was the main reason his streams were so popular. While his streams on Twitch are entertaining, viewers can watch them improve their game or learn how to shoot like s1mple. Ryan “FREAKAZOiD Abadir (USA). Ryan, an American streamer and professional player of CS: GO, is well-known. He was a member of the American team Cloud9. He became less popular after his exile from the group. Ryan was a player for Echo Fox, but now he plays for Moriori Incitus Esports. Abadir is a favorite of CS: GO, players. He’s loved for his playing abilities and his looks. This American man can boast big muscles and has been working out for a while. Ryan is a role model for CS: GO and can be called a nerd. Michael “shroud” Grzesiek (Canada) Another American player in our ranking. He was previously playing for the cloud9 team. Shroud is a famous streamer, but he recently started streaming PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Shroud is most famous for his frags, kills, and other tricks. Michael is like FREAKAZOiD. He has a great sense of humor and often laughs with his players. Jaryd “summit1g” Lazar (USA) The number of his subscribers is proof of summit’s popularity in streams. Twitch has more than 2 million followers of this American man! Jaryd played Counter Strike professionally for the second and third-division teams: Esports Area51 Gaming and Mythic. Although he has played in big international LAN tournaments (many still recall his funny episode with a Molotov cocktail), summit1g was a more entertaining streamer than a professional eSports player. summit1g is a player unknowns Battlegrounds game. summit1g is our favorite streamer out of all the streamers we have. However, tastes differ.