S1mple csgo settings
MOUSE SETTINGS – ZOWIE S1
- DPI – 400
- Sensitivity – 3.09
- eDPI – 1236
- Raw Input – On
- Hz – 1000
- Zoom Sensitivity – 1
- Windows Sensitivity – 6
- Mouse Acceleration – Off
sensitivity 3.09 on DPI 400
MONITOR SETTINGS – BENQ XL2540
- Aspect Ratio – 4:3
- Scaling Mode – Stretched
- Hz – 240
cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 1; cl_crosshairdot 0; cl_crosshairgap -3; cl_crosshairsize 1; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 0; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshaircolor_r 255; cl_crosshaircolor_g 255; cl_crosshaircolor_b 165;
viewmodel_fov 68; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3; cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 1.5; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.75; viewmodel_recoil 0; cl_righthand 1;
cl_bob_lower_amt 21; cl_bobamt_lat 0.33; cl_bobamt_vert 0.14; cl_bobcycle 0.98;
- MONITOR – BENQ XL2540
- MOUSE – LOGITECH G PRO WIRELESS
- MOUSEPAD – HATOR INTBS
- KEYBOARD – LOGITECH G PRO X MECHANICAL KEYBOARD
- HEADSET – LOGITECH G PRO X
Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev
Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is known to be outstanding amongst other Counter-Strike: Worldwide players on the planet. S1mple age is quite young he was born October 2, 1997. He began to showcase his unique potential with the sniper rifles in Amazing Gaming and HellRaisers. Having started his career in the game in 2013 with Ukrainian team LAN DODGERS, he was discovered in early 2014 after his impressive showings online, especially at StarSeries IX, where he played for Courage Gaming. Because of inward issues, be that as it may, Kostyliev left the ex-Boldness crew and came back to LAN DODGERS, which later became Amazing Gaming. In mid-September 2014, s1mple saw his career elevated to new heights as he signed for HellRaisers. During this time in HellRaisers, s1mple began making waves universally, most quiet at DreamHack Winter 2014, where his group beat Fnatic in the gathering stage, 16-14, prompting a top position in their gathering. HellRaisers parted ways with s1mple about two months later, with the main reason for the decision being s1mple ban from ESL tournaments. S1mple then joined the predominantly Ukrainian Flipsid3 Tactics team. Because of his previously mentioned ESL boycott, players like DavCost and CyberFocus were often standing in for him at occasions oversaw by ESL. He left the squad on July 17, 2015 following internal problems, and later announced that he would be going inactive for the time being. In any case, he took an unexpected U-go to this choice just a couple of days after the fact, as it was reported that he would join the patched up program of Evolution, which later rebranded to Evolution. His Evolution – Dark story didn’t keep going long, notwithstanding, as Evolution discharged the entire “Dull” crew following a month. Be that as it may, the players would hold playing together under the name of Worst Players. S1mple became good friends with Hiko when the latter played as a stand-in for Flipsid3 Tactics, which would later lead to him recruiting s1mple to Team Liquid, a move that meant s1mple had to sacrifice his university course in the process. Team Liquid, with s1mple and Hiko, would go on to make it to the semi-finals of MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016. At the same Major, s1mple was chosen for the NA vs EU All-Star Game on the NA side, which would go on to win the match in overtime. S1mple was awarded the All-Star MVP. In August 2016, he joined the Ukrainian team Natus Vincere, replacing Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko. After a series of failures, the team took home the trophy at ESL One New York 2016, but this was to be the last big victory for this roster. After a significant stretch of re-rearranges, which saw long-term Natus Vincere players GuardiaN and seized supplanted by a returning Zeus and rising young star electronic, the group had the option to discover achievement and rapidly ascend in the HLTV group appraisals.
S1mple has been featured on the HLTV Top 20 Players of the Year lists numerous times. Finishing top of the rankings in 2018, due to unprecedented personal performance throughout the year, an achievement whose legacy he has carried into 2019, leading many to call him one of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players of all time.
S1mple Achievements & earnings
ESL ONE New York
His first big tournament win was back then in 2016 at ESL ONE in New York.
S1mple and his colleagues beat Team Liquid in semi-finals 2:1 in maps, and after that Polish crew Virtus Pro the same 2:1 in maps.
S1mple additionally received MVP compensation of the entire competition for his astounding exhibitions.
The prize pool at New York was $250,000, and Na’Vi takes $125,000 for the first place.
DreamHack Open Winter
Dreamhack at Jönköping, Sweden was Simple’s next big win, and the second time he was awarded MVP medal for outstanding performances.
Simple and his teammates finished second in the group stage with 3-2 result.
After that, they win over french squad Envy 2:0 in the Playoffs what leads them to the grand finals at Jönköping.
They had a fierce rival the notable german crew mousesports. However they played like divine beings and won the initial 2 maps.
The prize pool was $100,000, and their share was half from that.
StarSeries i-League Season 5
Next time s1mple managed to win a tournament was in his Country, at Kiev, Ukraine.
They finished the group stage with 3-2 score and managed to playoffs.
In the playoffs, S1mple and co. won over SK first 2:1, then mousesports 2:1 too.
After that in the final match, they had an easy game over team NRG and won 2:0.
S1mple additionally get third time remunerated as MVP and in that time, he began to be known as perhaps the best player in a world ever.
The reward for first place was $125,000.
CS:GO Asia Championships 2018
Asia Championships in Shanghai, China was the next location where s1mple team won the tournament with a fantastic prize pool of $600,000.
s1mple finished first in a group stage, with 2-2 score.
They face Team EnVyUs in the semi-finals and beat them 2:0.
The grand final match was versus polish team Virtus.Pro and they beat them in a very intense game 2:1.
They take $150,000 from the prize pool, and s1mple was 4th time awarded as MVP.
ESL One Cologne 2018
At Cologne, s1mple team had an easy way through the group stage. In the quarter-finals they face fnatic. In Best of three games they won 2:0 and secured semi-finals.
After they face Astralis they and also won 2:1 in maps.
The final match was in a best of five versus german lineup BIG, better know as Best In Germany.
Result was 3:1 for s1mple team, and he again was considered as MVP of the tournament.
Prize pool was $300,000 and Na’Vi took $125,000.
BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen 2018
Natus Vincere and s1mple were on the right foot again at Copenhagen.
They just dominated the whole tournament and again took first place.
They beat Team NiP in the Grand finals in a best of three matches with result 2:0.
Na’Vi earned $125,000 dollars from compensation.
StarSeries i-League Season 7
Shanghai, China was the next destination for a big tournament with a half-million-dollar prize pool.
S1mple and co finished the group stage with 3-1 record and proceed to the playoffs.
The quarter-finals were hard versus Team ENCE, and Na’Vi somehow took that win 2:1 in maps.
In semi-finals, s1mple had a fantastic performance and helped his team to beat team Renegades 2:1 in maps.
Fnatic was waiting in the final match, and Na’Vi and s1mple were just on point every single round.
They won with flawless win 3:0 and took $250,000 from prize pool.
S1mple was again MVP with an amazing kd rating of 1.43.
IEM Katowice 2020
At Katowice s1mple was also awarded as MVP with an amazing 1.33 kd rating in over 15 maps played.
They beat Astralis in the semi-finals 2:0 and inside final match 3:0 over french squad G2.
s1mple was considered the best player of the tournament and took MVP reward for numerous times.
Na’Vi share was $250,000 dollars.
Total Prize Money Earned: $651,988.64 From 105 Tournaments