CS:GO eSports events often include prize pools worth millions of dollars. By winning these competitions, professional teams may develop their companies. The highest-earning CS:GO teams are led by the Danish team Astralis, but who else is on the list?
Olof Kajbjer Gustafsson Professional CS:GO player, two-time Major tournament champion. His CS:GO professional journey began at LGB eSports in 2012. In that group, Olofmeister established himself, and in 2014, both he and Krimz were noticed by the Fnatic management. Swedish was already shown his incredible versatility as a player. Olaf and Fnatic quickly became popular and advanced to the 2014 ESL One Cologne finals, in which they were defeated. Fnatic phase began with the Majors in Cologne.
MOUZ announced they are changing their roster again. And for once, they benched a 19-year-old Lithuanian player, Aurimas “Bymas” Pipiras, and replaced him with an 18-year Israeli player, Dorian “xertioN” Berman. The next tournament will be ESL Pro League Season 16, with their group kicking off on September 14. We will be able to watch the game of the new player, MOUZ.