The most excellent gamer of the first ten years of this century has been dubbed Neo. He was solid and performed admirably until Virtus.Pro's demise in 2018, after which he competed for FaZe in majors. He's 34 years old, but still has not completed his journey. Sure, he participates in minor competitions. His team is Honoris. Evidently, he adores CS a lot.
Zonic used to compete for the mTw squad, which was among NaVis' biggest rivals earlier since the CS 1.6 era. However, Danny defeated NaVi for the first game as Astralis' head coach in 2017. He rose to fame in CS:GO thanks to this squad, where he achieved significant championships and twice received the Coach of the Year honor. Several years later, Zonic relocated to Vitality. He joined the team because he believed he could win significant awards there.
Ioan belonged to the illustrious NaVi roster. The team's performance dropped after switching to CS:GO, but Edward desired success, so he joined Astana Dragons. And he already spent four months there before returning to his native team, where he remained until 2019. In CS 1.6, Edward's tag name was "Pistol King". Edward's successful journey has finished. Edward is still keeping up with CS and praised NaVi for his significant victory. Ioan wed last summer.
F0rest has consistently been a strong athlete. He spent a lot of time playing for Fnatic and SK Gaming and only performed CS:GO alongside NIP or Dignitas. Throughout his profession, he has just not switched teams frequently. He extended his agreement with Ds for an additional year in January. Patrick is 33. So he's the finest gamer of his age group. At Dignitas, he is rated top. Perhaps F0rest will play in the majors.
The top in 2010 is Markeloff. He accomplished great things with AWP. He departed NaVi to ADragons in 2013, and as a result, his life took a downward turn. HellRaisers and FlipSid3 existed, but high rankings were improbable. Although he didn't formally declare the conclusion of his game, he didn't compete at the top standard for 3.5 years.
Starix was regarded as one of the greatest in CS 1.6, but in CS:GO, he wasn't any longer an essential member of NAVI. Because of this, he transitioned into management and subsequently coached in 2015. Starix, however, still wanted to play, so he picked up his profession again in 2017 and competed for a few more years. Then he returned to coaching. Starix is now the coach of an Ave squad that participated in a 2021 RMR event. Twitch is where Starix occasionally streams. Even streaming competitions have invited him.
CS icon is GeT RiGhT. GeT_RiGhT didn't win the title of most outstanding player in the league in 2010, but he won in 2013 and 2014. The first person to take the first position in consecutive events. Following his departure from NIP, he performed for Dignitas, and once his playing days were over, he started streaming for the company. Brought the award to the platform at the PGL Major Stockholm 2021.
In the game's previous iteration, he was one of the top shooters. He participated in SK Gaming and won many well-known competitions. But the guy departed the squad after Cs:GO was released. Shortly after leaving, he returned and included this team in the majors. But he ended his career after only a few years of playing it. Since roughly two years ago, the ex-player has not used the account personally. And it's been a while since he played any recent streams. Replaced by Valorant.