The best CS 1.6 players for any team, according to the stats of the official CS: GO website.
With the season starting with the first Major of the year, it’s time to put together our picks for the top players in the world.
With the release of the newest patch this month, there is an abundance of new content and it’s all coming to the CS: Go community.
While we have an extremely wide range of players and teams, we’ve made it very easy to find our favorites in the following section.
The biggest change to CS: Source since the release is the introduction of the Team Builder and the new CS: Global Offensive Team Manager.
While these tools will make finding the right CS:Source players much easier, there are still some questions that remain unanswered.
For example, can a CS:G player be good at both CS: 1.5 and CS: 2.0?
And if so, which ones are best?
Here we look at which CS:S players have the best potential to perform at the highest level in both the CS 1,2 and CS 3.
As a starting point, here’s what we’ve decided to include in our rankings.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments section below or on our Facebook page.
There are some big differences between the two editions of CS: source, so we’ve taken the time to create a separate section for each edition.
We have a team of experts who can provide us with information about which players perform well in both editions, and which players are likely to struggle to find success in the new version.
Here are the top 10 CS: S players based on our best guess at how they perform in both versions:1.
Alexander “Kjaerbye” KjærbyeAlexander “KJ” Jensen is one of the most prolific players in CS:Go history.
The Swede has won three major tournaments, four EPS championships and the CSGO World Championships, and he has won over 200 international competitions.
It is no surprise to see him in the top spot of our list.
He is also known for his insane amount of assists.
The Swedish AWPer is a solid player in his own right, and will probably always be the most popular player on his team.
But he’s also very good at everything else, including Counter-Strike: Global Strike and CS 1:1 Global Offensive.2.
Christian “FalleN” DahlströmChristian “Falen” Dahlstrom is a veteran player who has won the most international tournaments in CS history.
He has also won numerous ESL events, and has been one of Europe’s most successful CS players.
He currently plays for FaZe Clan.3.
Denis “denis” Kostin Denis “Denis” Krzysztof Kostiński is a former CS:1 player who is still a very good player.
The Polish AWPer has played on a team that is one half of the new FaZe clan, and currently plays in Astralis.
He was also one of three players to win the prestigious Intel Extreme Masters tournament in Cologne, but he has always been known as a top player in the scene.4.
Andreas “pronax” LindbergAndreas “pronX” Lindgren has a very strong skill set.
His AWPer plays with a variety of teams and he is a very active member of the CS community.
The Danish player has won many LAN events and is one the top AWPer in the whole world.5.
Markus “pronKiLLeR” NykvistMarkus “pronAKiLL” Nykov is another veteran AWPer who has had success in both CS 1 and 2.
The Finnish AWPer won many major tournaments in his time as a professional, and is currently a top AWP player.6.
Patrik “f0rest” Lindströmer Patrik Lindsträm is another CS:go veteran who has been in top form for quite some time.
He played on the team that won the ESWC this year and is a player that has won a number of prestigious tournaments, including DreamHack Summer.
He’s also one the very best CS players in history, and won multiple major titles in the game.7.
Nicolai “device” Reedtz Nicolai ‘Nicolai’ Reedtz is a new CS player to the scene, but is already one of CS’ best.
The former AWPer from Gambit Gaming was one of one of those players that has been on the fringes of CS for a while.
He recently moved to FaZe and has already proven himself to be one of Counter-strike’s top players.8.
PatriK “felix” Sundstein Patrik Sundstein has already won a major tournament, but has yet to be a success on the international scene.
The Norwegian AWPer was one part of the Danish team that had a