Top 5 CS:GO players with most headshots revealed and ScreaM is still king - Dexerto

Top 5 CS:GO players with most headshots revealed and ScreaM is still king

Published: 15/May/2019 23:28 Updated: 16/May/2019 10:43

by Alan Bernal


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom has had the title of “Headshot Machine” for years, but the scope of his dominance is even more startling when compared to the careers of other legendary players.

While pristine teamwork is certainly the defining factor for a CS:GO squad to win over their competition, sometimes it can come down to stellar individual talent being the difference in a given round.

Throughout his long career, ScreaM has amounted hundred of highlights littered with victims of his precision aim but it’s astonishing to see how his headshots skyrocket with every passing year.

CliperinoPP YouTubeThings were neck and neck for a while before ScreaM really started turning on the flair.

Emerging star ScreaM never stopped rising

A video by YouTuber ‘CliperinoPP,’ with compiled stats from HLTV, doesn’t just give ScreaM’s numbers, instead it shows an active archive of “the top 5 CS:GO players with the most headshots” from 2012-2019.

The video show’s ScreaM jumping up the list after 2013 during his time at VeryGames followed by his first stint at esport org Titan.

Even as he fell off the Top 5 a few times, ScreaM came roaring back in early 2016 topping out the list with a whopping 8,738 headshots and has had a stingy grasp at number one since.

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ScreaM is in a league of his own

Longtime CS:GO fans will recognize some of the names on the list, featuring the likes of Wiktor ‘TaZ’ Wojtas, Christopher ‘GeT_RiGhT’ Alesund, Nathan ‘NBK-’ Schmitt, and Patrik ‘f0rest’ Lindberg among various other elite caliber players from the scene.

F0rest had notched an incredible 1,069 days as the top headshot fiend when ScreaM first took hold of the top spot on the list. But f0rest, along with every other CS:GO pro, would have to sit in sidelines from then on as ScreaM completely separated himself from the pack.

As the video’s shows, it was during his time with G2 Esports and Team Envy when ScreaM cemented his name as a headshot master.

While second through fifth place vied for high positioning among themselves with about 12,600 headshots or lower by late 2017, ScreaM was playing a different game as he amounted over 14,500 in the same period of time.

Even though he has struggled to compete at the top level of CS:GO as much in 2019, ScreaM’s hold on the top spot remains unchallenged as he’s tallied well over 17,000 headshot kills and has stayed at number one for 1,191 days in the seven year span.


MIBR confirm LUCAS1, vsm, leo_drunky signings for CSGO rebuild

Published: 24/Oct/2020 2:50 Updated: 24/Oct/2020 2:56

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


MIBR has confirmed three signings ahead of their 2021 CS:GO rebuild, bringing on former member LUCAS1 permanently, as well as vsm and leo_drunky on loan.

MIBR’s CSGO team has gone through a bit of a rollercoaster ride lately. Last month, they dropped two star players, TACO and fer, and coach dead after a major coaching scandal. Then, FALLEN left due to his dissatisfaction with their decision.

Losing the old SK core has forced the organization to rebuild the team from scratch. However, they’ve locked in some of South America’s brightest talent to do so.

MIBR has added Leonardo ‘leo_drunky’ Oliveira, Lucas ‘LUCAS1’ Teles, and Vinicius ‘vsm’ Moreira to their roster. The October 23 announcement confirmed LUCAS1 would be a permanent addition, while vsm and leo_drunky would play on loan from their respective teams.

It comes after a multitude of rumors about where MIBR’s squad would land after the SK core departed.

LUCAS1 played for MIBR in 2019, where he spent six months in the squad before moving on to Imperial e-Sports. He spent almost a year with Imperial, before suddenly leaving the squad just a few weeks ago.

His experience, not only in CS:GO but with MIBR, will help the Brazilian legends get back on their feet.

vsm and Leo_drunky provide beacons of hope for the region’s future too. However, vsm’s VAC ban could hinder them when it comes around to major events.

MIBR Leo_drunky
Leo_drunky is only 20 years old and could be a valuable member of the team for years to come.

The two youngsters join MIBR on loan from Sharks Esports (leo_drunky) and Detona (vsm). However, if things go well, it’s likely they’ll be signed on permanently.

MIBR has also secured the services of CS 1.6 veteran Raphael ‘cogu’ Camargo. After a year since his last major gig, he is returning to the team that started it all. He played on MIBR’s 1.6 roster from 2004 to 2009.

MIBR is expected to compete in the BLAST Premier Fall Season, as well as Flashpoint Season 2.

This piece was originally published as: “MIBR reportedly set to secure LUCAS1, vsm, leo_drunky for CSGO rebuild”