Watching the top CS:GO streamers is something players do when trying to master CS:GO. The streamers offer tips, entertainment, and motivation to get better – because if you want to get better faster, stay motivated, forge bonds, and stay in touch with people who share your dreams and ambitions, learn from the best.
Let’s take a brief look at some of the top CS:GO streamers.
Top CS:GO Streamers In The World 
shroud (Michael Grzesiek)
Along with Ninja, tyler1, DrDisrespect, and a few others, shroud is one of the world’s most famous streamers.
He is a CS:GO specialist, being a former professional player for Cloud9, and he has a lot to teach not just in terms of game knowledge, but also in terms of attitude.
He’s one of the calmest streamers you’ll see, but he is especially known for his generosity. He and his followers often raid other streamers, providing support for their channels.
In his professional career, shroud achieved notoriety by winning important events with Cloud9. The most significant of them was ESL Pro League Season 4 Finals. shroud’s career as a professional CS:GO player ended after just four years when he decided to leave.
n0thing (Jordan Gilbert)
n0thing is another former pro player that, unlike shroud, likes to come back from time to time and get involved in the game. He started his professional career at Evil Geniuses in 2019 and has played for several North American teams: EG, Complexity, and Cloud9. The last time he was seen on the main stage was in 2018.
n0thing shows determination. He is very persistent in his games and has the ability to try his best while not getting emotionally attached to the result. He’ll lose gracefully and remain completely calm in the face of inevitable defeat. This attitude makes him very easy to watch and learn from.
In his professional career, n0thing spent several years playing for Cloud9 and was part of the roster that won the title at ESL Pro League Season 4 Finals.
PashaBiceps (Jarosław Jarząbkowski)
He’s a former Virtus.pro player, considered to be a legend in CS:GO. He’s won almost every type of event that could be won, and among the streamers who regularly play CS:GO, he is one of the most accomplished.
The name PashaBiceps comes from his weight training. He is quite a muscular guy, especially for the esports industry, where an exceptional physique is not necessarily required for success.
Among Pasha’s achievements are his titles at ELEAGUE Season 1 and DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017.
Pasha retired from professional CS:GO at the end of 2018, and since then has spent a lot of time streaming.
GeT_RiGhT (Christopher Alesund)
GeT_RiGhT played for Ninjas in Pyjamas until a few months ago and is now dedicating a lot of time to streaming. His CS:GO career lasted for seven years, and during that time he stayed with one team: NiP.
It’s made him a legend in his own country (Sweden) and one of the most iconic players in the history of CS:GO.
GeT_RiGhT’s noteworthy results with NiP include 1st place at DreamHack Masters Malmo 2016; 1st place at ESL One: Cologne 2014; 1st place at StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2; 1st place at IEM XI Oakland; and 1st place at DreamHack Open Valencia 2017.
GeT_RiGhT’s streams are very mundane in terms of his ability to entertain. However, if you’re interested in watching someone make superb gaming decisions in real-time, he’s one of the best out there.
He’s also one of the most knowledgeable CS:GO players who stream their gaming sessions. The only person who has a deeper knowledge and better technique than him is s1mple.
s1mple (Oleksandr Kostyliev)
This is the guy to watch if you want to see the best of the best in action. He’s not only the best CS:GO streamer, he’s also the best CS:GO player in the world. In fact, he’s regarded as the best player in the history of this esport.
S1mple has a quick temper and can get angry very easily. He often flames his teammates and sometimes even rage-quits a game. However, if you need a free tutorial held by a CS:GO grandmaster, this is the man to follow.
In his professional career, s1mple plays for Na’Vi. Since he’s joined the Ukrainian team three years ago, he’s won seven big tournaments and was present in the Grand Final of many others, including a Major (FACEIT London) in 2018.