Danish players hold the most spots in the top 10 richest CS: GO pro players worldwide. These players exude mastery and skillfulness in the game and are sure bets for people involved in CS: GO real betting. And the number one richest player in CS: GO is Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen.

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How Big Is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO)?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) is the biggest action first-person shooter game in the eSports industry. Valve developed and launched the game as the fifth installment of the Counter-Strike series in 2012. Although poorly accepted in its early days, the game changed the eSports discipline tremendously over the years as tournaments began holding.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is played by over 24 million gamers worldwide monthly, with predictions to scale even higher over the coming months. This game’s massive success is due to several reasons, including the game’s brilliant mechanics and gameplay, publicity, mastery level, and betting.

Several gamers of CS: GO have created a source of income for themselves through streaming, challenges, in-game assets trading, events & tournaments, and of course, CS: GO betting. has helped both players and fans earn income from betting on CS: GO tournaments and matches. Get more info about how to bet real money on CS: GO from genuine eSports betting sites. Stay updated on upcoming matches on the pro level in 2022. You can also get tips and bet on CS: GO live matches now on most sites.

Who Are The Top Richest CS: GO Pro Players In 2022?

The earnings of CS: GO pros depend on several factors, including tournament prizes, salary, sponsorships, endorsements, and a few other factors. Today, over fifteen pro players have surpassed the $1 million mark in earnings, with Danish players appearing six times in the top ten. The top 4 Danish players are from the Astralis team that has dominated the CS: GO tournaments over the years.

Without further ado, these are the top ten richest CS: Go pro players in tournament prizes, ranked from the first to the tenth in the following paragraphs.

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Peter “Dupreeh” Rasmussen. Image Credit: Liquipedia

Peter “Dupreeh” Rasmussen

Peter “Dupreeh” Rasmussen is a former team member of Astralis and recently overtook his former teammate to become the highest earning CS: GO pro player. He has about $1,972,631.01 in CS: GO tournament earnings, and might be losing his spot to his former teammate “Xyp9x” as he recently missed out on matches after the team benched him.

Peter “Dupreeh” Rasmussen is a Danish player born on March 26, 1993. He has been a member of the Astralis team since its inception playing the roles of a Lurker and AWPer. However, following the benching by the Astralis team in late 2021, he was transferred to Team Vitality.

Dupreeh has won the most Majors in a tie with former teammates Xyp9x, gla1ve, and dev1ce, each with four major titles. The Danish player is one of the trio (Dupreeh, Xyp9x, and dev1ce) with a record of playing Global Offensive for seven years and 239 days.

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Andreas “Xyp9x” Hojsleth.

Andreas “Xyp9x” Hojsleth

Xyp9x is a Danish pro player of CS: GO for the Astralis team. He was also a semi-professional Counter-Strike player, famous for having excellent clutches and named the “Clutch Minister” by the CS: GO community. His nickname, Xyp9x, was formed by him randomly typing on his keyboard.

He’s a chairman and board member of the Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association and has won as many majors as Dupreeh. He currently has $1,970,380.23 in tournament earnings, making him the second richest CS: GO player.

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Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz.

Nicolai “dev1ce” Reedtz

Dev1ce is the third of the trio with a standing record of 7 years and 239 days in playing CS: GO. He has $1,921,931.54 in tournament earnings making him the third richest of CS: GO pro players. Currently, he’s inactive in CS: GO after leaving the Astralis team to join the Ninjas in Pyjamas team.

Dev1ce is regarded as one of the top players of all time, winning four majors with Xyp9x and Dupreeh, and also earned an MVP at two of the majors.

Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander. 

Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander

Gla1ve has $1,822,542.41 in tournament prizes and is on the Astralis team as an in-game leader. He holds the title of the most successful in-game leader in CS: GO, leading his team to four major victories. He has been active as a professional gamer since 2010.

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Oleksandr “Simple” Kostyliev. 

Oleksandr “s1mple”  Kostyliev

S1mple was born in 1997 in Ukraine and started playing professionally in 2013. He’s currently the fifth richest CS: GO pro player with $1,652,721.98 in tournament prizes. S1mple plays for the Natus Vincere (Navi) team as an AWPer and is regarded as one of the most successful CS: GO pro players of all time.

He broke the record of most HLTV MVP medals won with 21; he has won a major, Intel Grand Slam trophy, and several other S-Tier trophies. In addition, he holds the best player in CSGO for 2021. S1mple is the only pro player ever to make a major with three different cores.

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Emil “Magisk” Reif. 

Emil “Magisk” Reif

Magisk is a member of Team Vitality with $1,566,090.30 in tournament prizes. He’s Danish and has been a pro gamer since 2015, playing for several Danish teams, including Astralis, before Vitality. Magisk plays the role of a Lurker in the team.

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Denis “electroNic” Sharipov. 

Denis “electroNic” Sharipov

The Russian CS: GO pro player plays as an in-game leader and Rifler for the Natus Vincere (NaVi) team. He’s earned $1,506,458.66 in tournament prizes and has made a name for himself in the CS: GO world. electroNic got an honorable mention in Thorin’s 2019 top 5 ranking of CS: GO players and got the MVP medal of HLTV’s ICE Challenge of 2020.

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Finn “Karrigan” Andersen.

Finn “Karrigan” Andersen

The Danish-German CS: GO pro player is an in-game leader and Rifler for the FaZe Clan with $1,317,752.06 in earnings. Karrigan is one of the most accomplished in-game leaders in the history of Counter-Strike. He led the Team SoloMid-Astralis to many trophies before transferring to the Faze Clan. Karrigan also became the first IGL in PGL Major Antwerp 2022 to guide a diverse lineup to a major victory.

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Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken. 

Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken

Twistzz is a Canadian player with $1,207,293.10 in tournament earnings. He plays for FaZe Clan as a Rifler and started gaming professionally in 2015. Twistzz is the first Canadian player ever to win a Maor.

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Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip. 

Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip

Stewie2K is an American CS: GO pro player with $1,186,573.20 in tournament earnings. He plays for the Evil Genuises as an in-game leader and Rifler. He’s a 2x HLTV MVP.

Conclusion

Their earnings and positions change with annual tournaments, and we’ll always keep you updated on rising talents and close rivalry between established players. So keep betting on your favorite players to enrich yourself as you follow them closely.