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CS:GO Pro Gear, Hardware, Peripherals, and Setups used by professionals and top players.

 Find out what gear the top Counter-Strike players are using by clicking on a specific team. Scroll down to the bottom to search our entire database of setups used by individual players, and filter by different teams, types of equipment, etc.

Player: coldzera
Mouse: Zowie za12
Keyboard: HyperX FPS Alloy
Mousepad: Mionix Sargas 450 SK
Headset: HyperX Revolver
Monitor: BenQ XL2411
Player: NiKo
Mouse: ZOWIE EC2-A
Keyboard: SteelSeries 6Gv2
Mousepad: BenQ ZOWIE G-SR
Headset: HyperX Cloud II
Monitor: BenQ XL2430T
Player: dev1ce
Mouse: ZOWIE EC2-A
Keyboard: ZOWIE Celeritas
Mousepad: SteelSeries QcK Heavy
Headset: HyperX Cloud II
Monitor: BenQ XL2411T

Gaming Gear used by Popular CS:GO Teams

Below you can search through our entire pro player and team database for gear setups and settings. Find peripherals by searching for any metric you’d like. For example: kennyS, Astralis, Fnatic, fer, Steelseries, Razer etc. We’ve also included links if you’re interested in checking out the hardware pricing and specs.

How to Choose the right Gear for Counter-Strike:GO

CS:GO is currently the most popular FPS eSport with hundreds of professional and semi-professional players. With such a huge player-base, it’s no surprise that there are a huge variety of different setups and gear preferences. Here’s some basic info to help you get acquainted when looking for what you need to know when deciding what gaming equipment to use.


In CS:GO it’s widely agreed (and supported through research) that lower sensitivities provide the most positive impact on consistent gameplay. Higher sensitivity magnifies any subtle movements you make, making it harder to control your spray and tapping. Although new gaming mice continue to push the dpi ceiling, it should not be viewed as a huge determining factor in the purchase.


The Keyboards that Pro CS:GO players use generally have less of a direct impact on gameplay in CS:GO. Virtually all gaming keyboards come equipped with anti-ghosting capabilities (allowing for multiple keypresses to register simultaneously). We find that professional players prefer tenkeyless keyboards (keyboards that do not include a numpad). These smaller and more compact versions allow for more mousepad room,and for the mouse-arm to be put closer to the body. Mechanical keyboards are certainly popular, although not a necessity. Depending on the type of mechanical switch, players may have less accidental keypresses and better control over their movement.

Mouse pad

Mouse pads are a component one might not think has a noticeable impact. However, gaming grade surfaces designed for speed and control provide advantages in certain situations. Cloth pads generally provide more traction & friction, allowing for less slide at the end of mouse movement. They provide consistent movement and control across the surface. Hard surfaces on the other hand allow for swift movements that reward deft mouse handling. Players who rely on rapid aiming and flicking may prefer this type of surface.


Monitors in CS:GO and every game in general have been gaining importance along with the rise of eSports. Refresh rates are quickly becoming the determining factor in a gaming monitors impact. Current professional standards require 120hz or 144hz monitors to maximize your control and feeling in-game. Higher end monitors will have better color vibrancy and less latency, although these are mostly secondary factors.

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