The analytical service checked the average age of CS:GO pros and whether the successes of IGL depend on their age.
GG Predict, a website that collects data and creates statistics in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, decided to check what age is the best for a professional CS player and whether IGL’s success depends on its age.
The data is presented in a very interesting way and it is really worth getting acquainted with. What are the statistics?
Data presented by GG Predict
As you can see in the picture below presenting GG Predict statistics – the average age of the top 20 CS: GO players is somewhere between 22 and 23 years of age. Interestingly, the average age of IGLs, or “game leaders”, is 24-25 years old.
GG Predict also announced the youngest and oldest player among the best teams in the world. The youngest is Bymas, who is 17 years old, while the oldest RpK is 31 years old. In addition, we can find out who has the youngest and who has the oldest squad. “The youth” represents the Skade team, while the “veterans” are in the Saw team.
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According to the chart above, when you turn 27, think about hanging your mouse on a peg. However, there are many players who play longer. A great example is Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas, who turns 35 this year and is still doing great.