NEO

NEO

Filip Kubski, 30 years Poland

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Gold in tournaments:
  • Adrenaline Cyber League 2017
  • DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017
  • DreamHack Bucharest 2016
  • Show Match: Virtus.pro vs Natus Vincere
  • ELEAGUE Season 1
  • SL i-League CS:GO Invitational
  • Azubu.tv CS:GO Show-Match
  • Crown Invitational
  • ESL ESEA Pro League Dubai Invitational
  • CEVO Professional Season 8
  • CEVO Professional Season 7
  • ESEA Season 18 Finals
  • Copenhagen Games 2015
  • Acer A-Split Invitational powered by Intel
  • Caseking King of Kings
  • Gfinity 3
  • ESL Pro Series Poland Season 8
  • FACEIT Spring League
  • EMS One Katowice 2014
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Silver in tournaments:
  • The ELEAGUE Major 2017
  • EPICENTER: Moscow
  • ESL One New York 2016
  • PGL Season 1
  • E-sport-bets Celebration Show-match CS:GO
  • Gfinity Masters #2
  • King of Majors
  • ESEA Invite Season 17 Global Finals
  • Electronic Sports European Championship 2014
  • E-sport-bets 3rd Anniversary Сup
  • Copenhagen Games 2014
  • TECHLABS CUP 2013 CS:GO GRAND FINAL
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Bronze in tournaments:
  • PGL Major Kraków 2017
  • WESG 2016 CS:GO
  • WESG 2016. Europe LAN QUalifier
  • ESL One Cologne 2016
  • Counter Pit League Season 2 - Finals
  • Gfinity Champion of Champions
  • FACEIT League 2015 Stage 3
  • ESL One Cologne 2015
  • ESL ESEA Pro League
  • Counter Pit League Season 1
  • Gfinity Masters #1
  • ESL One Katowice 2015
  • FACEIT League 2015
  • ESWC 2014
  • DreamHack Winter 2014
  • Fragbite Masters 3 CS:GO
  • Hitbox Arena Championship 3
  • Game Show CS:GO League Season One
  • FACEIT League 2
  • ESEA Invite Europe Season 16
  • Fragbite Masters 2014
Prize:

$427,631.00

Won
Draws
Lose
59.14% (440)
3.90% (29)
36.96% (275)

Total matches: 744

NEO

Filip Kubski, 30 years Poland

neo is literally a legend of the international Counter-Strike scene. Filip is one of the role model players. For more than ten years the legendary Polish player together with his friend Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas have been at the top of the competitive Counter-Strike scene, and every single year neo reaches the top in both team and individual international competitions. His career started with Counter-Strike 1.6 in 2003. In 2004 he began playing with TaZ and still does since then. He was a member of such teams as Pentagram G-Shock, Meet Your Makers, Frag eXecutors and ESC Gaming. He was a part of the "Golden Five" that also included TaZ, kuben, Loord and LUq (who was replaced by pasha in 2010). The line-up got this name because they managed to win every single large CS 1.6 tournament. They won the ESWC, WCG and IEM multiple times. They are the only team in the history of Counter-Strike to win the WCG three times (in 2006, 2009 and 2011). The hltv.org users chose him as the best player of the decade. neo was nominated for the the best player award by several authoritative resources. The Polish player's transition to CS:GO was difficult: neo and his old teammates initially couldn't demonstrate the performance that everyone expected from them. neo and TaZ thought about switching to League of Legends. Nevertheless, in some time, after the roster changes in the "Golden Five", neo and his teammates climbed back, and they were one of the top 5 teams in the world for a long time. Since January 2014 neo has been playing for Virtus.pro, with whom he proved his title of the legend and keeps showing high-level play.

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