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s1mple

s1mple

Oleksandr Kostylev, 21 years Ukraine

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Gold in tournaments:
  • BLAST Pro Series — Copenhagen 2018
  • ESL One Cologne 2018
  • CS:GO Asia Championships 2018
  • StarSeries i-League Season 5
  • DreamHack Winter 2017
  • WESG 2017 Europe Finals
  • ESL One New York 2016
  • CIS Championship
  • Voronezh Cup
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Silver in tournaments:
  • EPICENTER 2018
  • FACEIT Major — London 2018
  • DreamHack Masters Marseille 2018
  • StarSeries i-League Season 4
  • Adrenaline Cyber League 2017
  • ESL One Cologne 2016
  • iBUYPOWER Spring Invitational 2016
  • Global Offensive: Champions League S2
  • G2A.com December Cup Powered by FACEIT Europe
  • Game Show CS:GO League Season One
7
Bronze in tournaments:
  • ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018
  • ESL Pro League Season 7. Finals
  • ELEAGUE Major 2018
  • ESL One Cologne 2017
  • SL i-League StarSeries Season 3
  • MLG Major Championship: Columbus
  • ESWC 2015
Prize:

$320,830.00

Team player

Natus Vincere

Won
Draws
Lose
52.73% (280)
3.95% (21)
43.31% (230)

Total matches: 531

s1mple

Oleksandr Kostylev, 21 years Ukraine

s1mple's eSports career started in 2013, when he was playing for Ukrainian team LAN DODGERS. Then he transferred to Courage Gaming, Amazing Gaming and a few lesser-known teams. At the middle of September 2014 s1mple joined his first more or less serious team - HellRaisers. Five months later he and Egor "markeloff" Markelov transferred to dAT Team. The team was signed by FlipSid3 one month later. Due to unspecified internal troubles, in July 2015 s1mple took a break from eSports. However, his "vacation" was anything but long - a few days later it was announced that s1mple joined Evolution. One month later he left Evolution and joined Evolution.Dark, a team that only existed for one month. After spending some time playing for Worst Players, s1mple helped his former teammates by standing in for HellRaisers and, later, for F3. On January 2, 2016, s1mple officially joined the NA team Team Liquid. On February 2, 2014, s1mple was banned by ESL for cheating and attempting to circumvent his punishment. The ban was officially lifted two years later.

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