eSports Player Review - FalleNName: Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo Date of Birth: May 30, 1991 Country: Brazil Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tournament Winnings: $594,039.64 from 70 Tournaments In Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, there is an opinion that the IGL (in-game leader) can’t be a successful rifler or AWP-er. There is solid logic behind this statement because usually, the IGLs should think for the rest of their teammates and the team strategy in a fast changing scenario. Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo is proof of the opposite. He is not only one of the greatest IGLs in the world and the captain of the Brazilian SK Gaming, but also one of the best AWP-ers worldwide. eSports Discipline Currently, FalleN is playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. He also one of the few professional players that has had experience in both predecessors of CS: GO, Counter-Strike 1.6 and Counter-Strike Source. As we mentioned, his favorite weapon is AWP and the statistics are categorical about it. More than 6,000 kills have been made by FalleN in his competitive career. Next on the list is the AK-47, with 6 times less. The P250 is Gabriel’s favorite pistol, since he has killed more people with it than the default Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists pistols, USP and Glock. The percentage of headshots is low – 30.1%, dictated by the fact that FalleN is playing as an AWPer for his team. On the other side, it is good to mention that he has a great ratio in the Kill/Round – 0.72. In other words, he is killing an opponent in 72 of 100 rounds, which has a massive impact on the game. Results and Earnings With $594,039.64 from 70 Tournaments, FalleN is leading the country, ranking and holding #80 in the world for money earned by tournament prize funds. Between 2010 and 2014, the player did not do so well in terms of money, since he earned a total of just $8,200. Since then, every following year is more and more successful. The peak was in 2016, when Toledo won $368,494.79, thanks to the dominating play by SK Gaming in that period. 2017 Best Winnings 1st Esports Championship Series Season 3 – Finals $50,000.00 2nd DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 $20,000.00 1st ESL One Cologne 2017 $20,000.00 2016 Best Winnings 1st ESL One: Cologne 2016 $100,000.00 1st MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 $100,000.00 1st ESL Pro League S3 Finals $40,000.00 2015 Total Winnings $34,567.88 from 20 Tournaments 2014 Total Winnings $2,349.93 from 4 Tournaments eSports Career of Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo For his 26 years, FalleN already has a pretty interesting eSports career. He started as a Counter-Strike 1.6 player, moved for a while to the Counter-Strike Source, and is currently playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. With all this experience, Gabriel surely has a great knowledge about the game. The biggest team in his 1.6 career was the American CompLexity team, which was pretty famous back in the day. After that, in the dawn of the new CS, he played for relatively small teams such as PlayArt, ProGaming, KaBum!, and Games Academy. His rise started with the organization Luminosity Gaming, where he won his first ever Major title. Soon after that, FalleN and the rest of the team members transferred to the Swedish organization SK Gaming to become one of the most iconic and legendary Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams. Besides all that, Gabriel owns his own eSports organization, Games Academy, where young Brazilian talents are training under his patronage. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now FalleN Latest PerformancevsGrayhound1:2vsTyloo0:1vsRenegades1:0FalleN Statistics Favorite Weapon – AWP Overall K/D Ratio 1.21 Source – HLTV.ORG Popular eSports Players Dendi - Dota 2 fy - Dota 2 ppd - Dota 2 Puppey - Dota 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS GO Faker - CS GO Featured eSports Articles Valve releases True Sight Ti8 Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-23Valve kept the community of eSports engaged with only a few hours before the official release of " True Sight "Team Liquid vs The Pango Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-19The Chongqing Major, organized by StarLadder and ImbaTV, will be the second major of the 2018/2019 season of Dota 2. It will take place in Chongqing, China, between January 19 and 27. Benefit from our Team Liquid vs The Pango Betting Tips, now!Dota 2 Chongqing Major Betting Preview and Predictions Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-16The Bucharest Minor has finished and has left us all ready for the first Major tournament of the Dota. We are talking about Chongqing Major 2019, an event that will take place in Chongqing, China.New ‘League of Legends’ Lore Images Tease Chain Champion Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-13New 'League of Legends' Lore Images Tease Chain Champion! Learn more about the magician Sylas, is able to steal other champions ults.