eSports Player Review - s1mple Name: Oleksandr “”s1mple”” Kostyliev Date of Birth: October 2, 1997 Country: Ukraine Game: Counter-Strike Global Offensive Tournament Winnings: $113,357.05 Oleksandr “”s1mple”” Kostyliev Oleksandr “”s1mple”” Kostyliev is a young but very talented Ukrainian rifler with an unbelievable potential to be unleashed, who appeared on the horizon of the professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene a few years ago. As a part of the team Natus Vincere, “s1mple” is now capable of playing at the highest competitive level and winning over the best teams and players from all over the world. eSports Discipline: Oleksandr is competing in the most popular eSports first-person shooter game, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The list of “s1mple”’s greatest strengths features consistent aim and in-game aggression which enable him to take down opponents easily. With current Kill/Death ratio of 1.18, he is a real beast. His incredible play at ESL One is maybe one of the most memorable moments in the history of the CS:GO. Result and Earnings For his young age, “s1mple” is earns really well. With $112,257.05 from only 34 competitions, Oleksandr is ranked 14th in the Ukraine, according to money from eSports events. This player has a bright future and the chance to become the most successful Ukrainian eSports player. 2016 Results $99,200.00 From 13 Tournaments 88.37% of Total Prize Money Earned 2015 Results $9,011.50 From 16 Tournaments 8.03% of Total Prize Money Earned 2014 Results $4,045.55 From 5 Tournaments 3.60% of Total Prize Money Earned Oleksandr “”s1mple”” Kostyliev eSports Career Oleksandr started his career back in 2013 with the Ukrainian team LAN DODGERS, where he was discovered in early 2014, after his incredible plays in some of the online competitions like StarSeries. In mid-September 2014, “s1mple” saw his career briefly elevated as he signed for team HellRaisers and played alongside stars such as Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov and Yegor “markeloff” Markelov. Kostyliev’s first international achievement was at DreamHack Winter 2014. Two months later, the Ukrainian was caught cheating and was banned from all ESL tournaments in 2015. Hellraisers parted ways with him at this time. His ban later expired in February 2016. Oleksandr bounced from team to team for a while. For a small period, he was part of the Ukrainian Flipsid3 Tactics team. However he left the squad on July 17, 2015, following internal problems. He then announced he would be going inactive for the time being, but joined Evolution (Evolution.Dark) just a few days later. This lasted a month before the team was let go and later, he joined team Liquid and made his way back to the big competitive scene. Nowadays, Oleksandr is part of team Natus Vincere, motivated and ready to conquer new eSports heights. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now s1mple Latest PerformancevsG2 eSports0:1vsG2 Esports1:0vsfnatic1:0s1mple Statistics Favorite Weapon – AWP Overall K/D Ratio 1.19 Source – HLTV.ORG Popular eSports Players Dendi - Dota 2 fy - Dota 2 ppd - Dota 2 Puppey - Dota 2 Rekkles - LoL pashaBiceps - CS GO kennyS - CS GO Bengi - LoL Featured eSports Articles Ti9 prize pool crosses $ 11.5 million mark Antoan Vasilev | 2019-05-22Dota 2 is famous for it's huge prizes. Ti9 prize pool crosses $ 11.5 million marks and continues growing with each following day!ENCE vs Team Liquid Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-05-21Our team of professionalists prepared an ENCE vs Team Liquid Betting Tips for you! Check details of both teams to better choose the winner!Ti9 Battle Pass revealed Antoan Vasilev | 2019-05-17Ti9 Battle Pass is now here. Learn more about everything that Dota 2 developers set up for us in the upcoming lines. CS:GO update adds Ballistic Shield, Train & Sirocco fixes Antoan Vasilev | 2019-05-16Since the launch of CS: GO Update, that brings battle royale mode, the community wants to see more action. Now it is time for a new map and items. Learn more below!