Highest peak viewers on Twitch
Alexandre “Gaules” Borba hit the highest peak viewers for a Twitch CS:GO stream on May 16, 2022. His stream was at one point watched by 707,648 subsequent viewers during PGL Major Antwerp, the most for a non-corporate Twitch channel. The official ELEAGUE TV channel is the only one to exceed this number.
Most watched Twitch clip
The most watched CS:GO clip on Twitch belongs to the one and only Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev. The clip, titled “s1mple FPL 1v5”, has gathered nearly 2.4 million views, which is 50 percent more than the second most popular CS:GO clip, and ranks fourth overall on Twitch.
Most Twitter followers
The most popular CS:GO personality on Twitter is Michael “shroud” Grzesiek, with 1.95 million followers. There’s not much competition for shroud on Twitter. His audience on the platform is 50 percent higher than second-place Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo and his 1.27 million followers.
Most Twitch followers
Michael “shroud” Grzesiek has 10.6 million followers on Twitch, which ranks him No. 9 overall on the site and as an undisputed No. 1 among CS:GO streamers. The second-most popular CS:GO streamer on Twitch is Jaryd “summit1g” Lazar, who has “just” 6.2 million followers.
Most streamed hours on Twitch
Alexandre “Gaules” Borba has over 31,000 streamed hours of CS:GO on Twitch, by far the most by any non-corporate Twitch channel. This number is so vast that Gaules is closer to the biggest CS:GO tournament organizer ESL’s official Twitch channel than other individual content creators are to him.
Most YouTube subscribers
Michael “shroud” Grzesiek is the king of CS:GO content on YouTube. Shroud has 6.8 million YouTube subscribers, the most for any CS:GO content creator. Even popular youtubers like Cameron “Fitz” McKay and Lucas “speedyw03” Watson could not challenge shroud’s multi-platform dominance.
Most watched YouTube video
The most watched CS:GO video on YouTube is titled “High Ping [SFM]”, and was uploaded by the NuclearProductions channel on May 18, 2018. The video is just 79 seconds long and has been viewed over 30 million times.