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Most Major finals casted as a duo


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Anders Blume and Auguste “Semmler” Massonnat have casted 6 Major finals together, twice as many as any other pair of commentators. The legendary casting duo has delivered the commentary on just under a third of the 19 CS:GO Major finals.

Most trophies won as a pro


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Nathan “NBK” Schmitt won 22 titles during his professional career, including two Majors, but it’s a little known fact that he’s also casted a Major final, at EMS Katowice. This gives him eligibility to surpass Robin “Fifflaren” Johansson and his 19 trophies to become the talent with the best professional CS:GO career.

Most Major appearances


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Anders Blume is called “The voice of CS:GO” for a reason. The commentator has attended 17 of the 19 CS:GO Majors. Anders was an inseparable part of the first 13 Majors, only missing his first such event at IEM Katowice 2019. PGL Antwerp is the other Major not to have Anders as a broadcasting talent.

Pro with most Major appearances as talent


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Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill was among the best Australian CS:GO players before transitioning into media. SPUNJ attended four CS:GO Majors as a player with Vox Eminor and Renegades. He doubled that amount as a broadcasting talent. SPUNJ’s 8 Majors on the air are the most by a pro player and rank in the top 10 for talent overall.

Most Major appearances as an analyst


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Duncan “Thorin” Shields has been part of the broadcasting talent for 8 CS:GO Majors, each time in the role of an analyst. Jason “moses” O’Toole could have easily held this record had he not made the switch to casting right after his 7th consecutive Major appearance as an analyst.

Most Major appearances as an interviewer

James Banks

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The role of a devoted interviewer is relatively new compared to desk hosts, commentators, or analysts, but one man has mastered it already. James Banks has the most Major appearances as an interviewer. Being part of the final five CS:GO Majors means he has at least a two-Major advantage over everybody else.