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what age is too old to go pro?
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United States xxxhoshi 
i say 25
2019-02-08 05:09
When you suck, obviously.
2019-02-08 05:12
+1
2019-02-08 05:15
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Australia AU_CS_LUL 
+1
2019-02-08 05:27
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Germany Zap1337 
+1
2019-02-12 22:41
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Morocco handicap 
pro at cs ? or porn ?
2019-02-08 05:16
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United Kingdom Johal 
both
2019-02-08 05:17
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United States Slyckz 
porn can be any age (above 18) people are into anything and everything
2019-02-08 05:22
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Morocco handicap 
any age ? are you soliciting pedophilia sir ?
2019-02-08 05:20
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United States Slyckz 
well i guess i shouldve worded that one better i meant for older people
2019-02-08 05:21
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Morocco handicap 
np jst jk
2019-02-08 05:22
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Panama xemzex 
For my kind of porn it's lower
2019-02-08 05:19
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Australia AU_CS_LUL 
@FBI @JohnathanE
2019-02-08 05:28
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Panama xemzex 
Wtf man I don't go too low
2019-02-08 05:28
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Cambodia Libtard 
When you die or have alzheimer
2019-02-08 05:25
To be pro at CS, probably 25 in most cases. If you place like Gold Nova in MM, or perhaps even a bit better you should just accept that you'll always be casual no matter how young you are. To go pro, you need some degree of natural talent.
2019-02-08 05:27
this is a lie tho. There are several pros that used to be silver and gn
2019-02-12 20:24
The only one I heard of ever being silver was Smooya and that was in large part because he was playing on a laptop with a track pad. If you know of anymore pros who were ever actually low ranked please let me know. Also, I already know that there's been pros lose their high ranks from MMR decay like N0thing who ended up being Gold Nova, but he was already pro at that point and his actual skill was much higher.
2019-02-12 22:24
Because they used to play previous versions of counter strike, that makes you adapt faster. You could've been average in 1.6 and get like supreme after some time in csgo. But if it's your first cs then you're most likely going to get gold nova at best if the first thing you do is to play matchmaking. The natural talent part is when you improve much faster than others, not when you install a game and you're already as good as people who played 1000-2000 hours and you didn't even know premise of the game before you tried it - that's impossible
2019-02-12 22:38
+1
2019-02-12 22:58
Hardwork can also help you go pro, just cause s1mple is naturally gifted at cs, doesnt mean he doesnt work his ass off
2019-02-12 22:28
matchmaking ranks don't mean shit
2019-02-12 23:01
its hard that a good org picks you up if you are 25+ and no namer in the scene but at the same time even if you are 30 you can play with your friends for like couple of years and get to mdl or something and then bigger teams notice you
2019-02-08 05:32
You can be as old as you want as long as you can compete with the best.
2019-02-08 05:36
good answer
2019-02-12 22:33
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
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2019-02-12 22:25
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2019-02-12 22:26
sorry to burst your bubble, but going pro is 100% talent and another 100% of hardwork. if you dont play way better than 99,99% of players within low amounts of hours, then you got no potential to go pro. age doesnt matter. you can pick up cs with 22 and go pro couple years later at 25-26.
2019-02-12 22:32
cool math bro
2019-02-12 23:03
30
2019-02-12 22:39
The biggest issue would be probably money, the older you get the more independent you become. Hard to compete with 16 year olds, if you gotta work for like 8-10 hours a day
2019-02-12 22:40
It depends on how you live your life. If one really want to then working half time will pay for what you need easy, but of course only if you're not a provider because then it is another matter and there is also lots to do being a parent besides earning money.
2019-02-12 23:00
correct, but I guess you would have to really believe in yourself then. Lifestyle like that would give you so little time to rest and to do other things, enormous sacrifice in comparison to people who went pro before like 22-23
2019-02-13 00:32
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Poland Julka 
It depends If you have never touched CS in your life and you are over 20, it might be too late. However if you are already on higher level you can be even older. But when you are old, your career might be short, so it's not worth starting
2019-02-12 22:47
No offense but the chance of you going pro is about as big the chance of s1mple staying in Na'Vi after the major Same could be said for me. No matter how much you practice, you'll never even get close if you just don't have the innate talent.
2019-02-12 23:01
I'd say 20ty-ish...after that I dunno...hard. if you are already faceit level 10 elo 3000, fpl-c with a team and whatnot going on LANs for several months or even a semi/pro/amateur then maybe untill 25...
2019-02-12 23:36
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