china 1.386 billion population
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Well even for NA, it's not like there's top tier players from every US state or every Canadian province. Similarly, not every country in EU have a top team.
I don't really know the provinces/states the players are from, but it makes more sense to compare the population of the EU countries in top 10 v population of NA/CA states/provinces in top 10.
And plus, I'm willing to be EU has a larger playerbase. CS has always been more popular in Europe than NA or asia.
NA scene is basically skadoodle roflmao, a convicted criminal
He also threw the game with the ibp members. He didn’t get banned because after they threw the game, everyone except ska got their skins. And so ska had to wait until his skins were ready. Later on, when the match fixing scandal thing started, he didn’t accept the trade offer. And because he didn’t got the skins, valve didn’t had any proof or anything else to ban him (since he didn’t got anything from the match fixing).
This was also proven by DaZeD and steel.
not as many people play cs in na as eu last i checked :/ check steam chart thing :|
Scandinavia = 20.000.000 ppl
Rest of the world = 7.744.549.601 ppl
Why rest of the world so shit?
UK, Italy and Germany needs to up their game. 210 million people in these countries and they all suck at CS.
NA have no foreskin so they cant think clearly because itching hahahahha
Classic NA hate and bait thread. yawn.
I don't think you understand how niche cs is in NA.
but i'll tell you what you can keep any video game trophies we will keep ... Olympic gold medals dominance, intel, amd, invidia, almost the entire gaming industry including valve, streaming platforms, etc etc have fun with those video game trophies.
EU > CIS > NA > SA > ASIA
in NA, competitive console games were much more popular than competitive pc games after the peak of 1.6. i don't have any source but i'd say that the console FPS scene was bigger than PC until at least 2014. from 2005-2009 halo was huge, and the competitive cod scene exploded in the 2010-2014 range. GO was super popular here until early 2019. the game's popularity has really died off in NA recently, people have been moving on to other games
The problem is the stigma around video games in general. People from NA think video games can't be a career because it's not traditional.
With that being said, I think once the older generation passes gaming careers will be much more widely accepted as it is a rapidly growing industry