learn crosshair replacement on maps, brain == aim both should be equal not the other way around. Learn to cooperate with your teammates, stats dont matter if you keep losing every map. DONT BAIT LIKE COLDZERA. Dont rage, make yourself calm even if you have idiot teammate who keeps buying negev every round. Practice everyday, make sure to warm up before playing.
best player I've ever played with told me "expect the movement" referring to the peeks of your enemy players.
Dont worry about kills as much worry about getting the round
Dont get greedy on ct and start pushing just let them come to you
On t side chances are your team are not going to want to entry so start trying to entry more and learn basic positions where the enemies will be and just pre aim them clearing them as you go out there is workshop maps to help with that
Play, play and replay. Best advice.
Learn ro throw ur utility and especially when and why u throw it....for example flasjbangs for ur entry, flashes to peek an angle, flashes to save a teammate or to set teammates up in general....thats my tip
And ofc play some dm, aimbotz, aimmap, whatever. Retakes could help as well
And learn to read ur opponents i guess....most ppl in lower elo just do the same thing ober and over again, especially if it worled once of twice, just learn how to read them and counter them
watch Astralis and BIG play
Just bait ez kills mens)))
Learn how to spray, don't be one of those guys who only taps/bursts even when the enemy is close to you. I see this a lot in lower elos and it tilts the fuck out of me when they miss a kill they could have gotten if they sprayed.
Its simple by concept, the hard part is to be consistent.
1. Lots of ffa dm and hs only dm, practice daily, if you can, at least 1-2 hours, preferably after your pugs or at different times as from my experience, playing a pug after 2 hours of dming kills performance as your brain is just too tired by that point. Focus on crosshair placement and movement, which are the most important components of aim in this game.
2.learn utility usage on maps- super important
3.always try to think, try to read your opponents, this game is about iq as much as it is about aim. This is baisically the main part of gamesense, which develops with time.
4.watch POV of players that you like, helps a lot.
5.dont be toxic and blame teammates, do your thing, play the best you can, and accept the fact you'll lose games despite playing good. Its an integral part of the grind. Players who remain calm are almost always better.
6. May sound dumb, but master the deagle... This little buddy can change eco rounds and eventually the match if you know how to use it. I cant emphasize this enough. I have had so many rounds which my team won when i got 2-4k with the deagle on eco.
7. Be consistent....this game is very hard to master, but it is rewarding eventually if youre consistent enough with your practice regimens and not giving up.
go faceit and watch videos
1. watch voo's and n0thing's videos on gamesense, movement and positioning - those are far more important than aim
2. plan your utility ahead and before throwing ask yourself: what will this do for me or my team
3. don't think KILLS, think MAP control. sometimes, taking an enemy out of position is more important than killing him - when you get the opening kill on an entry, your team will almost always starts to run and this will transfer the advantage to the remaining CTs on the site. So, INFO > KILL
4. Maybe this is the most important tip: open 1 angle at a time and isolate duels. Even if you know there's 1 guy alone, don't overstrafe unless this is what you want to do (like throwing your enemy aim to the gutter)
5. learn one way smokes, avoid common angles and prefire whenever possible
6. stick to a teammate. unless the strat or round requires it, never be alone, open angle in duos and watchout for your teammates positioning and what he is doing - this will grant you more kills and you will stay alive more often than not.
7. STAY FUCKING CALM. Always, don't overreact, don't over peek, don't over engage - make a goal and stick to it (like, take bathrooms and mid on overpass, FORGET ABOUT A SITE FOR NOW. once you got mid, then rework your plan.
8. Staying alive is more important than killing someone. Even if you're not a part of the fight, if your enemy is worried about where you are, you have the advantage.
9. Memorize timings. First engagement on rushs usually happens between 1:45 and 1:40 on most maps, after that it's most likely going to be an execute, fake or whatever - your antirush strats stops here.
quit and start a life. dont waste ur time.