As CS2 approaches, competitive platform Faceit is letting players look back on their CSGO stats and achievements with Faceit Replay.
ESL Faceit Group (EFG) has this week launched the Faceit Replay tool, which lets its 30m users relive their CSGO history on the Faceit platform.
The new shareable feature lets players discover their personal stats from the last three years, such as global/local rank, number of kills, headshot accuracy, best map and more.
As Faceit is used by pro CS players, Faceit Replay can also reveal the data of some of the game’s biggest stars, including No.1 ranked player Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov, and acclaimed Dutch player Shuaib “D0cC” Ahmad. Amateur players will also be able to compare their stats against the pro players.
How to see your CSGO stats on Faceit Replay
Players can head to Faceit Replay to discover their history and see where they place amongst the world’s biggest community of CS players.
There, they can share their accolades such as global/local rank, number of kills, headshot accuracy, best map, kill breakdown, minutes played and more on social media to compare with friends and famous members of the community.
On Faceit, players can of course join communities, gather tips and feedback for their path to pro and can join or host matches on private servers. Faceit provides its own ranking system in which players start at Level 1 and are able to reach Level 10. Players can participate in community tournaments or qualify for the Faceit Pro League. Faceit also has anti-cheat and chat moderation through its own AI called Minerva.
Faceit Replay example stats: m0NESY, smooya and more
Pros already using the new feature include:
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Counter-Strike talent have also been discovering their CS history on Faceit, including the UK’s James Bardolph on Faceit (4,493 matches and a 50% win rate) and Machine on Faceit (426 matches, 54% win rate) and more.
We’ve added a selection of other CS personalities and their stats below.
UK player and content creator Smooya has played almost 7,000 matches and has a 60% win rate, for example.
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