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Welcome to CSGO Totem. We’ve compiled the crosshairs of CS:GO professional players. So, if you’re looking for the crosshair of a specific player, simply click on his name above. You will then see a preview of his current crosshair, and the config code of it, so that you can copy-paste it into your console, and get the same crosshair.
We’ve compiled over 100 CS:GO pro crosshairs for you to see. Gathering all these crosshairs has been tedious work that has taken us countless hours. Therefore, we hope that you really appreciate this service.
We started aggregating crosshairs because there were no other sources that did this. We were interested in crosshairs of pro players ourselves because if the pros used these crosshairs, then they must be good. We then tried multiple crosshairs from our favorite streamers until we found the crosshairs that we liked. This is definitely one of the best ways to find the crosshair that fits you well.
We try to always keep these crosshairs up-to-date. We try to gather information as soon as a pro player changes his crosshair. Note that this is not an automated process, and therefore we really appreciate if you tell us in the comments if a pro player has changed crosshair.
Changing your CS:GO crosshair is easy. It’s a bit hard the first time you do it, but when you’ve got it down it’s super simple. We recommend watching this video if it’s your first time doing it. It will guide you through the step-by-step process.
Here’s our text explanation of it. You can do it in 2 ways:
You can also change your CS:GO crosshair in the actual game. To do this:
There’s no such thing as the best crosshair. Every player has their own favorite. Some may like the classic, small and green one from Counter Strike Source whereas others will love a big, thick and purple one. There are so many options, and you should just pick the one that you like the most. So how do you know which one you like the most? That’s very simple. You could do one of the following:
Then just keep trying a few crosshairs until you find the one that you like the most. Keep using that one, and you’ll fall in love with that one over a few weeks. You’ll discover that if you ever change your crosshair again in the future, you’ll probably play even worse. So, therefore, find your favorite, and stick to it.