ScreaM

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Player Information
Name:
Adil Benrlitom
Birth:
July 2, 1994 (1994-07-02) (age 22)
Country:
Status:
Active
Team:
Role(s):
Sponsor:
FinalMouse, Gaming-Tech.net
Approx. Total Winnings:
$171,350
Alternate IDs:
ScreaMy, ScreaM-dA-K1nG
Links
History
Counter-Strike: Source:
2010-02-23 – 2010-05-28
2010-05-28 – 2010-08-31
2010-08-31 – 2010-11-08
2010-11-08 – 2010-05-28
2011-01-20 – 2011-02-14
2011-02-14 – 2011-06-07
2011-06-07 – 2011-10-29
2012-01-06 – 2012-05-10
2012-05-10 – 2012-06-13
2012-06-13 – 2012-05-10

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive:

2012-09-06 – 2012-09-20
2012-09-20 – 2012-11-14
2012-11-14 – 2012-12-18
2012-12-18 – 2013-01-09
2013-01-16 – 2013-12-31
2014-01-07 – 2014-09-03
2014-09-03 – 2014-09-06
2014-09-06 – 2015-05-05
2015-05-05 – 2015-09-11
2015-09-11 – 2015-09-23
2015-09-23 – 2016-01-13
2016-01-13 – 2016-02-01
2016-02-01 – 2017-02-03
2017-02-21 – Present

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom (born July 2nd, 1994) is a very successful Belgian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and former Counter-Strike: Source player of Moroccan descent. He began to play Counter-Strike just for fun and never thought he would reach such a high level. After paying attention to some tournaments going on at the time, he began to strive to play in big teams. With a couple of lucky invites, and after being accused of hacking several times, he found his way onto several teams like VeryGames, Titan and Epsilon eSports.

Professional career[edit]

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom first lit up the French Counter-Strike: Source scene in 2010 as a 16-year-old when his eLogic team did well in EPS France. The Belgian would already in 2011 become part of a 3DMAX squad together with Richard "shox" Papillon that would manage to dethrone VeryGames at MaxLan.[1]

Their paths would go separate ways when "shox" joined the big VeryGames in May 2011,[2] but they would get back together in 2012 in Tt Dragons.[3] After CS:GO came out, they teamed up with experienced in-game leader Steeve "Ozstrik3r" Flavigni and would embark on adventures in the new game in August.

First named Epsilon, then Millenium, they would finally find a stable home in Imaginary Gaming, but ScreaM himself though made his international CS:GO debut as a stand-in for BuyKey at AMD Sapphire Prague,[4] where he put up incredible numbers (0.97 kills per round)[Citation needed] and awed the audience on numerous occasions.

Gear and settings[edit]

Mouse settings[5] (list of)
Mouse Effective DPI cm/360 in/360 DPI In-game sens. Windows sens. Raw input? Polling rate
FinalMouse Scream One 1000 41.6 16.4 400 2.5 5/11 On 1000 Hz
No date of last update specified!
Hardware
Mouse Mousepad
FinalMouse Scream One (Red) SteelSeries QcK Heavy
Monitor Refresh rate In-game resolution Scaling
BenQ XL2411Z 144 Hz 800×600 Black Bars
Keyboard Headset
SteelSeries 6Gv2 HyperX Cloud II
No date of last update specified!
Crosshair settings
Style Size Thickness Gap Outline Dot Color Alpha
4 1 1 999 No Yes (1) Light blue (4) 255
Click "Expand" for a code to copy and paste into your console.
cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 4; cl_crosshairdot 1; cl_crosshairgap 999; cl_crosshairsize 1; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2016-11-13 A22nd A2Major Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Northern Arena 2016 - Montreal G2 Esports 1 : 2 OpTic Gaming $25,000
2016-09-11 A22nd A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2 G2 Esports 0 : 2 Ninjas in Pyjamas $50,000
2016-06-26 A11st A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Esports Championship Series Season 1 - Finals G2 Esports 2 : 0 Luminosity Gaming $250,000
2016-05-15 A22nd A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL Pro League Season 3 - Finals G2 Esports 2 : 3 Luminosity Gaming $90,000
2015-09-08 A11st A2Major Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Gaming Paradise 2015 Team Kinguin 2 : 0 Natus Vincere $30,000
2014-08-03 A22nd A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Gfinity G3 Titan 0 : 2 Virtus.pro $10,000
2013-11-30 A33 - 4th A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive DreamHack Winter 2013 VeryGames 1 : 2 Ninjas in Pyjamas $22,000
2013-10-27 A11st A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive EMS One Fall Season VeryGames 2 : 1 Ninjas in Pyjamas $12,000
2013-10-13 A11st A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive StarLadder StarSeries VII VeryGames 2 : 0 Astana Dragons $7,000
2013-06-30 A11st A1Premier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL Major Series One - Summer 2013 VeryGames 2 : 0 Virtus.pro $12,000
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Trivia[edit]

  • Was voted the 7th best CS:GO player of 2013 by HLTV.org.[6]
  • Was voted the 9th best CS:GO player of 2016 by HLTV.org.[7]
  • Has likely had the best headshot ratio ever achieved in a professional game of any Counter-Strike title.[8]
  • Was featured in a FinalMouse advertisement for the FinalMouse 2016 ScreaM Edition[9]

Highlights[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2016[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. SEKYO (2011-03-20). "MaxLan : 3DMAX l'emporte ! " [MaxLan: 3DMAX wins!] (in french). VaKarM.net.
  2. Régis (2011-05-26). "shox rejoint VeryGames " [shox joins VeryGames] (in french). VaKarM.net.
  3. Régis (2012-01-06). "Tt Dragons accueille shox et cie " [Tt Dragons welcome shox and co.] (in french). VaKarM.net.
  4. MIRAA (2012-11-27). "BuyKey, eXtensive! to Prague". HLTV.
  5. ScreaM CFG, g2esports.com
  6. Top 20 players of 2013: ScreaM (7)
  7. Top 20 players of 2016: ScreaM (6)
  8. ScreaM achieves headshot ratio of over 95%
  9. FinalMouse 2016 ScreaM Edition Advertisement