Tarik “tarik” Celik is a full-time streamer and youtuber from the US, he is a former CS GO pro player who now chooses to become a full content creator playing valorant. As of 2022, Tarik’s net worth is estimated to be around $250,000
He is a retired pro CS:GO player who has won numerous top events while playing for teams such as Cloud9, Evil Geniuses, NRG, and Counter Logic Gaming.
Together with his productive livestream and content production career, has helped him become one of North America’s most popular gamers. In early 2021, he quit from competitive CS:GO to concentrate to become a full-time streamer and content creator.
Tarik has earned a total prize money of around $792,739 From 147 Tournaments in CS:GO.
Wiki, Bio, Real Name, Age, Height, Nationality
- Wiki, Bio, Real Name, Age, Height, Nationality
- Net Worth
- Tarik Valorant Settings
- Tarik CS:GO Settings
- Tarik Explains Why Many CS:GO Pros Move to Valorant
- Tarik Trigger Netizen Debate, Call CS:GO way Harder Than Valorant
|Real Name||Tarik Celik|
|Age||26 years old (February 19, 1996)|
|Born In||New York, United States|
Youtube Estimated Earnings
According to social blade, Tarik youtube channel has an estimated yearly earnings between $14.5K to $232.7K, monthly earnings between $1.2K – $19.4K, and daily averages $40 – $646.
Twitch Estimated Earnings
According to influencer marketing hub, Tarik has an estimated income of between $120.49 – $200.81 per day, $3,615 – $6,024 per month, and $43,978 – $73,297 per year from Twitch.
Tarik Valorant Settings
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|Outlines||On / 0.5 / 1|
|Center Dot||On / Thickness: 3|
|Outer Lines||1 / 2 / 3 / 5|
|Inner Lines||1 / 5 / 1 / 1|
|Fade / Movement / Firing Error||Off / Off / Off|
Monitor and Video:
|Refresh rate||240 Hz|
|[BETA] Experimental Sharpening||Off|
Tarik CS:GO Settings
|Color||Light blue (4)|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz|
Tarik Explains Why Many CS:GO Pros Move to Valorant
Since Riot Games released Valorant the FPS game, quite a few CS:GO pros have switched, especially in North America. The number of CS:GO tournaments switching to the European region during the online phase is also one of the main reasons why many teams are pulling a vacuum from this Valve FPS game.
No wonder many CS:GO pros decided to try their luck on Valorant. Tarik ‘tarik’ Celik, an inactive player on the Evil Geniuses team, tried to comment on the reasons for this phenomenon during yesterday’s stream.
“It’s a shame, but you can’t blame them because they don’t have more opportunities in North America. So, it’s bad, but that’s the current situation. It could be that there aren’t enough teams or people in North America. I don’t know if they’re tired of it. CS. That’s probably why they moved to something new and interesting,” Tarik said.
In fact, if we look at the best Valorant teams right now, like Sentinels, there are at least two former CS:GO pros in their ranks. Interestingly, the abilities of CS:GO pros have been very helpful for Valorant’s rapid growth.
However, will this have an impact on the competitive CS:GO scene in the future? E-sports friends, do you think Valorant will slowly change the popularity of CS:GO?
Tarik Trigger Netizen Debate, Call CS:GO way Harder Than Valorant
Tarik has just managed to spark a public debate by stating that CS:GO is harder than Valorant. Since the tweet was posted yesterday, there have been over 1,200 retweets, 20,000 likes, and hundreds of comments containing discussions and debates.
Of course, the two FPS game fans have their own opinions, making the debate even more heated. This online debate starts by comparing general things like gameplay, mechanical abilities, and other technical issues. However, when netizens started comparing the two games in terms of Twitch and tournament viewership, the debate began to heat up.
Several professional players, streamers, and content creators also gave their opinions on the two games. Most often mentioned, CS:GO has more complex weapon mechanics, while Valorant has agents with different abilities, making them look diverse.
However, fans don’t seem to accept that there are plus and minus points for every game. They reveal facts to show that their favorite games are better. Uniquely, this actually opens up new discussions about how game developers can deal with issues that arise in games.
One of CS:GO streamer Mohamad “m0E” Assad’s comments attempted to make his point about the two games. He said that CS:GO is more difficult to master mechanically, while Valorant is more complex because it has various agents.
Tarik himself said his provocative tweet went as planned. The debate does not appear to be aimed at dividing the two sides. But it’s more about finding similarities and appreciating each game.