DaZeD

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Player Information
Name:
Sam Marine
Birth:
September 27, 1989 (1989-09-27) (age 29)
Country:
Years Active (Player):
2008 – 2015
2017 – Present
Team:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$36,043
Alternate IDs:
GoDaZed, Big Iron, DaZed
Links
History
2012-08-07 – 2012-12-15
2012-12-15 – 2013-02-05
2013-02-02 – 2013-05-06
2013-05-06 – 2013-06-28
2013-06-28 – 2013-09-30
2013-08-26 – 2013-??-??
Homeless (Backup)
2013-10-26 – 2014-11-05
2014-11-?? – 2014-12-??
2014-12-10 – 2015-01-05
2015-01-05 – 2015-01-26
2017-09-09 – 2017-11-01
2018-05-17 – Present

Sam "DaZeD" Marine is a retired professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, analyst and former Counter-Strike: Source player. He currently plays for subtLe.

He is most known for his time in iBUYPOWER and Quantic Gaming. DaZeD was one of 7 individuals permanently banned from Valve events for his involvement in the North American match fixing scandal.[1] In more recent times DaZeD has been attending events in his local area as an on-screen analyst, this has been very well received by the community despite previous events.

Information[edit]

Biography[edit]

DaZeD got his start in CS during his tenure on various teams in Counter-Strike: Source. Most notably, DaZeD took at top 3 finish under the Check Six banner with his current teammate steel at ESWC 2011.

When he switched over to CS:GO, he rose to prominence when his Area 51 roster finished third place in the first major CS:GO event, ESWC 2012. With Area 51, he won his first ESEA title.[2]

The Area 51 roster left the organisation, and joined 4Nothing, which later merged with Quantic Gaming. The roster eventually broke apart due to internal struggles.[3]

The next step of DaZeD's career was to join the Denial eSports roster.[4] This team eventually left their sponsor, and joined up with Team iBUYPOWER.[5] With the iBUYPOWER roster, DaZeD picked up two more ESEA titles in Season 15 and 16 respectively.[6]

Following allegations of his involvement in the North American match fixing scandal, he became one of the seven individuals banned by Valve.[1]

Gear and Settings[edit]

Mouse settings (list of)
Mouse Effective DPI cm/360 in/360 DPI In-game sens. Windows sens. Raw input? Polling rate
Logitech G403 Wireless 800 52 20.5 400 2 6/11 On 1000 Hz
No date of last update specified!
Hardware
Mouse Mousepad
Logitech G403 Wireless HyperX FURY XXL Extended
Monitor Refresh rate In-game resolution Scaling
BenQ XL2411Z 120 Hz 1024×768 Black Bars
Keyboard Headset
Razer BlackWidow (TE) Sennheiser PC 350 (Special Edition)
No date of last update specified!
Crosshair settings (list of)
Style Size Thickness Sniper Gap Outline Dot Color Alpha
4 4 0 1 -1 Yes (thickness 0) Yes (1) Custom (5) 9999
No date of last update specified!
Click "Expand" for a code to copy and paste into your console.
cl_crosshairalpha 9999; cl_crosshaircolor 5; cl_crosshaircolor_b 0; cl_crosshaircolor_r 255; cl_crosshaircolor_g 0;cl_crosshairdot 1; cl_crosshairgap -1; cl_crosshairsize 4; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 0; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;

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