Professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Former Professional Counter-Strike: Source Player
|Age||26 (July 2, 1994)|
|Profession||Professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Former Professional Counter-Strike: Source Player|
|Highlight||ScreaM – King of Precision [Fragmovie]|
|Current Favourite Game||Valorant|
|Last Updated||September 2020|
Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom (born July 2, 1994) is a retired Belgian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and former professional Counter-Strike: Source player of Moroccan descent.
Over the course of his career, ScreaM has played on several top French and European squads including VeryGames, Titan, Epsilon eSports, G2 Esports, and Team Envy. He is the older brother of Nivera. He retired on August 7, 2020 to pursue a career in VALORANT.
In 2011, along with Richard “shox” Papillon, he joined the 3DMAX team , which managed to beat VeryGames at the MaxLan tournament
ScreaM’s and shox’s paths split quite quickly when the latter joined VeryGames . They started playing together again in 2012 in the team “Tt Dragons”
7th place in the ranking of the best players in the world in 2013 according to hltv.org
ScreaM Most Popular Video on YouTube
ScreaM’s most popular video on YouTube is titled ScreaM Plays Wingman and Gets His Rank!. This video was uploaded in September 2018. This video got over 5.7m views so far and 111k likes.
ScreaM First Video on YouTube
ScreaM’s most popular video on YouTube is titled ScreaM – USP ACE ON CACHE !. ScreaM got 62k views and 813 likes on this video.
Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom (born July 2, 1994) is a Belgian professional CS: GO player of Moroccan origin who is currently not on any team. He plays for Team Liquid in VALORANT.
ScreaM Awards and Achievements
Overall Ranking: At this time, ScreaM is ranked #491 in highest overall earnings, and #3 in highest earnings for players from Belgium Belgium.
Prize Money Earned Under 18 Years of Age: Before ScreaM turned 18 years old, he earned $4,428.30 in cash prizes from 12 tournaments. 1.66% of his total prize money was earned before July 2, 2012.
Largest Prize from a Single Tournament: Out of the 137 tournaments awarding cash prizes that ScreaM had competed in, the largest amount was $50,000.00 from Esports Championship Series Season 1 – Finals on June 26, 2016. He placed 1st, making up 18.75% of his total prize money won.
$100,000 Milestone: ScreaM obtained $100,000 in total prize money earned on June 26, 2016 with a $50,000.00 cash prize from his 1st place finish at Esports Championship Series Season 1 – Finals. Prize money from 78 tournaments got him to that point.
Recent Earnings: In the last 90 days, ScreaM has been awarded $3,947.36 in prize money from 2 tournaments, $947.36 (or 24.00%) of which came in the last month.
Following the launch of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ScreaM, shox formed the squad with seasoned captain Steev “Ozstrik3r” Flavigni , playing first for Epsilon, then for “Millenium”, and eventually for “Imaginary Gaming” . Benrlitom himself made his debut on the international Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene as a stand-in for the BuyKey team during the AMD Sapphire tournament in Prague, where he achieved very good results – according to statistics he achieved 0.97 kills per round .
Successes in CS: GO ScreaM began to achieve after joining the VeryGames team in 2013, replacing Cédric “RpK” Guipouy . In the same year, HLTV.org ranked him seventh in the top 20 ranking, first in headshots (75%) and third in clutchy (41 clutchy) wins.
In the following years, he played for the Titan eSports , Epsilon eSports and Team Kinguin teams . Once again, Benrlitom was included in the HLTV ranking only in 2016, thanks to the successes in the G2 Esports team . He was then 9th in the overall ranking, and also the first in terms of the number of headshots per round (0.5 headshots per round) .