Shox’s CS:GO Settings

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Richard Papillion is Majorly known as Shox was born on 27, May 1992. He is a French Professional Counter-Strike Global Offensive player. He is also a retired Professional Counter-Strike Source and Counter-Strike player. He joined Counter-Strike pro scene in 2006 and he is still a active player. Currently, he is signed with Team Liquid, and mainly plays as their Rifler Support/Lurker. He is also assumed as the best player in history, because of level of skill and longevity in competitive scene.

Shox’s Mouse Settings – Razer Deathadder V2 Pro

DPISensitivityZoom Sensitivity
Polling RateeDPIWindows Sensitivity
Mouse AccelerationRaw Input

Monitor Settings – Benq Xl2546k

Scaling ModeAspect RatioFrame Rate Limit
Black Bars16:10240

Config / Cfg

cl_crosshaircolor_b 0; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshair_t 0; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0; cl_crosshaircolor 4; cl_crosshairgap -3; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshaircolor_r 0; cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshairsize 1; cl_crosshaircolor_g 255; cl_crosshairthickness 0; cl_crosshairdot 0;

cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 0.5; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_fov 60; viewmodel_presetpos 1; viewmodel_offset_y 1; viewmodel_recoil 0; viewmodel_offset_x 1; cl_righthand 1; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.25;

cl_bobamt_lat 0.4; cl_bobcycle 0.98; cl_bob_lower_amt 21; cl_bobamt_vert 0.25;

Shox’s CS:GO Video Settings

Display – Benq Xl2546k

Windowed ModeBrightnessColor Mode
Fullscreen100%Computer Monitor
Laptop Power Savings
Effect DetailShader DetailModel / Texture Detail
LowVery HighLow
Boost Player ContrastUse Uber ShadersFXAA Anti-Aliasing
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing ModeMulticore RenderingTexture Filtering Mode
Motion BlurWait for Vertical SyncTriple-Monitor Mode
Global Shadow QualityTexture Streaming

Shox’s Monitor Settings

Display – Benq Xl2546k

BrightnessContrastLow Blue Light
Black eQualizerColor VibrancePicture Mode
1814FPS 1
SharpnessGammaColor Temperature
DyAcInstant ModeAMA

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CPU Cooler

Shox’s Most Popular Video

Shox’s Early Life.

Richard Papillion better known as Shox was born May 27, 1992, in France.

Shox had already fell in love with Counter-Strike until his brother introduced him to it’s new series. Soon he chose his IGN as Shox after the Nike Shoe Model which was popular at that time. Then his parents also allowed him to take a year off from studies to pursue his career in Gaming. Soon after that he ended up in joining a successful team in Counter-Strike Source.

Richard’s Career.

Shox started his CS:GO career while playing under a Belgian Team (Epsilon Esports). Without playing a single official game he left the organization for Team Millennium after a short time. The next four years were marked as several Transfers as he played under 14 Teams throughout those 4 years.

His first-ever long stay was with G2 esports because he signed a contract with them for 3 ½ years. After being inactive for some time, Shox returned to the lineup after a year.

Shox was then picked by Team Vitality for a replacement. Soon he was playing with fresh talents such as ZywOo which made him more popular. After some time he joined Team Liquid in January 2022.

Shox’s Social Media.

Shox has become quite famous and he has almost 25K subscribers on Youtube. However, on Instagram, he has almost 110K followers. And on Twitter, he has almost 300K followers. While on Twitch, he has almost 210K followers on Twitch.

Richard’s Net worth.

Shox earned most amount of money by Year, was in 2017, where he won almost $135K, which was mostly from his wins in Offline/LAN tournaments. However, his Total Net worth is around $830K, which he won by participating in 213 Tournaments.

Net Worth:$ 830 Thousand
Shox Real Name:Richard Papillion
Date of Birth:May 27, 1992
Profession:Professional Player

Best CS:GO Tournament Placements:

  • He placed 3rd in BLAST Premier: World Final 2021 and his Team won $120K.
  • He placed 1st in Intel Extreme Masters Season XVI – Winter and his Team won $100K.
  • He placed 1st in BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 and his Team won $225K.
  • He placed 1st in EPICENTER 2019 and his Team won $250K.
  • He placed 1st in ESL Pro League Season 5 – Finals and his Team won $225K.
  • He placed 1st in Esports Championship Series Season 1 – Finals and his Team won $250K.
  • He placed 1st in DreamHack Winter 2014 and his Team won $100K.

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