The Most Expensive CS2 Stickers

Stickers are used to give CS2 weapon skins some personality by allowing players to customize their own designs. Though most stickers will not cost you more than a dollar, there are a handful of rare stickers that can match the price of a brand new car. In this article, we’ll cover the fifteen CS:GO most expensive stickers in the market.

Titan (Holo) | Katowice 2014

The Titan (Holo) is one of the most iconic stickers in all of Counter-Strike. Even gamers who have never touched the game have heard about the most expensive CS2 sticker in the game. 

  • Starting at: $70,000
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Legends ($31,500)

The sticker features a bright, shiny dark blue sticker color which screams premium. Additionally, the Titan organization is no longer involved in esports, making it impossible for new Titan stickers to come out. 

Reason Gaming (Holo) | Katowice 2014

The holographic Reason Gaming is the cream of the crop when you’re looking for a sticker that throws neon colors at your face. Despite the organization not achieving any relevant results during its time in CS:GO, you have to admit that it’s a super clean sticker.

  • Starting at: $67,250
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

Among “the big three” of stickers, the Reason Gaming (Holo) is the most versatile, and can fit into more color schemes than the Titan and iBUYPOWER stickers. 

iBUYPOWER (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Everybody loves red and a good logo, which is exactly what the iBUYPOWER (Holo) sticker offers. The organization’s logo features an angry tiger with its fangs out, making it perfect for some fierce weapon crafts.

  • Starting at: $65,000
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

Despite the roster’s infamous match fixing incident involving Braxton “swag” Pierce, iBUYPOWER is still undoubtedly one of the most important organizations in Counter-Strike history.

Vox Eminor (Holo) | Katowice 2014

The Australian organization of VOX Eminor never achieved too much in the Counter-Strike scene, but they have made it as one of the priciest stickers in the game. I guess that counts, right?

  • Starting at: $38,500
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

The team’s logo features a very simplistic writing and design, which is important for stickers fitting on various weapon skins. Additionally, the “O” in the sticker has a mean look, which is a nice final touch. 

Team Dignitas (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Team Dignitas has one of the most unique team logos at the time, even though it may not look too complicated. The organization has used an alien-like creature, but the main highlight is its eyes. 

  • Starting at: $28,900
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Legends ($31,500)

The holographic version of the Team Dignitas sticker allows its mascot’s eyes to glow and change colors. Overall, it is one of the best logo-sticker designs in the game out there, so it’s no surprise that it made it to the top five.

Team (Holo) | Katowice 2014

At the time, Team LDLC was the strongest French roster and one of the best teams in the world, featuring world-renowned player Dan “apEX” Madesclaire and infamous VAC-banned AWPer Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian, so there’s definitely some history with this sticker.

  • Starting at: $23,600
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Legends ($31,500)

However, from an aesthetic perspective, the Team LDLC sticker features rainbow colors in its holographic version, making it an excellent choice to place on high-tier play skins. 

HellRaisers (Holo) | Katowice 2014

The HellRaisers organization, though not in 2014, was one of the most prominent Eastern European teams in the world, and was where CS:GO GOAT Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev started his professional career.

  • Starting at: $10,000
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Legends ($31,500)

Additionally, HellRaisers decided to change their logo, so there is no way to get this iteration of design anymore, even if the organization were to make a return to the Counter-Strike scene. As the team’s name suggests, the sticker offers a hellfire type of look. 

Natus Vincere (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Na’Vi is one of the most storied organizations in Counter-Strike history, always managing to assemble a top-tier roster throughout their years of service, even until today. Not only are they known to field some of the best players in the world, they also have a sleek logo design, perfect for a sticker.

  • Starting at: $9,999
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

It’s also a cool storyline that Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovács, a legendary AWPer, donned the Na’Vi jersey in a CS:GO Major for the first time in Katowice. 

LGB eSports (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Though LGB eSports is one of the lesser-known organizations in the Counter-Strike space, there’s no denying that the logo of the team fits into many weapon skins as it resembles a flame symbol. 

  • Starting at: $7,700
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Legends ($31,500)

However, the LGB boys ended up placing 3-4th at the tournament, and consisted of Olof “olofmeister” Kajbjer and Freddy “KRIMZ” Johansson who went on to become some of the most successful CS:GO players to ever touch the game. 

kNgV- (Gold) | Boston 2018

CS:GO’s most expensive sticker made by a player actually comes from Brazilian rifler Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe’s sticker in 2018. 

  • Starting at: $7,200
  • Capsule: Boston 2018 Legends Autograph Capsule ($160)

Giuseppe played with legendary players such as Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo and Epitácio “TACO” de Melo in MIBR. However, the main reason why his sticker is so pricey is because he autographed his name as “KingV”, as the word “King” is a sick addition to have on a sticker.

s1mple (Gold) | Krakow 2017

Now, this sticker doesn’t really need an explanation for its price. It is the best sticker design that Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev has had in the game. Hardcore skin collectors would kill to have such an established name on their AWP skin, which is why the sticker is worth $7,000.

  • Starting at: $7,000
  • Capsule: Krakow 2017 Legends Autograph Capsule ($31)
  • Best player of all time, can put on AWP skins

The sticker rose up in value when the Ukrainian superstar lifted his first Major trophy in 2021, solidifying himself in the hall of fame even though he’s already the best player to ever touch the game. d

Clan-Mystik (Holo) | Katowice 2014

The Clan-Mystik organization was only involved in Counter-Strike for a bit, and featured French Legends Fabien “kioShiMa” Fiey and Kenny “kennyS” Schrub. The team didn’t achieve too much, and then disbanded months after Katowice 2014.

  • Starting at: $6,000
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

Though there isn’t too much history, the Clan-Mystik team features a sleek and minimalistic logo which works extremely well as a sticker. Since the organization is no more, the team’s stickers can no longer be produced anymore. 

Virtus.Pro (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Until today, Virtus.Pro remains as one of the most legendary organizations, not only in Counter-Strike, but in all of esports. Additionally, they were the winners of Katowice 2014, with the Polish roster winning in front of their home crowd. 

  • Starting at: $4,400
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

The team’s logo features a polar bear, which looks super shiny in the holographic version of the sticker. It doesn’t bode too well with most weapon skins and colors, but some skin collectors have made it work. 

mousesports (Holo) | Katowice 2014

Though the mousesports organization is still operating, now renamed as MOUZ, the Katowice 2014 sticker is still special since the organization went through a rebranding and changed their logo. This mousesports logo can no longer be reproduced. 

  • Starting at: $3,900
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

The mousesports sticker can be paired with the iBUYPOWER sticker to form a “Tom and Jerry” combination, which can be a fun touch to a skin. However, it wouldn’t be wise to spend that much money to pull it off. 

3DMAX (Holo) | Katowice 2014

All old-school Counter-Strike players have heard of 3DMAX. Though it has never been the most successful organization, it is one of the oldest ones in the entire esports industry. In 2019, the roster faced financial issues and pulled out of Counter-Strike entirely, increasing the price of the sticker.

  • Starting at: $3,700
  • Capsule: EMS Katowice 2014 Challengers ($28,500)

However, 3DMAX returned with a French roster in late 2023 with the chance of producing more 3DMAX stickers in the first CS2 Major. Unfortunately, the team fell short and failed to qualify for the Major.

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