Crafts, Prices & Supply Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) - Sticker Spotlight #53
Topic: Sticker Spotlight – Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) Supply, Price, Crafts & Trend
The North American Counter-Strike scene had some strong teams in 2015. One of the two teams that managed to secure its spot in the Katowice 2015 Major was Counter Logic Gaming, next to Cloud9. It's always interesting to see what those teams managed to achieve in such a talent-packed Major. Moreover, the kind of legacy they left behind with their sticker is noteworthy.
Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming – General Team Information
There was a lot of pressure coming into this tournament for Counter Logic Gaming, as only two teams from North America had secured their spots. The North American team was represented by Stephen "reltuC" Cutler, James "hazed" Cobb, Tarik "tarik" Celik, Peter "ptr" Gurney, and Pujan "FNS" Mehta. Their Major run and dreams of reaching the top would start in Group C alongside Ninjas In Pyjamas, Keyd Stars, and HellRaisers. The opening match was set to be against HellRaisers. It went as they wanted it to go, with a victory on Nuke and a 16-14 score. Perhaps a bit too close for their taste, but they managed to get one step closer to reaching the playoffs.
Next up was Ninjas In Pyjamas. From a previous Sticker Spotlight, we know how strong the Swedish players were. CLG gave their best shot in this match on Mirage, but in the end, NIP took the victory with a 16-7 score. The last game in the group stage was the decider match, a match that would determine whether the team advanced to the playoffs or got eliminated from the Major. This is where they met Keyd Stars on Dust 2. Sadly, the North American team wasn't in the best shape, which cost them the playoff spot. The game ended with a 16-7 score for Keyd Stars, eliminating CLG from the tournament.
Finishing the group stage in 3rd place set them up to finish the overall Major tournament in the 9th to 12th place range, earning them USD 2,000 in prize pool money.
Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) - Sticker Supply
The overall supply of any sticker in Counter-Strike is sadly not public information. Nevertheless, we can at least work with the number of stickers that are listed on marketplaces. You can keep track of the available purchasable supply of the Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) sticker on the EsportFire Database. Currently, there are 48 stickers listed on Buff163, 10 on the Steam Community Market, and 8 of them on Skinport.
Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) - Price Trend/Development
As previously mentioned, the Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) sticker can be found on various marketplace sites. The cheapest one is listed on Buff163 for USD 275. Historical records indicate that previous sales ranged from USD 275 to USD 315. However, a slight price increase has been observed since January of this year, prompting speculation about the direction of the price. With more players currently being added to the CS2 Limited Test, the price has risen even further. Presently, a new four-time craft would cost between USD 1,100 and USD 1,260.
Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) - Sticker Crafts
Four-time crafts with the Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) sticker are fairly popular, as evident from the overall supply. There are 4,075 skins with one or more Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) stickers applied to them, and 12% of the entire supply consists of four-time crafts. To be more precise, 477 skins are either four-time or five-time crafts. There have even been some recent crafts, so stay tuned to learn more about them.
Starting with the AUG Midnight Lilly crafted by @RadiantCS_ in December 2022, with a float value of 0.002 – a lovely addition to their Katowice 2015 collection. Just a month prior to that, in November 2022, @jklsinclair crafted on a MAG-7 BI83 Spectrum, which is, like the AUG, a one-out-of-one craft.
A truly remarkable four-time craft is with the USP-S Road Rash, which got crafted six times. @schundner managed to acquire one for their inventory. On the other hand, a somewhat common craft that still looks impressive due to its distinct patterns is the M4A1-S Icarus Fell. Nineteen of these exist, with one of them being owned by @2kavCS.
Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) - Sticker Crafts
@swajcs has an AWP Silk Tiger with four Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) stickers, creating a captivating blend of the same color from the stickers and the skin. This AWP currently exists two times. Another recent Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) sticker craft comes from @leafycs, who applied four stickers to an AK-47 Case Hardened pattern 464, showcasing the beautiful blue magazine.
One pistol I am excited to showcase is the Glock-18 Twilight Galaxy. Given the age of both the skin and the sticker, it's no surprise that there are eight of these in existence. @RaCSGO and @leajaa are two of the current owners of this amazing Glock-18. The final skin, once again complementing the stickers exceptionally well, is the AK-47 Frontside Misty. The total count of these crafts confirms this observation, with a total of 15 in existence. One of these is owned by @RealMaayazi.
Light blue is personally one of my favorite colors, so seeing stickers and skins that both feature that aspect is amazing to me. The AWP Silk Tiger, decorated with the Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) stickers and owned by @swajcs, is certainly one of my favorite crafts. While there are many more crafts that I like a lot, I decided to mention my top three. Alongside the AWP, the crafts I'd most like to highlight are the AUG Midnight Lilly from @RadiantCS_ and the MAG-7 BI83 Spectrum crafted by @jklsinclair.
The sticker might not be as commonly seen nowadays, but it's still incredibly pleasing to encounter in the game. The Katowice 2015 Counter Logic Gaming (Holo) ssticker and team have undoubtedly contributed some valuable history to Counter-Strike's professional scene. With that in mind, please feel free to share your thoughts about this tournament sticker and crafts on our Twitter @EsportFire. I sincerely hope you enjoyed the read.