Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert
Jordan Gilbert, commonly known as n0thing is a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional player. n0thing is one of the most experienced Counter-Strike players because of his background. Before going pro in CS: GO he used to play Counter-Strike 1.6 professionally. Gilbert won his first LAN tournaments just at the age of 10 since then he has become one of the most respected major figures in CS: GO.
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n0thing Mouse Settings
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viewmodel_fov 68; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3; cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 0.5; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.25; viewmodel_recoil 0; cl_righthand 1;
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cl_bob_lower_amt 5; cl_bobamt_lat 0.4; cl_bobamt_vert 0.25; cl_bobcycle 0.98;
n0thing Video Settings
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n0thing’s Most Popular Video
- Counter-Strike 1.6:
Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert was born on October 25, 1990, in the United States. Jordan started his career as a gamer very early as a child in the mid-2000’s. He started as a Counter-Strike 1.6 player playing for many small teams like CheckSix Gaming, Turmoil, and X3O Gaming throughout the years until he was finally signed by the big esports organization Evil Geniuses in March 2008. He was nominated as the Best newcomer in 2008. And even named as the best eSports Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009.
In 2010, he led his team to victory in seasons 5–7 of ESEA League’s Invitational tournaments. He even helped his team to achieve 2nd place at both Intel Extreme Masters American Championship Finals and the World Cyber Games’ Pan-American Championship. Due to his impressive performance constantly he was ranked 11th best player in 2011 by HLTV.
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive:
n0thing started his CS: GO career with CompLexity Gaming, which was later acquired by Cloud9 on July 30, 2014. In the year 2015, n0thing and his team made it to the grand finals of three tournaments in a month. He even tried as an IGL when three of his teammates left the roster. But eventually, he was replaced as an IGL by Slemmy before DreamHack Open Austin 2016.
In the year 2016, at ELEAGUE Season 1’s group stage final against Luminosity Gaming, n0thing made his one of the most memorable plays when he eliminated half of the enemy team alone after sneaking through smoke and killing the enemy’s sniper with a pistol. Although they lost the group stage finals 2–1, eventually they ended up making the playoffs following Luminosity Gaming disqualification.
In later 2016, after dedicating most of his adult life to Counter-Strike nothing finally won a major international CS: GO tournament. n0thing and his team Cloud9 became the first North American team since 2006 to win a major tournament.
In November 2016, his impressive performance against OpTic Gaming helped his team Cloud9 to 2-0 their North American counterparts and start their run in the loser’s bracket. And just a month later it was due to his impressive performance against Team SoloMid that his team was able to Cloud9 make the major qualifier for the ELEAGUE Major 2017.
In the year 2017, n0thing was benched by Cloud9 and since then he has been going active and inactive. He even played as a stand-in for Complexity gaming. Currently, he is playing with Old Guys Club an organization less Counter-Strike team made by retired professional CS: GO players.
Best CS:GO Tournament Placements:
- 15th in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 6 Qualifier 3 – NA East
- 6th in Trios Cash Cup: Chapter 2 Season 6 Week 4 – NA East
- 21th in Frosty Frenzy Session 3 – NA-East
- 15th in Frosty Frenzy Session 4 – NA-East
- 14th in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 4 Week 1 – NA-East
- 29th in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2: Season 2 Heat 3 – NA-East
- 16th in Contender Solo Cash Cup: Chapter 2 Season 1 – Week 5: NA-East
- 9th in Trio Cash Cup 1 – NAE
- 17th in Trio Cash Cup 2 – NAE
- 27th in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2: Season 2 Heat 1 – Middle East
- 13th in Platform Cash Cup Solo – PC: Chapter 2 Season 2 (Ghost) Week 2 – NA-East