Welcome to ProSettings.com
The Worlds Largest Database of Professional Esports Athletes!
We love esports and are passionate about all aspects of gaming. Our goal is to create the largest database of competitive pro gamers and popular streamers in the world. The database includes pro player settings, sensitivity, the best gaming gear, configs, setups, mouse, keyboard, monitor, headset and much more!
The Purpose of ProSettings.com
The site was founded by people who have been gaming for more than 20 years. While playing CS:GO on a competitive level, we often wondered what other players were using as their settings and what gear they were playing with. This information was usually very hard to come by, as Twitch was not a thing and the players didn’t post this anywhere. With the rise of online communities, players eventually started sharing more info on the request of their fans. This led to some dedicated people digging up all the information and combining it into a traditional Excel sheet. This gave us the idea to create a site, where the information would be even easier to access.
While playing with the same settings and gear as professional players do not make you are professional, tweaking settings and upgrading your gear will usually improve your gameplay a lot. Looking at our pro lists, you will quickly realize that most professional players use a lot of the same settings and gaming peripherals.
Where we get information about pro players?
Most of the time we get the information from the players themselves or their managers, either by contacting the players or via their social media profiles and Twitch channels. It is a tedious process which takes a lot of time when there are so many players out there. Also, a lot of the players update their settings once in a while, which we also have to keep an eye out for. We strive to have the most comprehensive and up to date database of pro players at all time. However, you will once in a while encounter profiles which hasn’t been updated recently and where some of the information might not be correct. In this case, we would appreciate if you left a comment with the updated settings, messages us on Twitter or just contacted us via the site.