Diane "di^v^" Tran - Female CS:GO Player

Diane Tran
Date of Birth:
United States
United States
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$38,760.85 From 18 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
di^v^, Ubinited di^v^ <steelseries>

Diane "di^v^" Tran is a female American CS:GO player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive$38,760.8518100.00%|$2,650.0036.84%|$36,110.851593.16%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Counter Logic Gaming$37,395.241696.48%|$2,650.0036.84%|$34,745.241389.64%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2019-03-171stTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2018 (CS:GO Female)$12,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2.2019-12-071stTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2019/20 - NA Qualifier (CS:GO Female)$5,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
3.2019-07-072ndTeam-based Tournament » DreamHack Showdown Valencia 2019 (CS:GO)$4,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
4.2018-11-111stTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2018 - USA Female Qualifier (CS:GO)$4,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
5.2019-04-201stTeam-based Tournament » Copenhagen Games 2019 (CS:GO Female)$3,915.60Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
6.2016-11-19WINTeam-based Tournament AnyKey Invitational 2016$2,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
7.2015-07-121stTeam-based Tournament » ESWC MontrĂ©al 2015 (CS:GO - Female)$1,400.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
8.2016-03-062ndTeam-based Tournament » Intel Challenge Katowice #2$1,400.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
9.2015-03-153rdTeam-based Tournament » Intel Challenge Katowice$1,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
10.2019-12-141stTeam-based Tournament » NEST Pro Series 2019 Female (CS:GO)$1,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Top Placements

6 Tournaments
5 Tournaments
4 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The most money that di^v^ has won from a single tournament was $12,000.00 from WESG 2018 (CS:GO Female) on March 17, 2019. Her 1st place finish makes up 30.96% of her total prize money won.


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.