Jeon "rindA" Jung-Hyeon - CS:GO Player

Jeon, Jung-Hyeon
Date of Birth:
Korea, Republic of
Korea, Republic of
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$14,910.41 From 12 Tournaments
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Jeon "rindA" Jung-Hyeon is a Korean CS:GO player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive$14,910.4112100.00%|$490.4023.29%|$14,420.011096.71%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
CS:GO (MVP Project)$14,910.4112100.00%|$490.4023.29%|$14,420.011096.71%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2016-12-182ndTeam-based Tournament » China Top 2016 (CS:GO)$8,621.70Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2.2016-08-201stTeam-based Tournament » ASUS ROG Master 2016 - South Korea$889.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
3.2016-11-171stTeam-based Tournament » VSL CS:GO Korea Fall Season Playoffs$848.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
4.2016-10-093rdTeam-based Tournament » IeSF World Championship 2016 (CS:GO)$800.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
5.2017-04-0912th-14thTeam-based Tournament » StarLadder & i-League StarSeries - Season 3 (CS:GO)$800.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
6.2016-09-255th-8thTeam-based Tournament » eXTREMESLAND ZOWIE Asia CS:GO 2016$800.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
7.2016-09-1113th-16thTeam-based Tournament » StarLadder & i-League StarSeries - Season 2 (CS:GO)$600.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
8.2016-08-251stTeam-based Tournament » VSL CS:GO Korea Beginning Season 1$537.60Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
9.2016-03-021stTeam-based Tournament » D!ngIT Asia Invitational Season 2 - Eastern Asia$340.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
10.2017-03-281stTeam-based Tournament » VSL CS:GO Korea Spring Season Playoffs$268.80Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Top Placements

5 Tournaments
2 Tournaments
1 Tournament

Other Statistics

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The most money that rindA has won from a single tournament was $8,621.70 from China Top 2016 (CS:GO) on December 18, 2016. His 2nd place finish makes up 57.82% of his total prize money won.


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