Alyona "Candy" Kuvaeva - Female CS:GO Player

Alyona Kuvaeva
Date of Birth:
Russian Federation
Russian Federation
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$29,058.25 From 11 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:

Alyona "Candy" Kuvaeva is a female Russian CS:GO player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive$29,058.2511100.00%|$0.0000.00%|$29,058.2511100.00%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Russian National Team$20,000.00168.83%|$0.0000.00%|$20,000.00168.83%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2018-03-171stTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2017 (CS:GO Female)$20,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
2.2018-03-311stTeam-based Tournament » Copenhagen Games 2018 (CS:GO Female)$3,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
3.2017-11-261stTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2017 - Europe & CIS Finals (CS:GO Female)$2,000.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
4.2019-04-202ndTeam-based Tournament » Copenhagen Games 2019 (CS:GO Female)$1,506.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
5.2018-07-222ndTeam-based Tournament GIRLGAMER Esports Festival 2018$703.56Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
6.2019-07-075th-6thTeam-based Tournament » DreamHack Showdown Valencia 2019 (CS:GO)$600.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
7.2018-09-071stTeam-based Tournament » CBE 2018 - Female Finals$560.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
8.2018-10-042ndTeam-based Tournament » WESG 2018 - Russia Female Qualifier (CS:GO)$300.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
9.2016-07-174thTeam-based Tournament » StarLadder Female Stars Championship$200.00Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
10.2015-12-192ndTeam-based Tournament Playing Ducks Female Masters 2015$108.69Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Top Placements

5 Tournaments
4 Tournaments
0 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest cash prize that Candy has been awarded from a single tournament was $20,000.00 from WESG 2017 (CS:GO Female) on March 17, 2018. She placed 1st, making up 68.83% of her total prize money won.


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