The Best Settings and Setups in Esports
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We research the settings and setups of professional gamers.
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Because it’s hard to go wrong with what the pros are using.
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What is this again?
ProSettings.net is a resource for people who are interested in finding the best settings and gaming gear for competitive games. We research the monitors, mice, and other gaming peripherals of professional eSports players and analyze them.
Finding the best monitor or mouse for games such as CS:GO or Overwatch can be a difficult task. This task can be made easier with this website. If a large percentage of pro players use a certain mouse then it’s probably a good choice for regular gamers as well. Similarly, we think that having a database of the most common ingame settings used by pro players can help our users decide on how to tweak their personal settings as well.
That’s why we’ve analyzed hundreds of pro players in order to find similarities between what gear they use, what settings they like to tweak, and so on. The aim is to help people decide on what their next gear purchase should be, or what kind of settings they need to change to get a competitive edge. You can start with our CS:GO Monitor and Gear Guide here. Alternatively, have a look at our data here.
How do you make money?
We don’t like banner ads in general. Our site aims to be the number one source of information about the best gaming gear in Esports. We feel like it wouldn’t be entirely correct to promote one product in banner ads we have no control over while talking about other products in our reports and reviews.
How do I know your information is correct?
Professional players change their gear and settings all the time. As such it’s possible that some parts of our information could be outdated for a short period of time, even though we are working hard every day to ensure that our information is up to date.
If you happen to notice that we’re not quite up to date on a certain piece of information feel free to tweet us @ProSettings or comment on the relevant article. We really appreciate our very active and passionate community and it’s in no small part thanks to those people that our website continues to provide the most accurate and detailed pro player specs.
Lots of pro players use sponsored gear, right?
Professional teams do often have a gear sponsor. In most cases the players can still use their own personal mouse choice when competing though. There’s still cases of players being forced to use sponsor gear (even if they don’t feel comfortable with the mouse shapes the sponsor has to offer, for example) but we feel these cases are becoming increasingly rare. When we analyze a professional we will always consider the gear they actually use for competing instead of the gear that they’re paid to advertise.
We try to provide an interesting new angle for you to consider when buying your next gaming peripheral, and while almost every piece of gear that’s used by pro players is objectively a good piece of equipment we do encourage you to take our gear results with a grain of salt and to always do your own research before purchasing a new mouse, monitor, or keyboard.