In case you didn't know, there are some extremely expensive cosmetic items for CS:GO, and a massive trading market via third-party websites such as CS Money, as one prime example. For example, back in January 2021, we reported that someone purchased a single skin for 0,000. This weapon skin had four IEM Katowice 2014 Titan [Holo] stickers applied, which is one of the reasons why it became so expensive. Speaking of the IEM Katowice 2014 Titan [Holo] stickers, a trade reportedly went down recently, where a total of eight of these extremely rare CS:GO stickers sold for a whopping 0,000. No, that's not a typo.
IEM Katowice 2014 Titan [Holo] sale
According to CS:GO skins savant and sales tracker, ohnePixel, someone from Russia, going by the name "Lunar" on Twitter purchased eight IEM Katowice 2014 TItan [Holo] stickers in a batch. These are, of course, unapplied, and they are worth a whole lot of money.
The total price of these eight CS:GO stickers was $500,000. That means they sold for $62,500 each!
ohnePixel provided some screenshots of the exchange, which you can view below.
Back in September 2020, the record sale of one IEM Katowice 2014 Titan [Holo] was $16,500. This is leaving some fans to wonder why these CS:GO stickers are so extremely expensive.
Why are Titan [Holo] stickers so expensive?
Back in 2014, the second-ever CS:GO Major, IEM Katowice 2014, took place. During that time, people could purchase the EMS Katowice 2014 Legends sticker capsule. However, seven years ago, not many fans purchased these capsules.
Further, with several stickers in each capsule and the [Holo] rarity being the highest for this capsule, very few Titan [Holo] stickers were actually found before IEM Katowice 2014 came to a conclusion, and no one could purchase the capsule via Steam afterwards.
The Titan [Holo] sticker also looks fantastic on weapons, with a very clean, blue look. Basically, it is all about supply and demand. There are very few Titan [Holo] stickers left that have not been applied to weapons, which has caused this cosmetic item to jump from a price of $6,500 back in September 2019, to a whopping $62,500 in June 2021.
To put things into perspective, if you happen to have two of the IEM Katowice 2014 Titan [Holo] stickers in your inventory, you could sell them and purchase the new Mustang Mach 1, and have a fair bit of change left...
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