Papichulo CS:GO Settings, Crosshair, Gear

by Juandi

CSGO2ASIA.com has prepared you with what equipment and settings do Deko “Papichulo” Evangelista uses to face all of the best Asian teams!

Papichulo is a name you hope to perform if you have ever supported Bren Esports. Deko Evangelista, Born in 1997, and better known as Papichulo, is a Filipino professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player. He is mostly known during his days under the Bren Esports banner. To this date, he lifted GeForce Cup Pacific 2019 trophy as his most notable one and various playoffs runs, such as PAL Fall 2020, OMEN Challenge Series 2019, and eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia 2019.

Papichulo currently plays for 3xpendables, a roster made of ex-Bren Esports players as an entry fragger. The entry fragger is always the player leading the charge as he is the first to enter bombsites or contested areas in search of kills and map control. Furthermore, the right equipment and settings are a crucial factor determining the outcome of a match.


Playing at the highest level means using equipment that’s going to maximize your potential and keep your body from breaking down. For gaming equipment check and better gaming performance, a player should have the most comfortable mouse, mouse pad, monitor, headset for him/herself. These four main tools, if chosen properly, can give a slight advantage to the player. As an FPS player, mouse and monitor is probably the most important one. As we can see, Papichulo uses some of the best equipment available in the market right now.

MouseZOWIE FK2-B Divina Blue
MonitorBENQ XL2546K 240HZ
MousepadZowie G-SR-SE
KeyboardTT Premium X1 RGB Cherry MX Silver
HeadsetLogitech G Pro X Gaming Headset

Mouse Settings

Aiming and mouse movement is an essential part of the skills to acquire in order to be good at Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Finding a comfortable and at the same time, accurate sensitivity can be struggling or even nerve-racking. The key is to use whatever feels comfortable and stick with it. It is best not to change your mouse sensitivity too frequently. Although the configuration for every people is not the same, consider trying Papichulo’s mouse settings down below:

Mouse Hertz1000
In-game Sensitivity1.2
Zoom Sensitivity1
Mouse AccelerationOFF
Windows Sensitivity6/11
Raw Input1

Video Settings

According to ProSettings, more than 74% of CS:GO professional players use a 4:3 aspect ratio, and 73% stretched scaling mode. Changing your aspect ratio will have the absolute greatest impact on the way you view the game. Different ratios allow for different resolutions, and some displays will look a lot different than others. Nevertheless, keep in mind to use whatever resolution works best for you. There is no such thing as the best resolution for everyone. Same as mouse sensitivity, we advise you not to change your resolution too frequently to have the benefit of your muscle memory.

READ MORE: How to play CS:GO in 4:3 Stretched Resolution for NVIDIA Users

Color ModeComputer Monitor
Display ModeFullscreen
Aspect Ratio4:3
Black Bars / StretchedStretched

Crosshair Settings

Finding a perfect crosshair can improve your game in a big way. One thing to consider in finding the perfect crosshair is that the crosshair should be visible in any map environment yet should not be distracting and blocks your viewing angle. Papichulo’s crosshair settings can be found below:

cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 0; cl_crosshairdot 0; cl_crosshairgap -2; cl_crosshairsize 3; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 1; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;

Other Console Settings

cl_radar_always_centered 0; cl_radar_scale 0.3; cl_radar_icon_scale_min 1; cl_hud_radar_scale 1.15
; net_graph 1; net_graphpos 200; cl_showfps 1; cl_showpos 1

cl_bob_lower_amt 5.000000;
cl_bobamt_lat 0.100000;
cl_bobamt_vert 0.100000;
cl_bobcycle 0.98;

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