Dr. Disrespect claims he was given $100,000 for the first CS:GO knife he unboxed, but he turned down the money even though it was ten times more than the knife was worth. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a popular online multiplayer first-person shooter video game. About once every few months, many content developers log in to the game and look through many cases for rare skins.
This has been especially true in the time leading up to the launch of CS2; due to the significant graphical improvements that the new game will feature, skin prices have skyrocketed. In the instance of Dr. Disrespect, he did not wait any longer, and on July 21, he unboxed his first knife, which was an M9 Bayonet Doppler (Sapphire). Some online marketplaces place worth almost $14,000 on the knife with a purple handle, making it one of the most costly knives currently available in the game. On the other hand, The Two-Time is confident that he can receive a great deal more than that, and it is possible that he has already been given six figures for it.
Dr. Disrespect rejects offers of $100,000 for the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive knife
That’s correct. Only a few days after his joyful celebration of unwrapping the pricey item, the Doc has claimed to have already been offered a significant amount more than the item’s current market value. “I’ve already been offered a hundred thousand dollars. You can do better,” he tweeted on July 23, much to the bewilderment of several CS:GO gamers as well as followers of the streamer who have followed him for a long time.
Someone said, “Perhaps a con artist offered you $100,000; it’s worth around $14,000.” Another person said, “Don’t fib. It’s worth $14k.” Another person remarked, “Dude pulls his first knife and suddenly thinks he’s a trader; it’s not even worth that much,” referring to the man who had just bought his first knife.
However, as many have pointed out, if the Doc is prepared to sell it, he will want a significantly greater price, given that it is the first one he discovered within a case. In addition, it will forever be recognized as the knife he pulled, which adds even more fascination to the situation. However, it remains to be seen if the streamer will sell it because you should always keep your first knife in the inventory. However, it remains to be seen if the streamer will sell it.