Everyone who knows Tyler “Trainwreck” Niknam knows he’s a fan of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and gambling. Now they know just what he’s managed to build up with all of those case openings and buying.
Hidden away in a storage unit in his CSGO inventory is US$1 million worth of some of the most sought-after items in the game.
The CSGO inventory has many hidden treasures
During a recent livestream, the popular creator was going through his inventory in Counter-Strike 2, showcasing a plethora of skins, cases, and capsules.
The ones that stood out the most were the EMS Katowice 2014 Legends capsules. This is because every time you open this capsule, you have a chance at the ever-popular team stickers.
Getting a sticker for a team such as Titan or iBuyPower could net you more than US$50,000. Given this knowledge, the capsules themselves are currently selling for around US$12,000 and Trainwreck has plenty of them.
While reviewing the video, CS:GO streamer Arrow counted 66 of the capsules. That means without considering any other times, his inventory is US$800,000.
If you’re wondering how quickly we can get his inventory to just shy of US$1 million, you’d only need to add in the three Titan Holo stickers he has. These stickers, in particular, are worth roughly US$60,000 each. This brings his inventory to US$980,000 without even considering weapon skins and other capsules or cases.
It’s worth noting, however, that every time a capsule is opened, the price will go up as the market’s supply and demand ratio evens itself out. That means by this point, the capsules alone may be reaching US$1 million by themselves when combined.
It’s estimated that under 100 of the capsules remain, making them a true rarity which Train now holds over half of.