Valve released a huge update yesterday for CS:GO, listing out a lot of changes for both the game and it’s esports scene. One of the things released with this update was the ‘2020 RMR Sticker Capsules’ which included 24 stickers of all the CS:GO teams “that would have received invitations to the 2020 Fall Major,” if it had taken place.
Surprisingly, three days after the release instead of 100 Thieves (Gold) stickers being the most expensive, TYLOO (Gold) stickers are the ones dominating the market with an average selling price of over $100 USD.
During the first few days, the market was very volatile when it came to the price of these stickers, but now that three whole days have passed the market has settled down and stabilized. Yes, the price of these stickers will fall down even further as time goes on and for some, the price may even see a surge.
But as of now, TYLOO - Gold has come out on top as the most expensive sticker, closely followed by Na’Vi - Gold. Many expected the 100 Thieves stickers to do well due to the unusual circumstance behind it, sadly that has not been the case so far.
Both TYLOO and Na’Vi stickers at the time of writing this article were averaging well above $100 in the price for each Gold quality sticker. It will be interesting to see how this dynamic changes in the next few months.
These were the teams who would have received an invite to the 2020 Fall Major if it had taken place. All of them received a sticker featuring the team’s logo in various quality like Gold, Foil, Holo, and Normal.