Lobanjica's eDPI is 1300, which can be a very high number for most CSGO players, as the most common eDPI among the professional Counter Strike Global Offensive players is 800. For Lobanjica, this is the perfect eDPI for him, even though it can be more difficult to spray and aim.
So if that doesn't fit your style of playing, we also have an article for you about mouse sensitivity in CS GO, where you can read about how to effectively change mouse sensitivity settings in CSGO.
Lobanjica CS Crosshair Settings
Let's take a look at Lobanjica's CSGO crosshair settings in the table down below.
Lobanjica uses a tiny classic blue crosshair which helps him land precise shots and perfect headshots. It's not anything special, but it's very useful.
If you don't like how Lobanjica's crosshair looks, you can always check our article about crosshair commands to see all commands you need to know to deeply customize your crosshair.
Lobanjica’s Crosshair Config
Here's the exact crosshair config you can copy into your console to apply the crosshair settings instantly.
cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0; cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 3; cl_crosshaircolor_b 165; cl_crosshaircolor_g 255; cl_crosshaircolor_r 0; cl_crosshairdot 1; cl_crosshairgap -3; cl_crosshairsize 1.000; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairthickness 0.000; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1;
Lobanjica CS Viewmodel Settings
In the table below, you can see the exact Lobanjica's viewmodel settings. They are important for increasing the amount of peripheral vision and screen presence, so you can clearly see everything happening on your screen.
Shift Left Amt
Shift Right Amt
Bob Lower Amt
Bob Amt Lat
Bob Amt Vert
Lobanjica doesn't use the maximum FOV setting, but it's set to a very high amount of 60, which is very common among all professional CSGO players.
One unusual thing here is that the left hand is his primary hand in the game. Even though it can seem a little bit weird, it's a great way to free up as much space on your screen as possible. Also, his bobbing settings are set to a minimum, so his hands won't move a lot while he's shooting or walking.
But if you want to change something about this configuration, you can take a look at our article on viewmodel commands, where we'll teach you how to completely personalize your viewmodel settings.
Lobanjica’s Viewmodel Config
Copy and paste this viewmodel config into your console if you want to have the same experience as Lobanjica!
viewmodel_fov 60; viewmodel_offset_x 1; viewmodel_offset_y 1; viewmodel_offset_z -1; viewmodel_presetpos 1; cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 1.5; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.75; viewmodel_recoil 1; cl_righthand 0;
Lobanjica CS Video Settings
Now we'll head onto Lobanjica's CSGO video settings, where we'll take a look at how exactly his game visually looks.
Lobanjica’s General Video Settings
In the table down below, you can see the resolution and the aspect ratio Lobanjica has been using.
Lobanjica’s 4:3 aspect ratio is one of the most common aspect ratios among professional Counter Strike Global Offensive players. All because it makes the player models easier to kill and hit. His brightness is set to 130%, which is a little bit higher than normal, and his resolution is 1024x768.
Lobanjica’s Advanced Video Settings
Here you can see Lobanjica’s advanced video settings.
Global Shadow Quality
Boost Player Contrast
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode
Texture Filtering Mode
Wait for Vertical Sync
Use Uber Shaders
Like the majority of the professional Counter Strike Global Offensive players, Lobanjica also has everything on pretty much the lowest settings. Meaning he will be solely focused on the enemy player and not on the surroundings. The only thing he has set to High is global shadow quality, which can help him see the shadows of his enemies.
Lobanjica has his CSGO settings low enough so he can always be focused only on the most important stuff in the game. He is a professional player whose settings you would want to copy to get a great gaming experience while playing CSGO.