Following Cologne 2014, the DreamHack 2014 was the third-ever CSGO major and took place from November 27 through the 29th. Unlike the previous two majors, only the teams that advanced to the Legend Stage of the tournament received a holographic and a foil sticker, were as the remaining teams who were a part of the tournament only received paper variants of their stickers. This article will compare the holographic stickers of this tournament between CSGO and CS2.
Ninja in Pyjamas Holo DreamHack 2014
With increased vibrance, the Ninja in Pyjamas DreamHack 2014 Holo receives more color variation at more angles in CS2 than it did in CSGO.
Natus Vincere Holo DreamHack 2014
Although the actual team logo loses some of its saturation, the holographic effect of the sticker has a much wider variety of colors. However, it loses the predominantly yellow hue found in the CSGO version of the sticker.
Cloud9 Holo DreamHack 2014
Surprisingly unlike the other holographic stickers from this major, in CS2, the blue holographic effect of this stiller is much less vibrant than it's CSGO counterpart.
Fnatic Holo DreamHack 2014
Amazingly, although it loses its unique orange tint, which was found in CSGO, the CS2 version of the Fnatic Dreamhack 2014 Holo appears much more saturated and bright than in CS2.
Virtus.Pro Holo DreamHack 2014
The Virtus.Pro logo portion of the sticker appears more muted in CS2 than in CSGO but gains a much-needed vibrant holographic effect on the remaining portion of the sticker.
Team Dignitas Holo DreamHack 2014
The most expensive sticker from this major somehow went from great to amazing, with a more vivid and vibrant holographic effect, which has led to increased demand and price for this sticker.
With the new lighting engine, all DreamHack 2014 stickers look dramatically more vibrant and shinner than their CSGO counterparts. There has also been a dramatic increase in the value of these stickers, with the community's new found appreciation for how amazing these stickers look in CS2. We would love to hear your thoughts about the stickers on our Twitter.
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