A player inspects an MP5 with an anime sticker in pink in CS2.
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All CS2 anime stickers

Decorate your weapon.

Stickers stuck around with the release of Counter-Strike 2, and they’re a popular way to personalize your weapons. You can have up to five on any weapon, but once they’re on there, they’re stuck for good—unless you decide to scrape them away.

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You can get stickers by opening a Sticker Capsule, trading with other players, or purchasing them on the Steam Market. Stickers have rarity, determined by the color: blue (High Grade), purple (Remarkable), pink (Exotic), red (Extraordinary), and gold (Contraband). They come in different qualities, like normal, holo, foil, gold, glossy, and glitter.

Anime stickers are a trendy bunch, which makes them perfect for placing on your weapons or collecting. Because there are so many stickers in CS2, however, anime stickers can be hard to find. Here are all of the anime stickers currently available in CS2.

All anime stickers in CS2

Cheongsam

A screenshot of the Cheongsam sticker from CS2.
Pink and red. Screenshot by Dot Esports

Our first anime sticker is Cheongsam, first available in the Perfect World Sticker Capsule way back in 2017. A cheongsam is a Chinese-style gown that is being worn by the anime character here as she wields an AK-47.

The normal sticker goes for a paltry $0.97 USD, but it does come in a holo version where her dress changes color depending on the angle of the light at a slightly more expensive $1.27.

Kawaii Killer CT/Terrorist

Kawaii Killer, in particular the CT version, was the first anime-like sticker available in Counter-Strike. Kawaii Killer CT was first introduced all the way back in September 2014 and quickly became one of the most popular stickers available. As a result, it only made sense to include a T version, which we saw appear a year later in the Community Stickers Series Five capsule.

The Terrorist version of the sticker features a kawaii character with blue hair, wielding an AK-47 and holding her hand out, and it sells for $1.11 on the Steam Market. The CT version, which sees a bright orange-haired girl in CT armor and holding an M4, sells for $1.12.

Water Gun

A screenshot of the Water Gun sticker from CS2.
Just as strong as CS2’s FAMAS. Screenshot by Dot Esports

Also available in the Perfect World Capsule is the Water Gun sticker, which features an anime girl wearing a cap and headphones posing with a FAMAS-shaped water gun (funnily enough, the FAMAS hits like a water gun in CS2, so it makes total sense!).

The girl stands in front of a bright pink background shaped as a circle which makes it a great sticker for darker-colored skins as it stands out brightly in CS2’s new lighting system. The Water Gun sticker sells for $0.89 on the Steam Market.

Baby Medusa

A screenshot of the Baby Medusa sticker in CS2.
Awwwwwwww! Screenshot by Dot Esports

This one is my personal favorite: Baby Medusa features a cute anime girl lovingly tickling her Medusa-like hair of snakes. The name is based on the Medusa AWP skin, one of the most expensive weapons in the game, so if you happen to own one then surely it’ll be worth the extra few dollars to slap this sticker on it.

Baby Medusa was added in 2022 with the 10 Year Birthday Sticker Capsule and can be yours for just $0.49 on the Steam Market.

V for Victory

A screenshot of the V for Victory sticker in CS2.
The antlers and visor change color. Screenshot by Dot Esports

The V for Victory sticker is a purple holo available in The Boardroom Sticker Capsule, added in early February 2022. The sticker features a girl sticking her tongue out while holding up her hands, with her fingers doing the classic V-for-victory sign. Her bright green hair, plus the color-changing background and visor, make this a colorful addition to any weapon.

It’s one of the more expensive stickers on our list as the capsule is no longer available in-game. The V for Victory sticker will cost you $3.75 on the Steam Market.

Kawaii T/CT

The Kawaii Killer stickers were so popular that Valve brought them back (sort of) with the Kawaii holo duo in the 10 Year Birthday Capsule. Available only in holo form, the T and CT kawaii characters pose with various weapons and garb with the CT logo wings and the T logo knives changing color, from vibrant blues to deep purples and blazing oranges.

The CT version of the Kawaii holo goes for $4.57, while the T is the most expensive on our short list here at $7.36 each.


Valve is bound to add more anime stickers to CS2 as time goes on, so we’ll keep you posted here and update this article whenever any new stickers make it to the shooter!


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