Rust - DeathNotes 5
- Dec 2012
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Why Does Rust - DeathNotes 5’s Account Costs $2?
This Steam account was created in Dec 2012 .
The Profilerr’s formula of the Total Value of the profile is:
0 purchased games + 0 free games at zero cost + 7 Level’s price*
We calculate this as buying of sets for CS:GO Skins and Keys at websites like lvlupsteam.com
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Interesting Facts about SteamID 76561198077847390
- #53663 in Levels Rating
- #86549 by Games Quantity
- #86174 by Overall Played Time
- #72300 in Most Expensive Profiles
- #17438 in Oldest Accounts List
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