Popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine was in the midst of a game of Apex Legends when her squad ran into former CS:GO pro Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek - leaving Alinity with a stunned take on his skills.
One of Alinity’s teammates warned her that the human aimbot was in their game, begging her to be careful before Alinity was ultimately eliminated by another player as Shroud’s squad pulled up on top of her.
However, Alinity didn’t seem to be too convinced of her team’s victory, shouting, “Guys, we’re so fucking dead!” before her teammate decided to take matters into her own hands.
Player ‘TwitchGuhRL’ hatched a plan to take out the former gaming pro after the other squads were weeded out, with Alinity attempting to give directions thanks to viewers from Shroud’s stream; however, she was later eliminated before she could execute her plan, prompting a hilarious comment from Alinity on Shroud’s Apex prowess.
“Honestly I have to say, every time I played against Shroud, I’ve just gotten shredded,” Alinity said of their interaction. “Like, fucking shredded. It’s insane. I don’t know, man. He’s not human. The guy is a fucking alien.”
Alinity’s commentary comes as no surprise; Shroud is known for his incredibly precise aim in nearly every game he plays, with Apex Legends being the latest title in which he regularly flexes his skill.
In one instance, Shroud managed to clutch out a game all on his own, isolating his enemies one by one with stellar movement and taking the win - prompting fellow streamer TimTheTatMan to call him “insane.”
Apex Legends likewise saw a massive leap in Shroud’s viewcount on Twitch, regularly securing massive audiences of over 100,000 viewers in early February - which even made him question if he were being viewbotted.
“Day after day, at fucking 11PM, 2AM, 3AM there’s just 100,000 people hanging out,” Shroud said of his numbers. “I don’t even believe it’s real. I think it’s being botted. Someone out there is botting someone, I just don’t believe it’s real. But I mean, I’ll take it!”
Alinity's take on Shroud follows her scandal from early March on the platform, where she took a NSFW booty pic on stream - inciting an incredulous reaction across Twitch as to why she hadn't been punished for the photo.