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Apex Legends • Jul 11, 2019

Shroud's insane Apex Legends clutch proves he's still the human aimbot of Twitch

Shroud's insane Apex Legends clutch proves he's still the human aimbot of Twitch
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Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek is well-known as one of the most naturally gifted gamers in the world, and he proved it once again with an incredible clutch to secure the victory in an Apex Legends match.

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Shroud is a former CS:GO pro player, and since his retirement and transition to variety streaming, has brought his unbelievable gunskill to a plethora of games, showing that he truly is one of the best FPS players in the world.

His talent is one of the reasons thousands of viewers tune in to watch his Twitch streams, and they were treated to another moment of excellence on Wednesday, July 10, when he found three kills in a terrific end-game clutch.

Twitch: shroud
Shroud is one of Twitch's biggest stars.

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Coming towards the end of the match, shroud and fellow Twitch streamers WiKeDm and sYnceDez found themselves in a tricky spot, pushing two enemy squads to try and secure the win.

The 25-year-old kicked off the amazing play by taking down two opponents in quick succession, before taking a beat to revive sYnceDez before heading into the final showdown with the remaining players.

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Shroud quickly found himself on his own though, but that didn’t stop him from clutching up for his squad. The Twitch streamer quickly jumped over the wall and took down an opponent with pinpoint accuracy, before dealing major damage to an opponent he couldn’t even see, blindly firing into smoke while still managing to find his target.

Hastily retreating back over the wall, the Canadian lay in wait as his opponent rounded the corner, eliminating him and finally claiming the victory in a hard-fought match.

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Shroud and his squad were immediately hyped with the win, with WiKedM and sYnceDez screaming with joy, while the streamer yelled “Holy fuck,” seemingly in awe of his own skills.

Spare a thought for the two teams he destroyed though, who stood no chance of winning once the human aimbot turned on the style.

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