Coldzera’s insane 1v5 deagle clutch shows why he’s the hottest CS:GO player on the market
Marcelo ‘coldzera’ David showed why he’s the hottest prospect on the CS:GO market with an insane deagle 1v5.
Coldzera is considered among the greatest CS:GO players of all time, having been the number one player in HLTV’s top 20 for both 2016 and 2017, but the Brazilian superstar is currently on the bench after stepping down from MIBR.
While he isn’t expected to find a new home until after the StarLadder Berlin Major at the earliest, which concludes on September 8, coldzera has been keeping his skills sharp by playing and streaming online pick-up matches such as FPL.
While playing a game on Mirage, coldzera found himself the last CT alive, with only a Desert Eagle in hand for a retake from CT spawn into the A bomb site.
After a few body shots landed him the first kill, a quick headshot picked up the second and coldzera managed to find cover to take pot-shots from. An incredibly quick double-tap secured kills three and four, and after briefly failing to collect an AK-47, coldzera finish off the fifth with a final deagle headshot.
Despite his legendary talent, coldzera’s future remains somewhat uncertain at this time. While he has stated that he’s had interest from multiple teams, his buyout from MIBR is expected to be extremely high, and which organizations might be able or willing to pay it remains to be seen.
He also recently came under fire from several of his fellow pros after giving a controversial interview in which he was less than complimentary about some of them. Considering his immense talent, however, it seems unlikely that the remarks will prove too detrimental to his prospects.
For MIBR’s part, a report by Jarek ‘DeKay’ Lewis for Dexerto revealed that coldzera’s replacement is expected to be Vito ‘kNgV-‘ Giuseppe, who will debut for the team at BLAST Pro Series Moscow on September 13-14 assuming the transfer from INTZ Esports completes as expected.
In the meantime, MIBR will be forced to field coach Wilton ‘zews’ Prado at the Berlin Major, due to rosters having been locked since June 25.