Jordan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert has announced that he will be releasing a comprehensive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive course for players looking to improve.
The veteran player will release over 35 videos and cover everything from the journey to becoming a professional player to setting up configs and in-game mechanics.
n0thing will charge a small amount for the course but says that he also plans to continue offering free content on YouTube and Twitch so “nothing will really change”.
I'm going to be releasing a CS:GO course with 35+ videos within a few weeks outling about my journey to pro, setting up configs, gun control/mechanics, movement, positioning, early/mid/late round play, and overall philosophies for approaching the competitive scene :D.— Jordan Gilbert (@n0thing) July 31, 2018
Definitely wasnt able to fit every single topic into this course, but I'm looking forward to releasing something like this. The course won't be expensive, but I plan on continuing to offer free content on my YT/Twitch, so nothing will really change.— Jordan Gilbert (@n0thing) July 31, 2018
SprFPS on Twitter asked the former Cloud9 star whether the course will be beneficial for players or whether it will be focused more on people learning the basics.
In response, the 27-year-old said that he believes at least half of the content will be useful for higher ranked players and reiterated that it “won’t be very pricey”.
I think it’s worth listening to at least half of the videos if you’re higher ranked, probably. Also, it won’t be very pricey so all all bias aside, is probably get something like this in your shoes just like when I read pro player guides when I had already made pro league— Jordan Gilbert (@n0thing) July 31, 2018
n0thing turned pro in the 2000s, during the Counter-Strike 1.6 era, and continued to play at the highest level until 2017 when he was benched by Cloud9.
Now he streams on Twitch and regularly uploads to YouTube, often concentrating on giving tips and advice to his viewers as he plays.
Despite not actively competing anymore, n0thing played as a stand-in for Mousesports at ESL One: Belo Horizonte 2018, helping the European team to finish second place.
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