Counter-Strike: Global Offensive star Oleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev showed his Twitch stream exactly why he’s the most dangerous player in the game with an unbelievable AWP ace with every kill more impressive than the last.
S1mple has been at the top of the CS:GO talent pool for years because of his immaculate precision and steamrolling hyper-aggressive play-style which makes any pro team think twice before hitting his site.
During his May 13 stream, s1mple made the attacking Terrorist team quickly regret a straightforward B-site hit on Mirage after an electrifying ace shutdown what could’ve been a good chance of planting the bomb.
With an AWP in hand and the only teammate in the site already dead, s1mple was looking to pop off as the only player holding down the B bombsite.
After getting a quick trade and an even quicker scoped kill against the people on site, s1mple started to push up to the Apartments when he was cut off by someone poking out from the smoke.
But with a sick readjustment, s1mple landed a shot clean on his head, making it four CT’s against two T’s. S1mple pressed on and hopped onto the Truck just as a smoke was dissipating to catch a Terrorist completely by surprise.
To cap off his ace, s1mple scoped down to the corner of the Apartment hallway an barely caught a glimpse of the enemy player before finishing off the round.
S1mple is typically a beast on stream and on LAN, but his team’s latest outing during the BLAST Pro Series in Madrid didn’t pan out so well for the superstar.
The team started the event with a brutal loss to eventual champions ENCE in a 16-4 effort, but soon followed it up with a convincing win against Cloud9 with a margin of 16-7. But other than a dominating win against sixth place Giants Gaming, the event wasn’t a strong point for the Na’Vi squad.
Even though he was able to get one of the weekend’s highlights with an amazing game-winning knife kill, Na’Vi couldn’t string enough strong performances ending up only in fourth place out of six contestants.
While his team might struggle at times, s1mple has remained a bright star for his organization and at 21-years of age still has room to get even better