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CS:GO: ZywOo’s insane 1v3 is one of his best clutches ever

Published: 8/Aug/2019 16:13 Updated: 8/Aug/2019 16:16

by Kamil Malinowski


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro Mathieu ‘ZywOo‘ Herbaut showed off his skills with an amazing 1v3 in a Faceit Pro League match.

ZywOo is one of the youngest professional players in CS:GO at just 18 years old, and he is already talked about as one of the best players in the world.

The French AWPer showed why people think so highly of him as managed to clutch a 1v3 with ease in an FPL match on Overpass.

DreamHackZywOo played a key role in Vitality’s DreamHack Atlanta win.

His team was one round down in the final stages of the map, and the Team Vitality star was left defending the A bomb-site alone against three rapidly approaching Counter-Terrorists. ZywOo switched to his Desert Eagle and moved in for a close-range battle.

One CT peeked around the A-long corner and immediately found himself headless as the Frenchman displayed his pinpoint accuracy. The remaining two players moved in together from stairs, relying on strength in numbers.

ZywOo spotted the players approaching and adjusted his positioning slightly, then opened fire and took them both down with two lightning-fast headshots, securing a crucial round victory for his team.

The community caught wind of this play and showered the French star with praise. One user commented “The first kill is the best. The way he adjusts his position and crosshair is pitch-perfect. How can you be this damn good?” While another added, “How the actual fuck can you play against someone who can basically see the future.”

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Many users agreed that ZywOo is an incredible player, and his recent performances seem to be living up to their statements. 

The Frenchman will play his next official match at the StarLadder Berlin Major on August 23, where he will be able to show if he can continue to live up to the hype.


Logic & Pusha T’s esports team Choas EC reportedly leaving CSGO

Published: 21/Nov/2020 20:34

by Marco Rizzo


The esports organization owned by The GG Group, which includes Logic and Pusha T, is reportedly looking to depart from the Counter-Strike:Global Offensive scene.

North American Counter-Strike could suffers another blow as the Chaos Esports Club is rumored to be preparing an exit from CSGO.

According to DBLTAP, the organization is looking pull out from the competitive scene centered around Valve’s famous FPS as investors are looking at a change in direction.

“Chaos Esports Club are exploring potential transfers for all of their professional CS:GO players in an effort to exit the game,” DBLTAP’s Jarek ‘DeKay’ Lewis said.

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While Chaos EC a team with hopeful prospects, there is now talks of the org leaving CS:GO entirely.

Chaos is just one of a few NA organizations that have recently decided to abandon CS:GO, with most switching to focus on Valorant or Call of Duty.

NA orgs, among others, have been vocal about the unsustainability of the CS:GO open circuit in the online era. We’re seeing more teams invest in other titles, while slowly distancing themselves from CS.

Chaos EC was founded in 2015 and was formerly known as Digital Chaos. They entered the CS:GO scene in late 2018 with a Swedish lineup which included famous players Markus ‘pronax’ Wallsten, Mikail  ‘Maikelele’ Bill, and coach Jonatan ‘Devilwalk’ Lundberg.

After acquiring a North American lineup in September 2019, the team led by Josh ‘steel’ Nissan found some modest success and even managed to briefly break into the top 20 of the HLTV rankings.


None of the players from 2019 remain in the lineup, with the team failing to replicate the height reached during steel’s captaincy.

It is not clear whether the players will remain together and be collectively released from the organization or individually transferred to other teams.

The current Chaos EC lineup consists of:

  •  Erick “‘Xeppaa⁠’ Bach
  • Jonathan ‘⁠Jonji⁠’ Carey
  • Edgar ‘⁠MarKE⁠’ Maldonado
  • Anthony ‘⁠vanity⁠’ Malaspina
  • Nathan ‘⁠leaf⁠’ Orf
  • Matthew ‘mCe⁠’ Elmore [coach]