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s1mple destroys CS:GO pros with deadly 1v4 eco clutch

Published: 15/Jun/2019 15:44

by Connor Bennett


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive superstar Oleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev once again proved that he is the top dog, by ripping apart a team of his fellow pro players.

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The Ukrainian is arguably the best CS:GO player in the world as he dominates every game he touches with absurd stats and equally impressive kills.

In his downtime, however, he doesn’t usually stray too far away from the Valve title – opting to stream for his fans. That was the case during a recent FACEIT Pro League session, as he wowed viewers with a domination of his fellow pros by using only a Desert Eagle.


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StarLadderS1mple was handed the #1 player in the world label by HLTV for the 2018 season.

While clearing out the site, he caught one defender – MODDII – unaware and quickly eliminated him from the round with a swift headshot.

After planting the bomb, s1mple retreated to the Bench position to keep a lookout for any counter-terrorists trying to defuse. He didn’t have to wait long as the remaining three players rushed the site at once. He dispatched of Hadji with a few Deagle shots before hitting Mousesports star Ropz with an instant headshot.

S1mple was left in a one-on-one with Ropz’ teammate Woxic as the Turkish wonderkid tried to finish him off. However, Woxic fell to the same fate of the others as he was the last player to fall after the Na’Vi star lined him up for a wallbang and hammered home the final kill.


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The Ukrainian isn’t usually one for over-celebrating kills and clutches, it’s pretty much business as usual for him to do so, but he couldn’t resist giving his viewers a little fist pump.

His clutch set his team on their way to a victory over the majority Mousesport line-up as s1mple picked up another win in the FPL and added another outstanding highlight clip to his ever-growing catalog of stream moments

He’ll be looking to replicate his on-stream form for Natus Vincere as they head into LAN action at ESL One Cologne on July 2, looking to defend their crown.