Sometimes you make such a clutch play that you have no idea how it happened, which is exactly how Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek felt after scoring a game-winning triple kill while streaming a CS:GO match.
With the round tied 3-3, Shroud engages the enemy team from behind cover with his trusty AK-47 and almost as fast as his opponents appear, Shroud is able to dispatch them with an efficient shot to the head.
His first foe falls so fast it’s easy to miss, the second takes a few more shots before falling, as well. Shroud almost seems to miss the third enemy, but the kill feed says otherwise and Shroud ends the round with three more heads on his wall.
After racking up these impressive kills, Shroud seems to be in disbelief, “I don’t even, how did I even, what? How did I kill that guy?”
“That looked so stupid, alright,” he concluded before queuing up for another match. His Twitch viewers didn’t seem to mind though, as they spammed “POG” and “TOP FRAG BOIS” in chat.
Shroud might be retired from professional Counter-Strike, but it seems like he still has some of the crazy skills that made him one of the most popular CS:GO players in the world.
The streamer has started to play more CS:GO in recent weeks after stepping away from PUBG, which Shroud thinks needs some major changes to make it fun to play again.
Shroud also got into the Call of Duty Blackout private beta in September and had positive things to say about the new battle royale mode.
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