Getting kicked from a match in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can be a frustrating thing, and everyone responds to it differently.
In the case of Spanish streamer 'TENSE1983,' his reaction involved the violent smashing of his entire setup live on stream.
TENSE1983 was playing CS:GO when he appeared to get into a verbal altercation with one of the players on his team, who was not following the instructions he was typing in the game chat.
Just before choosing to team kill the player, the streamer can be heard saying the following in heavily accented English:
"Green, green, what's your problem green?! What is your problem? Me say alone ramp, me say alone ramp!"
He was kicked from the match almost immediately, and a message can be seen at the top of his screen that shows he was given a 30 minute suspension from competitive play.
What proceeded to follow was pure mayhem, as TENSE could not hold back his rage and frustration and smashed his setup to bits.
Even the sound of the individual keys of his keyboard falling to the ground can be heard through the bedlam.
The clip above has since gone viral, accumulating over 142K views on Twitch alone. Noticing how popular his fit of rage was getting, TENSE did tweet humorously about it a day later.
What's going on? More than 4k of reproductions in less than 24 hours [...] more than 60% of the keys flew bynenes you owe me chicuentaynueve [59?] euros xd
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