Trainwreck randomly blesses Summit1g with one of CSGO’s most expensive knives
Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar was almost speechless as fellow streamer Tyler ‘Trainwreck’ Niknam decided to send him a very generous trade offer on CS:GO – giving him a knife and glove combination worth over $25,000, simply because green was his favorite color.
Summit has been getting back into CS:GO lately, and is getting his skills back to what they used to be like back when he played semi-professionally.
Although his inventory already has a number of expensive items, like a Case Hardened AK-47 and a variety of knives, he’s never been a big skin collector or case opener.
Trainwreck, however, is big on expensive CSGO skins, priding himself on his very impressive inventory, which is 100% unboxed items. Seeing Summit playing without many top-tier skins gave him an idea – to give him some.
Summit1g’s insane CSGO skin combo from Train
“I want to get you a more permanent loadout, ok, in terms of knives and gloves,” Train said. “So here’s what we’re going to do. Send me back my setup, and consider this next setup as ‘yours’. Consider this your early birthday gift.”
After confirming that green was his favorite color, Trainwrecks sent an Emerald Butterfly Knife, worth around $22,000 – 24,000, as well as Emerald Web gloves, worth around $2,000.
“I don’t even know what to say, thank you man, that’s insane,” summit said on his June 23 stream, after checking out the skins in-game.
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Summit might want to round out the collection with other Emerald skins, such as the Emerald Glock, Emerald Jörmungandr Desert Eagle, and Emerald CZ75-Auto.
And the skins might have given Lazar that well-known new knife buff, as his team won their playoff match in a quick 2-0, and boasted a 20-7 scoreline himself on the second map.
Although he was gifted the skins, Trainwreck doesn’t want them back, meaning they are Summit’s to keep – although maybe not sell, as it’s always bad etiquette to sell a gift.
In related news, one of the biggest CS:GO skin collectors was hacked, with over $2 million worth of items stolen.