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Twitch streamer Esfand baited into using a troll crosshair on CS:GO

Published: 2/Dec/2019 11:55 Updated: 2/Dec/2019 12:00

by Joe Craven

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Popular Twitch streamer Esfand was brilliantly baited into using a troll crosshair while playing Counter Strike: Global Offensive on December 1, leading to a hilarious clip from his stream. 

Esfand is a longtime World of Warcraft streamer who exploded in popularity with the release of WoW Classic, and has quickly become a favorite in the community, known for his funny commentaries and skilled gameplay. 

While primarily a player of WoW, he also dips his toes into IRL streaming and other games. On December 1, he was playing Valve’s incredibly popular FPS, when an unexpected moment of hilarity occurred.

Twitch / Esfand
Twitch / Esfand
Esfand was left baffled by the troll crosshair.

While playing alongside other streamers including Trainwrecks, Esfand was hilariously told to use a specific crosshair that has been ‘recommended by a number of CS:GO professional players’. 

However, after selecting the aforementioned crosshair, he was greeted with a monumental green square in place of his crosshair, obscuring a large portion of the screen. “Wait, what?!” he laughed. “This is a crosshair most pros recommend? Are you serious? Dude, are you kidding me?”

It quickly dawned on Esfand that he was the victim of a playful troll, with a number of his audience spamming his chat to mock the confused streamer. 

Not only was the streaming tricked into using the crosshair, he was stuck with the hilarious crosshair for the remainder of the round. The difficulty in viewing saw him turn a corner and get killed, at which point he simply put his head in his hands and laughed. 

Credit to the 28-year-old, he shrugged the whole event off with his trademark humility and got back to playing Valve’s FPS.

Maybe he’ll take this as a warning for next time as to never trust his audience with advice.

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How to complete CSGO Operation Broken Fang Week 6 missions

Published: 6/Jan/2021 6:00

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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The weekly missions in CS:GO Operation Broken Fang take a bit of time and effort to complete, but the rewards, which come in the form of stars, make them all the more worthwhile. Here’s everything you need to know about this week’s missions.

CS:GO Operation Broken Fang, introduced new sets of weekly missions that players can complete to earn stars and exchange them for collections, graffiti, stickers, skins, and agents.

So far, players have been able to grab plenty of stars by completing all the missions, and this week, they can earn even more. Here’s a list of what those missions are, and how to complete them.

CSGO Operation Broken Fang Week 6
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CS:GO Operation Broken Fang’s Week 6 missions will keep players busy.

CS:GO Operation Broken Fang Week 6 missions

The sixth set of missions are split into four, with each one focusing on a different objective. You’ll need to play on specific maps and modes to complete some, and use a specific weapon to complete another.

If you play your cards right and get them all done, you’ll be able to earn a whopping 11 stars for the week. It’s a decent haul that will almost certainly come in handy. Here’s the complete list:

  • Rock Is Dead: Win rounds in Wingman: Vertigo
    • 4 round wins: 1 star
    • 8 round wins: 1 star
    • 12 round wins: 1 star
  • Don’t Let Me Down: Get 20 kills with Terrorist weapons Guardian: Vertigo: 2 stars
  • Backstage Pass: Get kills from Tunnel or Palace in Deathmatch: Mirage
    • 10 kills: 1 star
    • 20 kills: 1 star
    • 40 kills: 1 star
  • Home Sweet Home: Get kills in Demolition
    • 10 kills: 1 star
    • 20 kills: 1 star
    • 30 kills: 1 star
CSGO Operation Broken Fang Week 6
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CS:GO Operation Broken Fang has been a smash hit with players.

Fortunately, the missions don’t expire, which means there isn’t a real need to rush them. 

However, since they’re not too hard to do, there’s no reason to put them off for too long, either.

CS:GO Operation Fang’s weekly missions have been a treat for players who like working towards a different goal each week. They add some fun and versatility to the game, which can help break up the competitive grind.