Russian CS:GO Player Drinks Beer While Playing with His Feet - Dexerto

Russian CS:GO Player Drinks Beer While Playing with His Feet

Published: 16/Jul/2018 18:31 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:07

by Vincent Genova


A CS:GO player has found a new way to casually dominate the competition, without having to use his hands.

The new style left his hands were free for far more important matters like drinking and putting on sunglasses.


DimitryKKomrade decided to use his feet instead of his hands while streaming a match of CS:GO. He set up two cameras to capture all the action.

While hiding in a corner, an opponent finally crossed his sights and DimitrykKomrade walked forward with his P90.


It is a good thing his opponent was facing the wrong way, because the mouse movements were not entirely accurate.

DimitryKKomrade finally eliminated the opponent after some more slow walking and P90 spray, racking up the kills in what appear to be Christmas themed reindeer socks.

A victory drink was in order, along with some sunglasses to prove just how EZ it was.


The clip made its way to reddit, where DimitryKKomrade himself spotted it and commented on the attention it received.

“Hey. Its Dimitry. Right now im filled with nothing but happiness and i’d like to thank you all, because you showed me that ( this might be cringy, but anything you talk about with passion probably sounds cringy to outsiders) i can be entertaining and be funny while doing crazy shit in csgo or playing ds3 in todays stream and getting frustrated while blasting gachi. That is quite a lot for an asocial like me. A small, irrelevant thing for one person can be a dream coming true for other. So again. Thank. You..”


HenryG explains Cloud9’s CSGO player salaries after $400k floppy deal

Published: 7/Oct/2020 19:11

by Calum Patterson


Cloud9 have now confirmed that Ricky ‘floppy’ Kemery is the fourth player of their self-proclaimed CS:GO “colossus” roster, in a deal worth over $400,000, bringing their total to around $4 million in player contracts, with another two players still to go.

Floppy joined Cloud9 from ATK in January, and is now transitioning to the new ‘colossus’ roster alongside ALEX, mezii, and woxic.


The colossus began with the signing of ALEX from Vitality, whose deal is worth $1.65 million. He was joined by fellow brit Mezii on a $426,000 deal. Then, woxic was added from mousesports, in another deal surpassing the $1m mark, at $1,365,000.

This latest deal for floppy takes the total value of this 4-man squad to $3.87 million, and with two players to go (GM Henry  ‘HenryG’ Greer has plans for a six-player roster), is set to surpass the $4 million mark.


Since HenryG’s move from casting into a management role at C9, he has aimed to shake-up the traditionally opaque nature of esports transfer dealings.

In each of the four signings, Greer has confirmed the length of the player’s contract, and it’s total value over that period. All four players announced so far have been signed to three-year deals.

After the floppy announcement, Greer clarified on Twitter that despite the lower total value of deals for floppy and Mezii (compared to ALEX and woxic), each player’s deal is negotiated on an individual basis.


“Ricky has received a pay increase from his previous contract and that will be reviewed each year of his stay,” he concludes.

Presumably, salaries could increase based on performance metrics or other value added to the brand by the player, or as thanks for loyalty to the team.

After he was confirmed as the GM of Cloud9, Greer told Dexerto: “My plans for this team are certainly ambitious. I wouldn’t be involved in any sort of General Manager role unless I had absolute full control of the roster and direction we plan to head.

HenryG casting CS:GO at DreamHack event
HenryG is now at the helm of Cloud9’s CS:GO venture.

“C9 have entrusted me with their entire CS:GO dynasty and, honestly, I think that’s one of the boldest moves any org has made in a long time.”

HenryG and Cloud9’s new approach to player deals could very well set off a new trend in CS:GO and esports generally, though for now, they remain on solitary ground.