Twitch star shroud has been known as ‘the human aimbot’ for quite some time, but even he was floored after seeing Thomas ‘Siritron’s gameplay in Black Ops 4 which earned the up-and-comer huge praises.
Shroud was an electrifying talent during his Counter-Strike pro days, and his skills as well as personality perfectly transfered over to his streaming career that thousands of viewers per day enjoy.
It’s because of this that Shroud’s high remarks on the relatively unknown Siritron came as a surprise to many, sparking interest in fans who have been looking to learn more about the 26-year-old streamer.
During a livestream, Shroud gave his thoughts on someone he came across who was playing Black Ops 4 which immediately turned heads just looking at his raw skills on the popular FPS shooter.
“So we found this guy playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and he was playing multiplayer on PC,” Shroud said. “And he probably had the best aim I’ve ever seen in my life. It was absolutely incredible.”
While Shroud wasn’t sure if it was because of his natural skills or if he had thousands of hours logged into the game, but he ultimately can away with one verdict: “Bro, this guy might just be the best fucking PC player I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Shroud had gone through his VODs on Twitch to see if he played any other shooters wondering if the skills transferred to another FPS, but his search didn’t yield many results.
Siritron is a full-time streamer who typically goes by the name ‘Sirian.’ While there isn’t much on how he performs in other FPS titles, his Black Ops 4 gameplay is insane with how pixel-perfect his mechanics can be.
For people wondering what Shroud was talking about in his praise for the Twitch talent, look no further than the numerous clips his viewers made that show a consistent aim that deletes multiple players.
Shroud’s comments will sure to attract a lot of attention from people looking to know more about the streamer to see his godlike gameplay for themselves.
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