Shroud roasts Dr Disrespect’s FPS skills ahead of Summit1g Halo 1v1

Popular Twitch streamer Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek has revealed who he will pick to a win, when Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar and Dr Disrespect face off in their Halo 1v1.

The former CS:GO professional enjoyed an extremely successful competitive career and is now one of the largest streamers on Twitch following another boom in popularity after the release of Apex Legends.

Given his exploits in the world of esports, shroud can be considered a very good judge when it comes to in-game combat, so is well positioned to pick a winner between Twitch streamers Summit1g and Dr Disrespect, should they come face to face on the battlefield.

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Twitch: shroud Shroud is the second biggest streamer on Twitch, with over 6 million followers.

Doc calls out Summit

The two streamers have apparently agreed to face off in a 1v1 in Halo, when the game is released for PC, and despite Doc’s skills, summit too was formerly a semi-pro CS:GO player, and so fans are giving him the edge.

Known for his high-intensity gameplay, Dr Disrespect never fails to entertain his viewers and believed that his skill in the newly released game, Splitgate, which features gunplay similar to Halo. meant that he could easily down FPS veteran summit1g.

“You’re telling me summit has a chance?” he asked his Twitch chat. “You think he has a chance? I’m the best, I’ve always been the best.”

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Shroud backs summit1g

However, shroud was less than impressed after watching Doc’s gameplay and couldn’t believe that he thinks he would come out on top in the potential showdown, picking summit to emerge victorious.

“Oh no I’m watching Doc play Splitgate, and this dude challenged summit to a 1v1 on Halo,” shroud said, “summit is about to have a field day.”

Despite Doc poking fun at his fellow streamer on multiple occasions, the pair are yet to meet on the battlefield for the epic showdown that he has been calling for, with Halo’s PC version not available yet.

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If Splitgate manages to create a similar buzz to Apex Legends and Fortnite Battle Royale, we may finally see two of the biggest Twitch streamers go head to head.