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xQc’s explanation of his one taps in CSGO is pure gold

Published: 28/Aug/2019 16:25 Updated: 28/Aug/2019 16:55

by Michael Gwilliam


Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel is one of the most animated personalities on Twitch, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he decided to act out his one taps in CS:GO in the most hilarious way possible. 

While playing a round, the French Canadian streamer landed a beautifully executed one-tap onto an opponent. Even his squadmates were impressed with the Pog-inducing shot. 

After getting a call that the next target was hiding behind a truck, the former Overwatch pro went full-Rambo and charged at him only to get obliterated and the game to declare “terrorists win”.

Twitch/xQcxQc explains how he one taps in CS:GO.

“Yea, behind the truck, dude,” he sighed before deciding to mime out how most CS:GO players fire their weapons in the game.


“Most players,” he to indicate who he was impersonating. The 23-year-old then pretended to fire a gun, but with uncontrollable spread resulting in a change of weapons mid-firefight. “Me, I’m top-tier warlord, dude.”

Felix then acted out his last CS:GO kill where he aimed steadily, lined up the shot and one-tapped the target, including the reaction of the player he shot.

xQc fell back into his chair, pretending to have been shot in the face. The actor did such a good job, his headset even fell off in the process making the whole thing just a bit funnier. 


Robert Paul for Blizzard EntertainmentxQc is a former pro Overwatch player.

“One tap, dude!” the increasingly animated Lengyel added. 

While the Quebec broadcaster has been improving at CS:GO and can hold his own, but he still has a lot of work to do. In an August 25 stream, xQc had a comically bad round with his team going to a 5v3 to a 3v2 in just seconds.

With xQc wanting to take a bit of a break from Overwatch citing the state of the game, it will be fun to watch how his CS:GO game progresses. Assuming he gets the right teammates.