When it comes to PUBG, Cloud9 streamer Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek is one of the best players that you will get the chance to watch as he tears through opponents on his popular Twitch stream.
After playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professionally for a number of years, and claiming a number of other top finishes at international events, shroud decided to step away from the game and concentrate on streaming in August 2017.
Now the 23 year old Canadian can most often be found playing games like PUBG or Fortnite for multiple hours each day, usually with a high success rate.
It stands to reason that anyone who was talented enough to go pro in a game like CS:GO will also be pretty good at games like PUBG, especially in first person mode.
But every now and then the Canadian does something that is so impressive that you begin to question why you bother spending hour upon hour trying to perfect your own skills when it clearly isn’t going to work out.
During a recent PUBG stream, shroud dropped in a high traffic area and surrounded by opponents. That didn’t stop him from going on a total rampage, though:
After picking up eight kills in rapid succession, shroud can’t help but laugh at the fact that he hadn’t died straight away.
If you’re cursing yourself for not being able to do something similar to this, you might be pleased to hear that shroud died soon after and did not go on to win the entire game.
Still, it was pretty darn impressive.