Adil 'ScreaM' Benrlitom is one of the best aimers to ever touch Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and watching him warm up will remind you of that fact rather quickly.
The Belgian is often referred to as the "Headshot Machine" due to his incredible aim and tap firing proficiency which gives him a style of play unlike almost any other player.
Since joining Team Envy in February of 2017, the 23 year old has experienced a drop off in both form and results in comparison to his tenure with G2 Esports that saw him claim the ECS Season 1 title.
The highlight of his season with Envy came at DreamHack Open Valencia when the French team defeated Heroic in the Grand Final.
Despite the slow year, ScreaM still holds the number one spot in headshot percentage on HLTV with a ridiculous 68.1% in over 28,700 rounds of professional CS:GO played.
With so much talent, it is only reasonable to expect that ScreaM will dominate amateur players in free for all servers while warming up to play a competitive game.
But the kill streak that the Belgian went on during a recent stream while was so insane that it reminded us of just how much better he is than any of us can ever hope to be.
Simply holding the Mid Ramp on Dust II, ScreaM should be easily picked off by other players as they spawn in but his rapid shots and quick flicks are nothing short of remarkable as he picks off opponent after opponent.
ScreaM's style shouldn't be optimal in CS:GO due to a number of issues like first bullet inaccuracy and the strength of spraying, but it's hard to argue with the results that the Belgian star gets, so we won't even try.
ScreaM and Team Envy will be taking part in the New Challengers stage of the ELEAGUE Boston 2018 Major
in January where they will hope to start the year with a bang.