Ex CS:GO Pro Shroud ran into a fellow PUBG player in a humorous turn of events.
Streaming presents an array of opportunities for broadcasters to meet new players and viewers. Little did Shroud know - he’d be going on a shopping trip during one of his own streaming excursions.
Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek once played professional CS:GO for team Cloud9. Now, he is a full-time streamer - and that means getting into some hijinks every now and then.
During one of his runs in PUBG, Shroud was confronted with a another player who wasn’t necessarily looking for a kill.
Upon entering a hut, Shroud was met with an array of items, set up in what the player called, ‘the shop.’ Shroud played along, asking for the ‘seller’s’ best items.
“May I get you something?”
“Okay, what do I need for that level 3 helmet? I have no support in here.”
Shroud had to trade a pan he’d recently copped from another player in exchange for the goods.
“The pan gets you all the level 3 gear.”
“That is a nice-looking pan, son.”
“That’s a deal. Take the pan of judgement.”
Shroud sealed the deal and walked away with a new slew of gear. Their interaction ended with an exchange of polite ‘thank-you’s,’ proving that not all stream snipers are out for clout - sometimes, they just want to make a sweet deal.
Here's something new from Dexerto: Astralis' CSGO Hat-Trick – The Story of the Berlin Major