Twitch streamer Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek is so good at Rainbow Six Siege, even his own fans were convinced he must be cheating.
The former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional was streaming the title on January 19 alongside a number of other fellow streamers.
Playing on the map Fortress, Shroud led the way for his team in the first round, seeking out hostile equipment and any sort of enemies themselves.
The streamer stalked his prey, moving his gun barrel across the door frame before quickly snapping on to a nearby wall and unleashing a barrage of bullets.
Remarkably, his shots connected perfectly on an opponent on the other side of the wall. After nailing the enemy and getting the kill, Shroud calmly stated: “Heard that guy.”
Following the kill, Shroud’s Twitch chat immediately began spamming ‘VAC’ (Valve Anti-Cheat) and ‘HAX’S’, clearly perplexed by the unbelievable kill that they had all just witnessed.
It’s not the first time Shroud's incredible skill has had people convinced that he’s cheating. Back in November, when playing Battlefield V, the former CS:GO pro jokingly shouted: “Oh my God, I’m literally cheating,” after blasting his way through a set of six enemies at close-quarters with a sniper rifle.
The two incredible sequences would have prompted some cause for concern had it not come from the Canadian, but he’s already proven that he’s one of, if not the best, FPS players on Twitch and nothing should surprise anyone that tunes into his stream.