- A wholesome moment was shared by a disabled Polish streamer when he received s1mple's very own custom mousepad as a gift.
- He thanked s1mple for the "special and unique present" while sharing a video of himself with the mousepad.
- This is not the first time that s1mple has stood up and done something right as he previously defended Tarik on his live stream.
One of the best CS:GO players in the whole world Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev seems to be turning into the ‘Good Boy of Counter-Strike’ which is in stark contrast to the toxicity that used to resonate with his name in the past.
Just yesterday s1mple was in the news once again when Marcin “Kofin45” Biela?czuk, a 21-year-old disabled Polish Twitch streamer posted a short video on Twitter where s1mple was seen gifting Kofin45 his very own ‘custom mousepad’.
S1mple's Special Present
Kofin45 was absolutely ecstatic as he could not believe what had happened, he went on to thank s1mple for the “special and unique present” which he received from the “best CS:GO player in the world!”
The Polish streamer who is on the rise currently has around 9,400 followers on his Twitch channel where he streams a ton of CS:GO along with F1, VALORANT, and other role-playing games. Despite suffering from spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) the player is really skilled at Counter-Strike which he plays using two mice and a tracer avenger keypad.
The Ukrainian star presented the upcoming Polish streamer with a full-size mousepad that consisted of the ‘Legendary Graphic’ which was immortalised by Valve on Cache after s1mple made an incredible play on the map against Fnatic at ESL One Cologne 2016.
Users hoarded Kofin45’s Tweet congratulating the streamer for the epic gift while also applauding s1mple, showering him with praises and positive comments.
This is not the first time that s1mple has stood up and done something to support an individual, as just a week back he was seen defending North American rifler Tarik "tarik" Celik when one of the viewers on his stream said that “Tarik just has a peanut brain, he needs to learn how to play the game.”
Standing up for his peer s1mple acknowledged the statement and gave it back to his viewer by saying that “Maybe he doesn’t know how to play, you can teach him...you can teach the Major winner how to play the game if you want.” As he went on to tell the subscriber that he doesn’t want his donation if he continues to talk like this.
S1mple has actually grown as a person from being a short-tempered player during his Liquid days to where he stands today. Yes, there are still instances of him losing his cool and being really toxic when playing FPL but instead of it being a habit they are more like ‘once in a blue moon’ sort of moments.