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[Watch] S1mple Shows Off Insane Accuracy Taking 4 Kills in 4 Shots

Aditya Singh Rawat
29/Oct/2020 01:06 pm

Na’Vi might have lost to OG for the second time in BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season but it seems their ace player Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev has found his rhythm once again after having a few off performances at IEM New York 2020 - CIS. He was on fire yesterday especially against NiP as he showcased his insane accuracy by taking four consecutive kills with just four bullets, tapping away the heads to prove once again why he is such a beast.

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S1mple Showcases Insane Accuracy Against NiP

Na’Vi might have lost to NiP in the opening map on Overpass but the stunning ‘4 taps, 4 kills’ moment that s1mple showcased during the fourth round was incredible as he took down Plopski, REZ, hampus, and twist without wasting not more than four bullets.

NiP was running an eco round when s1mple caught them on their way to the ‘A Site’, he could have very well taken an ace but unfortunately electronic stole a kill as he took down nawwk and Na’Vi secured the fourth round to take a ‘3-1’ lead.

Despite the fantastic start, Na’Vi fell down against NiP on Overpass by a score of ‘16-10’. This was followed by Na’Vi stomping them on both Nuke and Mirage with a score of ‘16-9’ and ‘16-4’ respectively.

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S1mple was the top performer for the side on all the three maps cumulatively taking a total of 75 frags while achieving a K-D difference of +33. His overall rating was 1.59 with an insane average damage per round of about 105.4.

Na’Vi despite the loss to OG has managed to qualify for BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 directly as the top two teams from each group would be moving on to the next round while the losers drop down to BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown where they get a second chance to qualify for the main event.



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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.