[Watch] Female CS:GO Pro Takes Down G2 Esports With a Clean 4k

Aditya Singh Rawat
13/Jan/2021 12:56 pm

Check out this clean quad kill by Swedish female CS:GO pro Juliano against G2 Esports in FPL.
Juliano is a Swedish female CS:GO rifler and the in-game leader for XSET.

G2 Esports’ CS:GO roster is hard at practice before the start of the 2021 competitive circuit as they really want their stacked lineup to stand up to its reputation. To improve they are playing together a lot of matches on FPL on the daily and recently ran into a team which had female Swedish player Julia "juliano" Kiran on it, who went ham on the G2 lineup in the second pistol round on Vertigo.

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Female CS:GO Pro Takes Down G2 Esports

Playing the second pistol round on Vertigo, Juliano who is also a member of the North American esports organization XSET held the line for her team against G2 Esports on the ‘B-Site’ of Vertigo.

Facing a 1v4 situation on the site, Juliano was waiting for other members of her team to rotate from the ‘A-SIte’. But members from G2 Esports had already started pushing in, so Juliano was forced to take the fight as she stuck to the pillar on the corner of the site taking four consecutive kills, dancing from side-to-side as she went on to destroy G2 and win the round for her side.

From the clip above you can see how quickly she had to adjust. Juliano waited for G2 Esports to push into the site completely before she shifted directly into the fourth gear to take them all down one after the other, all her shots being crisp headshots and nothing else.

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Juliano is part of XSET, a female CS:GO team which has been brought together with an aim of not only dominating the female circuit but also compete against the male teams successfully. Their first attempt at this was witnessed during the DreamHack Open December 2020 where XSET went up against both ESPADA and but failed to win even on a single map.

They did go on to claim victory at DreamHack Showdown Winter 2020: Europe, where they defeated their closest female rivals Galaxy Racer Female in consecutive matches to walk away as the champions. Let’s see if XSET go on to find a win against a male CS:GO team in 2021 or not.


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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.