[Watch] CS:GO Legend GeT_RiGhT Takes a Quick 3 Second "Blind" Ace
The Swedish legend has still got it
Swedish Counter-Strike legend and former professional player, Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund was on fire during his 13th August Twitch stream. The 31-year-old, who is currently a full-time streamer for Dignitas, was streaming CS:GO when he showcased that he has still got it in him. While playing CT-sided on Dust 2, GeT_RiGhT was holding the entrance from 'Upper Tunnels' to 'B-Site' when he was completely blinded by a flashbang that the enemy team had thrown through a smoke, so he opened fire with his rifle not knowing where exactly the enemy players were. To everyone's surprise he managed to secure an ace while taking almost no damage from the rushing enemy players.
GeT_RiGhT was himself taken aback when he found out after the flash that he had managed to take down all the enemy players while spraying blindly at them.
GeT_RiGhT secures a lightning fast ace while being completely blinded
The 31-year-old Swedish legend was in sublime form earlier today, as he streamed CS:GO and showcased some high level gameplay. The highlight being his lightning fast ace, which he secured while being completed flashed off by a rushing T-side.
GeT_RiGhT's team was down by a round with the scoreboard standing at '2-1'. He, along with a teammate, rushed towards the 'B-Site' to stop an aggressive push from the enemy team through the 'Upper Tunnels'.
As soon as he entered the 'B-Site', GeT_RiGhT threw a Molotov to slow down the T-sided advance. However, the opponents threw down a smoke to extinguish the flames and then, taking no chance, chucked a flash as well.
But this was not enough to take care of GeT_RiGhT, who successfully spotted the entry playing anti-flash and then blindly transferred the fire to where he thought the other players could be. The outcome was a fantastic ace which even took the rifler by surprise, as he even managed to land three perfect headshots.
The Swedish great was on the money, showcasing his skills and proving a point that he still has it in him. While this might seem like a totally lucky and random ace, it was actually well calculated by the Swede who caught one of the enemy players before getting blinded.
Automatically, he adjusted his spray from there on after getting flashed, and maintained his crosshair at the head level. Simultaneously, he tried to cover the entire passage way while making his way towards a cover.
Yes, he was a bit lucky to have found all the five kills, but they only complimented his skills rather than him being just lucky!