Jame 1v5 Clutch Ace Against MOUZ On Inferno


[Watch] Jame Takes a 1v5 Clutch Ace to Defend the Site on Inferno Against MOUZ

Jame was not saving the AWP this time!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Virtus.pro (VP) won against MOUZ yesterday in a thrilling last map double overtime match at PGL Major Stockholm 2021.
Jame provided VP with the momentum required on Inferno with a stunning clutch ace to defend the 'A-Site' alone.
Virtus.pro won the decider '2-1', eliminating MOUZ from the Majors in the process.

Virtus.pro (VP) pulled off an incredible victory against MOUZ yesterday in a do-or-die Legends Stage match at the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Giving the team momentum in their comeback map Inferno was none other than the captain himself, Dzhami "Jame" Ali.

The 23-year-old pulled off a stellar one-man defense on the 'A-Site' of Inferno in a post-plant situation, where he was being hunted by the entire MOUZ lineup from all possible directions. Armed with just a Galil AR, Jame had quite the task in front of him despite all the enemy players being armed with a pistol, due to the sheer scarcity of teammates to back him up.

Jame takes down MOUZ with a 1v5 clutch ace on Inferno

Virtus.pro, after winning the pistol round on Inferno, was in a lot of trouble as MOUZ overwhelmed their 'A-Site' attack despite being on an economical purchase, consisting of some upgraded pistols and a bit of utility.

VP did manage to plant on the site, but could not save themselves as Jame was left alone to win the round for his side. Despite facing a huge handicap, Jame without missing a beat swung into action with his rifle and connected shots one after the other to quickly gun down four members.

Switching to his side arm, Jame stealthily shifted to take cover behind the box on the site fully aware of the last remaining players' position. With 52 points of health still remaining, Jame leaped from behind the box to connect a headshot and claimed an incredible 1v5 clutch ace.

This was a crucial win for VP who required a strong start as they had already lost the first map. Salvaging that win in the second round helped VP win the next five rounds in a row to take a comfortable '7-0' lead.

Virtus.pro won the thrilling eliminator against MOUZ

VP fought hard to win on Inferno with a '16-3' scoreline and even secured a win on Vertigo after the game went into double overtime before coming to a thrilling conclusion at a close '22-18' scoreline.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer 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.