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A CS:GO Skins YouTuber who is basically

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    1 de mayo de 2018 23:46:39 PDT

    The agreement involving FaZe and CSGO Skins NiP effectively ends xizt's virtually glamorized tenure with NiP. As one of Sweden's greatest in-game leaders, he also won the ESL One Cologne 2014 Leading with a few of the most renowned cores in CS:GO, which also retains the longest win streak ever at 87-0. Now he'll be replacing olofmeister in an English-speaking international team that is arguably the very best in the game at the moment.

    The Way to Be a better AWPer

    Everyone wants to play the AWP like Counter-Strike legend Kenny "kennyS" Schrub, but not many recognize the several dimensions to playing the one-hit miracle weapon.

    Mastering the art of AWPing is much like mastering a tool. Then once you get a good grasp of the basics, you can go on to harder concepts, such as the playstyles, the varying amounts of play, and even how to correct to mistakes. As soon as you realize the fundamentals, you are able to delve deeper into the complexities.

    TheWarOwl, a  CS:GO Skins YouTuber who is basically a one-man school, gave an exceptional tutorial about basics. It was created in 2014, but it is still pertinent to the current meta.

    The AWP is a rifle which will kill on its first hit due to its 97.50 percent armor penetration, presuming you're able to reach your targets. If you hit somebody over the cool, congratulations--you got the kill. If you unfortunately hit somebody in the leg, then you only dealt 85 percent damage to them, and you'll have to finish them off with your pistol in a couple of shots (more on the pistols later on). If you "leg" someone, it's best to keep composure rather than rage over your dwelling prey.

    The one-hit wonder weapon shoots using a fire rate of 41.24 rounds per second, which is a 93 percent gap to the AK-47's 600 RPM. It also takes 3.67 minutes to reload, meaning you should consciously think of how many bullets you have left and when to reload. Timing each of your shots and knowing when it is appropriate to reload will keep you from looking silly during rounds.