Original article by : AFK Gaming
CS:GO player used nothing but a Scout to take an ace.
- Scouter takes an incredible 1v4 clutch ace with a Scout on Nuke in overtime.
- The popular Scout wielding CS:GO player claims to have more than 185,000 frags with the scoped weapon.
Scout is generally not preferred as an ideal weapon to play with during proper buy rounds, especially when you find yourself to be in a 1v4 situation on the 32nd round. However, if you have ‘Scouter_CS’ in your team the weapon’s lethality goes beyond godlike. The CS:GO player is popular within the community for his Scout gameplay which can rival the best Counter-Strike players in the world. In his hand, a Scout is basically a combination of both a Deagle and an AWP. So when he found himself in a 1v4 situation on Nuke, it was not a disadvantage for him instead it was an opportunity to create a viral clip and showcase his dominance with the scoped weapon rifle.
Scouter takes fantastic 1v4 clutch scout ace
Scouter once again showcased his skill with the scout, a weapon that most silver players are oblivious to. Playing overtime on Nuke, true to his nature Scouter stuck to his weapon of choice to hunt down the entire enemy team and secure a ’17-15′ lead for his side.
The round started of well for the CT-sided Scouter and his team, with a clean scout kill being taken near the ‘Outside’ position on Nuke. However, the round collapsed fast as all the other CTs went down while attempting to hold the ‘A-Site’.
With four T-sided players still alive and Scouter armed with the scout, one kill already to his name. The opportunity was perfect to showcase the power of the handy AWP, as he went beast mode to secure the clutch ace and win the round for his side.
Scouter is quite popular within the CS:GO community for his fantastic plays with the versatile scoped rifle. He claims to have more than 7,000 hours in CS:GO during which he has allegedly secured more than 185,000 frags with the scout alone.
He also has more than 9,000 followers on Twitch and about 41,000 subscribers on YouTube, where he generally shares edits of some of his highlight moments with the Scout.