CS:GO JDM takes down 4 Opponents In An Epic Battle At ELeague CS:GO Major

CS:GO JDM takes down 4 Opponents In An Epic Battle At ELeague CS:GO Major

The biggest pro tournament of the year for Counterstrike: Global Offensive kicks off yesterday with the ELEAGUE Major. With a prize money of $1,000,000, players are going all out ahead of the competition’s January 27th playoffs.

Team Liquid’s Josh “jdm64″ Marzano sniped his way to win the round in an intense match that pitted him against four Team EnVyUs players, right after losing his team captain Spencer “Hiko” Martin in an apparent trade-off with one opposing player.

JDM picked up four quick kills with the AWP in a play that will likely be showcased as one of the top highlights for much of the year.

Getting four kills running on solo in a pro tourney is no mean feat. The remainder of the match went into triple-overtime, however, Team EnVyUs manage to keep up with the pressure and clinch the victory with a 25-21 against Team Liquid.

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  1. yuri January 25, 2017
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    that’s insane sniping how he shoot the last 2 guy

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