Twitch star Michael & # 39; & # 39; shell & # 39; & # 39; Grzesieks was caught in a 1v1 situation – a mouse and keyboard against a controller – and was able to avoid defeat thanks to time out.
In the failed debate over the controller and keyboard and mouse, the case was almost on the wrong side.
Many would agree that controllers are at a disadvantage, but players can still hold their own. Reminds me of FaZe clan Nick & # 39; & # 39; NICKMERCS & # 39; & # 39; Colchef, and he's not the only one.
Cladding is often referred to as the human target robot.
During the Rainbow 6 Raleigh Major Creator's Cup race, the cover was 1v1 against PriesT, controller Siege.
Time was running out and the Priest had to make a move to keep order. Before his last move, he moved around the corner and damaged the shell.
Eventually he managed to get behind the shell and shoot him in the back, but the round ended just before he was able to get killed.
All things considered, the Priest had an edge over the cladding and robbed the clock.
At the end of the day, keyboard and mouse players win here, but it was a few seconds away from being upside down.
Player Controllers have proven that gaps in competitions can be addressed recently, especially considering the number of Fortnite players who use them.
The cladding goes back to the competition view of CS: GO.
Shroud himself is a former CS: GO pro, so all he knows is the keyboard and the mouse, because there's this professional scene.
However, for games like Rainbow Six and Fortnite you can use a controller if you like, and it has opened the door for many pro controller players.
All esports are made using controllers like Gears of War and Halo, so it's really not such a big surprise when players are "killed on sticks" as some would say.