One of the things I love to do the most is watching pro CS: GO players as the game just delivers just one of the most exciting esports experiences you can watch, especially if you understand how the economy works and how important specific areas and movement on every map is. The fastest CS: GO pro round I’ve ever seen and most likely the fastest one ever happened recently in the Europe Minor Closed Qualifier.
A match between CR4ZY (previously known as Valiance) against team Nordavind saw one round only lasting seven seconds, making it one of, if not the fastest CS: GO round in a pro tournament ever. For those of you who are wondering, yes, the fastest CS: GO round did take place on Dust2, just like previous fastest rounds, including that one between NiP and ENCE (9 seconds), as well as the one between Mousesports and FaZe Clan (8 seconds).
The match between CR4ZY and Nordavind ended at a relatively close 16-13 round score, but earlier in the match Nordavind was on an eco round and decided to all go mid to try and catch a few CR4ZY players and damage their economy. CR4ZY had none of this as the Terrorist side and killed all five Nordavind players in seven seconds, with four of these kills coming from HE grenades. That really had to hurt the confidence of Nordavind if you ask me.
Check out one of, if not the fastest CS: GO round in a pro tournament ever below and then tell us what you think in the comment section.
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