Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player on the planet. However, CSGO isn’t the only game he plays.  

The Natus Vincere star has been fanning out on his Twitch channel recently and one of the games he’s been fiddling with Dota 2. Despite the fact that his skills in the First Person Shooter could conceivably really mean the MOBA, he has looked pretty darn great in his Dota 2 endeavors up until now.

Bossing different roles

s1mple has played an assortment of heroes in various roles, running from help Pudge to carry Dragon Knight. He performed genuinely well in every job and indicated a decent by and large recognition with the game’s serious complexities. Given his ability in CSGO, it’s nothing unexpected that he is by all accounts at his best as a convey in Dota 2. The feature of his session so far being an especially solid game as Juggernaut where his heavenly play prompted him overwhelming the game’s total net worth charts.

s1mple sticking with CSGO

However, try not to expect s1mple to switch games completely and put Na’Vi’s Dota 2 convey Vladislav “Crystallize” Krystanek out of a vocation. s1mple has played various games in the course of the most recent couple of months, including Riot Games’ new strategic first-person shooter Valorant and new Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone. He hasn’t made any unexpected declarations that he’s leaving CSGO for any of those games, so don’t anticipate that he should be going pro in Dota 2 at any point in the near future either.


As though there was any uncertainty over this, s1mple went directly back to CSGO after a couple of games to rehearse his aim. Envision what his Pudge could resemble that sort of training.