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Woro2k claims s1mple ‘did nothing himself’ in his Counter-Strike career after Kinguin Legends team-up turns ugly

Woro2k claims s1mple ‘did nothing himself’ in his Counter-Strike career after Kinguin Legends team-up turns ugly

One last tweet on Twitter after the $50k prize draw.

Two professional players who belong to the CIS Counter-Strike community have been arguing with each other following their participation in the same team at the Kinguin Legends 2022 tournament. Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and Volodymyr “Woro2k'” Veletniuk were part of “Edward’s Team” and came second in the final, behind “Maikelele’s Team.”

Even though it’s a friendly Counter-Strikematch without much to play for, some tensions have erupted as the two players have thrown some smacks on Twitter.

S1mple who was notoriously difficult to work with during his career, seemed to be a different man however, Woro2k could have dampened any redemption NAVI’s AWPer appeared to be on the right track to achieve.

Woro2k posted on Twitter in September. 18 “It’s a shame to realize the player you love the most, except for crying and telling someone something, did nothing himself.”

Woro2k claims s1mple ‘did nothing himself’ in his Counter-Strike career after Kinguin Legends team-up turns ugly

The tweet led to an argument with s1mple, a 21-year-old Ukrainian The two fought back and forth, and Woro2k concluded the debate by threatening the s1mple player, saying: “Take away your ego because the time will come when I will destroy you in tournaments, yes, maybe not for the first time, but it will come.”

Woro2k’s reaction was made after S1mple said that he was a “stupid player.”

“It’s all good, one day you will understand what team play in FPS games means, and maybe u will start open your mouth and giving info so other players will enjoy playing Time passes quickly, start making progress,” S1mple added during the heated debate.

Edward’s team was 2nd in the finale and lost by a score of 2-1 to the team of Maikelele in an extremely close contest. The two final games of the series ended in overtime, with each game divided by 6 rounds across all three matches.

The $50,000 event featured heavy gamers from the game’s past and brought back the major winners of 2014 Virtus Pro and players from 2014’s vintage NiP lineup.