A TikTok user recently went viral on the platform by uploading some really creative CS:GO content. The user who goes by the name of 'csgogoezhack' has garnered millions of views for showing off some bizarre methods to hit no scopes with the AWP. For all those who are adept at the game know how ridiculously tough it is to hit an accurate no scope with the big green, basically due to the weapon's immensely high spread when firing from the hip. However, this TikTok user has figured out the art of connecting these no scope shots by using some ridiculously unconventional aiming methods which involve lemon, scissors, dental floss, toothpicks, and more day to day items.
CS:GO player uses ridiculous methods to hit no scope with an AWP
It is certainly debatable if the methods used by the CS:GO player who goes by the name of 'csgogoezhack' on TikTok is legit or not, as he attaches really weird items to his monitor in order to hit perfect no scopes with an AWP.
Yes, it does act as a third-party physical aim assist but it still does not guarantee a 100% output efficiency. Also, the player does not use it with an intention to cheat, he does it for fun using objects that one would never even think of using as an aim assist crosshair.
This obviously does not justify his actions and we do not encourage delving into such activities, but you have to give it to the guy for his creativity. To come up with such a bizarre concept and keep delivering on it consistently.
Here is one of the most viral CS:GO no scope clip created by the user where he tapes a dental floss to his monitor, using it as a physical aim assist to no scope his opponents to oblivion.
The clip above garnered more than 30 million views and 2 million likes. The user himself is very popular on the platform that does not have a lot of CS:GO creators, with more than 150,000 followers and a total of 6.2 million likes.
Here the user can be seen using a thing slice of lemon which has been hollowed and stuck with tape onto the screen.
In the clip below the user can be seen hitting no scope shots through the finger grips of scissors that has been suspended in front of his screen using a thread.
The CS:GO user is definitely creative as he easily converts daily use items into physical aim assists that actually work pretty well, the legality of it all is a topic of debate though. All of this just goes on to show that even after two decades worth of competing and content creation, Counter-Strike always has something more if one is looking in the right direction.