Pros React UNREAL1v4 CadiaN Clutch at CSGO ESL Pro League ft Machine and Bardolph

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IGN published this video item, entitled “Pros React UNREAL1v4 CadiaN Clutch at CSGO ESL Pro League ft Machine and Bardolph” – below is their description.

CadiaN’s 1v4 clutch against Gambit in the ESL Pro League Season 13 finals proves we haven’t seen it all in CSGO. Machine and Bardolph are here to walk us through how CadiaN carved this play into the conversation of one of the best in Counter-Strike.

If you want csgo highlights, look here. This is the gambit vs. heroic cadian clutch from csgo. Or is it the cadian 1v4 clutch? The CadiaN Clutch is one of the most impressive CSGO Highlights we’ve ever seen and so we had to ask James Bardolph (CSGO) and Alex Machine Richardson to come in and help walk us through the play. The play came at a pivotal moment in the Heroic vs Gambit ESL match and launched CadiaN’s career. Now, its part of cadian highlights, and the esl pro league season 13 win for heroic cadian will be remembered. The cadian heroic clutch will always be part of a esl pro league highlights.

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