Danger Zone has another victor as Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek won for his first time in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's new battle royale mode.

In case you missed it, the new game mode is a CS:GO battle royale hybrid, which drops a group of players onto an expansive map and lets them duke it out for first place. The game mode came with the newest update to CS:GO, which brought a new crate and made the game free-to-play.

Shroud's first win showed off his impressive skills at both CS:GO and battle royale while showcasing the mode's mechanics. The match starts out by dropping up to 18 players on the map, then has them scrounge around for guns, money, and resources. Once a player builds up enough cash they can use it to buy weapons and ammo, which get air dropped to them via drone.

Knowing Shroud, this win will be the first of many.

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