CS:GO players are using dental floss sticks to help them no scope

Once upon a time, when no scopes defined how good or bad you were, players started putting scotch tape on their televisions so they always knew where the centre of their crosshair was. Now though, it looks like one Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player has taken that up a notch.

TikTok user ‘csgogoezhack‘ has discovered you can pull off some incredible AWP no scopes by using dental floss sticks in a certain way. Yep, you heard that right. They’re using a custom flosshair that’s not only good for your teeth, but your gaming skills too.

By gently taping the stick to the screen with the floss facing upwards, csgogoezhack frames their crosshair, giving them a window (literally) of opportunity every time someone walks past. As soon as someone enters the flosshair of doom, the AWP is fired, resulting in a super easy CS:GO no scope.

But that’s not the only crosshair of choice. This TikToker has a habit of using household objects as “illegal dots”. If you scroll back through their feed, you’ll find clips of them pulling off incredible no scopes with the help of toothbrushes, ring pulls, a US dollar, and more.

@csgogoezhack##csgo ##gaming ##game ##freefire ##fortnite ##roblox ##pubg ##counterstrike ##laptop ##pc ##lifehack ##cheater ##illigal ##dot♬ Berzerk – Eminem

We’re not sure we’d encourage you using these objects for your next silver to Global Elite CS:GO ranked run, but it’s certainly inventive.

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