Swedish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Freddy ‘KRIMZ’ Johansson can officially say he holds the record for the most number of kills at a competitive CS:GO tournament.
The rifler, who plays for Fnatic, dropped 44 kills in 30 rounds against MIBR at the ESL Pro League Season 10 finals yesterday, overtaking Nikola ‘NiKo’ Kovač’s 40 kills against Team Liquid at ECS Season 4 Finals two years ago.
Despite his valiant efforts of carrying his team through what was a tough match on Dust2 against the Brazilian team, Fnatic still fell at the final hurdle. The match went to overtime, and eventually Fnatic fell to MIBR 19-16, levelling up the scores in their best of three match. Krimz was able to add another three kills to his tally during overtime, although they weren’t counted for the record.
Despite losing a map against MIBR, Fnatic were were able to fight back in the series, taking Vertigo 16-11. KRIMZ might not have had the best of games on this map, but given the impact he had on the previous two maps, his team will no doubt forgive him.
— HLTV.org (@HLTVorg) December 4, 2019
Fnatic face 100 Thieves in the lower bracket run of their group later today.