While he was broadcasting Apex Legends, Michael 'Shroud' Grzesiek performed a breathtaking game, even with his incredibly high demands.
A former professional CS: GO player, Shroud has become one of Twitch's most popular broadcasters, renowned for his exceptional mechanical skills and his ability to land new FPS titles and dominate instantly.
Like most of Twitch's most popular streamers, Shroud has spent the last few weeks sticking to Apex Legends, which has experienced a surge in popularity since its launch on Feb. 4.
During a flood on February 27, Shroud probably achieved his most impressive game in the new Royal Battle to date, after coming to the rescue of his teammates who were focused on an enemy team.
Apex Legends has reached incredible milestones in record time, with more than 25 million players a week after release.
Immediately after finishing the first player, Shroud changed his goal with 90-degree precision worthy of an aim-bot for a second instant death, before engraving the third with laser precision.
The game was so crazy that even Shroud himself, usually quite impassive despite performances often far beyond the abilities of most players, commented how awesome this was.
Shroud, who was already one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, has experienced a new wave of viewers with the release of Apex Legends.
The audience figures, which saw Shroud's flow exceed 100,000 simultaneous viewers on several occasions, were so surprising that Shroud even suggested that they had to be the result of the out-of-circuit and had encouraged viewers to also watch other broadcasters.
Not surprisingly, given Shroud's ability to make such games successful, his channel has become the most popular destination for viewers looking to watch Apex Legends at a high level.