One of the most popular streamers on Twitch, Michael Grzesiek famously known online as Shroud has revealed the reason behind his decision on quitting Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

Twitch streamer Shroud has made his name as a professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player as he is known for being one of the best aimers.

He plays first-person shooter and battle royale games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Apex Legends, Escape from Tarkov, Valorant, and more. However, during one of his recent live broadcasts, while playing CSGO, he was marred by lag, bugs, and hackers, leading him to quit in disgust and possibly abandon the title for good.

Shroud has recently decided to give CSGO a whirl in a recent stream but then the moment he launched the game and tried to stream it, he immediately encountered some problems, starting with a bug that temporarily muted his microphone. Shroud had his teammate enter a console command to fix that problem, but even that had unintended consequences, all of which prompted him to declare he would not play CSGO again unless developer Valve resolves its core issues.

Shroud expressed his disappointment that Valve had left the game behind. He stated; “I’ll be honest, I was actually a little excited to play CS. I can’t believe that’s how that went.” As Shroud made those observations, he and his teammate logged in to their current game of choice which is Valorant even though that title has caused Shroud to actually have a rare meltdown. As of now, it seems unlikely that Shroud will switch back to CS:GO anytime soon.