In a recent tweet, HLTVorg highlighted an unusual record held by a legendary player in Adil ‘Scream’ Benrlitom, who announced his retirement from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive earlier in the year.
As stated, Scream still tops the all-time leaderboard of highest headshot percentage, boasting a record of 65%.8 & 0.48%, overall and per round headshot, respectively. He is followed by Team Liquid’s Twistzz at 62.4%.
The tweet highlights the fact that he has retired from the game.
“Despite being retired, ScreaM still tops the all time headshot % and headshot per round leaderboards. Twistzz is the only player who comes close to overtaking the one-tap king with a success rate of 62.4%.”
Did Counter-Strike: Global Offensive lose a superstar to Valorant?
Counter-Strike lost one of its biggest superstars in ScreaM when he announced a move to Valorant. During his tenure in Counter-Strike, ScreaM was a literal headshot machine, famous for pulling insane one tap headshots in both casual and competitive environments.
The record held by the Belgian speaks volumes about his skills and the talent that he possesses, and the move can very well lead to his fans moving to a newer eSports title on the rise.
How is ScreaM doing in Valorant?
The player’s fans were unsure about his future in a new title that boasted abilities over different grenades. However, earlier in the year, Scream signed for Team Liquid, and if you are wondering if he is still the one-tap god, then you should look no further than the video below.
Do you think Scream will realize his dream of winning a world title in Valorant? Let us know in the comments below.