Ukrainian CSGO legend Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev is no stranger to being the top fragger in competitive games with occasional 30+ frags on the scoreboard alongside some sick AWP plays. However, fans of the Na’Vi star were quite confused when he failed to perform up to his usual standards during their match in IEM Katowice against ENCE.

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This confusion soon turned into all sorts of speculation when the tournament officials began inspecting s1mple’s PC in the middle of the match. Many suspected that s1mple’s PC was sabotaged which led to the 24-year-old underperforming in the game against ENCE. However, the actual explanation seems to be something else. 

After s1mple’s seemingly disappointing performance of 12 kills in 20 rounds on Nuke, the tournament officials began inspecting his PC when the speculations began. He later took it to Twitter to clear all the misconceptions that fans may have been possessing regarding the incident. 

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Turns out, there were multiple technical problems in s1mple’s PC that surfaced themselves towards the start of the game on Nuke. According to him, the computer started “lagging”, which resulted in them losing the map to ENCE. 

It was when he pointed out the issue to the officials when they checked his PC, which was then replaced by a new one before the decider on Overpass.

While s1mple didn’t put up an exceptional performance following the change, his team managed to take down ENCE in the final map to secure the BO3 win against the Finnish org. 

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