S1mple is undoubtedly one of the best CS: GO players on the planet. He recently had a ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Twitter where fans had some interesting questions. One particular answer left fans perplexed when S1mple suggested he ‘might’ join 100 thieves.
Oleksandr “S1mple” Kostyliev is one of the most skilled players in CS: GO history. While he has a few titles and MVP awards under his belt, he has not won a major title in CS:GO.
100 Thieves, founded by Nadeshot, is enjoying a grand fan following at the moment. The Esports organization has some great streamers and pros in its arsenal. S1mple would surely make a great addition to that.
During his ‘Ask Me Anything’ session, fans flooded S1mple with a ton of questions. He answered a couple before a fan asked him to name his favorite teammate of all time.
He named Denis “electronic” Sharipov and Spencer “Hiko” Martin as his favorites. However, he went further and concluded the tweet on a surprising note. He joked that he’d be joining 100 Thieves soon.
Although it was a joke, it led to a lot of speculation. Hiko and S1mple have previously played together when they were signed to Team Liquid. They have had stellar moments together as a team, beating the likes of FaZe Clan and Fnatic. Ever since S1mple departed, fans have been yearning to watch them play together again. While this is unlikely given Hiko now plays Valorant, we sure can hope.
Later, Hiko came forth to ask why S1mple was leaking the news. Rest assured, it was just friendly banter between the two and nothing more.
While we are on the topic, the pro also named Libson as his favorite city and termed ‘Mirage’ as his favorite map in CS:GO.
S1mple is currently signed to Natus Vincere. However, you wouldn’t have seen him stream for a while, as he is currently serving a ban from Twitch.
The pro had taken to Twitter to announce his ban. He even took his cues from Dr Disrespect, posting a tweet almost identical to the one Doc had posted following his permanent ban. Thankfully, his ban was temporary and he is now back on the platform.