Fans and wheels were left confused as it should be a ridiculous 1v2 from the shelf, pampered by a glitchy grenade that did not kill two enemies despite landing directly on top of them.
Playing on the PGI 2018 PUBG Charity Showdown, shroud was one of many top streamers who participated in the $ 1 million event in charity's name, as PUBG shows the potential of being a major esport.
But as PUBG creator Brendan Greene admitted, the game is not yet ready for esports yet, with a number of game issues that must be solved.
Shroud's mystery grenade is, however, the pick of the gang, but the feeling of anti-climax like the grenade failed to do any harm, it was palpable, destroying what should have been a highlight roll game.
After taking out British professional player, Alex has "lived" Gouge, with a crazy shot from a distance ̵
The grenade landes perfectly for both players' feet, and should have easily served in the double drama, but instead it only leaves a mishandled cloud of smoke without harm.
Casting the duo again is speechless and the audience is completely scared of the absurdity of the moment, another reminder that despite the success of PGI 2018 PUBG as an event, the game itself is still wrong.
The conclusion of the event will be played from Saturday 28 July to Sunday 29th, with the professional teams back in action competing for another $ 1 million in the first-rate game.
You can follow all the action at the PGI 2018 PUBG Global Invitational in Berlin at our dedicated coverage hub.