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CS:GO Player Steel Slams Gen.G Esports For Bizarre Reason

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Joshua Nissan, known as “steel,” is a 30-year-old Canadian CS:GO player who had played for teams like iBUYPOWER, Gx, Torqued, Ghost Gaming and many more. Since November 2019, he has been playing for Chaos Esports Club.

On 19th January 2020, he roasted the Gen.G Esports after he couldn’t find their account on Twitter and he blamed them for having a really bad name.

Here is what steel wrote:

“We qualified for the @DreamHackCSGO Anaheim closed qualifier which starts in 12 hours from now. Our first opponent in the bracket is gen.g I don’t know their Twitter. their fault for having a shit name. See you soon friends @ChaosEC”

A fan named Travis replied:

“@GenG or your fault for being lazy😂”

Another fan named MiRE replied:

“The salty replies that don’t get the banter lmao”

You can read his tweet below.

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