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Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom is a name that a lot of CS:GO fans know all too well. Although he hasn’t had much success in recent memory...

AW by Asura World in Feb 17, 2019
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Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom is a name that a lot of CS:GO fans know all too well. Although he hasn’t had much success in recent memory, many are still waiting for him to try and make his triumphant return, which may be coming later rather than sooner.

Currently playing for Red Reverse, the 24-year-old professional CS:GO player had slowly been working his way to form when he suffered an injury while out on ice skating.

ScreaM revealed details of the injury on Twitter, adding a photo of his hand wrapped in ice after fans started calling him out for lying about his injury.

It’s not all bad news, however.

The legendary Belgian CS:GO player has since provided an update regarding his fate. In a post via Instagram, ScreaM stated that the injury is not as serious as he initially believed after consulting with a medical team and a wrist specialist. He ended the post by saying that this is very positive news and that he’s “more motivated than ever to get back on top.”

With the injury forcing him out of action, ScreaM has since found himself a new team to play with. Currently, they are without an organization and are playing under the name Uruguay.

We’ll have to wait and see first if this newly-formed CS:GO team can actually make some noise, but it probably wouldn’t hurt if they had a player like ScreaM on their active lineup to try and boost their chances of winning.
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