In latest CS:GO news, Ukrainian CS: GO player Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev posted a story on Instagram today illuminating his fans that he had given 1,000,000 Ukrainian hryvnias to the Ukrainian armed force, which means an expected 33,000 dollars.
The Russian intrusion of Ukraine has grabbed the eye of the whole world. As states settle on the subsequent stages, a few associations and expert players in the esports business have likewise been unveiling their help through web-based media.
S1mple is a Ukrainian player and one of the most prominent global CS:GO esports scene. Recently, on the IEM Katowice 2022 phase, he communicated something specific of harmony to people in general, which was reflected in the ensuing perceptible help from various associations, demonstrating how the esports business meets up amid hardship.
“All of us want peace—for Ukraine, and for the whole world,” s1mple said at IEM Katowice. “All of us are scared, and all of us need to show an example at this tournament. We need to stay together as a unit, with our fans, with our friends, and with everybody watching. And we all need to stay humans first.”
The Ukrainian player, who plays for Natus Vincere, followed his proclamation with a progression of gifts on the side of the Ukrainian armed force. S1mple had ventured out to Poland for IEM Katowice last week. However, almost certainly, he will not have the option to get back to Ukraine because of the continuous struggle in the country.