Mike Grzesiek

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Mississauga, Ontario
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Mississauga, Ontario

Mike Grzesiek, well known by his e-sports alias “Shroud,” is a Canadian video game streamer. He has aired a lot of well-liked live gaming footage. He has become one of the most well-known players of the modern era as a result of this. He is most recognized for his work with the American e-sports team “Cloud9” in the video game “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.” ‘Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds’ is another game he enjoys playing and is as well-known for. He has more than three million followers on the streaming service “Twitch,” where he is very well-liked. He has more than two million subscribers to his YouTube account. Mike has gained the moniker of “King of Reddit” thanks to his spectacular gameplay tricks. He is still active on his other social media sites even though he is no longer on the cast of “Cloud9.”

Career of Mike Grzesiek

After the release of the multiplayer first-person shooter (FPS) computer game “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,” Mike started to participate in the gaming community. He started off as a solo performer. He participated in the ESEA-M and ESEA-I competitions alongside Slow Motion, Exertus, and Manajuma. After that, Mike was recruited by compLexity Gaming, one of the most established and reputable e-sports teams in North America. He was initially brought on as Todd “anger” Williams’ backup player. CompLexity Gaming was acquired by Cloud9 on August 1st, 2014. Mike was added to the roster of “Cloud9” as a permanent member following the acquisition. Mike has played with many ‘North American (NA) League’ players during his whole gaming career while affiliated with ‘Cloud9,’ including Jordan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert, Sean ‘Sgares’ Gares, Ryan ‘FREAKAZOiD’ Abadir, Jake ‘Stewie2k’ Yip, Timothy ‘autimatic’ Ta, and Tyler ‘Skadoodle’ Latham. Mike provided the ‘NA’ squad of ‘Cloud9’ with multiple victories between 2015 and 2017, which ultimately helped the company gain international notoriety. He was the second-longest-serving “Cloud9” player when William “RUSH” Wierzba and Tarik “tarik” Celik dethroned him in August 2017. With this, ‘NA Counter-Strike’ entered a new age.

Mike uses “Twitch” frequently. His popularity rose once he began posting gaming videos on “Twitch.” His amazing gaming skills, including prowling, clutching, and weapon precision, quickly caught the attention of gamers. To increase the entertainment value of his live streams, he often includes entertaining video.

On “Twitch,” Mike currently has a following of over three million people. He also has a “YouTube” account where he posts gameplay videos for “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.” More than two million people have already subscribed to the channel.

Mike was regarded as one of the top site anchors in the world during his time with “Cloud9” The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community’s social networking site, “Global Offensive subreddit,” refers to him as the “King of Reddit.”

Retirement of Mike Grzesiek

On Twitter, Mike declared his resignation from “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive” and “Cloud9” in April 2018. He chose to do this because he wanted to look at other possibilities in the game. He is working on a few independent projects.

Despite continuing to live-stream on “Twitch,” Mike will no longer be a representative of “Cloud9.”

Individual Life of Mike Grzesiek

In Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on June 2, 1994, Michael Grzesiek became known as Mike. He has Polish ancestry. He can’t speak Polish well, though. Later, he went to Orange County, California, in the US, where his gaming career reached new heights. He had previously lived in Canada.

Mike slumbers a lot. Fruits, especially strawberries, are his favorite food. Mike enjoys listening to music. Mike is reputed to be a neat freak as well.

Shroud Net Worth

Shroud, also known as Michael Grzesiek, is a $20 million-rich Canadian YouTuber and professional gamer. He rose to fame through competing in first-person shooter and battle royale games like Valorant, Apex Legends, Escape from Tarkov, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.