PUBG is an FPS battle royale game where players try to be the last man standing out of 100 players. In order to achieve victory in this game consistently, you need to learn and master a lot of skill.

Michael Grzesiek, also known as Shroud, is the most famous PUBG twitch streamer and one of the best PUBG player in the world. Some people even suspected that he was using cheat software as the performance he showed on stream was beyond believable. But it was his skill and experience from previous FPS game that helped him to become so deadly.

Here are some tips that will significantly improve your skill you can learn from Shroud.

1. Learn how to do a perfect landing

This is the first phase that every PUBG player has to go through each game. A good landing will make all the difference between life and death.

Shroud perfected his landing to the point that he can always be among the first to land and drop down in front of a door or gun.

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The first part of every match.

2. Always moving during the game

One more trait that set a beginner and a pro apart are how they move.

Even when looting, he always makes some micro movement in random directions. By doing this, he becomes a harder a target to hit, and it allows him to check his surroundings for threats.

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Always moving.

3. He has a perfect game sense

Using his prior experience, he can spot enemy first hand. This gives him an absolute advantage over other players as he can kill them even before they can react.

4. Quick-scoping and fast reaction

Quick-scoping is a technique that helps players to shoot before the aiming animation finish, allowing them to have a fraction of a second faster advantage. This along with inhuman reflexes from years of training give Shroud the upper hand in every situation.

5. Always expect where the enemy might be

Through hundreds of competitive matches, he learned to predict opponents movement and cover so he can plan his strategy or choose to pre-fire even before the opponent show up.

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Prefire to get the upper hand