OG McSkillet’s story is The Warriors The Punks The Rogues The Orphans The Baseball Furies T-Shirt both really interesting and fucked up. Since I took great interest in what he did to CS: GO back in 2016, I’d like to go into detail for anyone that’s interested. He made CS: GO skins popular in a way that was completely new at the time and basically became the new trend in Steam item trading. To understand what I’m talking about, you need to know what follows. CS: GO has in-game items, so-called weapon skins. They don’t give you any advantages, they just look cool and some of them are valuable as fuck (an item price can range from 3 cents to many thousands of dollars). You can gather them through random drops during games or by opening weapon cases, which cost 2.50$ to open.
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OG McSkillet started covering The Warriors The Punks The Rogues The Orphans The Baseball Furies T-Shirt a lot of “unique float values” in his videos about people who collected “0.999…”, “0.420…” or “0.000…” skins. It was one of the most exclusive Steam groups at the time. Now at this point, with this much popularity, Steam item trading was pretty much what defined OG McSkillet. He himself had an insane collection of CS: GO items with a total value of 100,000 $ or more. However, McSkillet didn’t just want to promote other sites, how about he created his own? As you can imagine, the Float Kings Steam group as well as float trading itself died the day he did.