Watch: Timthetatman, Ninja, and Cloakzy open CS:GO cases on a private jet

The trio have recently been on a loot box opening spree and have a target of unboxing $10,000 worth of CS:GO on stream.

Updated - 20 Jul 2023 05:58 PM

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Timthetatman recently posted a video to his Twitter showing himself, Ninja, and Cloakzy on a private jet opening CS:GO skin loot boxes on a Steam Deck. The trio film Tim opening a pack where he unboxes a shotgun skin. The trio have recently been on a loot box opening spree and have a target of unboxing $10,000 worth of CS:GO on stream. 


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The video shows Tim using a Steam Deck and unboxing crates, filmed by Cloakzy with Ninja hovering over the portable device, curious to see the skin. It is revealed that the unboxed skin is the Antique version of the Nova shotgun, which is priced around INR 950 to INR 1250 on the Steam marketplace. 

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In the clip, Tim said, “The show goes on, come on baby,” before selecting the box. While not overly enthused by the skin when it is revealed, they still take it in stride. Tim said, “Not too bad.” while Cloakzy remarked, “I’ll take it, I’ll take it.” The Antique skin is one of the rarer versions for the Nova, only behind the Boomstick and Hyper Beast variations. 



Timthetatman continues CS:GO unboxing spree


Timthetatman, Ninja and Cloakzy recently streamed for nearly four hours and opened $10,000 worth of CS:GO loot boxes. While the live stream did not result in unboxing any especially rare skins, fans still enjoyed it thanks to the chemistry between the three as well as the stories they would tell.


Cloakzy revealed on stream that he turned down a $7 million offer by Mixer to stream exclusively on the site when it was first signing on Twitch streamers to rival the Amazon-owned streaming service.


Timthetatman is likely to continue producing content around CS:GO unboxing, and he has done multiple such challenges in the past, including a live stream where he kept opening boxes until he found a butterfly knife.


With the recent announcement of Counter Strike 2, Valve is pushing the series forward in what they call Counter Strike’s greatest technical leap forward ever. The game will be released this summer and is likely to heavily involve the Steam marketplace like its predecessor Global Offensive.

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Watch: Timthetatman, Ninja, and Cloakzy open CS:GO cases on a private jet

The trio have recently been on a loot box opening spree and have a target of unboxing $10,000 worth of CS:GO on stream.

Updated - 20 Jul 2023 05:58 PM

untitled 1

Timthetatman recently posted a video to his Twitter showing himself, Ninja, and Cloakzy on a private jet opening CS:GO skin loot boxes on a Steam Deck. The trio film Tim opening a pack where he unboxes a shotgun skin. The trio have recently been on a loot box opening spree and have a target of unboxing $10,000 worth of CS:GO on stream. 


Also Read: Swayambika Sachar to lead Indian Female CS:GO team at Asian qualifiers


The video shows Tim using a Steam Deck and unboxing crates, filmed by Cloakzy with Ninja hovering over the portable device, curious to see the skin. It is revealed that the unboxed skin is the Antique version of the Nova shotgun, which is priced around INR 950 to INR 1250 on the Steam marketplace. 

Also Read: Medal Esports announce its CS:GO team Skyesports Masters


In the clip, Tim said, “The show goes on, come on baby,” before selecting the box. While not overly enthused by the skin when it is revealed, they still take it in stride. Tim said, “Not too bad.” while Cloakzy remarked, “I’ll take it, I’ll take it.” The Antique skin is one of the rarer versions for the Nova, only behind the Boomstick and Hyper Beast variations. 



Timthetatman continues CS:GO unboxing spree


Timthetatman, Ninja and Cloakzy recently streamed for nearly four hours and opened $10,000 worth of CS:GO loot boxes. While the live stream did not result in unboxing any especially rare skins, fans still enjoyed it thanks to the chemistry between the three as well as the stories they would tell.


Cloakzy revealed on stream that he turned down a $7 million offer by Mixer to stream exclusively on the site when it was first signing on Twitch streamers to rival the Amazon-owned streaming service.


Timthetatman is likely to continue producing content around CS:GO unboxing, and he has done multiple such challenges in the past, including a live stream where he kept opening boxes until he found a butterfly knife.


With the recent announcement of Counter Strike 2, Valve is pushing the series forward in what they call Counter Strike’s greatest technical leap forward ever. The game will be released this summer and is likely to heavily involve the Steam marketplace like its predecessor Global Offensive.

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