Four eyes are better than two! Ukrainian Spetznaz soldiers show off bizarre super-vision glasses as they battle against members of the public in online shooting game Counter-Strike
- The Ukrainian CEE expo 2019 was accompanied by some unlikely guests for the opening of the exhibition this year
- Members of the Ukrainian Spetznaz had joined the event, dressed in full combat gear and night vision
- Visitors to the exhibition center could view the troops up close while cosplayers posed with them
Ukrainian special forces have been spotted by participating in a games expo in the country's capital Kiev.
Dressed in suitable MOLLE combat equipment, sporting olive camouflage patterns, the highly skilled warriors went to a new battlefield, multiplayer servers.
The event takes place every year and is the largest exhibition of electronics, electrical engineering, toys and electric vehicles in Ukraine.
The expo has been run since 2006 and allows members of the public to come together and share their passions for gaming.
The soldiers were not the only ones dressed because visitors to the center were also encouraged to participate in a cosplay competition.
Dressed as their favorite characters from video games, participants were judged by their costumes that held to the appearance of their chosen characters.
The winner of the competition could expect to walk away with 25,000 hryvnia – or around £ 840.
The real competition took place on LAN servers in the exhibition while brave volunteers rushed to defeat the special forces and played the classic multiplayer shooter Counter-Strike.
Winners of the tense combat shooter competition could expect to walk away with 100,000 hryvnia (around £ 3370).
The expo is on the first day of a two-day event at the weekend and will close tomorrow after an award ceremony.
I see you! Some soldiers seemed to wear the Ground Panoramic Night Vision Goggles quad-lens, which combines four separate images to intensify the view of the soldier and allow better depth perception while wearing
Most soldiers also wore special Fort-221 assault rifles, while maintaining strict trigger discipline
As a game exhibition, cosplayers were given the opportunity to stimulate their photos with some Ukrainian muscles. Pictured: a cosplayer of the Overwatch character Mei-Ling Zhou poses with the soldiers.
The special troops of soldiers had the chance to show off their aggressive games in the popular online shooter Counter-Strike
The soldiers of the special forces put their skills to the test in an online space and fight against members of the public in a competitive first-person shooter game
Sharp focus: the competition was palpable because the soldiers did not dare to lose sight of watching spectators who wanted to do their best in the mutual matches
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