ceh9 played with Zeus for many years before his retirement. The duet joined the very first
On his stream ceh9 discussed a wide range of topics, starting with the changes in MIBR, the possible retirement of Zeus and even what s1mple in FaZe Clan would look like.
About MIBR changes
“I can’t say that TACO has ever fully joined Team Liquid. He made very important entry frags in the team. He was partly in his
“Therefore, maybe here [in the MIBR] TACO will join the team one hundred percent. Or not, and it will become the final nail in the coffin that MIBR were building since the last Major. In any case, Brazilians are experienced guys. More than once they showed how to fall, rise, fall, rise … And, perhaps, it was they who in 2019 would force the Astralis team to move a little bit. ”
“Firstly, there is no substitute for Zeus. There are simply no captains of this level, of such magnitude. Plus, of course, we must take the monetary component. Zeus is now in the team top 2 team in the world. For the year, the prize-winning
That is, of course, someone plays for money, someone plays for something else. But all the same, money is a weighty part for any pro-player, for a person who does this professionally.
Therefore, it seems to me that Zeus can leave only if the
What if s1mple joined FaZe?
“Simple has said more than once that
That is, in reality, after Katowice Major 2019, the situation will change, most likely. That is, it is not clear what place
And this bitterness, which sits in you after one or two days [after a defeat], it, of course, disappears, and you start thinking completely differently. Again, this works both in one and in the second direction. ”
Intel Extreme Masters Season XIII – Katowice Major 2019 will be held from February 13 to March 3,
Six teams, four days, one house, and $150,000 dollars in prize money — Beyond The Summit returns to Counter-Strike with another spectacular event in Los Angeles, this time featuring Team Liquid, ENCE, NRG esports, and others.
Team captain of the ever-resourceful Vega Squadron, Dmitry “jR” Chervak sat down to talk about how the new composition of the team was formed, and also expressed dissatisfaction with the unjustifiably high buy-outs for the players in the CIS.
DreamHack’s return to a small French town of Tours starts today, with a $100,000 dollar Counter-Strike event featuring 8 up-and-coming teams, including mousesports, AVANGAR, Valiance, Ghost Gaming, G2 Esports and others.