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Coldzera Says He Lost All Of His Potential In FaZe And Explains Why



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Marcelo Augusto David, known as “Coldzera,” is a 26-year-old Brazilian CS:GO player who had been playing for FaZe Clan since September 2019. Last month, he joined Complexity Gaming as a stand-in.

The veteran player spoke in a recent interview with and talked about his new role in Complexity Gaming, how his role affected his performance during his time with FaZe Clan, and many more.

Even though Coldzera had a decent start at the beginning of his journey at FaZe, he started to underperform as well as the team. Therefore, the Brazilian legend decided to step down from the roster.

In the conversation, Coldzera pointed out that he had the anchor role in FaZe Clan and didn’t have any impact around the map. As Cold said, the role prevented him to show his true potential in FaZe Clan.

While Cold was saying that it was the only role he didn’t like, the talented rifler also mentioned that he took the entry-fragger role in Complexity Gaming, which suits better to his character because he can make plays with it easily.

Coldzera on the role differences:

“I want to try out different stuff. Since I joined FaZe I was feeling like it was the only role I didn’t like to play. The anchor on the site is what I don’t like to play too much because I can not be active.

But when you’re an entry, you can do different stuff, it’s not an entry just in strats, it’s the first contact, the guy who’s making plays, the guy who’s going first and just trying to create space for the team.

I’m pretty good in doing that, I’m a really smart player, so I know what I need to do. This fits me really well, way better than it fit on FaZe.

On FaZe I was just sitting in a position, not having so much impact as an anchor, and I was anchoring on the CT side as well, so that’s one thing I don’t like either. I lose all my potential doing that. So I liked it when Luis came to me with this idea.”

Later in the conversation, Coldzera also talked about his future with Complexity Gaming and stated that he really wants to give them a shot, but he actually wants to wait till the end of this year.

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