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Complexity Gaming CS:GO Player blameF Reveals The Thing That Makes Poizon Different Than The Others



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Benjamin Vang Bremer, known as “blameF,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Complexity Gaming jersey for over one and a half years. Previously, he was playing for Heroic.

blameF spoke in a recent interview with Flashpoint and talked about the structure of the team, what players roles, the importance of their AWP player Valentin “poizon” Vasilev, and many more.

In the conversation, blameF stated that pozion creates space during the round that helps other players to play more relieved. Also, blameF mentioned that poizon takes initiative sometimes in the mid-round and decides to play more aggressive, which makes him different than the other players.

Here is what blameF said:

“I think the thing that makes poizon different is that he’s so aggressive in a lot of rounds where other almost not be aggressive.

He is not trying to pet his statistics or anything, he is just trying to create the space for his team and I think that helps a lot of other players. That helps me, that helps k0nfig, that helps other players when he is just taking initiative a lot of mid-rounds.”

He continued:

“I think poizon is just a guy I can always count on him, when we play officials I can always count on him being the guy that going to do the stuff we need to do or run in when we needed to do or throw the nade when we needed to do.

He is a versatile orb in the sense that he could both be the aggressive guy but he could also be the guy that a little bit more passive that throwing nades or stuff. So he is very easy to work with in that sense. He is very open-minded, which is very nice for me as a caller to have a guy like that.”

You can watch the full interview below.

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