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CS:GO Coach Reveals The Biggest Differences Between 100 Thieves And Evil Geniuses

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Chet Singh, known as “ImAPet,” is a 23-year-old American CS:GO coach who was recently working for Evil Geniuses. Two days ago, he signed with 100 Thieves and become the main coach for the roster.

During the recent interview with hltv.org, ImAPet revealed the biggest differences between 100 Thieves and Evil Geniuses.

ImAPet stated that the playstyles of these two teams are completely different. He revealed that they were playing as individuals in the Evil Geniuses. On the other hand, 100 Thieves play like a team, and they have a great team structure due to the players.

hltv.org asked:

“How do 100 Thieves compare to EG and NRG, whether it be playstyle-wise or in terms of culture?”

ImAPet replied:

“There’s definitely a big difference in terms of structure. In 100 Thieves they play more team-based CS, while in EG I guess we played more individually and for ourselves, more default. I think that’s the biggest difference. Players in 100 Thieves are also ready to change things more willingly than in EG I think, in terms of strats or whatever that I wanted to introduce. It’s more experimental right now, we’re just in that phase.

I think the players are pretty comparable, all the players are pretty high-skilled and have good communication across the whole team, so I don’t think there’s too big of a difference player-wise. Maybe the work ethic is a little bit different on this team, but overall it’s pretty similar in terms of the types of players you have.

You have the really high fraggers, you have a good AWPer, so I think that’s pretty similar. I also think 100 Thieves, in terms of culture, they remind me a lot of what NRG used to be with FugLy, where we were actually all friends instead of more of a coworker dynamic that it ended up becoming, so that’s definitely a positive for a long term future.”

hltv.org asked:

“Did you at all find that you had to approach them differently? What have you learned in your time with the team so far?”

ImAPet said:

“The first week I was learning what their issues were and things they didn’t do versus things they needed to do. One of the things they didn’t do was VOD reviews, which I thought was a little crazy. For a top team, I’m surprised they got that far without doing any VOD reviews of themselves or of other teams.

I was told that they probably did one to three reviews in a year or something, which is pretty crazy. A lot of my job is facilitating that kind of review, so that’s one thing I learned about them that has already changed.”

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