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CS:GO DickStacy Reveals The New Plans With Renegades



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22-year-old Australian CS:GO player Oliver Tierney, known as “DickStacy” who was playing for Grayhound Gaming since 2017. On 3 December 2019, he joined the Renegades with the Grayhound Gaming roster. In his career, he earned over $50.000.

On 4 December, after Renegades eliminated from the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, during the interview with the, he revealed the future of Renegades.

“Parting ways with Grayhound must have been quite the chapter to close for the team. Reminisce on the journey and give us some insight as to what the road was like with your former team”

DickStacy replied:

“Looking back, it was amazing. We came from absolutely nothing. Will (mistergrayhound) started the roster with the goal to become the best Australian team, and there were struggles at first, throughout the year he was going through roster changes with the previous lineups. Once he picked up Chris (dexter) and I came on board, we had the Gratisfaction roster for a while, that’s when it started to solidify and we started making movements.”

He added:

“It’s been a long journey, we’ve been overseas quite a lot of times, had quite a lot of losses, but we’ve learned from them and I feel like we’ve got a perfect balance now. We know what works, we know what doesn’t work and right now it’s just about building from there. It’s been a crazy journey, we’ve had a lot of fun. We experienced losses but came better out of it.”

“Does the team plan to move to North America in the future?”

Dickstacy said:

“We’ll be staying in Oceania, I feel like it’s just not in our interest to move overseas. We have quite a good system back in Australia, we believe that bootcamping before tournaments is much more functional and much healthier, especially mindset-wise.”

He continued:

“I feel like if you were to move overseas, leave your life behind, that would take quite a heavy toll on certain people, and individuals would react in different ways – you never know how it’s going to go. I feel like it’s important to have family and friends around because you have a life. We found this way to be more functional and in our best interests. We can work with this, and obviously it has been working. In recent times, we’ve had results where we’ve taken numbers off big teams, so it’s good.”

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