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CS:GO Player cajunb Reveals Why He Re-Joined The North



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René Borg, known as “cajunb” is a 29-year-old Danish CS:GO player who had played for top-tier teams like Cloud9, Team SoloMid, Astralis, Optic Gaming and more. Between 2017 and 2018, he had played for North. On 11 October, he decided to re-join the Team North.

On 21 October, during the interview with, cajunb revealed why he decided to re-join Team North.

“Can you tell me about joining up with OpTic after a quick break and how your short time there transpired into your departure to North?”

cajunb replied:

“First of all, I wanted to wait for the right offer to come. There weren’t that many offers before I joined OpTic. I wasn’t even supposed to join OpTic in the beginning, it was just that I had to stand in at the New York qualifier. Surprisingly, we won it and afterwards they wrote to me and asked if I wanted to join. And I did, of course, because, like I said in other interviews, at some point I really wanted to play with MSL again, even though people think we have a beef. We don’t. I think he’s a really good caller, I like his style of calling, so I was really happy about that offer overall.”

He added:

“North contacted me after DreamHack Masters Malmö and asked if I wanted to join. To be honest, I wanted to join North again, I was quite sure about it because I felt like they had a great foundation of players, they have players I like to play with, they have players who communicate really well, and that’s something I’ve been missing for a while, people having initiative, I missed that a lot. In this team, I can feel that everyone has it and I think that’s how a team should work, not one guy who is making every decision. I feel like we have five guys who can… I wouldn’t say do whatever we want, but when people have an idea, they can do it if it makes sense, of course.”

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