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CS:GO Player Dennis Reveals One Of The Most Demotivating Things In The Game

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29-year-old experienced Swedish CS:GO player Dennis Edman, known as “Dennis,” had been representing Team GamerLegion for over seven months. On March 20, 2020, he parted ways with the roster. Before that, he had played for Ninjas In Pyjamas.

During the recent interview with hltv.org, Dennis revealed one of the most demotivating things in the game. Dennis stated that being stuck on a lower level you feel you don’t belong at is affecting your mindset poorly.

Here is what Dennis said:

“Every day I’ve been telling my close ones that I want to get back to tier 1 and go to tournaments again. I think the root of the problem is pretty simple: you’re stuck on a level you feel you don’t belong at. That’s highly demotivating.”

He continued:

“I don’t really have any preferences, I just want to go to a team with high ambitions and quality players.

I want to compete against the best with like-minded players. I’ll gladly take on being an in-game leader or an entry fragger, those two roles are the ‘toughest’ because you can’t be selfish in-game, but any role works. I’ll do what’s best for the team.”

Click here to read the full interview.

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