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CS:GO Player GeT_RiGhT Reveals What Changed After He Left Ninjas In Pyjamas



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29-year-old Swedish CS:GO player Christopher Alesund, known as “GeT_RiGhT” had been playing for Ninjas In Pyjamas since the start of his CS:GO career in 2012. On 26 September 2019, he decided to step down from the team.

On 10 December, during the interview with, he revealed what changed after he stepped down from the scene and he explained how much this decision affected his life.

“What have you been up to since you stopped playing for NiP? You were in North America for a few weeks, but what was the deal with GeT_RiGhT for the last couple of months?”

GeT_RiGhT said:

“Ever since I left the team I felt kind of lost, to be honest. I was thinking if I fought hard enough to stay in the team and if quitting the team was the correct decision. I was feeling uncertain about my future. The situation [within NiP], I think all of the players, including myself, we were in kind of a bad loop, no one knew what was happening with me.”

He continued:

“Going back to when the first news came out, I got to know maybe two weeks before the official news, and I was fine with it from the beginning. I accepted to play Cologne and the Major and then eventually it became a little bit more and sometimes it felt like I’m staying, sometimes it felt like I’m not staying – it was a bad period. And I think it was on me and on everyone. It was kind of a weird situation, looking back at it I understand why I was also kind of angry at the whole situation because I felt lost as a person and as a player but I can’t really judge them.”

GeT_RiGhT added:

“I feel that other people, who weren’t in the team, were also judging the players in the team because dennis got cut at the same time when I was informed my spot was not safe. It was just a very weird situation, also with dennis, I don’t know what happened to him, just that the same day I got the call he was also cut. I got to extend my stay a little bit, but I was also asked if I could play in those tournaments and I said yes, “whatever you guys need I’ll do it”. But after the two tournaments, I believe I should’ve probably left because the team was in the position that they needed another player instead of me and I felt like I didn’t belong there anymore, in a way. So there was a lot of mixed emotions, my anger with the situation, sadness that I had been playing in NiP for so long, but also, I was eager to move on. Nothing is going to be there forever.”

He lastly said:

“It is still a little bit sad because I haven’t talked about it and I haven’t really thought about it in a long time, at least in the two months now since I haven’t been playing with the team anymore. But the break itself has been very good for me, it helped me a lot on a lot of levels.”

Click here to read the full interview.

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