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CS:GO Player HUNDEN Shares His Thoughts About The peacemaker



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28-year-old Danish CS:GO player Nicolai Petersen, known as “HUNDEN” has been playing for Mad Lions since 13 December 2019. Before that, he was playing for Tricked Esport. Also, he played for teams like SK Gaming, ALTERNATE aTTaX, Copenhagen Wolves and many more.

On 17 December, during the interview with the, he shared his opinion about their coach Luis¬†“peacemaker” Tadeu.

“You’re known to be the mastermind of your teams when it comes to tactical work, but now you have peacemaker on the team as well. How does the relationship work? How do you share the tactical approach to the game?”

HUNDEN replied:

“peacemaker is a really good guy. He has been our coach for the last two months, he asked to join us after V4 and we said yes. He has an amazing approach, he is creating new strats and building a new playbook for us, so we have two now. We have a lot of strats, a lot of things we can do, and I think it’s amazing to have a guy like him even though he doesn’t speak Danish. He still has a really good understanding of what’s happening, what we do wrong and what we do right every time.”

He added:

“All of the hate peacemaker is getting is not fair at all. There are always two sides to a story and I think no one has ever heard his story and all of the things that happened to him, so I don’t think it’s fair. The things he brings to the team are key and we can take the next step with him.” about their future:

“Talking about next steps, big things are coming in 2020. How does the future look for MAD Lions?”

HUNDEN said:

“The future is amazing, new leagues are coming and we’re going to play one of them. I can’t say much about it, but I think 2020 is going to be a huge year for us. The last part of this year was really, really hard for us. We attended a lot of tournaments and finals of lower-tier tournaments. We lost two out of three, so it was hard for us, but I think 2020 is going to be very good because we have a huge organization behind us that is going to bring a lot of people to help us, like a sports psychologist, so I’m very excited to see how far we can take this next year.”

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