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CS:GO Player Innocent Leaves MAD Lions – Here Is The Statement



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Paweł Mocek, known as “Innocent,” is a 26-year-old Polish CS:GO player who had been playing for MAD Lions since August 2020. Before that, he had played for teams like Sprout, Tempo Storm, and more.

Innocent took to his official Twitter account to announce his departure from MAD Lions CS:GO team while explaining the reason behind it.

In the twit longer post, Innocent mentioned how much they improved with the team in a short period and how a great experience to play with his teammates. Even though they were doing good recently, Innocent stated that his departure would have come eventuality.

Innocent explained himself by saying that he is so lucky to have a chance to play with four Danish players, but he knew that they will most likely want to return to the Danish roster in the end and said that you can feel something was wrong inside the roster.

Here is what Innocent wrote:

“Hey! Replying to the recent rumors about changes in the team I announce that from today I won’t be in Mad Lions active roster.

It didn’t take too long for us to play together, but I still think I’ve made a correct decision joining them & being able to compete against better teams and prove myself a bit more. I honestly consider my time there as a decent job and a nice learning experience.

I’ve played mostly new spots for me, put a lot of my time to learn and understand them and it’s leaving me with another small bag of experience going further. It’s a bit shame we couldn’t get it a bit longer, cause honestly last week(s) of this team was much better as a team, and for me personally, I’ve finally felt a lot room for myself and played significantly better, leaves me a bit sad I couldn’t present it in future official games.”

He continued:

“I don’t see myself leaving as a big let down, it was actually a big surprise for me to get an opportunity to join 4 Danes, and I was pretty aware that sooner or later the team will either turn more international or go back to Danish as a result of theirs or mine decision, it’s for sure not healthy in the long run.

I’d like to thank all of my teammates, Luis, MusambaN1 and MAD Lions for the time we spent together and wish you success in anything you do next.”

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