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CS:GO Player Malta Reveals If Renegades Will Be In Top 20 Again Or Not



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Liam Schembri, known as “Malta,” is a 24-year-old Australian CS:GO player who has been playing under Renegades for over seven months. Previously, he was playing for Grayhound Gaming.

Malta spoke in the interview with hltv and revealed his opinion about if they will be back on top again or not.

In the interview, Malta stated that they need a bootcamp after the coronavirus outbreak ends to see what is the meta right now and what the other teams are doing. Also, he said that he has confidence that they will bounce back to where they were before.

Interviewer asked:

“It seemed like the team was content with living in Australia while bootcamping and competing abroad, but is a move to North America or Europe something you are reconsidering now?”

Malta said:

“Aw man, I love 99% of the places we visit in our travels but nothing compares to home, Australia really is a perfect place to live, the lifestyle here is something none of us were willing to give up on just yet. Maybe this year is enough motivation to make the move eventually, who knows. I think there are a few European countries I could live in for a while…”

Interviewer asked:

“While your team was obviously handed one of the worst deals during the coronavirus pandemic, are there positives to look at moving forward? This lineup has shown promise in what you managed to play, will Renegades be a top20 team again when the pandemic is behind us?”

Malta replied:

“I mean AU FPL is popping off during the player break so that’s a positive, getting to play with some of the younger talent in the scene has been a nice change, usually when I’m home it’s not playing the game so I don’t have this opportunity.

I believe we’ll bounce back to where we were, we definitely need a bootcamp to check in on the meta and see what all the Euro teams are up to. We know how to practice while we’re over there and how to get the most out of it, so I’m confident we’ve just pressed the pause button for this year and we’ll play from where we left off in 2021.”

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