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CS:GO Player NaToSaphiX On Karrigan: “I Will Never Stop Looking Up To Him”



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Niels Christian Mohr Sillassen, known as “NaToSaphiX,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who had played for teams like Heroic, Sprout, Nordavind, and many more. Also, he stood in for Complexity Gaming and Mousesports.

NaToSaphiX spoke in a recent interview with and talked about his career as well as the time when he stood in for both Mousesports and Complexity Gaming.

In the conversation, NaToSaphix praised the talent of Karrigan by saying that he will never stop looking up to him because he is such a great in-game leader. Also, he mentioned that he needs to write a book if he wants to talk about Karrigan and showed how a great player he is.

Interviewer asked:

“You have stood in for teams such as mousesports and Complexity in the past, do these appearances keep you motivated and hungry to compete at the top again? How valuable are these experiences to you?”

NaToSaphiX replied:

“I think they gave me different things. I think the mousesports episode was like a dream come true. I still can’t really believe we won that tournament [cs_summit 5].

Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to practice before the event, as mousesports had a very busy schedule, which led to me not learning as much as I feel I could have. I think the main thing I learned from my experience in L.A. was what separates a good IGL from a great IGL.

Karrigan is really a guy I will never stop looking up to. I could probably write a whole book about how it was to play in the same team as that man, even for just five days or so.

All things considered, I probably only really got some experience, exposure and money. There was not enough time for me to evolve at a single event. I asked karrigan for feedback after the event but he didn’t have much to give, seeing as we had played for only such a short while. An opportunity missed.”

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