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CS:GO Player Steel Explains Why He Wants His Teammates Living In The Same House

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30-year-old veteran CS:GO player Joshua Nissan, known as “steel,” has been representing Chaos Esports Club for over three months. Before that, he had played for teams like Ghost Gaming, GX, Torqued and many more.

A few days ago, after Maxim “wippie” Shepelev left the team, wippie said that they part ways with him because he can’t join the gaming house. For that reason, steel explained why he wants his teammates living in the same house.

Here is what wippie wrote:

“Not playing for @ChaosEC anymore, so now I am a free agent, I was told that the team decided not to continue playing with me, since I could not move to a teamhouse due to my studies. Gonna grind FPL and start streaming as well soon. DM me on twitter for offers. :)”

A fan named Sesh replied:

“@JoshNissan Why would you require living in a team house? In the long run that’s a bad decision. The team atmosphere will je toxic because everybody spent 24/7 of their time together.”

steel replied:

“I like to have all 5 players of a team in one king sized bed every night so we can give each other reach arounds as a form of bonding and stress relief. But thanks for the concern”

You can check his tweet below.

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