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CS:GO Player Steel Shares His Opinon About The TenZ and Cloud9 Drama

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29-year-old Canadian/British CS:GO player Joshua Nissan, known as “steel” had played for teams like iBUYPOWER, Torqued, GX, Ghost Gaming and more. On 22 October, he shared his opinion about Cloud9’s roster changes.

Tyson “TenZ” Ngo is an 18-year-old Canadian player who had joined Cloud9 on 2 July 2019. After a few months, Cloud9 benched TenZ and added Yassine “Subroza”‘ Taoufik.

steel said:

“If just ONE person doesn’t at least attempt to buy into a system, the system will fail and look like shit. I can’t speak for the system that daps is or isn’t creating but speaking as an IGL, it’s impossible to run a team if people won’t conform there should be concessions made by all parties on a team so that everyone feels comfy to an extent. The extent being that it doesn’t compromise the integrity of the overall structure of the team.”

He added:

“Something I’ve made a mistake of in the past is making too many concessions both as an individual and as an IGL with regards to my philosophy of how to approach the game”

steel continued:

“As an IGL, you should have a certain way you view the game and you should find players that want to subscribe to the same philosophy. Having perspective and talks will shape how you do things, but the overall philosophy remains intact.”

steel lastly said:

“Tenz had to go and that decision was a no-brainer. This is just one of many things that the general community doesn’t take into consideration with their “WHY DOESNT X TEAM PICK UP Y PLAYER” comments, or “Z TEAM SHOULD JUST STICK IT OUT / GIVE IT MORE TIME!!””

You can read his tweets below.

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