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Dignitas CS:GO Player friberg Shares His Thoughts About GuardiaN



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Adam “friberg” Friberg is a 28-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who has been playing under Dignitas jersey for over three months. Previously, he had played for teams like Ninjas In Pyjamas, Heroic, and Optic Gaming.

In the recent interview with Senior Writer for Dignitas, friberg shared his opinion about the latest stand-in for the team, Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovács. Also, he revealed the differences between GuardiaN and Håkon “hallzerk” Fjærli.

Senior Writer for Dignitas, Gonçalo “ghazz” Louro asked:

“How is the chemistry of the team working with GuardiaN so far?”

friberg replied:

“I think GuardiaN is doing a great job as a stand-in, I think that it’s basically us that need to adjust a little bit. hallzerk means a lot to us, the way he plays the game as an AWPer, he’s very aggressive. GuardiaN has a different playstyle, like an old-school AWPer – he likes to lock angles and take small peeks, where hallzerk is the “new-school” AWPer, he likes to jump around and just go ham.

But I think GuardiaN is doing a really great job. He also has a lot of input because he’s really experienced so we’re trying to get better and learn as much as we can from what he has to say, so I think the longer we play with GuardiaN the better so hopefully we can qualify for the Finals and go all the way here at FLASHPOINT.”

Gonçalo “ghazz” Louro asked:

“Since you now have to communicate in another language that’s not the usual Swedish, how much do you think that is impacting you so far in FLASHPOINT?”

friberg said:

“It is getting better, but I think it has a big impact on the way we play. I think the communication, when we speak in Swedish normally is what makes us really good and now having to shift a bit to English, it definitely halts us a little bit but then again we’re talking Swedish as soon as he dies or if we need to make a decision where he is not included we will call in

Swedish and then just quickly explain him the plan in English, so we have to work an extra bit for it, but considering the situation we’re in I’m super happy that GuardiaN could come to play with us.”

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