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Dignitas CS:GO Player GeT_RiGhT Explains Why They Failed At Road To Rio



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30-year-old legendary CS:GO player Christopher “GeT_RiGhT” Alesund has been playing under Dignitas jersey for over five months. Previously, he had been playing for Ninjas In Pyjamas since 2012.

GeT_RiGhT spoke in the recent interview with the Dignitas’ official website and unveiled why they got eliminated in the ESL One: Road To Rio. He stated that they couldn’t play as they did in the practice and said that they couldn’t finish the job in some of the matches.

Interviewer asked:

“You’ve also played the group stage of ESL One: Road to Rio, where unfortunately it didn’t go the way you wanted. Tell me about that tournament.”

GeT_RiGhT replied:

“I think that we screwed up a little bit at the beginning against Heretics, we felt that we had that game but somehow we managed to not play up to our level, at least comparing to practicing. We had a hard time in general, it felt like some of the games we’re really close to winning maps and some of them we could have even won the games…

We just couldn’t really finish the job, basically. but it was a long tournament, we learned a lot through every match played, it just feels like we could have played better in general. But we can’t focus too much on it, there’s two more of these stages and we need to qualify and play better in the next ones. Like I’ve already said, it’s one step at a time and we’ll see…”

Interviewer asked:

“Ignoring the match against NiP, the other ones were all rather close and could have gone either way, even the ones that ended up 0-2. What went wrong in those matches?”

GeT_RiGhT said:

“I think most of the matches were on ourselves, it felt like we had a foot into the game to actually take a lead or a map instead of losing them. We’ve played a lot of CS, people are getting a little bit, not burned out, but maybe it’s getting a bit ‘too much.’

Because of the coronavirus we can’t really be normal and see other people, which takes a toll on us especially because we’re much older, except hallzerk. There’s a lot of factors, of course we played good teams and could have gone either way, but at the same time when I think about the game, I think we could have done a lot better in some of them.

Against Heretics, ENCE, and even Complexity it feels we kind of threw the game, in a way. Nothing against them, they won and that’s the most important thing. But it was really frustrating for all of us, we couldn’t really play when it mattered the most. It just sucks in general when we think about those games but we learned a lot.”

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