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EliGE Wants MR12 And Explains The Reason

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Jonathan Jablonowski, known as “EliGE,” is a 24-year-old American CS:GO player who has been playing for Team Liquid since 2015. In his career, he earned over $900 from the events that he attended.

For the last two years, CS:GO players have been experiencing mental health problems due to the tough schedule of the tournaments and matches. Recently, the community started to discuss the possibility of shortening the matches by lowering down the maximum amount of rounds.

EliGE spoke in a recent interview with BLAST Premier and shared his opinion about these problems of Counter-Strike, explaining why playing the maximum of 12 rounds would be a viable option for the players.

While EliGE was saying that Counter-Strike games are too long, he also pointed out that it is impossible to maintain your performance six hours straight. As EliGE said, there are no sports that have this kind of playtime.

Furthermore, the 24-year-old rifler touched upon the fact that CS:GO needs a change that shortens the length of the game such as MR12, which is the most obvious solution for this problem for EliGE.

EliGE on one of the biggest problems of CS:GO:

“I think that Counter-Strike games are too long. It’s kind of impossible to be playing at the very top of your game for six or seven hours straight. I don’t think there’s any sport in the world
that is that crazy.

I think that there should be some type of change that makes the game shorter whatever that’s MR12, which I think is the most obvious.”

You can check out the full interview below.

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