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Evil Geniuses CS:GO Coach zews Reveals His Opinion About Ethan: “He’s A Really Cool Guy!”



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Wilton Prado, known as “zews,” is a 32-year-old Brazilian CS:GO coach who had worked for teams like MIBR, SK Gaming, Team Liquid, and many more. Since April 2020, he has been coaching for Evil Geniuses.

During the recent interview with, zews shared his opinion about one of the most underrated players in the world, Ethan “Ethan” Arnold.

In the conversation, zews mentioned that he didn’t really know Ethan before joining Evil Geniuses and praised his character by saying that he is a really cool guy. But the things about Ethan he heard of was always a good person and a player.

Furthermore, zews stated that Ethan is a complete player who can look for unique smokes and add his own touch into the game. He said that Ethan is playing greater than before because he has lots of freedom compared to the past. asked:

“Ethan has truly flourished since you took over as coach, showing on a regular basis the level of form that used to be intermittent. What is the secret behind this?”

zews said:

“I had little contact with Ethan before this. He has his own way but he’s a really cool guy. I didn’t know what he was like because he’s not one to draw attention to himself, but people had told me that his communication was great and he always did everything well. I have been positively surprised by him, he is a complete player.

Like stanislaw described to me, he is a captain’s best friend, he is the guy who will go out and try to help set up the smoke, for example. When the atmosphere is good, people have more freedom to try to add their own touch, to do things their way, and I believe that is why he has been playing this well, because he is a great player.”

He added:

“I believe he is comfortable now and things are going his way, so perhaps that is why his performances have been better, because he knows everything that is happening [around him]. His ideas are also flowing and everyone is on the same page.

I think he is more aware of his surroundings and that can be seen in his game and in the team’s game. I think everyone is more loose, confident and on the same page. We are in control when it comes to making decisions, we don’t let the game come to us.”

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