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Famous CS:GO Player Hazed Proposes Voting About His Departure From Mythic



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29 year old American riffler James “Hazed” Cobb, had player for Optic Gaming, Counter Logic Gaming 2015-2017. After that, he joined the stream team Mythic on 4 February 2018. Lately, Hazed‘s passion to the CS:GO took over him and he started to being mad, yelling etc. on stream. Mythic fans was unconfortable for his interact with team and Hazed noticed that. And Hazed proposed a vote for Mythic fans to decide do they want Hazed stayed on Mythic. Following result will effect Hazed destiny.

Hazed said:

“Lately ive noticed a lot of long time viewers/subs who have been unhappy with the way interact with my team when we play. I can see why they do not like the way i conduct myself within the team during matches. I have been unhappy, rude and dismissive within the team for some time now. But i dont see the game the way you do. I dont play the game the way you do. Counter Strike isnt something that is just for fun to me. Its something ive known for half of my life. I pursued my passion at trying to be the best at a game before there was even money involved and that passion will always be apart of me. That drive to win… to succeed not only as an individual, but also as a team. This means im just as hard on my teammates as i am on myself. Anyone who has watched my streams during matches knows the second i make a mistake because i call myself an idiot, stupid, ect. I dont talk like that to my teammates but im not afraid to tell them what i think is right. We dont always have to agree, but without an open dialogue, you can not improve and i expect the same in return from my teammates. And unfortunately for my teammates and viewers, becoming the IGL has only compounded the issues. Ive just been very unhappy, not just from the team but also in my personal life, and it shows.”

“This leads me to the reason for this post. I want to know what the mythic community thinks. I propose a vote. If yall dont want me in mythic, i understand. Ive given my word to fl0m that i would stick with team for as long as they want me in the team. But i need to know what the community thinks. If people dont enjoy my presence, then that needs to be taken into account.”

His teammate from Mythic Adam “Polen” Polen said:

“Please dont leave, ive enjoyed playing with you every single day and regardless of what the community thinks, I have been blessed to be on the same team and even friends with you. Never change who you are and we can work on the igl thing with others taking the helm if needed.”

Hazed replied:

“Thanks bud. Im too hard on you and im sorry for that.”


“Dont be sorry, you have definitely made me a better player by being a more blunt.”

For now, there is almost 4000 votes for him to stay on Mythic and almost 1000 votes for leave. You can read Hazed’s statement from here and you can check the tweets below.



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