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FaZe Clan CS:GO Player broky Reveals Why He Is Playing Better Now

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19-year-old Latvian CS:GO player Helvijs Saukants, known as “broky,” has been representing FaZe Clan for over five months. Before that, he was playing for Epsilon Esports. In his career, he earned around $100.000 from the tournaments that he played.

A few days ago, during the recent interview with hltv.org, broky has revealed why he is playing better now. In the statement, he said that he feels much more comfortable with his new role.

hltv.org asked:

“I first wanted to touch on the adaptation to the AWP that you’ve had over the past couple of months, tell me about how that process has gone from your perspective.”

broky replied:

“I started playing with the AWP only after the Katowice qualifier, so it’s only been about a month or a month and a half so far. I hadn’t really played mainly with the AWP in teams before, I only played it in FACEIT, in FPL or something, but I think I’m doing well so far.”

hltv.org:

“Well, the stats show you’ve been doing really well, actually, where does that comfort come from?”

broky said:

“I think I’m better when I’m going with the group, so that’s what’s showing. When I have the AWP and I’m going with the group, we are doing better. For example, when I was lurking, it wasn’t a role for me, so I guess that’s the reason I’m showing better stats.”

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