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FaZe Clan CS:GO Player Olofmeister Reveals Why He Failed At The Pro League Finals



One of the most all-around players in CS:GO scene is Olof Kajbjer Gustafsson, known as “Olofmeister” who has been playing for FaZe Clan since August 2017. Before that, he created his own reputation with Fnatic between 2014-2017. In his career, he earned over $800.000 from the tournaments.

On 11 December, during the interview with, he revealed why he failed at the ESL Pro League Finals.

“Since your win in Copenhagen, you came third-fourth at IEM Beijing and went out in the group stage in Pro League last week. How is the team feeling about these two results?”

Olofmeister replied:

“In Beijing, at the start we were pleased with our result because we beat Evil Geniuses and we were doing pretty well. And then we faced Astralis and… I don’t even know what happened, I don’t think anyone really knows what happened (laughs). We got destroyed, basically. We didn’t get into our game at all and they just wrecked us.”

Olof continued:

“Going into Odense, we had higher goals than going out that quickly, but I think the game against MIBR especially affected us a lot. We thought, and we still think that we had that game. We made some stupid mistakes. We lost a super-important round where I f**cked up, when FalleN had a Scout in mid on Mirage, I let go of an angle for one second and then with that he got NiKo and wrecked everyone else with the Scout, that was just a bad timing and we lost 13-16 off that I think. And when we played 100 Thieves, I think that’s a hard game no matter what, but I think we could have done better. Lately, they’ve been showing they’re a really good team, so yeah, I think the MIBR game is something we should have won and I think that affected us in a lot of ways.”

“You had been looking in better shape throughout the second part of the season, but Odense clearly wasn’t going well for you individually, what happened?”

Olofmeister said:

“I don’t know man, I couldn’t hit a bus if I wanted to. I don’t know what to say, it was just one of those events where it didn’t feel right anywhere. I couldn’t hit easy shots, the confidence wasn’t there. It’s hard to say why, but it was a really tough event for me, and I know that. Hopefully, I can play better here.”

Click here to read the full interview.