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Fnatic CS:GO Player JW Explains The Problem Of The Six-Player Rosters



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Jesper Wecksell, known as “JW,” is a 25-year-old CS:GO player who has been playing under Fnatic jersey for over six years. In between 2016-2017, the JW joined GODSENT and returned to Fnatic once again.

In May 2020, the best team in the world, Astralis, announced that Xyp9x and Gla1ve took a break from the active roster due to the burnout problems. Afterward, they announced the signings of es3tag and Bubzkji as well as the seven-man roster.

However, es3tag recently joined Cloud9 with a huge amount of money after shining in the recent tournaments. Following this news, JW took to his official Twitter account to explain why six-man rosters won’t work for the game.

In the tweet, JW mentioned that the main passion of the players is competing in the server and pointed out that you have more chance to compete in the main/starting lineup. Because of that, players will choose to play in a good team as a starting player instead of being a backup player for a great team.

Here is what JW wrote:

“This kind of highlights one of the big problems with 6+ man rosters to me. Why be a ‘backup player’ for a great team when you can get to be a starting player for a really good team?

The main passion we all have is competing and you get to compete more in a starting lineup, no?”

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