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Former G2 Esports CS:GO Player bodyy Explains How It Feels Like To Re-Join LDLC



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Alexandre Pianaro, known as “bodyy,” is a 23-year-old French CS:GO player who had been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over three years. In June 2019, he left the roster after his contract ends.

After joining Team LDLC on June 1, 2020, bodyy spoke in the interview with and revealed how it feels to joining back to his old team. He stated that it feels great to play under the same organization after a while, and he is so excited to play at the competitive level again. asked:

“You’re returning to LDLC, the organization in which you first piqued interest on an international level, although the team is completely different. How do you feel about it now?”

bodyy replied:

“It feels great to return to LDLC, my home back in the day, and to see how big the organization has become since 2016. It feels like going back home because I know the people working there and they trust me 100%. They have also seen my evolution as a player and a person since I was 19 years old, when I left them, although I’m a whole different person and player now!” asked:

“Why did you choose to join this team in particular? Did you receive offers from other teams in the past year? How easy or hard of a decision was it for you to join LDLC?”

bodyy said:

“I had some talks with the people in charge of LDLC before joining them and I felt that the way they talked to me about the project, it matches what I’m looking for in a team. It’s a great opportunity to return to the scene and grind my way back to the top level.

I had many offers from LDLC and Heretics during the past year, but I declined them to be able to fully discover the potential of my project, which I truly believed in. I still thank them for the trust and the interest they showed in me at the time, but I didn’t want to give up on my project until I could see how far we could go.”

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