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G2 Esports CS:GO Player huNter: “KennyS Didn’t Play That Badly At All”



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Nemanja Kovač, known as “huNter,” is a 25-year-old Bosnian CS:GO player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over one and a half years. Before that, he was playing for Valiance and CR4ZY.

As you might recall, G2 Esports decided to bench JaCkZ after the addition of Niko. And following the bad results this year, the organization brought back JaCkZ as they benched iconic player KennyS.

huNter spoke in a recent interview with and talked about the reason why they decided to bench KennyS. He revealed that it wasn’t all about the individual performance of the French AWP player.

In the conversation, huNter mentioned that KennyS’ individual performance wasn’t really bad at all and said that he was working so hard at the same time. However, their staff thought wanted to continue with a different player profile for their new system and that’s why Kenny was benched.

Interviewer asked:

“How much did the results have to do with the lineup changes you made and how much of a factor was kennyS’ individual slump? Can you explain what made the team bench kennyS and bring back JaCkz?”

huNter replied:

“We are playing to win and, of course, results are important, especially when you are playing for G2 Esports. You need to feel pressure if you don’t get good results. But I think we didn’t play that badly at the beginning of this year.

We lost to Astralis in the BLAST Global Finals in a really unlucky match and then to NAVI, and those two teams played the final just a few days after. A little while later, at IEM Katowice, we lost against Gambit, who won the event.”

He added:

“We showed some good CS at times, but not enough for what we wanted to achieve. Kenny didn’t play that badly at all, he was working a lot and wasn’t the main reason for our performances, I would say.

Our staff thought that our system would be more balanced with a player with a different profile, and that’s why JaCkz got back into the team after Katowice. He is a really good guy, and I’m happy to have him back as much as I am sad for Kenny, but that’s how competition works, the team goes first.”

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