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G2 Esports CS:GO Player Nexa Reveals The Problem He Had With JaCkz



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Nemanja Isaković, known as “Nexa,” is a 23-year-old Serbian CS:GO player who has been playing for G2 Esports since September 2019. Before that, he had played for CR4ZY and Valiance.

Nexa spoke in a recent interview with hltv and talked about why they needed to change the roster earlier this year as well as revealing the problem of Audric “JaCkz” Jug, their performance in Blast event, and many more.

In the conversation, Nexa stated that the team had already reached out to its peak at the beginning of 2020 and said that they were going downwards since then. Also, he stated that JaCkz wasn’t improving his English so the communication problem was becoming huge for the roster.

Here is what Nexa said when asked why they decided to make roster changes:

“I would say we pushed the team to its limits and I think we reached out our peak at the beginning of 2020 basically. Since then, we were going like on a downward spiral and there were lots of issues we had in the team.

The main one was for me was JaCkz was not really improving his English and it was very difficult for him to communicate with us.

Playing in the tier one level and having your entry fragger and one of the main guys in your team not really understand what you are calling and saying… Not being able to communicate properly was definitely a big issue.”

You can check out the full interview below.

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