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G2 Esports CS:GO Player nexa Talks About Their Loss Against FaZe: “I Guess Niko Wanted To Stay”

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Nemanja Isaković, known as “nexa,” is a 23-year-old Serbian CS:GO player who has been representing the G2 Esports brand for over a year. Before that, he had played for teams like CR4ZY, Valiance, and more. In his career, he earned around $190.000 from the events.

During the Upper Bracket match at DreamHack Open Fall 2020 between G2 Esports and FaZe Clan, Nikola “Niko” Kovac provided an amazing show with a huge rating and led his team to win against one of the strongest teams in Europe.

Furthermore, there was a rumor about a month ago that Niko is considering to join G2 Esports alongside his cousin, huNter. However, there is no official information about the situation. However, nexa wanted to touch upon this rumor.

After the match, nexa took to his official Twitter account to share his feelings about the matchup and mentioned how Niko played well by saying that he might want to stay on FaZe Clan instead of joining G2 Esports with this performance.

Here is what nexa wrote:

“Guess Niko really wanted to stay in FaZe, we lose 1-2 good game, well played.”

You can read the tweet below.

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