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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Reveals The Team’s Current Status

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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is a 22-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing for G2 Esports since August 2018. Before that, he was playing for PENTA Esports. In his career, he earned around $350.000 from the events.

A few days ago, during the recent interview with Siege.gg, Pengu revealed the G2’s current status and shared his opinion about their losses.

Siege.gg asked:

“So far, your Pro League season has been largely middle-of-the-road, much like your past two seasons. Could you shed some light on what seems to be the issues?”

Pengu replied:

“I think a lot of teams and casters say that we are “much worse” and “middle-of-the-road” as you mentioned, but despite all that, we were just one or two rounds off in most games to actually go from losing to winning — very small details that snowballed into our defeat.

The thing that always impresses me the most is that even when we are “so much worse than before”, we still manage to be a few rounds off making LAN (the Season 10 Finals in Japan) or being top of the pack (current Pro League season). I am happy that we haven’t fallen THAT far, at least in the standings, and I think it feels worse than it is.”

Siege.gg asked:

“Your team has an impressive support staff, with Shas, Sua, and Fresh all helping out. How do all these moving pieces work together?”

Here is what Pengu said:

“I can’t disclose too much on the internals of our operation, but generally Shas as our main “coach” does the banning (with preparation from Sua and Fresh of course). He is still the man behind us on the stage despite taking on more of a management role in the past seasons.

Sua and Fresh work more hand-in-hand with analysis and direction and all three combined deliver us our report on the weekly games.”

Click here to read the full interview.

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