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GODSENT CS:GO Player Maikelele Unveils Their Biggest Weaknesses



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Mikail Bill, known as “Maikelele,” is a 28-year-old Swedish CS:GO player who had played for teams like G2 Esports, FaZe Clan, SK Gaming, SMASH Esports and many more. Since November 2019, he has been representing GODSENT.

This week, during the recent interview with, Maikelele unveiled their biggest weaknesses as a team and said that anti-eco’s is a really big issue. asked:

“Before the player break, you had some solid results at DreamHack Winter and DreamHack Sevilla. How did the team pick up the pace towards the end of the year?”

Maikelele replied:

“I think when we created the team and brought in our last player, Maden, the atmosphere became really good. That’s the biggest reason why we’re trying to improve and we’ve been playing well. We traveled to the tournament in Kiev (WePlay! Forge of Masters Season 2), where we won our first LAN together. We didn’t lose a single map, which felt awesome. After that, we got a higher world ranking and were invited to those DreamHack Open tournaments, which was amazing. Unfortunately, we couldn’t win either, but I think we got a pretty decent result by getting to the playoffs.” asked:

“You had a two-week bootcamp coming into ICE. What did the team work on in this time?”

Maikelele said:

“Yeah, we had a two-week bootcamp after the Christmas break. We had no practice together before that, so we decided to have the bootcamp to prepare for this event. It was mostly focused on improving our individual level after the break, but we also worked on our weakness, which has been anti-ecos. We’re trying to work on them, and I think we have been doing a pretty good job, but time will tell if it’s perfect now or not.”

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