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karrigan Explains How He Improved His Individual Performance



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Finn Andersen, known as “karrigan,” is a 31-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing for FaZe Clan since February 2021. Previously, he was playing for Mousesports, FaZe Clan, and Astralis.

Even though FaZe Clan couldn’t get a spot for the major in the Legends stage immediately, they found a way to enter the PGL Major Stockholm 2021 through the Challengers stage, which they performed really well.

While the matches goes on, karrigan spoke in a recent interview with and talked about their expectations for the tournament, how he managed to keep a great individual form, and many more.

Despite the fact that karrigan is one of the best in-game leaders in the world, he was also criticized for lacking in terms of individual performance in his career. However, he has been performing pretty decently since his return to FaZe Clan.

In the conversation, the veteran player revealed the key factors of how he managed to put some great statistics. As karrigan said, he put one to two hours on my individual level besides his regular tactical side of practices.

Furthermore, karrigan pointed out that FaZe Clan has an analyst and a coach now that can help him to build new strategies or correct the mistakes, which helps him to work on his individual level as well.

karrigan talked about his individual performance in the interview:

“Coming into FaZe back in January I sat down with my girlfriend who is studying to become a sports psychologist and we put together some goals for the year and how I should work individually.

Basically, what I’ve done, is put in one to two hours on my individual level, rewatching games or how I can improve my calling, and I decided that if I wanted to become a better in-game leader I also needed to work on my individual level and not try to be on top of the meta constantly.

And now we have an analyst and a coach that can guide me if I’m doing something wrong, so I’m having that space to finally focus on myself.

The Challengers Stage has been really good for me individually, and there will be good and bad games, but I feel more comfortable and I had good timings, so having more crisp aim can help me turn the round around. So yeah, for now it worked out and I’m working hard on myself every day.”

Later in the conversation, karrigan also talked about the addition of their new coaching staff member, Viacheslav “innersh1ne” Britvin, and explained what he brings to the table for the team right now.

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