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Mousesports’ Bymas Explains Why It Is So Hard To Go To School And Play CS:GO

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Aurimas Pipiras, known as “Bymas,” is a 17-year-old Lithuanian CS:GO player who has been representing Mousesports for over a month. Before that, he was playing as a stand-in for FaZe Clan since May 2020.

Bymas took to his official Twitter account to share his thoughts about his schedule and showed how hard to became a professional esports player.

In the twee, Bymas stated that he is awakened from 7 am to 2 am in every day and mentioned the difficulty of being a student and a professional player. According to his statement, Bymas is waking up at 7 am to go to school and arriving home at 3 pm. Afterward, he is playing CS for eight hours and ended up sleeping at 2 am.

Here is what Bymas said:

“Awake since 7 am this is fucking torture, sorry. And I’m not blaming or crying to anyone, just saying that it is very hard to perform and focus when you’re waking up for school at 7 am, home at 15, and then playing 8 hours full-focus nonstop CS, which ended at 2 am my time. School + CS is hard.”

Natus Vincere player s1mple replied:

“Had same in 2014, wake up at 7:30, school till 15 then bootcamp in Cyber Arena from 17 till 3 am (24/7), just because of FPL I learned English and this gave me the opportunity to sleep 45 minutes on my favorite lesson, good luck.”

Bymas wrote:

“When I joined FPL, I would nap after school from 16 to 20-21 when FPL started so I could grind FPLtill 4 am and then wake up 7:30 for school 😀 FPLaddiction.”

You can read the tweets below.

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