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Mousesports CS:GO Player chrisJ Reveals Their New Goal In 2020

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Christiaan Willem George de Jong, known as “chrisJ,” is a 29-year-old Dutch  CS:GO player who has been representing Mousesports for over six years. In his career, he earned over $500.000 from the events.

During the interview with hltv.org, chrisJ revealed the goal of Mousesports in 2020.

hltv.org asked:

“When we spoke with karrigan in Moscow, he revealed that when the current roster was assembled, you set the goal of achieving top five come the end of 2019. With your recent rise, have you adjusted your ambitions? What do you want to achieve by the end of 2020?”

chrisJ replied:

“I think our first goal is to get back to the level that we had at the end of last year. We won the first game here but judging from our practice and also from this match, I don’t think we’re playing as well as we did at Pro League, for example. We still have a lot of work to do to get back to where we were before. Then we can start thinking about the next step again.”

hltv.org asked:

“In the same interview, karrigan mentioned that both woxic and ropz had shown consistently good performances throughout the year, while you and frozen required some adjustments in order to really shine. From a personal perspective, how significant was the impact of this adjustment?”

chrisJ replied:

“I believe people think that in the previous mouz roster I was kind of in-game leading, but most of the time I was just entry-fragging. This is just something that suits my playstyle well, I feel really comfortable going in first and making these kinds of “yolo” risky plays that maybe some more conservative players wouldn’t like to make.”

He added:

“Previously, frozen was doing more of these things, and he’s one of the guys who would rather go in second or third, or play a semi-lurk role, not as hard as ropz is doing, but he’s doing his thing on the other side of the map based on the actions of his teammates, right? It just suits me and frozen way better and it showed at the end of last year.”

Click here to read the full interview.

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