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Natus Vincere CS:GO Player Boombl4 Explains What He Learned From Zeus



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Kirill “Boombl4” Mikhailov is a 21-year-old Russian CS:GO player who has been playing under Natus Vincere jersey for over one year. In his career, he earned around $150.000 from the events that he attended.

Boombl4 spoke in the interview with and revealed what he learned from the legendary player Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko, who retired in April 2019.

In the conversation, Boombl4 stated that Zeus was an extraordinary in-game leader that you can always rely on him. Also, he said that tried to analyze his calls and decision-making and paid attention to what Zeus doing during the matches.

Interviewer asked:

“Did Zeus ever get to transfer his in-game knowledge to you?”

Boombl4 replied:

“Playing with Danya gave me a lot. I don’t usually try to copy players; I do my best to take their best aspects and adapt them to my own gameplay. I have people that I look up to, but I don’t want to be similar to them. I want to create my own comprehension and my own style of play.

Danya is an exceptional leader and captain, he has a certain resilience in that you can always rely on him. I didn’t always understand why he made calls the way he did, as he didn’t explain the logic behind his thoughts. Instead, I tried to analyse his calls and decision-making myself. I didn’t receive any education per se; I just paid attention to his actions and calls.”

Interviewer asked:

“Who helped you adapt to NAVI the most?”

Boombl4 said:

“electronic helped me out the most. He would always tell me when to peek and when not to, he told me where to look and where I should use grenades. He taught me the basics to ensure I became a stable player. In any case, every single player contributed to my development, but Denis did the most.”

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