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Pobelter Says He Cried Before The Last Match He Played For CLG



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Eugene Park, known as “Pobelter,” is a 24-year-old American League Of Legends player who had been playing for Counter Logic Gaming since February 2020. Previously, he had played for Team Liquid, Evil Geniuses, and more.

Counter Logic Gaming was hopeful that they would make it to the playoffs for this season, especially after the addition of Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen who seemed like a great duo with their mid laner Pobelter on paper.

However, Counter Logic Gaming are sitting at the bottom of the standings right now. Therefore, the organization decided to add Tanner “Damonte” Damonte to the mid lane last week but didn’t share any farewell message for Pobelter.

Following such a disrespectful behavior, even the legendary player Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng criticized Counter Logic Gaming for not paying any respect to Pobelter, who has been representing the organization for over a year.

“Pobelter… You’re like a brother to this org… We want to treat you with respect. Anyway, I hope you’re doing well,” Doublelift wrote. “Just kidding, it’s still Tanner you fucking gullible idiot LMFAO. Anyway, the gym awaits, see ya man good talk.”

Yesterday, Pobelter shared his feelings and opinions about the dynamics inside the team and said that the team environment has become way too negative that it becomes impossible to play with full confidence.

While Pobelter was saying that nobody could perform under those circumstances, he also revealed that he cried before the last match he played for CLG because he felt increasingly sheer misery over the past few weeks. Also, he pointed out that he has never felt this way in his whole career.

Pobelter said:

“That was painful to watch, I know for sure the players on CLG are way better than that. I think the team environment became WAY too negative and doomed, super super high pressure and I don’t think anyone can succeed or play with confidence under those circumstances.

The morning before the last match I played for CLG, I broke down crying in front of my coach because I just felt increasingly sheer misery over the past few weeks. It just felt like nothing at all was going right. I had never felt that way in 7+ years as an LCS pro.”

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