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Renegades CS:GO Player Dexter Reveals The Differences Of Playing On LAN

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Chris Nong, known as “dexter,” is a 25-year-old Australian CS:GO player who has been representing Renegades for over two months. Before that, he was playing for Grayhound Gaming.

During the recent conversation with hltv.org, dexter stated that the LAN environment is really different and anything could happen in LAN tournaments.

Here is what dexter said:

“We learned that anything can happen on LAN, it’s a very different environment where people’s attitudes and personalities can be the determining factor.

Luckily for us, we’re angrier in scrims due to wanting to learn and perform, but we remain extremely chill and ready when it comes to LAN events and that’s where it really shows how a team’s culture can influence a win or loss.”

He added:

“A good system and support staff that’ll work at LAN events”

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