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Team Liquid CS:GO Player Stewie2k Explains Moses’ Addition: “We Needed A Bad Guy”

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Jacky Yip, known as “Stewie2k,” is a 22-year-old American CS:GO player who has been playing under Team Liquid jersey for over one and a half years. Previously, he had played for Cloud9, MIBR, and more.

In the post-match interview with hltv.org, Stewie2k explained the reason why they parted ways with Eric “adreN” Hoag and added Jason “Moses” O’Toole as a coach.

Stewie2k revealed the differences between adreN and Moses, and he stated that they didn’t feel like the team needed a strategic coach like adreN, and this is one of the reasons why they parted ways with him.

Also, Stewie2k said that the team needed a person who is not afraid to point people out for the mistakes and be the bad guy on the team. Because of that, they agreed with Moses to be the coach of the roster.

Here is what Stewie2k said:

“I think one of the main reasons we picked up Moses was just because AdreN, for us, was a more strategic coach, and we felt like we didn’t really need a strategic coach. We needed someone to not be afraid to point people out, make sure they are accountable for their actions, kinda be the bad guy on the team.

I was just figuring out what is best for us, what we need from a coach, and I think Moses fits in because he is NA’s #1 cheerleader and really mature too, he knows what he is talking about.”

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