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Team Liquid’s EliGE Details The Biggest Challenge They Have In Major



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Jonathan David Jablonowski, known as “EliGE,” is a 24-year-old American CS:GO player who has been playing for Team Liquid since March 2015. In his career, he earned over $1.000.000 from the events.

Team Liquid and EliGE have been competing at the biggest tournament people have seen in the Counter-Strike scene for the last two years, PGL Major Stockholm 2021, and during the tournament, he spoke in a recent interview with hltv.

In the conversation, EliGE talked about how they are going to perform in the tournament, the missing of their coach Eric “adreN” Hoag who left due to family matter, and their biggest problem in the event.

The experienced rifler pointed out that the players in the roster have the same point of view about the game and how they will execute the plans outside of the game. However, things are getting complicated when it comes to the in-game.

According to EliGE, there is still a bit of a disconnect between the players in-game because when a person wanted to call something, another one wants to adjust the strategy in a different way, which sometimes doesn’t work and made them look silly.

Moreover, EliGE mentioned that they haven’t figured out how to fix this problem yet and revealed that this is the biggest problem they will face in the major if they want to win the trophy in the end.

EliGE talked about their biggest challenge in the interview:

“In terms of outside of the game stuff we’re all pretty on point regarding what we think if we go over a game plan, everyone’s on the same page.

But I feel like in the game there still isn’t a definitive flow to each round, a lot of times one person will say something and another person will make a slight adjustment to it but then doesn’t complete the whole picture so it gets messed up and we end up looking pretty silly.

There’s still a bit of a disconnect between us in the game and we really haven’t figure out something to fix that, to be completely honest, I think that’s our big challenge to be able to win here.”

Later in the talk, the veteran player also talked about his teammate Michael “Grim” Wince, who is experiencing his first major tournament, and explained if he has been feeling any pressure or not.

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