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Team North CS:GO Player aizy Reveals Why He Doesn’t Understand The People



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Philip Aistrup Larsen, known as “aizy” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing for Team North since February 2017. Before that, he was playing for FaZe Clan and G2 Esports. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the events that he attended.

On 13 December, during the interview with, aizy said that people are expecting them to play on the top level and he doesn’t understand this.

“Results haven’t been great for North for some time, which has led to negativity on social media. At this point it has been going on for a while – how does the team deal with this?

aizy replied:

“You learn to block it out, and if you can’t it’s just going to affect you mentally too much and bring you down. We’re getting a lot of hate right now, and I get why, but it’s never easy to be the hated team or to get so much backlash. People are expecting a lot from us, though I don’t know why because we are pretty low in the rankings and haven’t had good results in a while.”

He added:

“But to answer your question, you can’t do much other than block it out. You can’t really answer back, there’s no point.”

“The team has DreamHack Sevilla to look forward to now. What’s the approach to the event and has the team set any expectations for it?”

aizy said:

“We’re going to go home and look at our games from here to see what went wrong and work hard on fixing issues. It’s limited how much we can do with practice, but the expectation, at least mine, is to win it. If we want to gain some confidence before the break, it’s now, and I think it’s a good opportunity to at least start to crawl back into the top 10; winning will not be enough, but it would be a good start.”

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