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Team Vitality CS:GO Player apEX: “6-Man Rosters Are The Future”

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Dan Madesclaire, known as “apEX,” is a 28-year-old French CS:GO player who has been playing for Team Vitality since October 2018. Previously, he was playing for G2 Esports, Team Envy, and more.

apEX spoke in a recent interview with hltv.org and talked about their situation on six-man rosters as well as revealing his opinion about the future rosters of the Counter-Strike.

While apEX was mentioning that they wanted to keep playing on six-man rosters, he also pointed out that there are lots of players who are uncomfortable with some of the maps and this is the reason why six-man rosters will be the future of the game.

Here is what apEX said:

“We would have three days to practice with a five-man roster for the RMR, which is really hard. It would be really hard to make it work in the long run, we thought about keeping a six-man roster and doing it, but I felt that it was impossible. It was obviously not my decision, but the staff’s decision.

We kind of invented the six-man roster, I mean, changing players in between maps. I think it’s the future because almost every player has a map where he doesn’t feel really comfortable. That happened with shox for a long time on Inferno.

When we added Nivera it was much easier, we solved the problem. It was pretty good for us, but unfortunately, we couldn’t continue with it.”

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