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Veteran CS:GO Player Zeus Explains Why He Is Retired

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Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko is a 31-year-old veteran CS:GO player and in-game leader. He had played for top-tier teams like Natus Vincere and Gambit Esports. On 14 September, he retired from the competitive CS:GO scene after he played on Blast Pro Series: Moscow. On 11 September, Zeus posted a video on Youtube and said that he felt lost after their failure in the StarLadder Berlin Major, he felt lost and this might be the reason why he announced his retirement too early.

Zeus said:

“We practiced a lot for the Major and everything was supposed to go well, but as a player I felt lost. I did not give my 100% to the game. Usually, I coordinate the team, I cheer the guys up, I scream, I tell the guys not to give up. I did not have full energy or confidence. I felt it during the Major.”

Zeus added:

“To be honest, I was not thinking about leaving the team after the Major. I wanted to play until the end of the year at least as we have a lot of tournaments. But I think I have made the right decision.”

You can watch the video below.

 

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