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Esports’s YEKINDAR Explains The Addition Of FL1T



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Mareks Gaļinskis, known as “YEKINDAR,” is a 22-year-old Latvian CS:GO player who has been playing under jersey for over a year. Previously, he was representing pro100 and EPG.

After playing their first matches at PGL Major Stockholm 2021, YEKINDAR spoke in an interview with and talked about their showing in the tournament so far as well as the roster changes before the tournament.

Right before the major starts, shocked the CS:GO community by making roster changes even after qualifying for the tournament. They decided to bench Sanjar “SANJI” Kuliev and add Evgeny “FL1T” Lebedev to the roster.

In the conversation, YEKINDAR touched upon the fact that he is not allowed to talk that much about the roster move, but he mentioned that the call is made due to the unexpected result for the last couple of months.

As YEKINDAR said, wanted to be in the best shape heading to the PGL Major Stockholm, and that’s the reason why they bring such a talented rifler to the team that will increase the firepower of the roster.

Furthermore, the young riffler revealed how the revamping process going on with FL1T and pointed out that he has been adapting really fast. According to YENKINDAR, he will be a great addition to the team.

YEKINDAR talked about the FL1T’s addition:

I don’t know how much I can say or I’m allowed to say, but we had poor results and heading into the biggest tournament of these two years you need to be in the best shape possible.

That’s why I believe FL1T came, and we can see that it’s the best change possible. FL1T is a really smart guy. He really understands the game and he really loves what he does.

He played in Majors before but we have more experienced players than forZe has and he sees us as experienced players. He loves to learn, he remembers everything we tell him and he even evolves the ideas that we give him, which is really good by him.

He’s adapting really fast and even though we didn’t have that much time together I believe he’s going to be a really good player and a great addition to the team.”

Later in the conversation, YEKINDAR also talked about their preparation for the tournament and touched upon the fact that they are going to be a tough opponent for most of the teams in the event.

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