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Former emuLate member Mickael "mSx" Cassisi has returned to action in a brand new team called XenoDragons.
Mickael "mSx" Cassisi was widely regarded as one of the finest talents the French Counter-Strike scene has produced, but he has yet to play CS:GO competitively after retiring from gaming in March 2012 to focus on his job.
The pinnacle of the 27-year-old's career is undoubtedly his title win with emuLate at WCG 2007, where the French team defied the odds and sensationally won the crown after beating NoA in the final.
After almost four years on the sidelines, Cassisi has now been tempted out of retirement by a brand new team called XenoDragons, in which he will reunite with former emuLate teammates Mathieu "MaT" Leber and Jeremy "ioRek" Vuillermet.
Leber will also need time to find his feet in the game as he has been out of action since 2013, when he had a brief spell with eXtensive, who would go on to join LDLC.com. Vuillermet was part of the Clan-Mystik team who won ESWC 2013 over VeryGames but he became inactive in the Fall of 2014 before joining Titan as an analyst.
Rounding out the roster are two other well-known figures from the French scene, Benjamin "drizzer" Charnet, who has played for teams like aAa, Clan-Mystik and Awsomniac, and Christopher "YiiKoN" Cavecchi, formerly of Dimension4 and Millenium.
XenoDragons have the following roster:
Pls, otherwise not much hype..
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Post edited 2016-01-03 20:49:59
niak could be the coach now, i'm not sure about that
Post edited 2016-01-03 20:50:26
mSx was part of the biggest tournament-fluke in modern Counter-Strike history - nothing else.
"mSx was part of the biggest tournament-fluke in modern Counter-Strike history - nothing else."
If you REALLY did follow mSx and emL (or cs in general) at the time when they won WCG, you wouldn't even write that.
Post edited 2016-01-04 19:49:01
msx was pretty good tho
AM I DREAMING ???
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Post edited 2016-01-03 21:22:00
one of the best 1.6 players <33333
mhm i once saw AstanaDragons but I didnt like...
... lets found XenoDragons YEI!
Post edited 2016-01-03 22:20:08
One of best players to play 1.6 at any time
neo, forest, gtr, msx
i think we've got the top of player non-awp on 1.6
Comparing him to the likes of NEO, SpawN and so on is utterly retarded and anyone with the least knowledge of 1.6 and before are laughing their pants off reading the stupid comments here. As a lover of former CS-games, I feel ashamed reading comments here. As should all.
He was very, very skilled and won one of the most important tournaments of 2007, but I wouldn't call him a legend by any means.
Thorin has a obsession with the greatest players of shitty nations wherein the general skill-level is horrible. He wrote a similar article on SeDaN for instance.
If you dont include shoxie or RpK ofc
RpK - best css
Shox - best csgo
shox/kennyS might be there one day
thats like saying Marta is as good as footballer as Messi, cuz both of them won player of the year awards. they are still not even close in terms of skills even tho they play the same game.
stop overrating this source shit to 1.6 who got played for over a decade on top level
/e: PS: thats not even some flame towards rpk, i like him as a player in csgo and ive never watched him play source.
Post edited 2016-01-04 16:19:52
top2 france confirmed
Post edited 2016-01-04 14:22:40