He is pro player, he has to grind since it is livelihood. I remember GuardiaN in 2019 in interview saying they all had over 100 hours per two weeks in team meaning they were grinding hard :-D was really funny cuz almost every average csgo player on faceit lvl 10 has that.
im not a progamer. i have my own job so it makes sense that i dont have time for that dont you think...?
btw a lot of people for example in office are 8-10hours per day behind computer so whats the big deal with progamer playing 10 hours per day before the biggest event lol?
Because noone is effective for 10 hours straight and it can actually be bad for your overall performance to "over train".
When esports was in earlier days some teams burnt out during bootcamps instead because too much practice.
He got a shot to be in a pro team, now is the time when he can make the most money, he should make the most impact. Also sadly to say this but the way he looks he probably does not have any personal life going on or hobbies to interupt his CSGO career.
lmao you guys are so fucking stupid.
as if these lazy fucks are really practicing for 10 hours/day
they play few scrims sometimes and some of them go fpl later.
70h past 2 weeks is max. all other hours are idle time.
some leave their game on all the time.
i dont tell people to go on reddit
but there are many threads about pro players hours/2weeks leading
to a major.
all of them about 40-70. everyone +100 is just idling all day.
zeus used to be an example.