Vakarm.net has conducted an interview with VeryGames hot-shot Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom which covers the Belgian star's first weeks in the team.
The former Imaginary Gaming talent completed a transfer to VeryGames in January after the ESWC runners-up had lost longtime member Cédric "RpK" Guipouy to retirement.
It finally brought an end to the saga involving Benrlitom, whom many had tipped to eventually join VeryGames after his impressive start to life in CS:GO, with his highlights against ESC Gaming and k1ck considered to be among the best that we have so far seen in the game.
However, he has found success somewhat hard to come by in VeryGames, who finished third at Mad Catz CS:GO Invitational and have lost a number of online matches in recent weeks.
You can read a snippet of the interview, which was conducted some weeks ago, below:
In the past, and before you went to offline events, you were suspected of cheating. There are even rumours saying that you admitted to using cheats sometimes. Do you want to talk about it today ?
Yes, I have always been suspected of cheating because I did not have the level of an unknown player. But then I played my first LANs and I proved my level was the same. It has always been only rumours, without any proof. People should be more cautious before doing accusations.
Do you fear GeT_RiGhT and f0rest ? Do you think you are less strong than them ?
These two players have won a lot of events, and I respect them a lot. They have such great experience that it is impossible to compare them to any other player, but for now, I fear no one in particular. When you fear someone, the chances of beating that person decrease because of pressure.
You have played with several ingame leaders, such as maleK, AsP-, Shokkk and Ozstrik3r. After a few weeks of practice with VeryGames and a victory on LAN (Epsilan), what are the differences between Oz and Ex6 ? What does it changes for you? What differences do you notice between a 1.6 and a Source leader ?
I really enjoyed the short time I played under Ozstrik3r. He taught me a lot of things, including the roots of teamplay. The main thing that distinguishes Ex6TenZ from the other leaders I know is that he brings seriousiveness and productivity, he doesn't want any mistakes and he wants to know why something didn't work and how to fix the problem. Ozstrik3r focus more on individualities, which is a good thing, and we will try to do it in VeryGames very soon.
To read the rest of the interview, head over to Vakarm.net's website.