kennyS talks VeryGames exit
Kenny "kennyS" Schrub has commented on his departure from VeryGames in an interview with vakarm.net.
The French AWPer was on Tuesday shown the exit door in VeryGames as the team drafted in former Imaginary Gaming ace Richard "shoxie" Papillon in a bid to improve their chances of winning international silverware.
A former member of eXtensive!, Schrub had been a vital part of VeryGames since April 2012, but the team's disappointing results at the EMS One Finals and at the ESEA Finals cost him his place in the squad, with Edouard "SmithZz" Dubourdeaux now taking up the role of primary AWPer.
kennyS already has some offers on the table
In an interview with vakarm.net, Schrub admitted that he was not too surprised at his removal from the team, but lamented that he was only informed about the decision the day before it was formalised.
The French talent confirmed that he has already received some offers, but seemingly ruled out the possibility of playing for an international team.
Below you can find a snippet of the interview:
When and how did you hear about this decision? Was it a surprise for you?
I heard about this decision only one day before shox got officially integrated into the team. If I was surprised? Yes and no. I expected them to make this decision, to be honest, I was prepared for this. The only surprise for me was being told so late.
Do you regret anything from the time you spent with VeryGames?
Yes,of course, if this wasn't the case I probably would still be playing for VeryGames. Unfortunately, I received some criticisms not always justified, but most of it was. I was not mature enough to work on my flaws and to question myself. This was wrong of me.
Do you plan on joining another team right away, or do you want to take a break?
As I said it before, this was a huge slap in my face and a blow to my motivation. I have received some offers and I can bounce back quickly. I have to think about my future, but at the moment, I have not made any decision. I will sort this out in the coming weeks.
To read the complete interview, go here.