dupreeh: "We will change it all"
dignitas member Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen has shed some light into the roster changes the team have undergone.
Earlier in the month, dignitas decided to breathe some life into the team following a string of disappointing results on LAN and replaced ingame leader Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen with mousesports veteran Finn "karrigan" Andersen.
These changes have produced immediate results, with dignitas having kicked off their ESL Pro League campaign with a 2-0 success over myKPV.de before defeating fellow countrymen uber n00bz in the first MLG Championship qualifier, also with the same scoreline.
dupreeh slams dignitas' Terrorist game
"Removing FeTiSh from our roster was a big deal," he wrote on Facebook. "He had been part of the team since the day we created it.
"He had a lot of great results in CS:Source and a few ones in CS:GO, too, but something had to be done.
"Personally, I got too comfortable with our playing style, with the way I played both as CT and T. Even though we tried to change things, they were barely noticeable, to be honest.
"The reason we removed him was simple: we wanted to try something new, we wanted a different playing style and someone else to take the ingame control.
"For so long we had tried to change things with Henrik, but only a few changes had happened. Now, pretty much everything, every role, every position, every strategy and mindset will be changed.
"We are not just going to change a few things, we will change it all. It is time to update!"
"We were not looking for someone that could get 30 frags every match, nor someone who could be the best individual player ever," he declared.
"The person we were looking for was someone with loads of experience and a dedicated mindset. Besides from that, it had to be someone that would hopefully think outside the box and think in new and interesting ways.
"The most vital point is that was someone with great communication skills. Honestly, I think we might still be one of the worst top teams ou there in terms of communcation, which may explain the few rounds we get as Terrorists.
"Everyone on the team could use some lessions in communication. That is why we figured out that karrigan would be a great person to add to the roster.
"I am very confident about karrigan and our new team, and I hope we can prove everyone that we can also play well as T, since I believe we are one of the strongest teams out there as CT."