Happy: "We have a chance to win"

Vincent "Happy" Cervoni answered our extensive pre-interview before ESL One Cologne, look below to see what the EnVyUs in-game leader had to say on numerous topics surrounding the upcoming major.

EnVyUs have undergone a significant change in the recent weeks, as they dismissed Richard "shox" Papillon and Edouard "SmithZz" Dubourdeaux following disagreements within the team, and brought in former Titan players, Dan "apEX" Madesclaire and Kenny "kennyS" Schrub.

Last week they managed to win IEM Gamescom without much trouble, as they defeated TSM comfortably in the finale, only two weeks after putting the new lineup together.


Happy believes the team can go far 

They are now heading into the major with a few more days of practice, including a bootcamp, as better explained by Vincent "Happy" Schopenhauer below, who answered several questions about ESL One Cologne:

ESL One Cologne pre-interviews - EnVyUs
How have you prepared for ESL One Cologne? Are you going to or did you bootcamp beforehand or have you only been preparing online? Have you focused on anything in particular? (e.g. teams, specific problems at recent events)
ANSWER We are actually in the ESL studios bootcamping, it will be almost a week when the event starts. We’re still pretty young, so the plan is to focus on our game and figure things out about ourselves. There is a lot of work when you pick up 2 still youngish players. Our second main focus was to get a deeper map pool.
Is there anyone who you think is underrated and could surprise in Cologne? 
ANSWER At the time, a lot of people are talking about LG. I don’t know to be honest, there are definitly some potential for upsets. Kinguin are amongst one of them, or maybe Titan aswel. And don’t forget about TSM, when they will bounce back they will be a pain in the ass, if they do.
What are your team’s goals and expectations for the event? Where do you draw the line of what you’d be satisfied or happy with?
ANSWER Well, everyone is saying this but it’s a bit my mantra : let’s pass the groupstages and we’ll see what happens. As said before we are still pretty young, swapping two players is a huge change and it requieres time to adjust and use people well, being understood. My personal goal is modest right now, reaching semi’s would be a good result considering the time we had. I feel we have a chance to win it tho. But anything after the quarter finals will depends on mentality of the team, nothing else.
The level of teams has been levelling out recently, a number different names have been in the grand final at events in the recent months (EnVyUs, TSM, fnatic, Na`Vi, Virtus.pro, Cloud9), who will be the favourites to make it to top four in your mind?
ANSWER I guess the two best teams in the world right now are fnatic and NaVi. The rest of top 4 will be a brawl, and be depends on the bracket draw. Without us, and not considering any bracket I’d say fnatic, NaVi, VP, TSM.
What do you make of the change in the group stage format? Is it better to have a chance to play against more than three set teams before the playoffs? Is it going to be harder to prepare for such groups?
ANSWER I don’t like it, I don’t really understand why it’s been done when everything was working the way it was. If you had to change anything it wouldnt be that. I’ve tweeted a formula regarding groupstages at Majors. But right now it feels even more random, you lose just 1 game and you don’t know who you will be facing, a bit strange. 
Train has been in the pool for quite some time, but ESL One Cologne will be the first major to feature it, how has it developed over the recent months? Was it figured out in terms of playstyle, strategy, etc.? Is the current map pool diverse enough?
ANSWER I think there is definitly a decent meta game on that map but I didnt see a lot of people playing it recently, we’ve been trying to play it as much as we could to get a free veto against other teams, and I think only a few teams will not fear to play it during this event. The map pool is okay, but maybe some maps would need some updates and tweaks.
What are your thoughts on your group? Can you go through each match-up and say how it is likely to play out?
ANSWER We are favored to finish first in this group, so lets go head to head match ups. The match against F3 should be actually pretty easy game if we don’t mess up, the ball is definitly in our hands. Then, I would bet we have to face Kinguin, now this match will be interesting because they definitly are a team that can bring upsets, and they have the skills on a good day to achieve that. The result of that match I think will define how well we will play during the rest of the tournament.
Yet again this major has not seen a prizepool change, even though the sticker money is likely to get bigger, would you like to see it get increased?
ANSWER I don’t really know what Valve plans are. Of course as a player I would love events, especially majors, to grow bigger, with much bigger prize pool and features like autographs. But I think there is a lack of communication between pro players, organisations and valve. I don’t know what they want to do, and I don’t even know what they want from us. I will not lie I was a bit disapointed, after 5 majors, the prize pool didnt raise a little bit.
Lately the outrage against certain weapons has decreased (e.g. CZ-75 at the beginning of the year, Tec-9 during the second quarter of 2015), are you satisfied with the way Valve balanced them out? Are there any weapons you’d like to see nerfed or buffed?
ANSWER I’ve never complained about the weapons I think. The game is fine as it is. I miss tho the old smokes, some strats are complicated to run right now, especially split B on de_dust2. Oh I almost forgot, even if I got used to, the jumping accuracy is … annoying, let’s say that.
Do you think the new anti-doping measures being taken by the ESL are going to change anything from past events, has this been blown out of proportion since Semphis’ statements, or is it necessary?
ANSWER I don’t know exactly how it will proceed so I’ll will wait to see how it goes. Will everyone be tested ? I guess it can become mandatory with how huge is becoming, we had problems with cheaters, we got take care of it. I guess this is the next thing.
With the proliferation of both online and offline events, and having had at least one big event every weekend or every other weekend for the past few months, and with many teams travelling around Europe and North America—or both—, how do you think it will affect teams’ performances?
ANSWER It definitly affected our old teams, we went to so many events and playing so many online leagues that we litteraly had 0 time to practice efficiently. Before I liked having a lot of officials games, but it went a bit too far, now you have to choose if you want to be really focused on specific events.
Less than two weeks after the duo swap you attended IEM Gamescom, do you think that will hinder your ability to surprise and allow others to scout your new playstyle? Did you see it as a test to see what the new lineup can do?
ANSWER I don’t think there was so much to scout during our games at IEM. There are still potential for surprise, especially the big dogs like NaVi, VP and c9. Yes, it was definitly a live test, that’s what I told my mates before the event, and I guess we succeeded.
How hard was it to figure out the roles within the team after getting two new players in? Did you have a specific plan in mind in terms of how you would play before reaching out to them?
ANSWER It always has been pretty easy, apEX obviously is the entry fragger we needed and then, we swapped the 2 AWPers, even if they are distinct players in the AWP role. Before we talked to them we had the ideas, we just needed to play with them to figure out it was right.
After the struggles before swapping shox and SmithZz, what is the new atmosphere in the team like? Do you think the new lineup is going to be able to work together well enough in such little time as to be a serious contender for the championship?
ANSWER The atmosphere is still a little bit like honey moon period. The major will give us a little more to think about. Well, I sure hope so our line up can work together, even in such little time, I only demands players to play as their best for the team, nothing else is unacceptable, because I know for a fact that if it’s done, we can be at least as good as the previous line up, we can win majors title and we can still achieve top3 finishes on a regular basis.

How have you prepared for ESL One Cologne? Are you going to or did you bootcamp beforehand or have you only been preparing online? Have you focused on anything in particular? (e.g. teams, specific problems at recent events)

We are actually in the ESL studios bootcamping, it will be almost a week when the event starts. We're still pretty young, so the plan is to focus on our game and figure things out about ourselves. There is a lot of work when you pick up two still youngish players. Our second main focus was to get a deeper map pool.

What are your team's goals and expectations for the event? Where do you draw the line of what you'd be satisfied or happy with?

Well, everyone is saying this but it's a bit of my mantra: let’s pass the group stages and we'll see what happens. As I said before, we are still pretty young, swapping two players is a huge change and it requires time to adjust and use people well and to understand them. My personal goal is modest right now, reaching semi-finals would be a good result considering the time we had. I feel we have a chance to win it though. But anything after the quarter-finals will depend on the mentality of the team, nothing else.

What are your thoughts on your group? Can you go through each match-up and say how it is likely to play out?

We are favored to finish first in this group, so let's go to head-to-head match-ups. The match against F3 should be actually pretty easy game, if we don't mess up, the ball is definitely in our hands. Then, I would bet we have to face Kinguin, now this match will be interesting because they definitely are a team that can bring upsets, and they have the skills to achieve that on a good day. The result of that match I think will define how well we will play during the rest of the tournament.

What do you make of the change in the group stage format? Is it better to have a chance to play against more than three set teams before the playoffs? Is it going to be harder to prepare for such groups?

I don't like it, I don't really understand why it's been done when everything was working the way it was. If you had to change anything it wouldnt be that. I've tweeted a formula regarding group stages at Majors. But right now it feels even more random, you lose just one game and you don't know who you will be facing, a bit strange. 

How hard was it to figure out the roles within the team after getting two new players in? Did you have a specific plan in mind in terms of how you would play before reaching out to them?

It always has been pretty easy, apEX is obviously the entry fragger we needed, and then we swapped the two AWPers, even if they are distinct players in the AWP role. Before we talked to them we had the ideas, we just needed to play with them to figure out whether it was right.

After the struggles before swapping shox and SmithZz, what is the new atmosphere in the team like? Do you think the new lineup is going to be able to work together well enough in such little time as to be a serious contender for the championship?

The atmosphere is still a little bit like a honey moon period. The major will give us a little more to think about. Well, I sure hope our line up can work together, even in such little time, I only demand players to play their best for the team, nothing else is acceptable, because I know for a fact that if it's done, we can be at least as good as the previous line up, we can win major titles and we can still achieve top three finishes on a regular basis.

Less than two weeks after the duo swap you attended IEM Gamescom, do you think that will hinder your ability to surprise and allow others to scout your new playstyle? Did you see it as a test to see what the new lineup can do?

I don't think there was so much to scout during our games at IEM. There is still potential for surprise, especially the big dogs like Na`Vi, VP and C9. Yes, it was definitely a live test, that's what I told my mates before the event, and I guess we succeeded.

With the proliferation of both online and offline events, and having had at least one big event every weekend or every other weekend for the past few months, and with many teams travelling around Europe and North America—or both—, how do you think it will affect teams' performances?

It definitely affected our old teams, we went to so many events and played so many online leagues that we litteraly had zero time to practice efficiently. Before I liked having a lot of official games, but it went a bit too far, now you have to choose if you want to be really focused on specific events.

Is there anyone who you think is underrated and could surprise in Cologne? 

At the time, a lot of people are talking about LG. I don't know to be honest, there is definitely some potential for upsets. Kinguin are amongst one of them, or maybe Titan as well. And don't forget about TSM, when they bounce back they will be a pain in the ass, if they do.

The level of teams has been evening out recently, a number different names have been in the grand final at events in the recent months (EnVyUs, TSM, fnatic, Na`Vi, Virtus.pro, Cloud9), who will be the favourites to make it to top four in your mind?

I guess the two best teams in the world right now are fnatic and Na`Vi. The rest of the top four will be a brawl, and it will depend on the bracket draw. Without us, and not considering any bracket I'd say fnatic, Na`Vi, VP, TSM.


 Will the new EnVyUs be even better than the previous lineup?

Train has been in the pool for quite some time, but ESL One Cologne will be the first major to feature it, how has it developed over the recent months? Was it figured out in terms of playstyle, strategy, etc.? Is the current map pool diverse enough?

I think there is definitely a decent meta game on that map but I didn't see a lot of people playing it recently, we've been trying to play it as much as we could to get a free veto against other teams, and I think only a few teams will not fear to play it during this event. The map pool is okay, but maybe some maps would need some updates and tweaks.

Yet again this major has not seen a prizepool change, even though the sticker money is likely to get bigger, would you like to see it get increased?

I don't really know what Valve's plans are. Of course as a player I would love events, especially majors, to grow bigger, with much bigger prize pool and features like autographs. But I think there is a lack of communication between pro players, organisations and Valve. I don't know what they want to do, and I don't even know what they want from us. I will not lie I was a bit disapointed, after 5 majors the prize pool didn't rise a little bit.

Lately the outrage against certain weapons has decreased (e.g. CZ-75 at the beginning of the year, Tec-9 during the second quarter of 2015), are you satisfied with the way Valve balanced them out? Are there any weapons you'd like to see nerfed or buffed?

I've never complained about the weapons I think. The game is fine as it is. I miss the old smokes though, some strats are complicated to run right now, especially split B on de_dust2. Oh I almost forgot, even if I got used to it, the jumping accuracy is... annoying, let's say that.

Do you think the new anti-doping measures being taken by the ESL are going to change anything from past events, has this been blown out of proportion since Semphis' statements, or is it necessary?

I don't know exactly how it will proceed so I'll wait to see how it goes. Will everyone be tested? I guess it can become mandatory with how huge it is becoming, we had problems with cheaters, we got take care of it. I guess this is the next thing.

Here's a list of all pre-interviews we have conducted so far prior to ESL One Cologne, check it out to see if you missed any:

Sweden Mikail "Maikelele" Bill: "LEGIJA is a great fit"
Sweden Freddy "KRIMZ" Johansson"Goal is always to win"
Brazil Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo"cold brought many changes"
Australia James "James" Quinn"Underdog status favors us"
Poland Piotr "peet" Ćwikliński "We don't feel any pressure"
Canada Pujan "FNS" Mehta"Having the same core helps us"
Slovakia Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovács "Facing Titan will be hard"
France Edouard 'SmithZz' Dubourdeaux
Edouard 'SmithZz' Dubourdeaux
Age:
30
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
1161
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
Canada Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Pujan 'FNS' Mehta
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.90
Maps played:
852
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Slovakia Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Ladislav 'GuardiaN' Kovács
Age:
28
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1450
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.11
Sweden Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Mikail 'Maikelele' Bill
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
966
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.14
France Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer
Vincent 'Happy' Schopenhauer
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1444
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.12
Brazil Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Gabriel 'FalleN' Toledo
Age:
28
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1158
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.60
APR:
0.11
Sweden Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Freddy 'KRIMZ' Johansson
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1377
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.15
Poland Piotr 'peet' Ćwikliński
Piotr 'peet' Ćwikliński
Age:
29
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
379
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.12
France Richard 'shox' Papillon
Richard 'shox' Papillon
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.12
Australia James 'James' Quinn
James 'James' Quinn
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.94
Maps played:
331
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.71
APR:
0.13
France Dan 'apEX' Madesclaire
Dan 'apEX' Madesclaire
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1535
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.70
APR:
0.16
France Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.14
Maps played:
1589
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.11
#1
Portugal sarkQ 
n1
2015-08-18 16:02
#43
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Greece hekzy 
People are so toxic. Didn't know there are so many EnVy hate kids.
2015-08-18 16:29
more skill-more hate and critisism JW looks like a piggy btw
2015-08-18 16:33
#50
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Greece hekzy 
I mean sure he does. But nobody bothered to read the article. He didn't say they WILL win it. He said they could win and their GOAL is to pass GROUPSTAGE and every little kiddo who didn't bother reading is calling him an "arrogant prick".
2015-08-18 16:36
needless 2 say most hltv users can not read
2015-08-18 16:57
#158
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Germany P3tR 
+1 and are retarded
2015-08-19 15:42
You are so idiot.
2015-08-18 19:38
me? :o
2015-08-18 18:14
french people are always arrogant "We are favored to finish first in this group, so let's go to head-to-head match-ups. The match against F3 should be actually pretty easy game, if we don't mess up, the ball is definitely in our hands. "
2015-08-18 18:45
And fnatic saying they are favorite to win, they are just realistic right ? ...
2015-08-18 19:29
ofc, they're just the best team, fairplay and humble. And those french are just arrogant and pretentious as hell. Kappa
2015-08-18 21:30
#132
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Greece hekzy 
That's called realism. Are you implying they are not favored to finish first in the group?
2015-08-18 22:44
#49
 | 
Finland terquie 
cunt
2015-08-18 16:34
uwot
2015-08-18 18:11
first?
2015-08-18 16:02
nt shrud
2015-08-18 16:09
3rd mothafukkas
2015-08-18 16:02
what, world???? Kappa
2015-08-18 18:10
pls no bully :{
2015-08-18 18:10
only jokies bro <3
2015-08-18 18:11
Sad
2015-08-18 16:02
lol hope nv loses
2015-08-18 16:02
Med coz bed
2015-08-18 18:42
Kappa
2015-08-18 16:02
#7
Sweden günT 
Cool
2015-08-18 16:02
True.
2015-08-18 16:02
O rly mderfker?
2015-08-18 16:03
this
2015-08-18 16:06
Lg will win no way
2015-08-18 16:04
no chance
2015-08-18 16:04
#12
 | 
Sweden Razze100 
I arent think that
2015-08-18 16:05
"We have a chance to win" if you dont play against NiP or fnatic YES YOU HAVE !
2015-08-18 16:05
Ahahaha NIP Good joke.
2015-08-18 16:14
#141
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Macau fAKEs2j 
NIP HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
2015-08-19 00:40
he means more bait in cologne ?
2015-08-18 16:07
why dafuk he named himself Schopenhaeur?
2015-08-18 16:07
Yeah wtf isn't his last name Cervoni or something?
2015-08-18 16:18
yes it is
2015-08-18 16:20
#19
Norway exzu 
ez for baguettes
2015-08-18 16:08
no chance my friend
2015-08-18 16:09
New EnVy, No Chance - Pasha
2015-08-18 16:10
#24
Slovenia mejo 
best interview so far, happy openly "criticezes" valve with their so called coperation with pro players...well done happy :)
2015-08-18 16:12
#25
 | 
Lithuania karkeris 
gl EnVy :)
2015-08-18 16:12
no chance
2015-08-18 16:13
no chance
2015-08-18 16:13
2 ez 4 baguettes de fromagé
2015-08-18 16:13
#119
 | 
Estonia MorsAlbum 
du*
2015-08-18 20:23
kennyS to show some magic stick.
2015-08-18 16:15
Hope u the worst and be happy if u miss qualification to top 8
2015-08-18 16:15
#118
 | 
Estonia MorsAlbum 
Hope you learn English and get an education. :(
2015-08-18 20:23
Thank you for having made me laugh
2015-08-18 23:09
#138
 | 
Estonia MorsAlbum 
n1 reply
2015-08-18 23:44
first !!! i win this thread !!! please 5 replies, i want to make a quality thread for all of u guys. im new at hltv. T_T
2015-08-18 16:15
#142
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Macau fAKEs2j 
NT
2015-08-19 00:41
Nice interviews, keep it up!
2015-08-18 16:16
Yes chance :D In Kenny we believe
2015-08-18 16:16
n1
2015-08-18 16:17
anything after the quarter-finals will depend on the mentality of the team, nothing else. +1
2015-08-18 16:19
just go for those chanceknives
2015-08-18 16:31
its funny to read these interviews. we have ppl like rlewis and thooorin and many others complaining about the map pool. players dont really do that at all. same for weapon balance: outsiders are crying all the time but most players said they are fine apart from one thing which is the jumpscout (huge +1 on that...). same for anti doping shit: u wouldnt even believe the fuzz thats been made about this by outsiders, especcially rlewis, yet players think its alright.
2015-08-18 16:31
#47
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Brazil Collee 
n1 2nd best + most skilled igl
2015-08-18 16:33
"there is a chance we could win" Thank you Captain...
2015-08-18 16:33
#57
France qor 
He will change his nickname to "Obv1ous" soon enough.
2015-08-18 16:48
Can you link happy tweet about major group stage format?
2015-08-18 16:36
TSM, when they bounce back they will be a pain in the ass, if they do. Rape inc
2015-08-18 16:38
#53
 | 
Denmark U w0t m8? 
A chance, lol even Immunity have "a chance to win"
2015-08-18 16:40
no..they don`t :D
2015-08-18 18:05
#106
 | 
Denmark U w0t m8? 
Are they in the tournement? - yes Doesn't everybody in the tournement technology have a chance to win? - yes so yes they do have a chance, not a big one, but they have one
2015-08-18 19:10
nice dream
2015-08-18 16:42
no chance vp vs nip final
2015-08-18 16:44
#58
France qor 
hmmm... Dreams...
2015-08-18 16:49
yeah happy is dreaming so hard xdd
2015-08-18 16:50
Go Nv, hope you'll do well!! :D <3
2015-08-18 16:50
no chance ma frend no chance Keepo
2015-08-18 16:51
no you don't
2015-08-18 16:52
if kennyS slumps again with aPEX in groups then rip
2015-08-18 16:53
ALLEZ HAPISTES
2015-08-18 17:10
yes you do
2015-08-18 17:02
#69
f0rest | 
Germany Gloin 
How can they have a chance if mouz wins anyway??? french logic?
2015-08-18 17:03
ez
2015-08-18 17:19
not rly. you forgot about vp mate;)
2015-08-18 17:19
not offending anything but vp is sometimes soooo idiotic team
2015-08-18 17:31
yes, they are from PL after all. Kapp
2015-08-18 17:33
ahahahaha
2015-08-18 18:06
#147
shroud | 
United States HowToK 
vp is...random i guess. one of the reasons why c9 didnt want to play them and are better off with fnatic because they know how to counter fnatic strats
2015-08-19 05:13
Kappa
2015-08-18 17:26
No one mentions NIP in their expected top 4 lol.
2015-08-18 17:28
will be fun when they get rekt by NiP
2015-08-18 18:30
thats a different match up altogether,although,its fun to see nip get rkt by every other team :D
2015-08-18 19:23
wont happen and you know it
2015-08-18 19:51
they will do fine
2015-08-18 17:34
"we have a chance to win" wow nice cpt. obvious lol
2015-08-18 17:41
Do you expect ebettle to have a chance?
2015-08-18 18:46
qui
2015-08-18 20:46
They play in Cologne, so yes they have a chance to win like everyone, even if its very small its still a chance
2015-08-18 21:31
You are an idiot.
2015-08-18 22:12
and you are french that makes us even
2015-08-18 22:26
You are fucking polish are you kidding? That makes me win like by fucking miles dude.
2015-08-18 23:01
#80
s1mple | 
Sweden DiTzZ 
Winner of ESL One Cologne 2015
2015-08-18 17:46
Yes you do :)
2015-08-18 18:00
#90
 | 
Brazil hugoooo 
NO SHIT SHERLOCK
2015-08-18 18:17
no chance NiP win this ;)
2015-08-18 18:31
#94
 | 
Poland trancemeister 
favorites in my opinion : 1/2 Fnatic , nV 3/4 VP , TSM 5/6 Na'Vi , C9 7 NiP
2015-08-18 18:38
GO ENVY ! I expect them to reach the grand finals.
2015-08-18 18:41
eBettle has a chance <3
2015-08-18 18:45
I agree, Rallen and Peet are awesome players
2015-08-18 20:54
#102
 | 
Denmark Fr0nda 
No chance my friend no chance
2015-08-18 18:48
no chance my friend
2015-08-18 18:49
Obviously EnVy Best team!!!
2015-08-18 18:57
NO, my friend
2015-08-18 19:01
no shox no win happy, apex at major? xDDD
2015-08-18 19:23
Imo finals will be-> fnatic/navi x cloud9/vp ( if vp beat c9, they will win. If c9 beat vp, they will win this major) 3/4 nv, tsm Record this! I'm always right.
2015-08-18 19:47
Envy good but not best Fnatic best!
2015-08-18 19:51
No you don't, little baiter kid. Anyone knows how tall happy is, btw? Like 165cm? That napoleon complex could explain his actions.
2015-08-18 20:01
Which complex? Your assumptions say a lot more about you than him to be honest ^^.
2015-08-18 22:23
envyus will probably win. They have way too much skill, and fnatic will always have pronax weighing them down.
2015-08-18 20:20
NV GONNA WIN KENNYS AND HAPPY TOO STRONK
2015-08-18 20:51
What he means about missing old smokes? How was it different back then? Even more oneway or what?
2015-08-18 21:04
I'd like to know aswell
2015-08-18 21:40
He probably refers to the update which reduced the size and changed the shape of the smokes slightly, since he's talking about mid to b. Before the smokes were slightly bigger both in width and height.
2015-08-18 22:21
the size of the smokes was reduced, and they eliminated some tricks that you could use to see through the edge of the smoke. they gave them a round shape, instead of a "brick" shape.
2015-08-19 20:02
no chance my friend
2015-08-18 21:30
Is there going to be an odds market on csgolounge for a team to win the whole thing?
2015-08-18 22:54
"I guess the two best teams in the world right now are fnatic and Na`Vi." Happy, are you serious? Well, that's nice to hear from one of the best In-game Leaders nowadays. I'm pretty sure EnVyUs will be in top four at this Major.
2015-08-18 23:09
I agree with everything he said.
2015-08-18 23:51
This guy is the kind of player we didn't have in 1.6! Happy <3
2015-08-19 00:02
Want this team to win so much !
2015-08-19 01:11
Best French lineup since Verygames
2015-08-19 02:39
Dont insult Verygames please
2015-08-19 08:07
Fanboy
2015-08-19 20:00
thank god they removed ShitZz
2015-08-19 06:44
GL nV!! <3
2015-08-19 10:44
Happy is so professional in his role, GL nV!
2015-08-19 11:35
happy is best gl nV <3
2015-08-19 14:11
Bump
2015-10-19 20:28
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