ImAPet: "I was ready to sign for a VALORANT team, but on the same day I thankfully got the offer from 100T"

We sat down with 100 Thieves' new addition, Chet "⁠Chet⁠" Singh, for an in-depth interview in which the coach spoke about his exit from Evil Geniuses and about his new team, as well as the state of North American Counter-Strike in current times.

The 23-year-old parted ways with Evil Geniuses in early April under somewhat dramatic circumstances, as he and the team had found that they could no longer work together after the relationship between the coach and Peter "⁠stanislaw⁠" Jarguz and Tarik "⁠tarik⁠" Celik had turned sour, with Wilton "⁠zews⁠" Prado replacing the American soon after.

Earlier on Tuesday, Chet was officially appointed as the new head coach of of 100 Thieves, who had been on the lookout for a new person to guide the team ever since they said goodbye to Aleksandar "⁠kassad⁠" Trifunović at the end of April, and we used the opportunity to sit down with the LA-based organization's newest member to discuss the past, the present, and the future.

ImAPet talks past, present, and future

In the interview, the 100 Thieves coach shed some more light on why the relationship with his former EG teammates broke down and drew the curtain on offers he received after his exit. In the process, he revealed just how close he was to making a move to a VALORANT team and talked about what made him feel forced to change games before receiving the last-minute offer from 100T.

Chet naturally also spoke about his time with the Australian team so far, the changes he has already brought to them, and the possibility of relocating from New York to Los Angeles in the future.

You spoke quite candidly about the relationship with stanislaw and tarik breaking down, but why do you think it started deteriorating in the first place? At what point did you realize it wasn't going to work?

I think where things went wrong in terms of what we were doing was pretty much just work ethic. I think it went completely down the drain for a few people and we just didn't seem to have the same visions in mind when it came to things we wanted to do or not to do. Having that tense relationship all the time where things weren't exactly aligned between coach and IGL and even some players and coach, it's just not going to work out. Even things like days off, we couldn't agree on that. Even in the basics we just couldn't get on the same page anymore.

Did this start happening when the results began falling off?

I think we fucked up when we took a week off after the Major, I believe, before New York. That was probably our only week of practice that we could have gotten before going to all these events. And we were already on fire, so we should have just kept going, honestly. I think we learned from that and we probably wouldn't have done it again, but it is a little bit too late kind of a situation, where we learned from it but it didn't really matter at that point because we already committed to so many tournaments for the rest of the year, so there was zero time left to practice for the rest of 2019. It just didn't matter anymore, the time already started running out and all these bad results that came in kind of affected our mentalities.

Looking back, do you think something could have been done differently? Could the relationship have been repaired at any point, or were changes absolutely necessary in the end?

I think the relationship was probably not repairable. I don't know what I could have done or what we could have done as individuals to try to fix whatever happened. It just seemed like we could never get on the same page. Maybe we could have talked it out better and maybe sacrificed some things for each other, but I don't think on either side any sacrifices were wanted to be made by anyone, so I don't think that was a possibility. The relationship was pretty much doomed. It was never going to be repaired.

How do you see zews fitting in instead? Can you see EG getting over their issues with zews behind them?

I think zews is a good coach and I think he can do good things with that lineup, but, overall, I think we really needed a lineup change in the team, to be honest. A lot of opportunities have passed by where most of the lineup changes that were going to be very positive for the team are probably no longer an option, so I think for now they just have to work it out with the new coach and see what they can do. But I definitely think they needed a roster change.

Is that what you thought at the time, before you got cut?

Yeah. Before I got cut, I was approaching EG to make changes, as well. Now it definitely seems like things didn't go my way (laughs). There's not much I can say about that. I wanted changes and it didn't happen. Maybe it was too expensive, maybe it was just not what EG was looking into, maybe the players didn't agree on it, I don't really have any idea. But yeah, I wanted changes.

Tell me about what happened over the following few weeks after leaving EG. How did the 100 Thieves offer come about and why did you say yes? Was there anyone else that approached you at that time?

Without naming names, I can definitely say there were people who made offers to me, but I didn't really see a lot of viability in the competitiveness of their roster. I just took the approach of waiting it out a bit. There was a point where I was going to sign for a VALORANT team.

As a player?

No, as a General Manager, to build the roster, to build the structure, and all that stuff. Since I've been in CS for so long and I kind of know what it takes to have a decent lineup, that's what I was going to do. I was ready to sign it, but the same day I was ready to sign I got the offer from 100 Thieves, thankfully. I love CS a lot, so staying with 100 Thieves and picking them was a great option for me because I see a lot of viability in them being a great team. They just need to work on these small things and experiment a bit and I think they can be a really good team, so I'm glad I got that opportunity with them. I think they have players who can be world-class, so that's why I chose 100 Thieves over changing games and some other CS rosters.

Did you feel forced into VALORANT in the same way a lot of these NA players have? If 100 Thieves didn't come to you, did you not see any other possibility coming along soon enough?

I felt pretty forced, honestly, to sign a VALORANT contract. Not in terms of financials, but I wanted to compete, and I figured if I wanted to compete and take a risk, VALORANT seemed like the perfect opportunity. I didn't see many NA teams, at least at the top level, or even some European teams wanting to change their coaches. It didn't seem like there were many options for me to get back into the top of the competitive scene. Even building rosters was not even an option for me in CS after talking to multiple orgs. I just felt like I had no options besides tier 3-4 teams. Taking a fresh start could have been better for me in a different game, maybe, who knows? But that's what it felt like to me, at least, that I just needed to jump.

How do 100 Thieves compare to EG and NRG, whether it be playstyle-wise or in terms of culture?

There's definitely a big difference in terms of structure. In 100 Thieves they play more team-based CS, while in EG I guess we played more individually and for ourselves, more default. I think that's the biggest difference. Players in 100 Thieves are also ready to change things more willingly than in EG I think, in terms of strats or whatever that I wanted to introduce. It's more experimental right now, we're just in that phase.

I think the players are pretty comparable, all the players are pretty high-skilled and have good communication across the whole team, so I don't think there's too big of a difference player-wise. Maybe the work ethic is a little bit different on this team, but overall it's pretty similar in terms of the types of players you have. You have the really high fraggers, you have a good AWPer, so I think that's pretty similar. I also think 100 Thieves, in terms of culture, they remind me a lot of what NRG used to be with FugLy, where we were actually all friends instead of more of a coworker dynamic that it ended up becoming, so that's definitely a positive for a long term future.

Did you at all find that you had to approach them differently? What have you learned in your time with the team so far?

The first week I was learning what their issues were and things they didn't do versus things they needed to do. One of the things they didn't do was VOD reviews, which I thought was a little crazy. For a top team, I'm surprised they got that far without doing any VOD reviews of themselves or of other teams. I was told that they probably did one to three reviews in a year or something, which is pretty crazy. A lot of my job is facilitating that kind of review, so that's one thing I learned about them that has already changed.

How did the team take that?

I think every player was willing to do it, they had just never done it in a team setting often. They weren't opposed to it at all and I think they enjoy doing it because I find them to be more visual learners than they are from me just telling them, talking like a textbook. I think visual learners are very common in esports and doing VOD reviews is very powerful for this team and many other teams, so I definitely think we're going to keep doing it and I already see it making a big impact on people. It's nothing but positive.

In the past couple of months 100 Thieves have stagnated. In what areas do you think they were lacking before and where can you help them improve? What has been the focus apart from the VOD reviews?

The main focus was pretty much on a strategic level. Whenever we were on EG and we would anti-strat 100 Thieves, or even from playing them so many times, we kind of knew what they would do every time even if we didn't need to prepare for the game. Strategically I felt like we always knew what they were doing, so they needed an upgrade in that sense. We've been working a lot on tactics, varying things up, practicing things that they aren't necessarily comfortable with. We've been going through a big experimental phase, and that's not going to end anytime soon. We're just trying a bunch of stuff and seeing what works and what doesn't. You may see it in matches, even for DreamHack, BLAST, we're going to be trying things that maybe you're not used to seeing 100 Thieves do. Maybe it'll look really bad, maybe it'll look really good, we don't really know yet. We're just trying things, trying to get out of our comfort zones, and trying to get ready for the next RMR [cs_summit 6]. We just want to minimize all the mistakes now in these tournaments and then be really prepared for the RMR.

With the team being based in Los Angeles and you living in New York, are you required to move when it becomes possible? If not, would you consider that?

Yeah, the relocating part isn't an issue for me. I'm just kind of seeing how corona is playing out right now and then I'll mark a date to get out there. For now, it's been going pretty well online, everyone shows up on time, we do our VOD reviews through Discord, so it's pretty much the same thing except I'm not seeing them right now face to face. That is a little bit of a negative, but I think it's not a huge negative. I'm not sure if it's required or not to move to LA, I just assumed I should because everyone else is there. It'd be kind of weird for me to not be there if they are.

Has it been awkward at all from your side to be online while the rest of the team is together?

I don't think it's awkward at all, we just joke around and chill on TeamSpeak, so it's been pretty alright, I haven't had any complaints being online. I get to do my one-on-ones, talk with people about whatever they want to talk about, so it's been pretty OK.

The three biggest teams in NA, Liquid, EG, and 100 Thieves, have all struggled lately, and the arrival of VALORANT has also caused some lower-tier teams like Orgless, Swole Patrol, and Bad News Bears to disband completely. What do you make of the state of North American CS right now?

At first, I thought North American CS was doomed in terms of raw talent threatening the people above like Liquid and EG, I'm not going to lie. But, now, I don't think that's really the case. Obviously, losing IGLs like FNS and freakazoid, even losing talents like WARDELL and Subroza, Infinite, yay, all those people, it kind of sucks and it's going to hurt us in the short term. But in the long term I think it'll have some positive effects. You're going to see newer teams pop up and get experience, IGLs rising up and getting experience in these tournaments that are popping up. You're going to see new talents like Grim, for example. He's been around for a bit, but maybe people haven't put that much attention on him, and I think he's really good. Pretty much everyone from Triumph is putting out a positive message for the scene, that they haven't given up. They are getting paid, as far as I know, but they're not getting paid a lot and they're still grinding really hard, they're getting maps off good teams like Gen.G. They're doing pretty well, so I don't think it's all bad.

The scrimming situation is the only negative right now because there's not a lot of variety in NA and you're kind of playing the same teams over and over and over. We always scrim Brazilian teams because we don't want to scrim teams in the group we're playing in, so it makes things confusing in terms of if your strats are really working or not. You're just playing the same teams who have the same reactions and stuff like that, so you have that downplaying NA a little bit. But, other than that, I think talent-wise you're going to see other teams start popping up, like Recon 5 and Triumph, they're going to start popping up more and more in these tournaments. I think even Envy and Chaos are doing a good job at showing other talents, so I think we're in a short-term negative but a long-term positive.

Has the pandemic especially underlined the practice problem in NA? Is it worse than usual?

Yeah, the pandemic is definitely screwing the practice. Like I said, we're avoiding teams that are in the groups we're going to play in, so we're only playing the teams in the other group. And some of these lower-tier teams aren't playing anything, like Envy, for example, so they have no reason to practice besides just playing to practice. I'm not sure if they are practicing right now. It's just in a tough spot to get variety in practice and sometimes you're not even always getting good practice. People think just because we're in NA we're playing Liquid all the time, but we haven't even played Liquid that much, honestly. They have other teams that they can play against and it's first come, first served when you're booking scrims, so if you miss your opportunity then for that week you're not going to have them. That's just how it goes. It just really sucks because there just aren't a lot of top teams, and no variety is hurting the scene a little.

Brazil Wilton 'zews' Prado
Wilton 'zews' Prado
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.80
Maps played:
142
KPR:
0.53
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.13
United States Chet 'Chet' Singh
Chet 'Chet' Singh
Age:
24
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.00
Maps played:
0
KPR:
0.00
DPR:
0.00
APR:
0.00
Serbia Aleksandar 'kassad' Trifunović
Aleksandar 'kassad' Trifunović
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.75
Maps played:
99
KPR:
0.52
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.13
United States Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Tarik 'tarik' Celik
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1375
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.14
Canada Peter 'stanislaw' Jarguz
Peter 'stanislaw' Jarguz
Age:
26
Rating 1.0:
0.97
Maps played:
1185
KPR:
0.65
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
Valorant = dead game
2020-05-26 20:01
12 replies
You are completely right and completely wrong at the exact same time because the world is paradoxical. VALORANT beta ends MAY 28th so yes the beta is dying as we speak. It is on its last legs and once it dies it will stay dead. For a weekend. And a Friday and a Monday. But VALORANT will be reborn on June 2nd, it is going to be reincarnated from beta into the full version with updates a new map, and more countries able to play! People dying and being reborn is impossible unless you are Jesus, but luckily VALORANT is a video game and not a person because it will be reborn! I have played CS since 1.3 and I love CS but the valve got lazy and complacent, you can't even get good MM games to get good 128 tick games you have to play on ESEA or FaceIt or community server. VALORANT allows players to play MM with 128 tick servers with good hit reg and when there is a problem it gets updates super fast. RIOT basically makes it clear that they love 5v5 bomb defusal game players more than Valve does.
2020-05-26 22:49
11 replies
"Good hit reg" - as if Valve didn't fix the hitreg problems like 5 years ago. Have you seen some of the clips of the hitreg in Valorant? It looks like it actually from 2015 csgo how bad it is.
2020-05-26 23:36
5 replies
#108
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Ireland KarLybop
Weak reply to someone who is absolutely true with everything they have said. If your argument against Valorant is about the hit reg in Valorant not being as good as CS, then it just shows how poorly of an argument it is.
2020-05-27 00:11
2 replies
exactly, VALORANT had hitreg problems for a few days, and it is very popular game so there is tons of clips of it on youtube so it proves the game is popular not that there are tons of problems. hitreg was good when beta started and it is good now, it was just bad after an update I think it was .49 or .5 update. if csgo ran like valorant I might prefer it but the main reason I like valorant is that MM hitreg feels way better, MM in CSGO is a joke.
2020-05-27 00:47
1 reply
Havent played Valerianae but agree on the Csgo part. Not only 128tick servers , but ever since the game is free MM is unplayable. Either polish/russian anti-aim , spinbot etc or Jermans (netherlands , austria all the same shit) with 500-3k recommends blatantly aimbotting/wallhacking as hell , not even trying to hide it.
2020-05-27 16:21
CS hit reg is still in a bad state in my opinion, but definitely tons better than what it once was. Still to this day, I have people pop up into my crosshair or my scope and I get 0 damage in 0 hits. It's just the nature of Source 1 and Valve. Slow and lazy.
2020-05-27 00:17
1 reply
exactly, the hit reg is bad, and once was terrible. The only reason a game like VALORANT can succeed is that Valve is lazy; Valve has such a strong foothold that they could have made it impossible for another game to enter the market but they left the door wide open. I wanted to hate VALORANT, before it came out I thought it sounded like a cheezy OW+CS hybrid...CS+abilities. Once I played it though it is a different story I loved it despite wanting to hate VALORANTG. Abilities work well as utility and hitreg is super crisp. I always preferred more realistic games over cartoony games but the gunplay is so good I can deal with it
2020-05-27 00:51
#107
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Ireland KarLybop
Valve have only themselves to blame for the overwhelming amount of players that have or will move over to Valorant upon official release next week. Pros and amateurs alike are moving over. The NA CS:GO scene has been absolutely decimated. Even ImAPet admits it in this interview. NA teams have a huge issue with practice because there are no teams to play against. Their updates have been awful for a long time now. The game has become stale. The map pool is absolutely terrible. They need to release about 3 or 4 new maps. The blatant ignorance from Valve and how they have taken their pro scene for granted has been their downfall. If Liquid were to kick Stewie2k tomorrow for example, you couldn't possibly suggest an obvious replacement for him. And if he were to be replaced, you can guarantee Stewie would be playing for a pro Valorant team within 1 week, thus the NA community loses another pro. The worst part of it all is, Valve are just going to let it happen and are going to just rely on the handful of pro teams they have right now to stretch the life span of the game out for as long as possible. We won't see 128tick MM servers or major updates like introducing a few new maps or a new gun. It also runs like shit because it's so old.
2020-05-27 00:10
1 reply
exactly, CSGO is 8 years old. That is fine if there was some plan for a new game, but it isn't like Half Life 3 and a new CS are coming out in 2021. Valve probably barely started making a new CS game out of panic now that this happened. I hope I am wrong and Valve creates some amazing new CS that I prefer over VALORANT but I am a 38 year old gamer that has played CS my whole life. VALORANT isn't amazing but it literally fixed about every complaint I have with CSGO and CSGO Matchmaking. I am glad they are putting pressure on Valve because now Valve will have to get serious on a new game in the future instead of taking advantage that they have the only 5v5 bomb plant/defusal game. Competition is good for all.
2020-05-27 00:55
Great, I will try it when it comes out cuz i never get a key. I hope it's free to play tho (I've never seen anything about this game before)
2020-05-27 01:02
2 replies
yes its free, absolutely nothing original about it at all, they just made the utility into hero abilities so that they could copy from both OW and CS to try to pretend it isn't a straight up CS clone, but it is a straight up CS clone but with better hitboxes
2020-05-27 04:41
1 reply
And honestly it is a lot more dynamic and fun than CS. You just have to get used to having different abilities etc. Having played the beta with friends, when you get 2-3 friends to play with you then it becomes extremely fun and the amount of strategies you can put together is pretty pog Solo q is fucking horrible though
2020-05-27 13:06
#3
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Brazil notfakeflag
VALORANT OMEGALUL
2020-05-26 20:01
6 replies
I bet you never got a key for it because you were too lazy to leave a PC running twitch and you don't have access to the game at all, but now make it your goal to hate on the game at any chance you get to validate you not having access.
2020-05-26 22:50
5 replies
#118
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Australia CaZeR01
I didnt get one coz no austrailian servers :(((
2020-05-27 03:52
2 replies
don't worry, on June 2nd they will open some! I hope you have internet w ping better than 100 coz i heard AUS internet is bad
2020-05-27 04:40
1 reply
#141
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Australia CaZeR01
yes its shocking, and i live out of town in a country area so my download speed is 2mb/s on a good day :/
2020-05-27 15:50
#133
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Australia Ohnorepo
"I bet you never got a key for it because you were too lazy to leave a PC running twitch and you don't have access to the game at all" That's a fucking weird comeback lol. I thankfully didn't have to be lazy and leave a stream of someone playing VODs trying to farm views and managed to get a key early. Uninstalled due to the invasive anti-cheat. I am hoping they fix it and continue to work on their game. But the pro Valorant people are just as fucking bad in their justifications as the anti Valorant people.
2020-05-27 09:47
That game is still in HARD beta but it's gonna be pushed because RIOT wants it (not the direct part of studio that's developing it) - troubles with fps on streamers PC which are 5k$+
2020-05-27 13:49
#4
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Sweden zae
LOL
2020-05-26 20:01
Coach of the game that didnt even come out??? This valorant kids are amazing
2020-05-26 20:01
7 replies
Ahahahahahaha true
2020-05-26 20:03
General Manager* please learn to read the interview before posting.
2020-05-26 20:50
4 replies
Haha nt simp.. general manager, didnt even play game but he would be person on the top of org.. 0iq
2020-05-26 21:14
3 replies
#76
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Denmark Tzianzhin
it's basically the same game, unless you're actually playing it or tactically involved you don't need to wait for the official release to know that ImAPet's experience should be more than enough for the position.
2020-05-26 21:38
he would be there to build a roster and all the stuff around it
2020-05-26 21:48
nt 0/8 b8
2020-05-27 13:07
NA scene KEKW
2020-05-26 22:07
KEKW
2020-05-26 20:02
100 krieg
2020-05-26 20:02
#9
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Poland SebL
It would be a big loss to lose such a coach from CS. It's a very good move from 100T this coach change.
2020-05-26 20:02
100T still won't be winning anything anyway
2020-05-26 20:02
BIG brain Indians represent
2020-05-26 20:03
Valorant XD
2020-05-26 20:04
Let's go IMAPET, fuck EG in the ass por favor
2020-05-26 20:05
1 reply
+1
2020-05-26 20:14
Lmao
2020-05-26 20:05
dead team, dead game, rip imapet
2020-05-26 20:06
Valorant? Zrada
2020-05-26 20:06
2 replies
+1
2020-05-26 20:08
+1
2020-05-26 20:15
#21
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United Kingdom VOSSKi
coach for valorant?? xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2020-05-26 20:08
100T saved him just in time
2020-05-26 20:10
#23
N1K3RR | 
Finland sAA_
100T saved you from being a clown
2020-05-26 20:10
Cry is Free, Evil Geniuses
2020-05-26 20:12
1 reply
+1 for reply +1 for name
2020-05-26 21:28
savedddddddd, good to hear!
2020-05-26 20:14
XD
2020-05-26 20:14
Not the smartest idea to talk about valorant, he should've kept his mouth closed. Now if things don't go well for 100T everyone will have a reason to criticize and blame him.
2020-05-26 20:14
1 reply
#157
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Brazil drydden
Ikr it will look like it was his second choice, like he's only in 100T because his move to Valorant didn't work out
2020-06-05 01:38
Please destroy shit Evil Geniuses Stan and Tarik garbage players disgrace to NA plz crush them
2020-05-26 20:15
thankfully lmao
2020-05-26 20:15
Inb4 the whole team moves to valorant
2020-05-26 20:16
Huge thanks for 100T for saving ImAPet from shitty Chinese "game"
2020-05-26 20:17
2 replies
#98
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Serbia DjapeZ
+1
2020-05-26 22:58
game in double quotation sounds abit condescending
2020-05-27 01:31
What does RMR means?
2020-05-26 20:17
2 replies
#49
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Europe Theivze
Regional major rankings. It's for the major.
2020-05-26 20:38
1 reply
thanks mens))
2020-05-26 21:01
Saved lmaoo
2020-05-26 20:18
VALORANT? lololol
2020-05-26 20:18
VALORANT KEKW
2020-05-26 20:19
And some of these lower-tier teams aren't playing anything, like Envy, for example, so they have no reason to practice besides just playing to practice. I'm not sure if they are practicing right now. NIFTY LUL
2020-05-26 20:20
"thankfully" like he doesnt even wanted to sign with a valorant team lmao why even consider it
2020-05-26 20:22
3 replies
Sometimes you can't get the job that you want
2020-05-26 20:26
gotta make money somehow, even if he doesn't prefer/want the job
2020-05-26 21:38
Yeah why make money...
2020-05-26 21:41
#45
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Netherlands itsm
ImASnake
2020-05-26 20:29
#46
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Portugal dracø
#Saved
2020-05-26 20:34
#Saved
2020-05-26 20:35
ok
2020-05-26 20:41
hes feeling thank you
2020-05-26 20:44
Traitor. I will not forget this.
2020-05-26 20:45
#54
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Russia ToughGuy
VAL OMEGALUL RANT
2020-05-26 20:48
LOL
2020-05-26 20:48
One step away from ruining your life
2020-05-26 20:55
"But I definitely think they needed a roster change." Talking about EG. DAMN, even he thinks so
2020-05-26 21:01
NA AND VALORANT KEKW E K W
2020-05-26 21:02
1 reply
The dynamic duo
2020-05-26 21:19
VALORANT COACH XDDDD, PROBABLY FOR TSM HAHAHh
2020-05-26 21:06
1 reply
GM, not coach
2020-05-26 21:19
very good interview, very interesting look on how EG imploded, and how 100T will improve with this new coach
2020-05-26 21:10
FUCKING valorant WANTS TO TAKE AWAY EVERYTHING? I'll FUCKING BUY THE OWNERSHIP IT AND DELETE IT
2020-05-26 21:12
Orgs should stop letting the players control the roster. ImaPet wanted to do a roster change and then stanislaw and tarik kicked him and now they suck even more lmao.
2020-05-26 21:16
1 reply
Toruk and stanislul
2020-05-26 21:21
Interesting thoughts on both teams. EG desperately need a change. Don't know if Zews alone is enough. Same point I don't know that 100T really has the talent to ever rise pass where they are currently at. Borderline top 10 with one great player and a couple good ones. I understand you can't talk shit about your new team but EG has way more raw talent then 100T does. But I suppose you take what you can get.
2020-05-26 21:21
1 reply
+1 it would be so great if there were possibilities to trade couple players between
2020-05-26 21:40
Valorant is fucking NAs scene
2020-05-26 21:31
i will not be angry if whole NA scene players switch to valorant so whatever it was really noticeable that renegades lacking on tactics and shit. nice coach, i believe this is really strong improvement and big win for the team. looking forward for next matches
2020-05-26 21:38
Almost lost all respect that i have to ImApet but He choose a right way.
2020-05-26 21:41
3 replies
#88
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United States Phamous3k
You rather him be orgless, & no income? I don't think your respect or anyone's respect matters when someone is willing to pay him vs. not having a job at all. Luckily a CS org picked him up tbh...
2020-05-26 21:55
2 replies
Its a meme man, chill
2020-05-27 05:35
1 reply
#125
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United States Phamous3k
Got damn it... GG
2020-05-27 05:57
#84
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Russia amc20
Saved lol
2020-05-26 21:42
#86
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Russia SW@G_2
ImACuck at it again with the bullshit
2020-05-26 21:48
great interview and gives a very good inside look at whats happening inside these teams and just from his perspective. +10000 vry good
2020-05-26 22:17
Thank Mr Nadeshot for helping the NA scene
2020-05-26 22:24
at least he is honest "I will play whatever game I can get paid to play". refreshing to hear some realk talk!
2020-05-26 22:42
2030 S1mple: "I thought maybe teach cs:go team but new bomberman is out. So maybe I don't know. Also double speed very unbalanced in Bomberman so maybe ... I think either xyp0x or AZR. But I don't know. Maybe"
2020-05-26 23:14
SAVED
2020-05-26 23:23
#102
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United States jax9
Valorant sounds like a game from evil monopolizing organization.
2020-05-26 23:29
#103
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Malaysia Suno[t]
should have left
2020-05-26 23:36
#106
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Argentina XaiDN
Valorant destroy NA CS
2020-05-27 00:09
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#126
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United States Phamous3k
And whats left of Asia tbh
2020-05-27 06:00
1 reply
#156
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Argentina XaiDN
true
2020-05-28 11:28
AHAHAHAHAHAH
2020-05-27 01:33
VALORANT? LUL AQHAHAHAHAHAHAH He wont be part 100T for a long time
2020-05-27 03:59
LMAO good motivation there
2020-05-27 03:59
#123
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North America onionmesh
well you could be a T1.5 csgo coach or coach washed up valorant puggers
2020-05-27 05:18
How the fuck they managed top 5 last year not doing VOD reviews
2020-05-27 07:20
V A L O R A N T.hltv
2020-05-27 07:54
HOPE TO SEE somethiing new
2020-05-27 09:59
thinking about valorant so disgusting ewww
2020-05-27 11:02
Lost all respect
2020-05-27 16:21
#148
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Australia Xplicid
Tarik lost a world war who’d let him make decisions lmaoz
2020-05-27 16:47
New Name
2020-06-08 23:55
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