Twistzz: "I’m super motivated to get back; I really believe I can still be a top-five player"

The Canadian talent discusses Liquid's internal issues in 2020 and what he wants from his next team as he prepares to return to action.

Russel "⁠Twistzz⁠" Van Dulken was ducking behind the box in the B closet on Dust2 when he found himself alone against four MIBR players, the bomb ticking. It was an elimination match at the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals, in Montpellier, and the Brazilians were desperate to stop the bleeding after losing Mirage and falling behind 10-8 on the map. Twistzz had less than a 4% chance of winning that round, according to Skybox Technologies’ round prediction algorithm (currently seen in BLAST Premier tournaments). "There should be no way," commentator Anders Blume said before stopping abruptly in mid-sentence.

You know how the rest of the round played out.

It was the third-best highlight of 2019, a spectacular display of poise, composure and technique by the ninth-best player of that year.

Twistzz chuckles as I show him his reaction to that round. "Sit the f--k down," he shouted at the Brazilian players.

Twistzz was the ninth-best player of 2019 but struggled for form last year

The Canadian was on top of the world at the time, Liquid sitting at No.1 in the rankings. The ESL Pro League Finals would be the second in a streak of four events that the North Americans would win in 2019 en route to clinching the $1 million prize from Intel Grand Slam Season 2 in just 63 days (Astralis, by comparison, had required 232 days to complete the first Intel Grand Slam).

But such moments were hard to come by in 2020. Liquid won just one tournament all year — ESL Pro League Season 11 North America — as they often struggled against teams like FURIA and Evil Geniuses at home, while during their time in Europe, the best that they could do was reach one final. When the camera focused on him, Twistzz looked surprisingly detached at times, like he had lost his cockiness and swagger. As he confirmed his departure from the team after the IEM Global Challenge, relief was apparent in his words.

"When I think about how my energy was throughout the year, I think it comes down to the team environment," he tells HLTV.org. "There were still times when I was very hyped, like numerous matches against EG and our close matches against FURIA. Even at our bootcamp [in Europe], I was showing a lot of energy against teams like Astralis.

"I guess my confidence really took a toll throughout the year, especially in-game. There were rumors in July that I was almost replaced. That was true. That hurt my confidence a little bit, considering I felt like all the team needed was like a break. And the fact that changes were trying to be made behind player's backs. That was something that bothered me a lot."

Twistzz had already shown some signs of decline during the second half of 2019, when he had averaged a 1.07 LAN rating (down from 1.18 in the first eight months of the year). He later admitted, in the interview for his HLTV Top 20 article, that, during the final months of 2019, he "didn’t know how to feel good again in-game" and that every position or opportunity felt like "an impossible task". That trend continued in 2020, when he struggled against top-five and top-10 opponents (0.99 and 1.02 ratings). He ended the year with a 1.06 rating and failed to make the HLTV Top 20 after two consecutive appearances.

"I feel like I was not utilized as well as I could have been, especially throughout 2020," he explains. "It just led to a lot of downfalls. And there was this unhappy feeling in the team. Once certain people lose trust in one another, that also hurts confidence, or you lack respect from a person that you need it from. That also hurts confidence. I think that a lot of things went against me in 2020. I know I didn't put up the numbers that I was used to, but I still felt like I was trying to do my best."

Twistzz says that nitr0's departure affected him deeply

Twistzz adds that it became even harder to shake the feeling of isolation when Nick "⁠nitr0⁠" Cannella, his closest friend in the squad and a teammate for more than three years, left the team in the summer before eventually moving to VALORANT.

"The reason it affected me so much was that he was the person I was the closest to on the team," he explains. "I would always talk to him outside of the game, we would play games together. He was like an older brother to me. And when he left, it kind of felt like I had no one in the team. I always felt like I could go to Nick. We’d talk about problems and we’d help each other out. And that was gone, unfortunately, after the first player break."

With nitr0 out of the picture, the captaincy was given to Jake "⁠Stewie2K⁠" Yip, who shared the AWPing duties with Keith "⁠NAF⁠" Markovic. Meanwhile, Michael "⁠Grim⁠" Wince was brought in as the final piece of the team, while coach Eric "⁠adreN⁠" Hoag was replaced by Jason "⁠moses⁠" O'Toole. This would have perhaps been the perfect time for the team to test things out and find the right balance, but Twistzz claims that making him comfortable in the game was never a priority for the team. His suggestions, he adds, were often dismissed.

"Making me more utilized was never a goal that people had in mind," he says. "I think that happened when moses joined the team. He really wanted to get me more involved in everything, and I felt like I was putting up better numbers, at least I was playing better in practice. But unfortunately, certain relationships in the team didn’t get solved just by him joining. A coach can only do so much. I think he did everything he could given what was happening in terms of Stewie being the in-game leader and me feeling unutilized.

"There was a period when I actually wanted to be the primary AWPer of the team since my confidence rifling was down, I felt like I could fill the role well and have a constant presence with the AWP. Unfortunately, this idea was shut down numerous times, even though the people that were AWPing wanted to entry or have a bigger impact rifling. It was pretty disappointing considering we weren't doing that well in North America and it would have been the best time to try something new. AWPing isn't something new to me."

Twistzz enjoyed some days off in October — when it was announced that Liquid would skip the first stage of BLAST Premier Fall Series — to move to a new home but also to take what he described as "a mental break". It was around that time that he had his first talk with the organisation about the issues in the team and his growing feeling of discontent and frustration.

"The conclusion I came up with would be to see how the bootcamp [in Europe] went, see how the team operated, if it was like a healthy and positive environment, if it was a good thing to move forward with them," he says. "But the bootcamp actually ended up being pretty bad in terms of our usual atmosphere. It was pretty underwhelming. And that was pretty much what made me make the final decision."

Liquid posted middling results during the final stretch of the season. The team couldn't get past the BLAST Premier Fall Showdown and went out of DreamHack Masters Winter without a single victory. Against all expectations, they managed to reach the final of the IEM Global Challenge, which they lost to old foes Astralis.

Liquid’s Vlog from the European bootcamp shows to some extent the disconnect between Twistzz and the rest of the team. In the video, it was noticeable how he kept to himself and only rarely took part in social activities or had interactions with his teammates outside of the game. Did he feel like the odd one out in the team?

"That actually is like how I felt quite a bit throughout the year, even when we were winning," he says. "It leaves quite a bit of emptiness, not feeling like you’re really a part of the team. I think it could have stemmed from my stomach issues. I had a very specific diet I had to follow and I couldn’t eat at the restaurants my team was eating at. They would eat fast food and stuff like that, and I couldn’t eat with them.

"It kind of led to me not being with the team. They would have other hobbies that I wasn’t interested in or didn’t want to partake in. And that wasn’t my group, I guess. It doesn’t help when you’re trying to be with the team and you want to eat with them, especially after a match. There was a situation at the Berlin Major, after a close series against mousesports. It was a very happy win for us. And I instantly had to go be on my own because they all went to a fast food restaurant. It’s a pretty sad feeling."

Reaching one last final with the team, in the IEM Global Challenge, "felt like a good ending" to his story with Liquid. "I kind of put everything past me and just wanted to play a good final," Twistzz says of his last match, against Astralis, in which he put up a team-high 1.02 rating.

It is hard for him not to linger on what went wrong or what could have been done differently — "if people had used the player break in July as a way to relax, wind down and rethink about the online season, maybe that 2019 Grand Slam team would still be here; maybe bootcamping in North America would have actually made the difference for the team" —, but as he closes the book on a long and successful spell with Liquid, he also wants to find the positives. Like those moments when the team felt invincible.

Twistzz says that he has "a lot of great memories" from his time with Liquid

"There are a lot of great memories," he says. "Like when we were on a tear, we were just talking about, 'Who’s lifting the trophy next?'. It was always a funny conversation. I remember when we were lifting trophies every weekend, there was just so much positivity. We were never scared of any team.

"We lost to North in a group stage, and we didn’t even think about it. 'Oh nice, another lower bracket run. Here we go'. And that was kind of our mentality, even when we declined the invitation to ESL One Cologne 2019 due to the hectic schedule. And then we had to qualify for it. We were facing elimination from the qualifier against forZe. And it’s crazy to believe that we won that event."


These days, Twistzz can be seen streaming FPL games on his Twitch channel. He wants to make sure that he’ll be in tip-top shape when the time is right. "As much as FPL may not be the greatest place to improve, it’s definitely a way to make sure your aim is still the best it can be," he says. "I feel like I’ve been performing, I’m pretty good in FPL. So I’m super motivated to get back." He sees his future in Europe, where all the biggest competitions will be held in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic, even if some sense of normalcy returns this year. "I think I’ll be competing in Europe for the next three years or so. There’s only so much you can do in North America right now. I don’t have any plans to rejoin an NA team."

Twistzz does not put a timetable on his return to action, but it should happen sooner rather than later. He is coy when asked about the reports linking him with FaZe, but the international team, who have also been credited with an interest in Finn "⁠karrigan⁠" Andersen, seem to tick all the right boxes.

"My goal is definitely to have a good in-game leader, that’s like a priority," he says, before praising FaZe’s core trio. "broky transitioned to AWPing in 2020, I think he has shown himself as a top AWPer. I’ve always thought that coldzera is really, really good. Maybe 2020 was a bit bumpy for him individually, but I think he definitely stood out in the first half of the year. I think rain just needs a more stable team environment to shine again."

Twistzz will be hopeful that a deal can be worked out in time for the BLAST Premier Spring Groups: As fate would have it, FaZe’s first match in the tournament will be against none other than Liquid. Not that Twistzz needs any extra motivation, though. He’s already eager to get back playing and return to his glory days. To prove that he can still be the player that we saw in 2018 and 2019, the one who pulled off impossible clutches and taunted opponents afterwards.

"I really believe that I can still be a top-five player, for sure," he says. "That is, as long as I’m given the freedom to do whatever I need to perform, then I think that’s there. Because that’s what I was able to do in 2018. When I wanted to pick up the AWP, I could do it. I had a lot of freedom and I think that’s something that needs to be given to me, for me to perform again."

United States Nick 'nitr0' Cannella
Nick 'nitr0' Cannella
Age:
25
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
1323
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.66
Canada Keith 'NAF' Markovic
Keith 'NAF' Markovic
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1357
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.63
United States Eric 'adreN' Hoag
Eric 'adreN' Hoag
Age:
30
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.00
Maps played:
663
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.65
United States Michael 'Grim' Wince
Michael 'Grim' Wince
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.08
Maps played:
676
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.68
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
31
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1781
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
Canada Russel 'Twistzz' Van Dulken
Russel 'Twistzz' Van Dulken
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.12
Maps played:
1135
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.62
United States Jake 'Stewie2K' Yip
Jake 'Stewie2K' Yip
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.02
Maps played:
1332
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.68
gl in faze
2021-01-30 14:30
21 replies
#4
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United States Yabashira
insane player
2021-01-30 14:30
7 replies
Twistzz was an absolute monster anchor for Liquid for two years and he would've rather been playing a more involved role. Imagine Twistzz being able to have freedom around the map. If he is able to join a team with great chemistry like Astralis he will be top 20 for sure this year. However, I worry that joining EU teams like Faze will limit Twistzz from building chemistry with the team due to English not being everyone's first language. Good luck Russ!
2021-01-30 14:59
6 replies
Everyone on faze speaks pretty good English
2021-01-30 15:31
I understand the language barrier, but I'd say nearly all EU teams are fluent in English, and most international teams like Faze use it as their main language. Plus if Twistzz can survive FPL in Germany I think he'll be fine lmao
2021-01-30 15:55
Lmao, so what language do you think Faze is using now???
2021-01-30 16:28
2 replies
Press mouse3 to ping this location.
2021-01-30 17:14
1 reply
"Enemy spotted"
2021-01-30 17:16
#109
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United States ReynaMain
Well I think all of faze can speak English pretty well from this video youtube.com/watch?v=WbK9KPkCRuk at 8:03 This video was a couple of months ago so their English is probably a bit better
2021-01-30 16:58
if they dont get an igl they will disband very soon
2021-01-30 14:31
11 replies
they get +twist +karrigan, - olof -kjaerBYE. Its ez title contender team with that new fire power.
2021-01-30 15:02
10 replies
+1 not bad
2021-01-30 15:23
No its a 6th man roster said cold
2021-01-30 15:40
4 replies
no kjaerbye kick then maybe
2021-01-30 16:10
KjaerBye deleted all of faze's team members from steam. Olof wants to retire. So no 6 man roster, atleast not with these 2 bots
2021-01-30 16:26
2 replies
That's a myth. He never added them
2021-01-30 16:43
1 reply
why on earth would you not add your teamm8s on steam. That does not make any sense at all. Plus somebody watched the server of faze's scrimmage and it clearly showed twist instead of kjaerBYE
2021-01-30 17:07
olof coach maybe
2021-01-30 15:49
3 replies
I think Olof is very tired of the game. Dont think he will move to a position right next to it in short time. mayber later on
2021-01-30 16:31
2 replies
why would you when they practice on their private server where you just connect via ip, and if they play pugs together they just go on faceit
2021-01-30 17:47
1 reply
You communicate via steam ?!?!?! Atleast I always had my teamm8s as steam friends. Anyway, Faze just proved my point by benching kjaerBYE
2021-01-31 13:32
#90
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Netherlands TyStackz
TOP 5 PLAYER AHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
2021-01-30 16:17
#2
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India OOFmiester
Faze down Navi TOP 1
2021-01-30 14:30
4 replies
#27
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India xEleanorex
FAZE PGL MAJOR 2021 WINNERS
2021-01-30 14:52
3 replies
#120
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India _Jazz_
I would be so happy for rain :)
2021-01-30 18:35
2 replies
+1
2021-01-30 19:12
me for my boy broky and twist...
2021-01-30 23:57
#3
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Jordan Zereeni
gl
2021-01-30 14:30
fallen better player
2021-01-30 14:30
#6
flusha | 
Spain IMV_
Let's see where he goes and how he can perform!
2021-01-30 14:31
#8
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Germany cya_in_10
top 5 player axaxaxaxaxax
2021-01-30 14:31
11 replies
kkkkkkkkkkk
2021-01-30 14:32
xD
2021-01-30 14:34
#39
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Indonesia woooi15
ill come back and laugh at u 1 year later
2021-01-30 15:06
2 replies
cya in 10
2021-01-30 15:09
1 reply
#85
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Lithuania andy_
cya in 1
2021-01-30 16:10
#53
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Estonia qoznyyy
? even baitF got top 6 so i guess anything is possible and that guy didnt deserve it
2021-01-30 15:15
hahhaha, he has never been a top 5 player
2021-01-30 15:28
#92
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Netherlands TyStackz
+1, he wasn't even better than EliGE & NAF in his team, what's he capping about lmao.
2021-01-30 16:18
#119
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Chile cristiaan
hahahaha
2021-01-30 18:11
I believe he can be a top5 player ...in FaZe
2021-01-30 20:03
Why not? Twistz is a beast. When in shape, he’s one of he best aimers of the game. Aim is not everything but if he can consistently win duels he can for sure carry a lot of games and achieve top 5
2021-01-31 10:42
One of the best.
2021-01-30 14:31
TWISTZZ: "I’M SUPER MOTIVATED TO GET BACK; I REALLY BELIEVE I CAN STILL BE A TIER-FIVE PLAYER"
2021-01-30 14:32
1 reply
+1
2021-01-30 15:04
beast
2021-01-30 14:32
currently the best raw aimer IMO good luck
2021-01-30 14:32
6 replies
no
2021-01-30 15:10
2 replies
Ropz bestest
2021-01-30 15:12
1 reply
true
2021-01-30 15:14
"raw aimer" Wtf he shoots at opponents using real ak47?
2021-01-30 15:51
1 reply
=D
2021-01-30 17:55
#83
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Denmark Notallama
rain > twistzz
2021-01-30 16:05
#14
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Japan Laira
top 5 player if there are only 5 players in the world
2021-01-30 14:32
this guy makes me horny :)(:
2021-01-30 14:32
2 replies
#93
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United States Hubterbean
Congrats!
2021-01-30 16:20
Same
2021-02-01 05:08
#16
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Other TribeX5
gl wherever you end up, i know you will bring big asset to the team.
2021-01-30 14:33
gl
2021-01-30 14:34
"My goal is definitely to have a good in-game leader, that’s like a priority" - stew exposed
2021-01-30 14:35
2 replies
+1.bot2k getting exposed by his teammates now. Haha
2021-01-30 16:57
1 reply
Think we all agreed anyway that stew wasn't a great IGL Do agree with what twistzz says about confidence and team chemistry though, it's a shame because he was a monster before nitro left. Hopefully a new team and being put in his preferred roles can see his stock rise again
2021-01-31 16:56
don't go to FAZE
2021-01-30 14:35
Honoris looking for member
2021-01-30 14:36
#22
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Australia B_Tannen
Hopefully this talent isn’t wasted,
2021-01-30 14:38
When he was top-five player?
2021-01-30 14:38
1 reply
+1
2021-01-30 14:55
Top 5 player lol
2021-01-30 14:38
russel top 1 2020 check hltv
2021-01-30 14:39
coldzera also said he wanted to become best player again when he joined faze, look where he is now faze is just a graveyard and I doubt any roster change will revive it
2021-01-30 14:44
3 replies
-kjaerbye = ez major wins tho so I wouldnt be much worried
2021-01-30 14:52
#31
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United States poL_aris
PLS JOIN OG RUSS replace BOT ISSAA
2021-01-30 14:53
+karrigan = ez Top 1 + era
2021-01-30 15:10
Never was a top 5 player though
2021-01-30 14:53
GL
2021-01-30 14:53
waiting you to join Faze & Karrigan also
2021-01-30 14:54
#33
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Europe Cirros_V2
U already r top 5! Gl
2021-01-30 14:55
gl in faze
2021-01-30 14:58
I hope he gets into a good team because he's still insane, better than a lot of the players in the current top 5 teams
2021-01-30 15:07
wooow. gotta buy his stickers!
2021-01-30 15:07
#42
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Europe savaj
twistz definitely can frag, unlike shakerbye or olof. Twistz can play as a support and deliver frags, he is reliable and consistent. It would be a very good replacement for Kjaerbye.
2021-01-30 15:07
Dont go to faze, they just kill careers.
2021-01-30 15:11
#47
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Denmark urm@m
too much excuses. He had a lucky 2 years and his true skill showed.
2021-01-30 15:11
1 reply
lmao
2021-01-30 15:33
GL
2021-01-30 15:12
Bazrarit
2021-01-30 15:13
#51
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Brazil Gunzel
He was never top-5 player wtf
2021-01-30 15:14
#54
ropz | 
Europe xOwen
gl men cya in blast!
2021-01-30 15:16
#55
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Lithuania Airforlife
He would be top5 player in NA with 5 players competing :D overrated dogshit
2021-01-30 15:19
STILL be a top 5 player? that's pretty delusional.
2021-01-30 15:20
LOL Top 50 at its best
2021-01-30 15:21
Him saying he still believes he can be a top 5 player isn’t him saying he was a top 5 player in the past you degens. It’s him saying he still believes he can become one in the future, and honestly if put in the right role to shine with a proper IGL he definitely can. Talk your shit now and let him prove you wrong later.
2021-01-30 15:22
It will be so sweet to see HLTV mald when twistzz gets back his form
2021-01-30 15:24
top5 KKKKKKKK gl when top4 are basically locked in each year
2021-01-30 15:25
Am I the only one who is mad about twistzz needed to eat alone? The team can easily eat with him and they did not. This is just so sad and I believe those specific diets won't be like vegan or something like that.
2021-01-30 15:29
3 replies
It's one of the best part of being team to share meal with your mates. I don't see any reason, why they couldn't eat at normal places with him. Moreover he has stomach issues. I was really sad about that fact
2021-01-30 15:42
He is vegan (said it himself in the Vlog I linked)
2021-01-30 15:43
1 reply
well, I still think the team can go to some places where it has vegan meal available, instead of being like "Well Russ u go to eat by yourself then"
2021-01-31 05:03
Wish him best luck! I'm sure, he will shine under karrigan's capitance
2021-01-30 15:33
hes in faze. kjaerbye left faze clan group himself from steam and unfriend all (himself i know cuz players like neo are still in that faze clan group) tbh typical danish toxic something goes wrong blames on team and suddenly hates all of them. toxic place to live, toxic country produces toxic people easy correlation.
2021-01-30 15:36
4 replies
Sorry but Faze is pure bullshit. Shit squad shit org shit everywhere.
2021-01-30 15:48
1 reply
+1
2021-01-30 16:53
wdym something goes wrong, they literally kicked him after he. moved out of his home in denmark to prac with them
2021-01-30 16:12
1 reply
so what he gotta get all salty and toxic remove everyone instantly leave group? LOL thats some sad shit.
2021-01-30 17:12
Gl
2021-01-30 15:36
''i can still be a top five player'' He was never HLTV top 5 lul.
2021-01-30 15:47
If you join a team you are a top 5 player anyway cuz you are the 5 best of the 5 man lineup.
2021-01-30 15:48
#75
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Russia mshkoda
Gl
2021-01-30 15:48
#79
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Indonesia FinZzz
You aint gonna be top5 as long as zywoo s1mple device niko electronic magisk and ropz are playing
2021-01-30 15:52
Faze Twistzz
2021-01-30 15:57
if he joins Faze as a support player how is he expecting to be a top 5 player... hes going to be Colds new Taco
2021-01-30 15:58
His raw skill always impressed me when he was under the liquid banner, good luck sir.
2021-01-30 16:12
got another reason to hate stewie.
2021-01-30 16:13
If you are better than ZyWho then Top#10 should be no problem Top3 this year for sure!
2021-01-30 16:16
#91
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Turkey RENNNDER
MAD
2021-01-30 16:18
With that hair I believe in anything you do mr twistzz
2021-01-30 16:23
When you regain the mental edge I believe you can do anything Mr. Van Dulken All the best, and good luck in your new team
2021-01-30 16:34
FInally Faze woke up and will be dominant team again, on paper such an insane team. Everyone is more srs with in game leaders after fails when guys like flusha/shox/niko got forced into being igl it seems
2021-01-30 16:35
#100
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World Beard43
I think he'll be a good fit in FaZe. He's definitely top 5 team worthy regardless of whether he can be a top 5 player or not.
2021-01-30 16:36
i can be top1 aswell. But not super motivated :(
2021-01-30 16:41
+1 if you so damn horny to twistzz hair?
2021-01-30 16:47
#104
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Poland SebL
I don't know, honestly he has been looking so bad for a pretty long time that it won't be easy to comeback to that form. But GL.
2021-01-30 16:52
Bot2k exposed.
2021-01-30 16:57
eating at fastfood restaurants when berlin.. kek
2021-01-30 17:02
IGL ? lack of potential
2021-01-30 17:46
gl russ <3
2021-01-30 17:49
#123
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Saudi Arabia Xpicyy
FaZe up boys
2021-01-30 19:16
He is really talented but consistency has never been his cup of tea. And in the current iteration, Faze is a bad choice if you are looking for stability. They desperately need an igl. Best of luck though :)
2021-01-30 20:02
The only NA player deserve top5 is Elige. Even Naf better than this
2021-01-30 20:02
Should've kept nitr0, once he left shit never quite recovered, eh?
2021-01-30 21:06
delusional
2021-01-30 23:04
#130
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Europe t.o.p
I like Twistzz but that's a lot of excuses
2021-01-30 23:28
as i said, my sexy boy join team.. we need only karrygun.
2021-01-30 23:54
ez4him
2021-01-30 23:55
PauseChamp
2021-01-31 01:34
you can do it twistzz!!! <3
2021-01-31 06:11
Faze becoming top 5 with this roster ^__^ never gonna happen
2021-01-31 06:12
Twistzz says that nitr0's departure affected him deeply Fck
2021-01-31 07:45
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KappaPride
2021-01-31 14:38
good luck god
2021-01-31 08:01
to sum it up, twitzz doesn't like stewie2k
2021-01-31 10:53
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+1 all this behind the back stuff sounds familiar too
2021-01-31 13:53
twistzzz hot
2021-01-31 13:54
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