FaNg: "I'm trying to be one of the best players in the world, and there's no half-assing that at all"

We spoke to the Extra Salt rifler after his team qualified for ESL Pro League Season 15 via the Conference.

Justin "⁠FaNg⁠" Coakley is about mark his one year anniversary with Extra Salt, the first team where he was offered the chance to compete internationally, and his first playing at a level outside of just ESEA Premier in North America. The 19-year-old made an early impression at the start of the year as, in his second-ever European tournament appearance, he earned the MVP medal for the FunSpark ULTI Europe Final, averaging a 1.19 rating over 12 maps.

FaNg is the only North American player to have won an MVP award this year

Although the team struggled in their other European tournament bids, they were tearing things up domestically in North America for the first six months of the year, and were widely regarded as the best team in the region outside of Liquid, Evil Geniuses, and FURIA, who were all competing primarily in Europe. However, in recent months, results have taken a slight turn for the worse as the team missed out on PGL Major Stockholm after an early exit from IEM Fall, and also failed to directly qualify for ESL Pro League via Premier, prompting changes to the roster as Ricky "⁠floppy⁠" Kemery replaced Aran "⁠Sonic⁠" Groesbeek.

In their final European trip to round out the year and with their new roster at the ready, Extra Salt showcased renewed vigor, going undefeated in ESL Pro League Season 15 Conference with wins over Sprout, Renegades, and MAD Lions to qualify for the main league, which kicks off in March 2022. After the players returned home, HLTV spoke to FaNg to get his thoughts on how the year has gone for Extra Salt, as well as for some insight into his mentality, growing from being an inexperienced player to taking part in European events. He also shared his mindset regarding Josh "⁠oSee⁠" Ohm's reported departure to Liquid, and what it has been like playing alongside the superstar.

You just qualified for ESL Pro League. It's been a relatively long road, you missed out on it twice already this year, so talk to me about going to Europe for this event and finally making it through, flawlessly at that.

Making it through the Conference, especially in first place not losing a single series, definitely was really big for our team. We've had a rocky start, we've been trying to make Pro League for a while now. We've been considered favorites every single time and we just fell short.

Coming into the Conference, especially having to play against the European competition and all that, made our road a little bit harder, but I'm really happy we made it this way and I think we all learned from it and had our takeaways, and when it mattered the most we all performed.

This qualification has been a bit of a bounce back from you all. You started the year pretty strong winning everything domestically, and then you went to Europe and played decently there, you even won the MVP at FunSpark even though you lost the event. Can you talk me through that first portion of the year?

The first half of the year I think was way more of a learning experience for our team, especially me. Coming into Europe, I think we were kind of going through growing pains in a way, or more so just figuring out how everyone liked to play, the style we liked to play, and seeing how that transitioned into playing against European teams.

During FunSpark and some of those European events, we started coming into our own, especially me. I just started getting that experience down, being more confident, the team was more confident in general. That honestly just rollercoastered and allowed us to start just running through different events and taking wins. Once that started to slow down, teams started to slowly catch on to our playstyle, how we like to play. I think antistratting was a big thing, especially toward the end portion of Europe and also coming back to NA.

For you especially, this was your first real experience on big team, and your first experience in Europe. What has that jump up been like for you?

The jump up was definitely really high. At first I was mainly just picking up from my teammates and stuff when I joined. I would always be asking questions, following through with different things I want to test or work on after or before practice to get the best feel for myself in game and be the most comfortable, and get myself up to a normal standard with the rest of my teammates. I would always work super hard on that.

Coming to Europe, I knew that I would have to test the waters and then just constantly be grinding still. We would scrim six times a day on normal practice days, and I would try and soak in and learn as much as I could so I could play FPL right after, and just make sure my individual level was really good and get it up to par with the Europeans, and make sure my confidence is there too obviously since I haven't played there. I think that was just a recipe for success because it allowed me to have my confidence and truly believe in me and the rest of my team, that I could perform, that my team could perform in whatever situation may be.

floppy and JT both touched on you having a pretty good work ethic in terms of watching demos on your own and trying to improve your mechanics. What motivates you to put that effort in? It's not necessarily something you see from a lot of NA players coming up.

I think it's just the type of person I am. When I told myself I want to go pro in Counter-Strike, it's something where... I'm not trying to go pro just to make a living, or win maybe a tournament or so, I'm trying to win everything. I'm trying to be one of the best players in the world, I'm trying to be in the best team in the world, and there's no half-assing that area at all. If I'm going to put in the work for it, I'm going to put everything I can.

It's something similar to Kobe, or some of the NBA players I look up to, when they're playing, they don't want to finish their careers and have regret looking back on it, so I just want to do everything I can and be one of the best players I can be.

With being one of the best players obviously comes playing in top tier international LANs, and that isn't something you've really done, even playing at more local LANs with decent teams.

Yeah, I've only played at two Toronto LANs, but nothing like a Fragadelphia or anything.

Going forward with LANs coming back now, what is your outlook like as you prepare to go into some of those tournaments against good teams?

I'm super excited to play, honestly. If I have any chance to play at a tier one LAN, it's going to be really exciting not only for me, but also my team. Personally I think if I'm playing on LAN, it's just going to elevate my gameplay and my team around me too because I'm someone who, when I'm comfortable with my team, believing in them, I get really hype, especially in a LAN environment, and it'll just be really exciting to play with a crowd.

You've been on Extra Salt for the whole year, so you've seen all the roster changes, initially with motm going out with some role overlaps with you, MarKE coming in, and more recently with floppy coming back in place of Sonic. How did those changes play out on the team from your side?

The move with motm I wasn't involved too much with. Obviously the rest of the team had played with Ian a lot longer than me, and I think they kind of know his strengths, his weaknesses, and they know the style that I bring and the kind of player I am. They definitely saw I could easily play those kind of roles, and going into the change it's something where I can't necessarily talk about or comment, I also don't know the full, full story. Once Ian was removed from the team they basically told me that I could step into all those roles essentially, which are the roles I'm comfortable with.

Then the Sonic change, that was honestly something where we needed someone to be a little bit more vocal toward our bombsites and more vocal on the map in general. Someone like MarKE or Sonic, they're a little bit more quiet or more reserved when they're playing, so having that kind of voice and someone that can have more direction that's needed toward their bombsites and stuff like that really helps with the cohesion of the rest of the team as a unit. Our reactions are fast and people are quick to do something while communicating with the rest of the boys.

FaNg praised floppy's individual decision-making ability

Expanding on that a little more, what has floppy brought to the team along with some of the factors you just touched on, in terms of his immediate impact coming back into the game?

Playing with Ricky has been really good. I knew him before, I've never played on a team with him, but coming into the team he has a good attitude, he's a hard worker as well, that's always really good. He meshes with the team really well, he's someone who can be vocal when he needs to be, he's also someone who's not afraid to make his own decisions, make his own plays, but just be vocal doing it, so there's a good balance between that. He's really flexible with what he likes to do, it's just really good to have on a team.

You also have oSee on your team, who's obviously regarded as North America's best AWPer right now, one of our biggest prospects. He's rumored to be heading to Liquid for 2022, but I'm curious on the impact he's had on you this past year, having that stable presence to play off of, and what the potential of losing him does for next year?

Josh is definitely one of the best teammates I've ever had in terms of when I first joined the team, he was just there guiding me a bit. He kind of has no ego in a way, he can help me, and he's a really good friend and teammate. We'd always make setups together, and it was really easy to play with him because the way we communicate is free-flowing, talking to each other like we're just friends and stuff, so it made it really easy to play with him. And obviously he's super individually skilled, so it made it ten times easier to play with a player like that.

In terms of the Liquid stuff, I don't really think about that. I kind of relate to sports, where you just do your job, try and do the best you can, and some people might get offers, this and that might happen, but you don't know what's going to happen until it happens. If it does happen, I wish Josh good luck and everything because he's one of the boys and I'll always be really close with him, but at the same time you know, I'm just here, like I said I'm here to win, and I'm just trying to be the best player I can be.

You had a few opportunities earlier this year with tournaments like DreamHack Spring to play some top teams, but you're now guaranteed to have a chance later in 2022 at EPL. There'll be a lot of the top teams there, so looking forward, how are you feeling leading up to that?

I'm excited. It's going to be really fun playing against any of the top teams, and slowly getting that experience under our belts. Especially if it's in any form on LAN, it's going to help ten times more. Just having the opportunity to play against those teams and players that you in a way have looked up to for a while, or players that you've even met or scrimmed, it's just going to be nice getting on that kind of level. I'm hoping to have a good showing so that we can actually keep that run of form and start getting on the same level as those guys.

Are there any teams or players specifically that you look up to, or draw inspiration from?

There's definitely a few, mainly some of the NA guys like Stewie, NAF, and Twistzz. NiKo is also definitely someone I've admired in his own right, and then some of the legends, some of the guys who've played for a while. Some of the guys from Vitality like apEX, FaZe too, karrigan, rain, all the Astralis guys, it would just be really crazy to actually play some of them at a tier one event.

United States Josh 'oSee' Ohm
Josh 'oSee' Ohm
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.11
Maps played:
1007
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.63
South Africa Aran 'Sonic' Groesbeek
Aran 'Sonic' Groesbeek
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
940
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.64
United States Ricky 'floppy' Kemery
Ricky 'floppy' Kemery
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
724
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
Canada Justin 'FaNg' Coakley
Justin 'FaNg' Coakley
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
562
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.68
#1
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Armenia KotpeHead
so cute! :3
2021-12-08 21:52
34 replies
FaNg: 1 2021 MVP Zywoo: 0 2021 MVP So ez for god FaNg
2021-12-08 22:00
33 replies
#39
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Tonga Iuca5
+1 FaNg > ZyWho? in HLTV Top 20
2021-12-08 22:13
18 replies
Fang deserves a better team, true NA only hope after fallen left lulquid
2021-12-08 22:35
17 replies
#51
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Tonga Iuca5
ES have the most potential out of any NA team, -oSee to liquid +junior also -Tc +any tier 1 coach and then this team will be best NA team over liquid and EG return
2021-12-08 22:40
3 replies
+1
2021-12-09 08:29
Tc best coach wtf u mean?
2021-12-09 10:05
#187
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United States 1Brian
TC is an amazing coach, no need to cut him
2021-12-09 18:48
osee deserves a better team floppy deserves a better team fang deserves a better team oh wait that makes a good team!
2021-12-08 22:44
9 replies
#60
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Germany yannxbr
oh liquid here you go
2021-12-08 23:00
add in NAF and a real igl and this is a top 10 team
2021-12-08 23:23
7 replies
#86
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Slovakia Daev0n
JT, nitr0, daps or seang@res
2021-12-09 00:31
3 replies
#152
ropz | 
Germany Chexa
DAPS 2022 OMEGALUL
2021-12-09 12:05
1 reply
#160
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Slovakia Daev0n
DAPS GOD
2021-12-09 13:14
none of the igl's you mentioned will make a team top10 in current meta sry
2021-12-09 13:32
#114
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Australia poppyxox
JT is good but just not at a tier 1 level really, and probably won’t ever achieve that unfortunately
2021-12-09 04:25
2 replies
him and t.c are tactically insane though, i feel like he focuses too much on calling
2021-12-09 15:05
1 reply
#195
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Australia poppyxox
How are they tactically insane lmao I don’t see that at all
2021-12-11 05:09
Did Fallen leave or get kicked out the door?
2021-12-09 03:25
2 replies
I dare say a bit of both
2021-12-09 07:13
He's trying to make an all brazilian team with his old teammates at SK hltv.org/news/32769/fallen-and-coldzera-..
2021-12-09 08:36
literally such a stupid MVP, stole it from xantares 100%
2021-12-08 23:04
5 replies
Had better stats than xantares as an entry fragger nt
2021-12-08 23:40
4 replies
yes? by a super small margin and didnt even win the fucking event. also played 3 less maps, so stats affected possibly positively xantares won the event, he deserved the mvp. such a shit mvp for fang
2021-12-09 15:19
3 replies
More to stats than just rating fang had way more impact than xantares and considering the final was decide by 1 round multiple times its no hard to see why fang got it
2021-12-09 20:54
2 replies
doesnt matter to me, i will never agree with your view of the situation since i overall dont believe the MVP should ever go to the team that didnt even win
2021-12-09 20:57
1 reply
Fair enough lol but the only stat xantares had over fang for the event was that he died less because fang is an entry
2021-12-09 20:59
#85
FaNg | 
Canada JC_123
+11111111111
2021-12-09 00:31
lmao +1
2021-12-09 01:44
+1
2021-12-09 02:13
#132
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Turkey razendd_
hltv.org/stats?event=5454 Xantares 15 Map 1.16 FanG 12 Map 1.19 I think Xantares deserved it. They won the tournament against them. Xantares was the MVP of the match hltv.org/matches/2347945/extra-salt-vs-b..
2021-12-09 10:04
3 replies
2021-12-09 10:29
+1 its genuinely the biggest mvp steal ive seen
2021-12-09 15:20
#182
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United States R700
It was the impact that decided the vote. Rating combined with win xantares should have won. Problem is, ES only got that far because of fang impact kills. The "eye test" shows fang should have gotten it. Even though xantares secured the win.
2021-12-09 16:41
+1 lulz
2021-12-09 11:40
good luck to him, i guess wonder if he'll develop
2021-12-08 21:51
#3
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United States _SaltY
Go fang and ES
2021-12-08 21:52
11 replies
#7
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United States Rayduh
Not if they lose both oSee and floppy
2021-12-08 21:53
10 replies
#36
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United States 3manu3l
Floppy probably goin to stay in es
2021-12-08 22:08
9 replies
#44
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United States K1r1to
-oSee +Sonic
2021-12-08 22:24
5 replies
#80
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Canada Femtal
Junior more likely
2021-12-09 00:21
4 replies
#124
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United States Jeebur
fang has issues with juniors ethic so could be cooper
2021-12-09 07:41
3 replies
Wasn't Cooper playing valorant tho? Idk much about the na scene so I might be wrong
2021-12-09 13:36
2 replies
He came back recently
2021-12-09 14:58
#184
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United States Jeebur
People are where the money is right now. A ton of people like floppy like cs more than valorant so when there is money in cs theyd rather take that. There just hasnt been opportunities in the game they prefer.
2021-12-09 17:57
#97
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Germany JonnyEGood
floopy clood9
2021-12-09 01:23
2 replies
they tried that before,C9 only lasted a few months.
2021-12-09 03:28
1 reply
a few hype months is enough. NA CS is on life support.
2021-12-09 18:01
hmm
2021-12-08 21:52
0/8
2021-12-08 21:52
3 replies
name and flag checks out
2021-12-09 04:19
#142
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Poland hsal
Never be roxic to someone who is ambitious
2021-12-09 11:36
1 reply
+1 If you're playing professionally and not trying to become one of the best, you are it wrong.
2021-12-09 16:10
#6
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United States Rayduh
2021: FaNg 1 MVP ZywOo & NiKo 0
2021-12-08 21:52
2 replies
Fr
2021-12-08 21:57
#31
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Brazil Elakk
goat!
2021-12-08 22:07
#8
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Korea hi882363
FaNg top1 player 2077 I promise
2021-12-08 21:54
6 replies
Who ?
2021-12-08 21:54
4 replies
#14
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Korea hi882363
Justin Coakley
2021-12-08 21:55
2 replies
still don't know who
2021-12-08 21:56
1 reply
#16
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Korea hi882363
google.com/ hope it can help you
2021-12-08 21:57
#171
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Netherlands IJesuZzzz
+1
2021-12-09 15:00
#27
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South Africa Ston3Cold
OMEGALUL!
2021-12-08 22:01
#9
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Serbia eliiiiii_
we all are
2021-12-08 21:54
1 reply
im not
2021-12-09 00:30
FaNg to NaVi
2021-12-08 21:54
#13
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Ukraine futplxyer
2021-12-08 21:55
6 replies
My goat
2021-12-08 22:01
#35
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Brazil de_lite
holy shit that kid got destroyed
2021-12-08 22:08
waow he popped off
2021-12-08 22:21
2021-12-08 22:47
what did jks do
2021-12-09 01:27
Stamina 0.47 rating playing in Strife and talking about Extra Salt hahaha what a fat idiot
2021-12-09 05:49
gl to ES, competitor in t2 events, hopefully they can improve.
2021-12-08 21:57
#20
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Sweden J0nTz
Who?
2021-12-08 21:57
Don't know how people can't like this guy. He is dedicated.
2021-12-08 21:58
10 replies
no one dislikes him tho
2021-12-08 22:08
5 replies
#11
2021-12-08 22:20
#48
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North America hi_mens))
A lot of people talk shit on him purely because he's from NA.
2021-12-08 22:28
3 replies
Makes sense to dislike NA cs players Open any of their twotters once and ya see 80 different beefs
2021-12-09 16:20
2 replies
#190
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North America hi_mens))
There's shit talk on everyone's Twitter. If most pros didn't delete shit you'd find it in droves. Also quit pretending like Twitter is an insight into someone's soul, it's a dog shit lens to view anyone through.
2021-12-09 20:58
1 reply
Twatter is TOXIC!!!!!!
2021-12-11 01:29
He’s toxic
2021-12-08 22:55
3 replies
since when
2021-12-09 00:31
2 replies
Since "weeaboo fan of ZywOo" wrote that comment.
2021-12-09 16:14
1 reply
love when people make shit up on hltv LOL
2021-12-10 03:30
#22
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United States hondayzx
gl for him man
2021-12-08 21:59
#24
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Canada AyyyJayyy
Let's go FaNg!! Make us Canadians proud :D <3
2021-12-08 22:00
What a great attitude, backed up by strong performances with Extra Salt. If he stays the course he has an exciting future ahead of him
2021-12-08 22:05
2 replies
+1 hoping for him to compete in tier 1 Lans someday.
2021-12-09 11:58
#173
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United States finessee
Totally agree. He keeps the mindset he has and that work ethic up and he will do great. ES is the best t2 team in NA that has the potential to make that next step up to t1 if they keep grinding and doing what they’re doing. And really the best potential team from NA to make that jump, given the fact they stay the course and keep working hard and doing what they’re doing. I personally believe if they do that, in due time they can make the jump.
2021-12-09 15:10
you're already better than zywho in my books
2021-12-08 22:08
#37
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Sweden 1gloss
FaNg <3
2021-12-08 22:09
yo bro, no need to play 6 pugs per day, just play 6 hrs aim botz and you will become aim machine
2021-12-08 22:10
1 reply
0/8
2021-12-09 11:58
go get em fang
2021-12-08 22:14
D: family show!
2021-12-08 22:16
Who?
2021-12-08 22:26
3 replies
#47
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United States Virgin Islands minte
god fang, do not disrespect
2021-12-08 22:27
#130
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World Evil32167
Incoming valorant player
2021-12-09 08:58
Fang 1 mvp 2021 Zywho 0 mvp 2021
2021-12-09 11:59
cool kid but when oSee leaves ES is dead lol
2021-12-08 22:35
1 reply
#81
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North America soduk_db
Naw I think that Junior(1.32 rating on BNB) should be able to fill the role as a high impact AWPer who can frag out then pick up Grim or someone young and on the rise like Minus or cynic IMO.
2021-12-09 00:33
Good read. #FaNgPEEK
2021-12-08 22:48
#55
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North America soduk_db
Yeah so I'm thinking that Junior is the best option to replace oSee which it's difficult to find someone who is as able to match his impact fragging ability IMO but why the double AWP I thought that Liquid's new lineup was EliGE - NAF - nitr0 - VINI - shox is nitr0 going to rifle now or am I missing something?
2021-12-08 22:50
2 replies
I don't think the shox or vini are for sure things.
2021-12-08 23:15
1 reply
vini is def not happening
2021-12-09 00:31
#59
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Romania applybomba
who
2021-12-08 22:59
okay but who
2021-12-08 23:01
5 replies
The person with more mvps in 2021 than zywoo
2021-12-09 01:09
4 replies
#137
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Europe 90ieskid
You took the mvp jokes here a lil bit serious mate, nobody cares about mvp's in tier 5 tourneys.
2021-12-09 10:31
3 replies
I think you took my comment a little too seriously, i wasn’t actually saying that fang’s better than zywoo, just making fun of a zywoo flair asking who
2021-12-09 16:18
2 replies
#181
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Europe 90ieskid
Yeah but all those mvp jokes here feel how they should be, sarcastic, while yours combined with the flag kinda felt like you mean it. :D But maybe I'm wrong, no offense anyway, peace.
2021-12-09 16:28
1 reply
Yes bro i obviously think a new player with a 1.11 rating is better than Zywoo
2021-12-09 18:32
based, but why is his photo a painting
2021-12-08 23:13
Good luck beast
2021-12-08 23:19
Good luck, this mindset is so necessary
2021-12-08 23:31
#71
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Germany Teztyment
LOL
2021-12-08 23:34
:D K/D Ratio 1.05 :D
2021-12-08 23:40
5 replies
He is literally an entry fragger. U will never seem last alive in the round on T side
2021-12-09 12:01
4 replies
yeah hard to be the best as entry
2021-12-09 13:37
2 replies
Yeah only a few were actually successful in CS history as an entry fragger. Rain in 2017, Fer in 2016-17, dupreeh 2018-19, and electronic 2018- present
2021-12-11 09:40
1 reply
i mean you should expect less rating)
2021-12-11 12:29
ty for information, i was joking.
2021-12-09 15:11
#74
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Finland AliSabid
gl
2021-12-08 23:40
Wish him the best.
2021-12-08 23:56
#77
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United States kalimbo
EG please get Fang!
2021-12-09 00:07
#79
Ax1Le | 
China fu22Y
-1.03 rating -best player xDDD
2021-12-09 00:18
#83
FaNg | 
Canada JC_123
BASED
2021-12-09 00:30
gl
2021-12-09 00:32
FaNg is beast 🙂
2021-12-09 00:35
I wouldn't sleep on him to join osee at Liquid. Not likely, but it certainly is possible.
2021-12-09 00:52
1 reply
Tbh I think he has too much overlap with EliGe
2021-12-09 01:09
#91
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Somalia goner
Goat
2021-12-09 01:07
#94
b1t | 
Romania sth1337
Best player on his room
2021-12-09 01:12
Great attitude man. Respect and good luck
2021-12-09 01:14
#96
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Chile esanchez47
Gotta like his attitude, he at least put energy on it
2021-12-09 01:15
Translation: I'm going to be playing valorant by the end of next year
2021-12-09 01:25
1 reply
#100
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Argentina XaiDN
True
2021-12-09 01:31
delusional. he's not even the best in his team, which is a high tier 3 team at best.
2021-12-09 01:32
1 reply
Because he is an entry fragger. His stats wont look good but he will have impact in game if his team is winning.
2021-12-09 12:02
ES is a very promising team, but he ain't reaching top 20 while playing in NA.
2021-12-09 01:33
2 replies
they booked a spot in EPL and if they keep attending t2 events they might get more invites and increase their ESL ranking and get a few invites to some t1 tournaments
2021-12-09 02:03
1 reply
That's true. Cheering for them to achieve more T1 invites and qualis.
2021-12-09 13:04
fang looks like cholo miles morales
2021-12-09 03:23
He was so good, they made an operation based on him. Damn
2021-12-09 03:38
1 reply
+1
2021-12-09 14:03
Who?
2021-12-09 04:09
2 replies
Justin Coakley
2021-12-09 05:52
1 reply
#121
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North America BoDaddy
Cockley?
2021-12-09 06:02
one MVP on NA Funspark and they're already hyped on him.nice one.
2021-12-09 05:02
#116
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United States UrglHurgl
i rly dont get the NA hate if they're not a threat why go out of your way to shit talk all the time lmao. this dude is really dedicated to CS it seems like, which knowing how other NA players have been is a rarity and is very refreshing, gl to this guy and ES and glad he has the confidence portrayed here.
2021-12-09 05:34
1 reply
+1111
2021-12-09 12:04
Osse quit Es 100% ?
2021-12-09 05:51
#120
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North America BoDaddy
Dude, you play for Extra Salt
2021-12-09 06:02
Nice attitude
2021-12-09 06:17
#125
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Finland Yumalauta
Very nice attitude, all haters go fuck yourselves
2021-12-09 07:55
1 reply
+1
2021-12-09 12:05
This guy even tier2 level?
2021-12-09 08:41
#131
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Portugal n0xiv4
1.11 in NA and wants to be the best?
2021-12-09 09:09
XD
2021-12-09 10:09
LETS GO FANG.
2021-12-09 10:37
I have watched this guy's stream several months ago while he was playing eu fpl. To be honest, at that time this guy did not seem promising.
2021-12-09 10:54
who?
2021-12-09 11:31
who's this
2021-12-09 12:11
who
2021-12-09 12:15
best valorant player maybe
2021-12-09 12:16
Good to see a player actually admit they trying to win everything rather than being happy with top10 or getting to the semis of a tournament.
2021-12-09 12:48
1 reply
You gotta have that win mentality after all. Always felt weird to me seeing rosters being comfortable not even reaching top 10
2021-12-09 13:08
cool story who are you?
2021-12-09 13:30
1 reply
he won MVP against big dude, kinda good
2021-12-09 13:37
Good to hear he is motivated :)
2021-12-09 13:37
Extra fixer
2021-12-09 14:08
#169
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Japan Legoshi
RESPECT
2021-12-09 14:32
#183
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United States tells
Make us proud
2021-12-09 16:53
All respect gained for FaNg
2021-12-10 07:58
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