NIP COO calc raises 2023 expectations: "With this, I believe we can contend for Majors"

It's been over five years since Ninjas in Pyjamas last won a Big Event, but after a year of turbulence and roster changes, NIP COO Jonas "⁠calc⁠" Gundersen believes he has the pieces to end the rut.

"It's the year where we can really go for it for a long time," calc says as he looks ahead into 2023 fresh off completing a year's worth of roster changes, finally bringing an end to question marks over AWPing with the signing of Daniil "⁠headtr1ck⁠" Valitov. "I really believe that 2023 is now where we can really give it time and say that, with this, I believe we can contend for Majors if we do our homework well enough, which I haven't felt confident about I would say ever, since joining NIP, honestly."

It's been a very long time since Ninjas in Pyjamas have been in the conversation to contend for Big Event titles. Their last dates back to late 2017, when the team still featuring the legendary core of Christopher "⁠GeT_RiGhT⁠" Alesund, Patrik "⁠f0rest⁠" Lindberg, and Richard "⁠Xizt⁠" Landström won IEM Oakland. Five years later, only Fredrik "⁠REZ⁠" Sterner remains from that team, as the organization has been chasing its dream of getting back to winning ways without success.

calc speaks on the cascade of changes that followed device's decision to step down

For brief period it looked like Ninjas in Pyjamas were on the brink of greatness when they made the blockbuster signing of Nicolai "⁠device⁠" Reedtz in early 2021. Their new superstar's MVP-worthy efforts yielded them an RMR title at IEM Fall later that year, but we all know how it turned out. The Dane went on leave at the end of 2021, sending Ninjas in Pyjamas down a spiral of uncertainty for the following year, until device eventually returned to his old home in Astralis.

"We lost a year, pretty much, because of unforeseen circumstances," calc says on the topic of how device's leave affected 2022. "You have the arguably one of the best players of all time that is supposed to AWP, and he's not available. That just causes a lot of turbulence, a lot of insecurity in the team, a lot of pausing. You're in-between as you're figuring out, 'is this a short-term thing, how do we go about that?'"

"That was definitely not part of the plan," the chief says. "When we signed device, he was the perfect piece of the puzzle for becoming more Scandinavian than Swedish and looking towards a more winning lineup."

Through the uncertainty, Ninjas in Pyjamas kept plugging the AWPing role all the while making incremental upgrades to the roster. "It was obvious from the get-go that we had to get a primary AWPer. But you work with what you have and also with the information that you have at the time," calc explains as he goes over the ways Ninjas in Pyjamas addressed the missing piece throughout 2022.

Academy member Love "⁠phzy⁠" Smidebrant stepped in for a time to take up the sniper, filling shoes that were clearly too big for him until Ninjas in Pyjamas acquired Ludvig "⁠Brollan⁠" Brolin from fnatic in late March. This was a massive signing of a player that was hailed as Sweden's best, bringing with it a promise of a better future. But despite the undisputable upgrade to firepower, Ninjas in Pyjamas's form didn't improve much. Top-eight finishes at PGL Major Antwerp and IEM Cologne were the highlight of the rest of the season and while Brollan had his highlight moments, he was missing the consistency that earned him consecutive top 20 appearances in 2019 and 2020.

Brollan's yet to show his best in NIP, calc says

"Ever since [I joined NIP], Brollan has been number one on my Christmas wishlist. Brollan was always someone we thought belonged at NIP," calc says. "With that said, in terms of results, I don't think it matters. 2022 was turbulent and it's not like Brollan can come in alone and then fix everything when we have a turbulent year going. We've not even seen the best of him yet. That's now, that's going to show, in a less turbulent environment."

After the second part of the season began came another key move that brought a cascade of changes inside the team. Ninjas in Pyjamas and calc jumped at the opportunity to acquire Aleksi "⁠Aleksib⁠" Virolainen after the Finn was benched in G2, moving even further away from their Swedish roots as they removed Nicolas "⁠Plopski⁠" Gonzalez Zamora, and making a clear statement that they are ready to go international with a switch to communication in English. Aleksib's arrival moved Hampus "⁠hampus⁠" Poser into the role of the secondary caller, a change calc says was in discussions for some time.

"The change of moving hampus away from the IGL has been somewhat of an evolving discussion with hampus himself and me," calc shares. "I believe a lot in hampus' talent, he's an incredible player that has so much to offer, but I always had this notion that I think he might be better as a second caller rather than an IGL."

Meanwhile, AWPing remained a question mark. From when Brollan came, the duties fell on Patrick "⁠es3tag⁠" Hansen, who had had some experience with the role, being a jack of all trades, but was far from a star AWPer that many teams revolve their play around. Once Aleksib was brought in, Ninjas in Pyjamas decided to give REZ the chance to try his hand at the Big Green for the first time in his career. This was met with a lot of criticism, and calc said the reason was simple — it was an attempt to empower REZ and the timing was right for Ninjas in Pyjamas to give it a try.

Aleksib's arrival brought a lot of changes: leadership, communication, and, for a brief period, the AWPer

"It was a childhood dream or something that he always wanted to try out," the COO explains. "There is a strong case to be made for the fact that REZ could potentially be an incredibly good AWPer. He's a top-tier aimer, he's an incredibly smart player, he's got the movement and the way of thinking about the game that could fit a solid AWPing style. If there was ever a time [to try], this was probably it. And then we can look at it at the end of the year and say, 'was this it, or was this not it?'"

In the end, it turned out to be a dead end, and by the end of the year REZ had his mind set on returning to rifling. The new roster showed early signs of promise when they made it through the Europe RMR undefeated in their debut, but then bombed out of the IEM Rio Major in last place. "Me and REZ took a walk down in Rio," calc remembers. "We didn't even open a conversation about it before he was like 'yeah, I probably shouldn't do this, now it's out of my system and I miss rifling.'"

As the year was drawing to a close, calc says Ninjas in Pyjamas did a thorough review and analysis of how to keep progressing towards their goal of winning Majors. As a result, they set their sights on finally signing a primary AWPer again, after the device saga had officially come to an end at the end of October when he was acquired by Astralis. "It became clear in that process that we were going to try and find a main AWP player. The es3tag situation, that was the decision that made the most sense for the group," he says about the decision to remove es3tag in favor of the incoming signing before delving into how NAVI Junior prospect headtr1ck was chosen out of a field of candidates.

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Official: headtr1ck joins NIP

"headtr1ck was just hands down the best fit for us when we looked at all the parameters, from a performance standpoint, from a cultural standpoint, from a work ethic and everything like that. He speaks very good English, he's very mature for his age, and is a really nice guy. He really fits some of the values that we enjoyed, the same ethos, and how he goes about the game, in terms of energy levels, he just ticked a lot of boxes. The skill component I think no one can deny that he's one of the most interesting young AWPers out there at the moment."

headtr1ck is about to make his NIP debut at BLAST Premier Spring Groups

The addition of an AWPer from a region far removed from Ninjas in Pyjamas' Nordic focus came as somewhat of a surprise to the community. Rumors swirled around that another promising young AWPer, Iulian "⁠regali⁠" Harjău, was one of the other candidates and he looked like a more obvious choice given that, although he is a Romanian citizen, he lives in Denmark and speaks Danish. calc did not specifically comment on other candidates but at least elaborated on whether he has any concerns over possible cultural differences between headtr1ck and the rest of the team.

"I always have concerns about cultural differences, because I think it's one of the biggest components into building high-functioning teams, that the culture works, the friendship is there, and that you can relate to each other. But I will say that we have a backroom staff of incredibly talented people that work around it that can be part of vetting people correctly and giving their opinions on it, understanding our and that person's culture fitting. That made us really comfortable that headtr1ck was the fit."

With the signing of headtr1ck, Ninjas in Pyjamas finally addressed the question marks that have hung over the AWPing role ever since device went on leave over a year ago. Now, calc is confident this is the lineup that can end the organization's Big Event title drought and perhaps even one that can win Majors.

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Aleksib: "Hopefully we aren't gonna have any changes for a while"

"I'm going to say that, in 2023, we're going to win one of the big ones. That's our goal. There's a couple you can win: A couple of Majors, there's Pro Leagues, there's BLASTs, Cologne and Katowice, stuff like that — we're going to take one of those. And then we'll take it from there, that's the way we'll go about it."

"There's no doubt that, player by player, we've got it. We have got enough firepower to win a Major, I'm 100% convinced of that. Of course, it all has to click at the right time, but individually we now have all the pieces that we need to win something."


The new Ninjas in Pyjamas's season is about to begin with a debut in the BLAST Premier Spring Groups. Armed with their new AWPer, they are about to clash with Natus Vincere in Group C on Saturday at 12:00

Date Matches
BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2023
21/01/2023
12:15
Match
Sweden Ludvig 'Brollan' Brolin
Ludvig 'Brollan' Brolin
Age:
20
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
1052
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.67
Denmark Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
Age:
27
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1373
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.66
Sweden Hampus 'hampus' Poser
Hampus 'hampus' Poser
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1413
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.69
Sweden Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Christopher 'GeT_RiGhT' Alesund
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1746
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.64
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.16
Maps played:
1810
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.62
Ukraine Daniil 'headtr1ck' Valitov
Daniil 'headtr1ck' Valitov
Age:
18
Rating 1.0:
1.13
Maps played:
122
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.62
Sweden Nicolas 'Plopski' Gonzalez Zamora
Nicolas 'Plopski' Gonzalez Zamora
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
1062
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.66
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Denmark Jonas 'calc' Gundersen
Jonas 'calc' Gundersen
Age:
-
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.45
Maps played:
2
KPR:
0.18
DPR:
0.67
Sweden Love 'phzy' Smidebrant
Love 'phzy' Smidebrant
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
559
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.62
Finland Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Aleksi 'Aleksib' Virolainen
Age:
25
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
1061
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.65
Romania Iulian 'regali' Harjău
Iulian 'regali' Harjău
Age:
20
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
253
KPR:
0.78
DPR:
0.61
Sweden Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
2101
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.65
Sweden Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Fredrik 'REZ' Sterner
Age:
25
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1402
KPR:
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DPR:
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#1
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Brazil MIBR_IS_BAD
nice
2023-01-20 20:07
17 replies
They all say the same. Wish they'd be honest and real about their expectations
2023-01-20 20:08
5 replies
top15 team thinks they can win major lmaooo
2023-01-20 20:11
3 replies
they have yet to prove that they are good enough for top 15.
2023-01-20 20:17
2 replies
#59
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Sweden kWahoho
was top 10 for almost 2-3 yrs straight now
2023-01-20 21:22
1 reply
Don't try to explain things to delusional trolls who know jack shyte about the game
2023-01-25 16:48
If headtrick doesn’t flop they have a really good team, lots of firepower, a good IGL, they definetely could win a big event this year if REZ has one of his amazing performances.
2023-01-20 21:44
aleksib kicked after the paris major incoming Fnatic will pick him up and play the next major and after that they will kick him too
2023-01-20 20:09
10 replies
not saying hes bad but no way in hell are fnatic gonna sign aleksi
2023-01-20 20:15
3 replies
idk.. desperate orgs make the most stupid decisions.. i think the people who are responsible for signing new players have often no clue about the scene, bc they come from a different game.
2023-01-20 20:22
2 replies
let's be real, there's generally not much that fnatic can change to make the roster better unless KRIMZ becomes washed i don't see them making a roster change
2023-01-20 20:24
1 reply
you can never know who's next in line to do the cerq twerk
2023-01-20 20:29
why will fnatic pick him up? mezii is good igl
2023-01-20 20:17
4 replies
mezii is also a good fragger, could turn out just like hampus
2023-01-20 20:38
3 replies
difference is mezii is fragging while igling consistently
2023-01-20 22:18
2 replies
he can frag as much as he wants, doesnt change their dogshit results
2023-01-21 01:48
#85
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Indonesia nouser
No no mezii doesn't actually do the igling. It's shared between roej and him.
2023-01-21 05:02
pretty likely
2023-01-20 20:17
nip
2023-01-20 20:07
clown owner
2023-01-20 20:07
#4
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India needlyfe
Delusional
2023-01-20 20:08
Defeat tomorrow
2023-01-20 20:08
1 reply
#65
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Sweden elyeet
i bet on nip
2023-01-20 22:06
#6
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United States zovint
nope headtr1ck not a proven tier 1 awper
2023-01-20 20:09
1 reply
Same shit people were saying about ZywOo when ''advicing' him to not go straight for a T1 team. Not saying headtr1ck is ZywOo but you'll have no clue what his worth is before he plays for some monthes with NiP
2023-01-25 16:51
#7
deko | 
Pakistan 7ssk7
bots in pyjamas
2023-01-20 20:08
1 reply
#20
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Europe Lumbagor
+1
2023-01-20 20:15
ok
2023-01-20 20:08
I really hope so :)
2023-01-20 20:08
HAHA
2023-01-20 20:08
Looking forward to see :)
2023-01-20 20:08
delusional they havent even played a single game
2023-01-20 20:11
1 reply
#93
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Finland aleksiii
Vorborg knew that eg was going to have their best yesr in a while and they already do. why not nip too?
2023-01-21 09:11
clown owner
2023-01-20 20:12
''unforeseen circumstances''
2023-01-20 20:12
2 replies
Talking about dev1ce
2023-01-20 20:18
ecovice scammed so good it was unforeseen how much he would duck out of matches
2023-01-20 20:20
Lul
2023-01-20 20:12
#21
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Germany Teuton1813
What the hell. Signing an 18 year old guy makes you win the major? Ask G2 how that worked out.
2023-01-20 20:16
I believe in his words.
2023-01-20 20:16
gotta push it to the absolute limits but i can see it happen
2023-01-20 20:18
No they won’t
2023-01-20 20:19
braindead owner putting pressure on new awper who hasn't even played a match yet
2023-01-20 20:19
Nice!
2023-01-20 20:20
Inb4 nip bombs out 🤣🤣
2023-01-20 20:21
*make roster worse NIP COO: "WITH THIS, I BELIEVE WE CAN CONTEND FOR MAJORS"
2023-01-20 20:21
Headtr1ck will carry.
2023-01-20 20:22
copium
2023-01-20 20:23
lmaooooooooooooo bruh is on some good crack
2023-01-20 20:26
#39
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North America minte
Surely
2023-01-20 20:27
#40
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Estonia Kizma
Not gonna win major but they will finish the year in top 8 100%
2023-01-20 20:29
1 reply
#41
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Estonia Kizma
unless they make changes halfway through the year again LUL
2023-01-20 20:29
#43
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Argentina Soullesss
Yes jonas it was device’s fault that NIP signed bad players like plopski and es3tag, that is the reason why you lost 1 year. Ohh i forgot to say threath coaching supporting these players also was not the reason why NIP has not won anything all this time.
2023-01-20 20:33
1 reply
Esetag was signed cuz of device too, their management wasn’t the best, but the whole device situation fked them pretty hard
2023-01-20 21:46
You aren't winning f all when you picked up an inexperienced kid just because he was on Navi. Hope this helps.
2023-01-20 20:34
#45
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Sweden nip_fanboy
Not putting any pressure on the players now .. . LOL As a swede a little bit of my heart is hoping for NiP, I hope they will do well this year. I think REZ and Brollan deserves it most of all
2023-01-20 20:37
2 replies
#67
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Sweden deadvein
+1
2023-01-20 22:18
#121
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Sweden MEGAcsgo
+1
2023-01-25 10:16
#47
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Russia WiHuu
Yeah now you guys are finally 10 steps ahead of everybody! (Wait for the next kick after Paris)
2023-01-20 20:39
Thank you for jinx Now i'm 100% sure NiP will lose tomorrow
2023-01-20 20:44
I swear there is nothing in esports more delusional then NiP leadership.
2023-01-20 20:45
1 reply
EG management also said some stupid crap
2023-01-21 14:26
-headtr1ck unproven - language barriers - aleksibot -inconsistent rez I don't believe it.
2023-01-20 20:53
1 reply
#69
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Sweden deadvein
nt es3tag
2023-01-20 22:18
Es3tag > headtrick
2023-01-20 20:58
he's always been delusional, from the early stages of 1.6 .. i guess nothing changed in almost 20 years.
2023-01-20 20:59
1 reply
any ideas why you think that :D?
2023-01-20 21:08
#53
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Sweden Gopher666
Nip is ruining the best years of brollans career. It's really sad to see
2023-01-20 21:04
#54
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Poland dejmanOOO
xD
2023-01-20 21:05
didn't know calc was nip ceo
2023-01-20 21:07
1 reply
COO (idk difference)
2023-01-21 05:16
Good luck! Will be fun to watch how it plays out
2023-01-20 21:19
>winning a major >have aleksib in your team pick one.
2023-01-20 21:20
2 replies
Aleksi benched after paris Major
2023-01-21 15:01
1 reply
hopefully.
2023-01-22 18:52
ive heard this before and it has been bullshit every time for about 8 years
2023-01-20 21:36
lmao
2023-01-20 21:36
#64
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United States Zedsamcat
is named calc and cant do the math for how stupid the prediction is ahah
2023-01-20 21:48
2 replies
must be short for calcium, instead of calculator
2023-01-20 22:56
1 reply
#73
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United States Zedsamcat
has strong bones and still makes weak picks like this smh
2023-01-20 23:01
nice joke xD xD
2023-01-20 22:09
#70
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Korea Axiotimos
Fucking bullshit lol
2023-01-20 22:21
Typo: "For brief period"
2023-01-20 22:44
Take a chill pill
2023-01-20 23:09
what majors bro? g2, faze, liquid, heroic, vitality, ence, navi and astralis clears nip, that's already top-8 at the major
2023-01-20 23:13
12 replies
G2, Ence, Astralis, Liquid LMAO
2023-01-21 05:31
11 replies
why lmao? g2 and liquid>>>>nip any day of the week. Liquid is a consistent team throughout second half of the year with yekindar, or you judge them based on og game? Might as well laugh at heroic idk. To say that astralis and ence is better was a bit bold, agree.
2023-01-21 08:35
Liquid owns NIP. Even on bad day when Liquid players are not hitting shots. Nitr0 can outcall Aleksi to get EZ Win.
2023-01-21 15:03
9 replies
Nitro one of the biggest bots in the scene, only Hooxi is worse
2023-01-21 15:07
8 replies
He doesn`t even need to shoot a bullet and Liquid can still pick up trophies.
2023-01-21 15:10
7 replies
Liquid can't win shit, not last year and not this year
2023-01-21 15:12
6 replies
Bro i think you misread, Aleksib is not the IGL of Liquid so they have chance to win Trophies.
2023-01-21 15:15
5 replies
Didn't see them winning any trophies last year, also nice game against OG lmao
2023-01-21 15:18
4 replies
Top 2 team of 2nd half of last year. Yeah it was a pretty good game for a permanent ban map. This year time to win Trophies.
2023-01-21 15:20
3 replies
Fluke accomplishment and match against OG proved it
2023-01-21 15:23
2 replies
OG always Fluke at blast. I will be back here when Liquid prove you wrong.
2023-01-21 15:24
1 reply
sure that's gonna take years
2023-01-21 15:25
Yeah, no
2023-01-20 23:19
Never watched the team play and already talking about contending for majors after bombing out of the last one last place with a single roster change. Not to say it's impossible, I do believe NIP has the pieces to be an extremely good team, the problem is that the pieces never add up to what should be its average level. Hopefully they find a way to make headtrick work and the team becomes at least a top 10 roster. Right now they're worse than fnatic and that's funny because they theoretically got fnatic's best piece.
2023-01-20 23:22
#78
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Argentina VatselSSJ
no chance
2023-01-20 23:55
You better believe cuz You Will never achive anything with these meme roster moves every half year :'D
2023-01-21 00:20
#80
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Portugal dracø
This guys never learn.. Instead of being humble and having a team with no presure, they come out and say shit like this.. Now watch them crumble
2023-01-21 01:14
#81
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Indonesia nouser
It's uh... good to have big dreams i guess
2023-01-21 01:23
Free hampus :(
2023-01-21 02:00
Here we go again
2023-01-21 04:37
On LOL, maybe, the former V5 has just to conjured the curse they got in LPL playoff. On CSGO, not a chance.
2023-01-21 05:35
#89
swag | 
Cyprus Porgos
How can he say that when his awper isn't even proven on T1
2023-01-21 06:28
#91
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Sweden Jerpen123
When calc is replaced, then we can maybe contend for majour
2023-01-21 08:56
Was he not confident NiP could contend for major when they had devve? Lol I smell bs
2023-01-21 09:09
Good luck!
2023-01-21 10:53
When you have Aleksib in team, You can't.
2023-01-21 11:41
gg
2023-01-21 13:19
#97
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Sweden Akoulad
What did you say?
2023-01-21 13:18
#98
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Germany Teuton1813
HAHAHAHAHA
2023-01-21 13:20
#99
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Finland 5way
as nip fan i kinda hate you, like shut your mouth the team has not played even once
2023-01-21 13:26
Not when we cannot play CT side guys :D
2023-01-21 13:46
1 reply
#126
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Sweden O7D
from not being able to play T side to not being able to play CT side :DDD
2023-01-26 14:57
#113
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India ga7axy
lul
2023-01-21 16:12
#114
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United States Virgin Islands Mizumose
AHAHAHAHA Cope harder
2023-01-21 16:25
NIP will never win anything with this shit management "It's been over five years since Ninjas in Pyjamas last won a Big Event" Says it all, change management. + - Hampus - Brollan + Joel + Ztr/Konfig
2023-01-22 19:00
#117
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Barbados Lyron
Enjoyed reading this
2023-01-23 10:00
#118
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Estonia Kukkel
Nip is really good, but they are not as good as FaZe who is the best team in the world. 1st FaZe 2nd NiP 3rd Vitality/Navi
2023-01-23 16:33
GL nip for 2023!
2023-01-24 08:56
a team with the worst igl can never win anything big
2023-01-25 00:00
Too much reliable on Rez spare the man
2023-01-25 23:06
Aleksib needs to fix his tilting first. When IGL is the first to tilt on a team, you have a got a major (pun intended) problem.
2023-01-26 14:54
Absolutely delusional.
2023-01-26 14:57
nip wont even make the major
2023-01-26 14:58
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