Coming into ESL One Mumbai, you left Mineski. Then joined them, and will be leaving them once again after this tournament comes to a close. How are you handling this transition?I mean, I didn’t leave, I got kicked. So it’s not a very good feeling. But transitions? Hopefully, I do well this tournament so that the other teams notice me and they pick me up. That’s what I am hoping for.
What do you think is your strongest hero in this patch?My strongest hero in this patch is probably Earth Spirit, I am pretty good at Earth Spirit.
Would you like to stick with the support role, or if given the opportunity do you want to play in another role?Actually, I was a carry player in the very beginning. I tried playing carry 2 years ago, but it didn’t work out. I’ve been playing support for too long, so I’ve gotten used to it. I think I am comfortable in this role. Maybe I’ll give a shot at 5. But for now, 4 is fun.
There used to be a lot of players emerging from the South Korean region, like the whole MVP squad and Velo. But that has dried up now. What happened?
I mean the people are still there it is just that QO is in Australia, for personal reasons, so he can’t leave there for a few months but he keeps talking to me about making a team, but I don’t want to freaking go to Australia.
I don’t think there are a lot of reasons. It’s just the same players there.
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