Virtus.pro sniper Jami Jame Ali told why he would prefer to play against Natus Vincere in the quarterfinals of ESL Pro League Season 13 CS: GO. In an interview with ENCE, he noted that the victory will provide a hype around his team.
“There is no such opponent with whom I would like to play in the next round. But it will be fun to play with NAVI. Because if you win against them, you are on the hype, and if you lose, you don’t lose anything ”.
Jame also revealed what went on in the team’s voice chat during the Dust2 comeback. According to him, there were fewer unnecessary phrases in communication, and all the players were as focused as possible.
“At 3:15 it was okay in the voice chat. There was no such thing that “well, that’s it, we lost.” We just played, slowly gained rounds. Teamspeak is cleaner, the atmosphere is working. Roughly speaking, there is nothing superfluous, no one worries anymore. Everyone already understands everything, and everything will come down to one duel, or you have lost. And everyone just played their best CS, squeezed the maximum out of the situation. ”
Virtus.pro defeated ENCE in the 1/8 finals of ESL Pro League Season 13 with a score of 2: 1. On the last map of Dust2, the CIS team was inferior with a score of 3:15, but was able to recoup the defense side and snatch a victory in overtime.
ESL Pro League Season 13 runs from March 8 to April 11 online. The teams compete for a prize fund of $ 750,000.