Magisk on Astralis problems: “We are punished too often for amateur performance”

Astralis CS: GO player Emil Magisk Raif spoke about the problems that began to prevent the team from showing more stable results in tournaments. In an interview after defeating OG at BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2021, he noted that players have begun to play individually more often and take unjustified risks that lead to problems in the match.

Magisk:
“I think we need to be more consistent in our actions in order to reduce the number of individual errors. We are too often punished for amateur performance, which is why it is then difficult to take rounds. Even when we fully read the actions of the enemy, we still often take risks and play individually. This is our main problem now. If we become more consistent and stop making mistakes, it will make our game even stronger. In an interview with Magisk, he also noted that the team really lacks training at the bootcamp. The players of the squad can’t even meet, as Nikolai device Ridtz now lives in Sweden.”

BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2021 matches are played online from February 4 to February 14. The prize fund of the tournament is 150,000.

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