Commentator Lauren Pansy Scott announced that ESL One Cologne 2020 Online was her last as a CS: GO caster. She told about this on Twitter.
Scott will continue his career in PUBG. She named several reasons for this decision. According to Pansy, in CS: GO she earned “much less” than her colleagues. In addition, she complained about the “barrier” through which she could not break through to reach the top level and gain recognition. The girl noticed that she had to work as a caster at 24 major tournaments before she was entrusted with the job at the final match. The third reason was the toxicity of the CS: GO community – Scott claims to have received threats several times.
According to Scott, PUBG was a breath of fresh air for her. She said that from the very beginning she found a suitable fellow for herself with whom she is comfortable working. Pansy also believes that the Battle Royale community is a little more mature, so her jokes on the air resonate with the audience.
Pansy began her career as a commentator in Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. Scott was also a professional Call of Duty 4 Promod player. She switched to CS: GO in 2012, having worked in almost 100 championships.