Daniil Zeus Teslenko said that he misses the competitive scene of CS: GO. In an interview with HLTV.org, he also noted that his pro100 organization helped survive the period when the esportsman ended his career as a player.
“In the first three months I relaxed, but later I started to miss the competitive scene a bit. I met with NAVI, talked with the guys, we spent some time together, nostalgia surged. It was a strange sensation, because it seemed like I literally just played with them. I miss. I miss the game, but I understand that my time is up and I have to clear the way for young people. I am very glad that I have pro100, because if I did not have this organization, then there would be no connection with CS, it would be doubly harder. We work together, they are developing, I can convey my experience to them, and they listen to me. I’m happy”.
In September 2019, Teslenko completed his career as a player. He represented the Counter-Strike Natus Vincere for nine years, and in 2017, along with Gambit Esports, he won the PGL Major Kraków 2017 major.
Teslenko was supposed to take the cup to the stage of IEM Katowice 2020, but the spectators were not allowed to the tournament because of the coronavirus epidemic. Polish authorities decided not to hold a mass event for security reasons.