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Olofmeister on if Fnatic needs a sports psychologist: “We don’t choke.”

After defeating Gambit Gaming in the quarterfinals of the ELEAGUE Major on Friday, Fnatic spoke to members of the media. The full clip is below, and here are some of the highlights:

Dennis “Dennis” Edman on what he expected from Gambit: I think we knew they were going to play good because Zeus is a good in-game leader. They impressed a lot as well, like on Overpass, where we got destroyed.

Dennis on Fnatic’s individual skill-based style: We didn’t bootcamp. But while we played from home, it’s been our style for very long, and we’re going to keep doing it while it works for us. It’s going to work until someone beats our skill.

Freddy “krimz” Johansson on practice: “We gotta practice a lot more as a team and not individually. It’s just lack of motivation.”

Dennis: “If you play too much together, you’re not going to improve. It’s going to be the opposite. So if you play individual, and you practice enough, then you’ll be good.”

Olof “Olofmeister” Kajbjer on if Fnatic needs a sports psychologist: “We don’t choke.”

Cover photo courtesy of Turner Sports/ELEAGUE


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