The Proust Questionnaire is an interview about somebody’s personality, made famous by French writer Marcel Proust. Vanity Fair does its own version of the questionnaire for celebrities, and we decided it would be fun to do the same with notable esports professionals.
Astralis co-founder Frederik Byskov discusses player rest, increased investment in esports and ways to improve CSGO
Slingshot's Vince Nairn conducted an interview with Astralis CEO Frederik Byskov (via email) to talk about Astralis forming, the team's recent success and a lot of the big-picture issues facing Counter-Strike teams in 2017.
Xpecial: “I think this was very rushed and because of that, we don’t have as much as we had hoped from the 76ers, but the biggest thing is obviously like courtside tickets, these things are like $20,000 a pop.”
Slingshot’s Andrew Kim caught up with Dignitas’ Alex “Xpecial” Chu during Week 7 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series.
Wolf: “I think there could be a chance of our team losing our edge while we don’t play until the finals.”
SK Telecom T1's support player gave a well thought out response regarding his team's current first place standing for the regular season.
StuChiu previews the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational with 14 particularly interesting players (Part 2)
Of the 32 players who will participate in the two-month long tournament that starts Monday, here’s a look at 14 who particularly interest me, for one reason for another. Here’s Part 2, and you can read Part 1 from Thursday.
Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok couldn't be less entertaining in interviews, and yet to many, that's what makes him so interesting.
Our top stories from Thursday: Stephen Chiu previews the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational with 14 players of particular interest (Part 1). An interview with Cloud9’s Andy “Smoothie” Ta from the North American League of Legends Championship. A roundup of comments from MVP’s head coach and SKT’s Peanut after their League Champions Korea matches this
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