Slingshot’s Vince Nairn caught up with Cloud9’s Will “RUSH” Wierzba at ESL One New York to talk about adjusting to his new team, reaching the semifinals of a significant event and hope for the North American region.
The CS:GO roster shuffle has largely come to a close, and it surpassed any expectations Counter-Strike fans could have had when it started.
William “RUSH” Wierzba and Tarik “tarik” Celik have joined Cloud9’s Counter-Strike team to replace Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert and Michael “shroud” Grzesiek.
RUSH: “I think boot camping in NA is pointless, honestly…In Europe, you can get scrims all day. Ten hours if you want. And they’re all teams looking to get better.”
Will “RUSH” Wierzba doesn’t sugarcoat any of OpTic Gaming’s problems.
Team Liquid is in serious discussions with OpTic Gaming about acquiring Counter-Strike players Will “RUSH” Wierzba and Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas, according to multiple sources close to the organizations.
The Majors provide perhaps the most magical moments in professional Counter-Strike. Whether it’s teams breaking through to win after years of struggle, like Astralis did last month in Atlanta, or the craziness of an individual play or match, it seems everyone has a favorite.
Fans and analysts all have their ideas about who the best Counter-Strike player in the world is, but who do the pros themselves find difficult to defeat?
During the Major, Slingshot’s Vince Nairn asked nine pro players what they thought of the Swiss format, and the results were overwhelmingly positive.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn talked to OpTic Gaming’s Will “RUSH” Wierzba after OpTic defeated Flipsid3 16-13 on Tuesday to stay alive in the ELEAGUE Major.
Slingshot’s Vince Nairn caught up with Will “RUSH” Wierzba after OpTic defeated Astralis 2-1 to win ELEAGUE Season 2 on Saturday. They talked about the win, proving people wrong and prioritizing events on OpTic’s schedule.