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What kind of changes in CS:GO would our players like to see

In the ninth edition of Gambit CS:GO Weekly our players are talking about the changes they would like to implement in the game.

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Most memorable city

Esports players are to travel a lot - is it a positive aspect of this type of activity or nevertheless negative? You've visited a lot of tournaments all over the world. What city has impressed you the most?

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What would Gambit members do now if they weren't professional CS:GO players

In the seventh edition of Gambit CS:GO Weekly our players are talking about the alternative carreer paths.

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Questions inspired by latest Dota 2 news

In the sixth edition of Gambit CS:GO Weekly our players are answering the questions inspired by the latest news in Dota 2 scene.

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Pros and cons of secondary line-ups

In the fifth edition of Gambit CS:GO Weekly players are talking about whether or not organizations should create academy teams. Rustem "mou" Telepov: To be honest, I haven't seen any serious performances of secondary line-ups yet, apart from fnatic Academy, that's why I can’t say anything essential on this topic. In any case, if we appear to have a subsidiary line-up, I will be only glad to support their development with my input.

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The strongest opponent you faced

In the fourth edition of Gambit CS:GO Weekly our players decided to share who was the strongest opponent they faced on the professional scene.

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Most memorable victory

In-between two tournaments Gambit CS:GO players shared most memorable tournament victories of their professional careers.

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Gambit CS:GO on Inferno rework

Recently Valve has released an updated version of Inferno. Almost everyone on Gambit has already checked it out and has left feedback.

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What's your opinion on Nuke replacing Inferno?

AdreN: I was obviously sad when I heard that my favourite map is being replaced. I don't think it means that it is removed forever, but is rather reconstructed. I am looking forward to an updated version. As for Nuke, I think it's a great opportunity for many teams to play a bit better. Changes imply that there is food for thought for players with a vivid imagination in terms of tactics.

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What League of Legends content do you enjoy the most?

Diamondprox: Most of all I enjoy quality highlights. In these highlights you can often see how players quickly find an extraordinary way out of the complicated in-game situations, which is the most entertaining thing about League of Legends. Highlight reels have higher concentration of these moments compared to ordinary matches. It's a shame though that the top-quality videos are still worse than the ones WoW had 5+ years ago.

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Gambit Weekly #29

What was your favourite fan interaction? Cabochard: IEM Katowice. It was cool how fans cheered and came to greet us, so many of them, even though we lost and did not perform at that event. I was really pleased!

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Gambit Weekly #28

Who was your first main in League of Legends? Betsy: My first main back in Season 2 was Vladimir. I really liked that he did not use Mana as his resource and could be played both Top and Mid – that was really good for SoloQ.

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Gambit Weekly #27

Who is the strongest opponent you have faced in a competitive setting? Diamond: I met a lot of strong players in my career, and it's really hard to say, who is the best out of them. A lot of them were noticeable and "the best" at the time we played each other. The hardest were InSec, Froggen and Stanley. First had insane mechanics and good understanding of how jungle works, second was almost unkillable in the Mid lane and solo carrying games, and the third was smart, applied insane amount of pressure in his lane during the whole game, and it was, to be honest, annoying to play against.

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Gambit Weekly #26

Do you think there should be League of Legends Nations Cup? Who would you have on your team if you were its captain? P1noy: Yes, I think there should be League of Legends Nations Cup, since I think that Denmark will be a really strong contender. Roster: Zorozero; Santorin / Svenskeren; Bjergsen; P1noy; Deficio.

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Gambit Weekly #25

Why did you decide to become a pro gamer? Diamond: I like to play computer games. I am always trying to be the best at everything I like. Therefore it is a good work for me to have. Also, it is a good step towards what I think is my vocation.