Secondary line-ups are becoming more and more widespread among many organizations nowadays. What do you think about this idea? What are the ups and downs of subsidiary 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.
Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev: I've already thought why no one creates academies to rise up new talents. For example, any kind of sport has its academies, reservists, schools where talented youth is brought up and developed. It’s cool that it is grasped and created now in Esports field. I'm all for subsidiary teams!
Mikhail "Dosia" Stolyarov: It's a good idea under the condition that the line-up will have young players, aged 15-16, who in future will be able to replace partly or fully the main line-up. Nevertheless, to achieve this, a lot work is to be done with this line-up. Now, I think, the only team, which takse it responsibly is fnatic.
Daniil "Zeus" Teslenko: The idea is great, it's cool when you make young talented people real professionals! I see only advantages in subsidiary teams, the only thing we should try hard to do is to carefully and correctly pick and choose the line-up, which will be able to grow.
Abay "HObbit" Khassenov: My attitude is positive, I always support the idea of giving the opportunity to young people to show themselves. However, I think that the academy in Esports organizations should be created only in case of a stable championship of the main line-up, for the second roster to be one hundred percent the same battle-worthy.