Good evening! Thank you for having me.
Hello to the readers. My name is Anel Chekovikj. I am 24 years old. I am from Macedonia and I am the in-game leader of team Valiance&Co.
I started playing CS: 1.6 in 2007. When 1.6 died everyone switched to CS:GO and I just followed.
I like that you can have different set of tactics because of the nades and skyboxes. I would change the CZ-75 and fix the jumping so you can bhop better.
You need a bit of talent and a lot of hard work. Practicing both individually and as a team is a must. Also you need a positive attitude within the team to get to the top.
"On the contrary people can now pay their own bills by playing the game they love, so it's really good."
I expect us to win the league but there are definitely good players/teams in there. The strongest opponent would be, I guess, RESISTANCE but considering how hard we work at the moment I expect us to lift the trophy.
We have more experience than the teams in the league, so yes I would say we start the matches with a lot more confidence.
I really like it. Too bad it wasn't like this in the past. On the contrary people can now pay their own bills by playing the game they love, so it's really good. I don't follow other games so I don't really know how CS:GO stands with them but I guess it's up there.
I think that Balkan CS players can get good achievements with a lot of hard work of course. We hope we will do that in the near future. As for the country I don't really feel like I am playing for my country since my team is from mixed countries. I feel like we are representing the Balkans.
Yes, reaching the top is our main goal as a team and doing it with this line-up would feel even better because we are like a family. We also signed to a new organization, Valiance&Co, who supports us with everything that we need and we are grateful for that. We have the freedom to only focus on CS and to try to reach the top.
My personal motive would be for my team to work their hardest which we are at the moment, i just try my best, work hard and that's it.
Written by Dimitris Kolovos