Original article by: AFK Gaming
- Popular CIS CS:GO personality Ceh9 comments on why GuardiaN left Na’Vi and FaZe Clan.
- GuardiaN has been sitting on Natus Vincere’s bench since the start of 2020.
- The Slovak AWPer did reach out to the CS:GO community in September but has not returned back to the competitive circuit so far.
Popular CIS CS:GO personality Arseniy “ceh9” Trynozhenko who is also a retired Counter-Strike player in a recent Twitch stream revealed why Slovakian pro Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovacs’ was removed from both FaZe Clan and Natus Vincere.
Ceh9 Comments On GuardiaN Leaving Na’Vi & FaZe Clan
While expressing his opinion on the topic, Ceh9 said that the main problem that GuardiaN faces is his laziness. He further explained that it was GuardiaN’s laziness that ultimately came back to bite him, indirectly pointing towards the fact that the Slovak AWPer had lost his spot on both FaZe Clan and Na’Vi due to this problem.
“At first it was simply unpleasant for him to play in the lineup which he got. Then they started cyberbullying him. He reacted to all this very sharply and ended up only hurting himself. He could not stand all the stress.”
Slovakian Counter-Strike player Ladislav “GuardiaN” Kovacs has been absent from the competitive scene for almost a year now. He is currently on Natus Vincere’s bench where he has been since the start of the year.
A string of poor performances in 2019 had forced Na’Vi to make a few changes this year in their lineup, replacing GuardiaN with the Russian rifler Ilya “Perfecto” Zalutskiy. A move that has worked out for Na’Vi who have had a substantially better performance this year.
GuardiaN had reached out to the CS:GO community in September this year after taking a long break from the competitive circuit. He had said that after grinding a lot of FPL to improve his game it felt right to return back to play the game competitively.
But till now no organization has come forward to sign him as the player continues to find a new team to play along. He continues to grind FPL and even streams his game on Twitch from time-to-time. The statement made by Ceh9 has come out of the blue and it might just be his opinion rather than a concrete fact, so do take it with a pinch of salt.