NBK Reveals the 3 big Discussions that led to OG Performing well at BLAST

Aditya Singh Rawat
24/Feb/2020 12:15 pm

After not having a great start to the year, OG has bounced back well taking down EG twice followed by a close knock against G2 Esports in the finals of BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season. Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt recently revealed that three big discussions lead to OG performing well at BLAST after an early exit from ICE Challenge 2020.

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The three big discussions as heard on the recent episode of HLTV Confirmed are as follows,

“The first talk was around Valde, about how he was feeling within the team, how to make better for him, we had deep talks with each and every player.”

This instantly helped him open up and get better involved with the team.

“Our second talk was around ISSAA and me, where we had an argument and then we had a discussion off of it, we talked about things like how to structure the teams in terms of leadership.”

This helped clear up a lot of things related to when I can call especially on CT-side and other stuff like that.

“Then there was a third one which was a bit less important, but regardless, what we needed at that point was not to practice on the server but be on the same level as an international team.”

And this was basically why OG was able to take down EG twice at BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season while also giving G2 Esports a scare during the Grand Finals.

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The Danish organization has successfully qualified for BLAST Premier Spring Finals where they will be up against five other top teams from the Regular Season. Let’s see how well are they able to perform in Moscow later this year.


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.