coverimage
2

Vitality's new Captain apEX points out ALEX's Contribution to the Teams Growth

Aditya Singh Rawat
6/Mar/2020 12:15 pm

Cover And Thumbnail Image Courtesy: DreamHack - Adela Sznajder

  • Kevin "misutaaa" Rabier joins Team Vitality as a replacement for Alex "ALEX" McMeeking.
  • Dan "apEX" Madesclaire appointed as the new captain of Team Vitality.

Team Vitality has gone ahead and announced two quick changes to its roster since the departure of Alex “ALEX” McMeekin. The first change was the arrival of Kevin “misutaaa” Rabier while the second was to hand the captaincy of the team over to Dan “apEX” Madesclaire, who went on to point out ALEX’s contribution to Vitality via a TwitLonger post.


apEX via a tweet reading ‘The past and the future’ pointed out how ALEX was recruited due to him possessing “a good view on the matter of the attack (execute a plant),” commending him along with their coach Remy “XTQZZZ” Quoniam as “the big reasons of why we developed that well and why we had such a good consistency through 2019 with around 10 playoffs appearances in a row.”

He went on to reveal how ALEX lost motivation after Vitality’s victory at EPICENTER saying that “It wasn’t easy to handle it at the end because everything was falling apart,” thanking ALEX for the last year they played together.

[Also Read: ALEX Reveals the Reason behind his Departure from Team Vitality]


He also spoke about how Vitality has to rebuild everything and that they are motivated to give everything “to come back to the top.” He went on to conclude his post by saying that “it wasn’t easy to handle everything because I gave my best to keep all the line ups together but I failed.”

He said he was finally ready to be the captain and that the team was working with a mental coach stating that “I’m getting way better and I’m feeling much better.” Let’s see how Vitality rebuilds its depleting reputation, adjusting to these new changes and taking on some of the best teams from ‘round the world in the upcoming competitions.

Loading...
profilepic

Aditya Singh Rawattwitter_link

FOLLOW

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.