Resolut1on Talks about the Grand Finals vs OG after Winning ESL One LA Online

Vignesh Raghuram
20/Apr/2020 09:42 am

After Virtus.Pro’s monumental triumph over OG in the Grand Finals of the ESL One LA Online League in Europe, the team’s offlaner Roman "Resolut1on" Fominok interviewed with the crew casting the tournament and gave us his thoughts on the Grand Finals and what the win meant for the team.

(Read: Back To Winning Ways - Virtus.Pro Win ESL One LA After Grand Finals Slugfest)

He also talked about the tense Game 5 and Virtus.Pro’s communication during the game. 

Image Courtesy: DreamHack | Adela Snajder

On How He Feels After The Grand Finals

Resolut1on talked about how he feels after winning the Grand Finals against OG and how 'crazy' it all was.

“My whole f**king body is shaking, to be honest with you. This game was amazing, it was so nice to be part of it, it's just f**king crazy. OG, this team, all these back and forth bounces in this game, when you make mistakes, they make mistakes. It's just crazy. I'm very happy.

I mean, I wouldn't say its nerves, but I don't know what it is. It's just a crazy game, you don't know till the very last seconds who's gonna win, and all of this tension in the game, it's just makes my body shake.”

On OG’s Picks In The Final Game

Resolut1on stated that OG just plays so fast even with the big cooldowns they had on their side and how difficult it is to play against them.

“I mean as you can see that even with those big cooldowns they still played fast. They get all these auras, you just need to handle the pressure that they’re putting on you. Every time you make small mistakes, they will punish you for that, and that's why the games are so close. Because every time somebody does something, and everybody is all over you.”

You can watch the Full Interview HERE.

Both Virtus.Pro and OG will compete in the upcoming WePlay! Pushka League which kicks off in just 3 days (23rd April 2020)


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.