Flamie Talks About 1win CS:GO Team And Goals For 2022

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Flamie Talks About 1win CS:GO Roster and Their Goals for 2022 Season

Flamie looks motivated for the upcoming season!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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1win's latest recruit, flamie, talks about his new team, goals for 2022, and reason behind his motivation to continue competing in CS:GO.
Flamie feels a lot of positive emotions as he has not played in a proper CS:GO team for a long time.
He is eager to get back on the competitive front, the secret behind his motivation being the passion he has for the game.

Former Natus Vincere veteran, Egor "flamie" Vasilyev, is excited for the upcoming competitive season as he returns to CS:GO with the Russian esports organization 1win.

The 24-year-old was last seen playing with NAVI Junior during WePlay Academy League Season 2 in November last year. Two months since then, flamie is all set to make a comeback to competitive CS:GO with ESL Challenger League Season 40 Europe which is scheduled to take place from 18th January to 3rd April.

Before kicking off the 2022 season, flamie gave an update about himself, his new team, what they aim to achieve, and the reason behind his motivation which compels him to continue competing in CS:GO.

Flamie shares his thoughts about the 1win CS:GO roster

The Russian rifler is looking forward to the 2022 season, having found a new home with 1win. The team currently has four permanent players and a coach, while they try out a fifth player to see if he is a good fit for the team or not.

Flamie when asked about his current opinion about the roster said that,

I think all the players are very strong, at least from their performance in the FPL (FACEIT Pro League). They play a lot, train, and for the first time its clear from the point of training that the players are strong. The main thing is just to develop further and show results.
Egor "flamie" Vasilyev

On a personal level, flamie feels a lot of positive emotions as he has not played in a proper CS:GO team for a long time, almost four months if his time with NAVI Junior is to be excluded. He is glad to have gotten an opportunity to help this team reach a better position.

Flamie's farewell statement on leaving NAVI

As for what the team wants to achieve this year, their ultimate goal is to breach into the top 10 CS:GO rankings. Flamie explains how they want to go about achieving this aim that they have set out for themselves,

The plan is to get into the top 30 first, because the team (1win) was making substitutions and dropped out of the top 30. Firs step is to enter top 30 and start your journey a little bit. Once this is achieved, there are plans to reach top 20 and even top 10. But first of all, we will try and win the tournaments in which we participate, show ourselves by achieving better results.
Egor "flamie" Vasilyev

Flamie is eager to get back on the competitive front, when asked about the secret behind this motivation he responded that it was due to his passion for the game.

For a very long time I have not being playing with a team. I had a long break, I did play with NAVI Junior but that was just to help them out. Now there is an opportunity to play with a team, train with them, I have been doing this all my life, I really like it, it's my passion and desire.
Egor "flamie" Vasilyev

All set to return with a new team and an untested lineup, the road ahead is definitely not going to be easy, especially with the level of competition that the CIS region has witnessed over the last few years.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer 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.