Flamie on NAVI's Mirage win against MIBR: "Electronic only played the in-game lead on Mirage. He just wanted to try it."

In a short interview with Flamie after the end of the game on Mirage, Yegor Vasiliev shared his thoughts on the game on Mirage and other interesting things. He said that the team began to perform better in attack due to a temporary change in the in-game leader on some maps.

Egor 'Flamie' Vasiliev said the following:

“Our offensive problems are related to the change of in-game leader on some maps. For example, on some cards, electronic called, not Boombl4. He is not very experienced in this role - maybe that's why it was difficult. If we won the pistol rounds and the first gun rounds, everything would have been different, but we lost, and it seems to me that after that the less experienced captain is lost. Perhaps we just need more time to adapt. "

Vasiliev reported how the transition of the captain's role to electronic took place on the Mirage card:

"Electronic just said that he understands this map well and wants to coordinate, but we did not refuse. No disputes with the coach, it was the decision of the whole team."

In addition, Yegor said that the practice of transferring the rights of an in-game leader appears only on one map, since Denis Sharipov needs to get used to a new role:

"Electronic was the in-game leader only on Mirage. He just wanted to try it. I don't know how it will happen next, but for now we are playing like this. This is also due to the results in other matches where he coordinated the team's actions. For example, during the RMR tournament we beat Team Spirit on Mirage under the direction of electronic. He gave instructions on the whole map, just because he wanted. Sometimes he just feels the game, knows what to do, reads the game better than B1ad3 or Boombl4. I think he might be a good captain, but he needs to adapt a little to the Mirage playstyle. "

In the current match, which takes place with the participation of NAVI and MIBR, "Born to Win" defeated the Brazilians on the Mirage map. For this, the teams needed three series of additional rounds.