Legendary CS: GO AWPer GuardiaN stated he’s prepared to make a comeback after investing months dealing with his specific performance, according to a column he wrote for Dexerto.

The 29-year-old veteran is one of the most decorated gamers in CS: GO regardless of never winning a Significant. GuardiaN initially had an effective run with Natus Vincere from December 2013 to July 2017 before signing up with FaZe Clan in August 2017. He assisted Na’Vi and FaZe win several champions, such as ESL One New York City in October 2016 with the CIS group and the ELEAGUE Premier in October 2017 with FaZe. GuardiaN played in two Major finals with Na’Vi and made it to one with FaZe.

GuardiaN saw his private type decay at the end of his stint with FaZe and he was transferred back to Na’Vi in September 2019. His return, nevertheless, ended after only 4 months and Na’Vi changed GuardiaN with Perfecto due to GuardiaN’s bad private type.

” I have unfinished company in Counter-Strike,” GuardiaN said. The 29-year-old said he wasn’t comfy with his effect in the video game and decided together with Na’Vi to move himself to the bench. Ever since, GuardiaN said he’s been working on his specific video game “non-stop.”.

Throughout this duration, GuardiaN has actually been streaming his FACEIT Pro League (FPL) matches on his Twitch channel and has actually only played 6 competitive matches in 2020. He was loaned to Dignitas, who couldn’t use Håkon “hallzerk” Fjærli in Flashpoint season one in April due to visa issues. The veteran has balanced a ranking of 0.96 during 2020, according to HLTV’s data.

” I’m hungrier than ever; and I seem like with the best group, I can lastly declare the evasive Major prize and it will no longer be a case of ‘the one that got away,'” GuardiaN stated.

GuardiaN said throughout the article that he compares his existing individual type to his peak with FaZe, however he does not expect to come back and be the most consistent fragger on a group. “With the ideal team, I know that I can fill deep space as a top-tier AWPer and grind to become one of the very best snipers in CS: GO once again,” GuardiaN stated.

Although GuardiaN aspires to return to competitive play, he won’t jump at the first opportunity that comes and will wait for the “best chance to develop.”.