eNesible was formed a month ago for the sole purpose of attending the TLS #3.
Some players from the lineup have been inactive for quite some time, i.e. lopflop hasn't played for 4 years, while jackis did not play for 3 years. It seems like a really long pause, but you know how they say in football; "form is temporary, but the skill is permanent". The thing is, the inactive ones were top players back in the day. Can they retain the same level of skill after a 3, or even a 5 year pause? If yes, is their old skill good enough to go head-to-head with the "new-kids"?
Players to watch out for:
jackis – top tier scope in his time, if he can get his 'mojo' right on the lan he could be a key player
dymatize– a very consistent player with good aim, lots of experience
lopflop – capable of changing the outcome of the match, but can he find his former self after 4 years of inactivity?
tactics, individual skill, lan exp.
can lack teamplay and confidence, long periods of inactivity, recently formed team
Although eNesible is a recently formed team and a big part of the lineup was inactive for a while, we should not undermine their capabilities. They are individually skilled, lan experienced and very active online before the lan. Their online results are impressive, although they had some minor setbacks. That makes them really unpredictable on LAN. Just yesterday they dropped one of the „top4" teams online, which proves that they have the guns to shock the top contestants. They have ambitions to reach the knock-out phase, and if they overcome some internal challenges, it should not be a problem.
1.1 years ago