— I’m making this decision [de maneira] strictly technical. We need a professional AWP, today we don’t have one, and we need one to be able to have bigger flights and fight among the best in the world — said guerri on video.
— Today we have ART with the AWP, but I need to loosen his collar. It’s hard to leave him as support, that AWP that sits in Mirage’s CT base. I need to release it so that we can have more space on the map. The ks was also adapted in major, he pulled the AWP a few times, but it’s not ideal. To be one of the best teams in the world we need to have a team that does not stay in adaptation – he continued.
VINI, from FURIA, during the PGL Major Stockholm — Photo: Disclosure/PGL
Guerri also stated that he would like VINI to continue working at FURIA, whether playing another modality or exercising another activity. The player, however, went to social media to confirm that he wants to continue competing in CS:GO and said he is evaluating proposals for next year.
— FURIA, through the war, came to the conclusion that it wouldn’t want to count on me for the 2022 season. Obviously I’m saddened by the decision, but life as a professional athlete is like that — he wrote.
The 22-year-old player added that, in the “future after CS:GO”, he wants to continue working in esports and wants that to happen at FURIA.
VINI has been with FURIA since 2017, at the foundation of the organization. With the exception of a small period in the team academy, the player participated in the entire trajectory of the team, from his time in Brazil, through the shift in the North American scene and participation in events in Europe – at the beginning of the month, FURIA managed to for the first time achieving “Legend status”, finishing the PGL Major Stockholm in 5-8th place.