Welcome Grim to TLGO

August 04 2020


Not many people can claim they've dropped a 60 bomb during a game of CS:GO, but only a few short weeks ago that's exactly what Team Liquid's newest member did (64 to be precise). We're very happy to introduce you to Grim — one of the most talented riflers in North America. While he does have some big shoes to fill, he has shown us nothing but hunger and determination to help elevate us back to the #1 spot in the world. More than just determination though, he has proven himself time and time again with his skills against some of the best teams in the world and we are very excited to accomplish great things together — starting with DreamHack.


Interview with Grim


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Over the last couple of years you’ve been making waves as one of the best up and coming players in NA. What does it mean to you to have your abilities recognized and be asked to join Team Liquid?

For me it really means the world to me that such an amazing organization and team is reaching out to me, it lets me know that my hard work is being recognized and inspires me to work even harder to accomplish my goals and make sure they made the right choice choosing me.


What are your goals for the future with Team Liquid? What do you want to accomplish with the team?

My goals under Team Liquid is to win as many trophies and tournaments as possible, especially a Major. I want us to be the best team in the world, and a place NA CS fans can call home and rely on to consistently provide results.


How did you decide on your position in CS? Was it a role you chose or did you fill in a position that was needed?

Early on my teams wanted me in the Multi-Frag potential positions/roles because they noticed how good I was at aiming and thought it would be beneficial for the team. Ever since then I have stuck with it and tried to perfect my role(s) as much as possible.


Lastly, is there anything you’d like to say to fans of the team who will be watching you play from now on?

Just want to say thank you all for supporting as much as you do! Without you all none of this would be possible, and I hope that I can be a solid fit in Team Liquid and win another major and many championships for NA!








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