The youngest member of the current G2 Esports CS:GO roster, Ilya “m0NESY” Osipov, finally played his first game in the top league. The 16-year-old looked unconcerned, maintaining pace with most of his team members and making a good impression as he hosted a final HLTV rating 1.11.
Despite that performance, many in the community have pointed out that this is an online tournament, so his true mental strength can only be properly tested in a LAN context. But m0NESY seems prepared, saying he doesn’t feel nervous ahead of the big games, something NAVI head coach Andrii said. “B1ad3” Horodenskyi pointed out specifically regarding the Russian CS:GO prodigy.
M0NESY disagrees with the critical feedback that head coach NAVI gives him
G2 Esports new marksman, m0NESY, has shown great temperament and form for the European team at the start of the 2022 season. Currently competing in the ongoing BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022, G2 has Win all their matches and dominate ‘Group A’ by beating teams like Complexity and Ninjas in Pajamas.
In a recent interview with Pleym0NESY says he doesn’t mind all the hype surrounding moving to G2 because he believes that one shouldn’t care what people say about you.
The young talent continued to rebut the critical feedback NAVI head coach B1ad3, made public about him a few weeks ago. With full confidence in his abilities, m0NESY said that B1ad3’s quote about how he will get “really nervous in important matches” incorrect.
Providing yet another example, m0NESY described how he didn’t feel any pressure at the WePlay Academy Tournament and continued to play his natural game most of the time and dominate his opponents. His last comment was “I’m just cold as ice”.
Regarding his goals for the 2022 season, m0NESY just wanted to lift a trophy with his team in the stands after winning the CS:GO tournament. He wants to feel the hustle after the win, which he has missed so far.
https://afkgaming.com/csgo/news/csgo-prodigy-m0nesy-responds-to-criticism-by-navi-head-coach-b1ad3 CS:GO Prodigy m0NESY Responds to Criticism of NAVI Head Coach B1ad3