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Ensolenso from Quickmath: "We always go into a game with the mindset that we are going to win it"

Quickmath has proved to be a real force to be reckoned with in the Fragleague: PUBG Top Division. We contacted their player Antti "Ensolenso" Siurua, to talk about the ongoing season.
After five weeks of Fragleague: PUBG, we find the Finnish side Quickmath in a comfortable lead in the Top Division. Fragbite contacted their player "Ensolenso" for a quick chat about the second season of Fragleague and their prospects as a team.

Hi Ensolenso! Your team, Quickmath, sits at the moment in a comfortable lead of the Fragleague: PUBG Top Division after five weeks played. What makes your team so good?

What I think makes our team good at this game is simply teamwork and communication. We also practice together almost every day and we are very similar kind of guys, so we get together well. Also, it's a huge benefit when you have three talented guys by your side in this game. But I would still say that teamwork and chemistry is one of the most important aspects to have a successful PUBG team.

How have you guys prepared yourself for this season of Fragleague? What does your practice routines look like?

We kind of didn't prepare for Fragleague at all, we were busy with the Phase 1 PELC Finals and after that, we were focusing on the Kick-Off Cup coming up. We train every day individually and then we play scrims as a team at least 4-5 times per week.

How do you approach the game? Is there anything special that makes Quickmath stick out tactically, compared to other teams?

Our approach to the game is nothing special. We have our own gameplans to different situations and it takes us a pretty long way in competitive games. I wouldn't say that we stick out tactically compared to other teams, there are just basic things you need to do in the game as a team to actually be consistent and have a bigger chance to do well.

Even though missing out on week 4, you were still able to keep your lead in the group. Is there any other team you feel have the capability to catch up with you?

It was a shame that we missed week 4. We tried to find a place to play it in Berlin, but were not lucky with it. There are few strong teams playing with us and with this point system, it's always going to be close. We just need to focus on our own gameplay.

I guess your expectations this season is to win the whole thing. Do you feel you can do it? Anything special you need to focus on in the upcoming four weeks?

We are a confident team and we always go into a game with the mindset that we are going to win it. The only thing we need to focus on is to keep playing our own game and focus. Not to get our heads in front of it, when we are leading.

Thanks for the interview, and good luck with the rest of the season. Is there anything you’d like to add?

Thank you! I'd like to wish you all a nice summer and remind you to sometimes go out and enjoy the sun.

Artikelbild: Quickmath

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