"I think we will be on top [at DreamHack] in the end."
After acquiring its own Dota 2 team in former 4GL (see), FnaticMSI's Andreja 'ANdre' Mahovic accepts an interview from its new sponsor regarding the current state of his team and his views on 4GL's performance at ESWC.
Hi ANdre, for those of our readers who don't know you, could you please introduce yourself?
-"Hello, my name is Andreja and I am a player in the brand new FnaticMSI DotA2 team. I can call myself a hardcore gamer as I have been playing Warcraft 3, DotA and StarCraft 2 competitively. Currently, I live in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, the city I was born in. The game I currently play is DotA 2 by Valve."
Going into the DreamHack tournament you will be looking to do your best for your new team - do you feel any added pressure now?
-"DreamHack is one of the largest LAN tournaments in Europe. Being one of the participants really is an honor for every gamer. I can tell you that we will come prepared for any challenge that awaits us there. There's always a pressure when you attend a LAN tournament like this one, but I think that my team is experienced enough to put that pressure to good use. Having an extra pressure can benefit a team, as you don't get to fool around and relax in the match, and every match for us is the important one. We always try to do our best, and I think we will be on the top in the end.
I am really looking forward to see the list of the participating teams though. The more challenging - the more fun. I'd also like to send huge thanks to our sponsors MSI, SteelSeries, Eizo, Gunnar Optiks and RaidCall, since without of their support, we wouldn't be able to show that we are worthy of wearing the FnaticMSI tag."
Read the full interview by FnaticMSI here.
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