Ayden: “We are positive about our future”

We caught up with our Heroes of the Storm team manager, Radoslaw “Ayden” Kwiatkowski, who talked about the bootcamp in Madrid and what went wrong at DreamHack Valencia.

Last week, Gamers2’s Heroes of the Storm team travelled to Valencia for the Turtle Beach DreamHack All-Stars, a four-team tournament with $15,000 on offer. It was the first event for the team with the new lineup, and unfortunately things did not go our way as we finished in third place.

In the coming days, the team will be taking part in the European online qualifiers for the World Cyber Arena, in which eight teams will battle it out for four spots at the continental finals, at Gamescom. So, we decided to catch up with our team manager, Radoslaw “Ayden” Kwiatkowski, to know how the atmosphere within the team is right now.

“Our bootcamp has come to an end. Its main purpose was to get used to the latest roster changes and to prepare for the upcoming tournaments. Some days ago, we had the chance to test ourselves at DreamHack Valencia, and although it did not work out as well as we would have liked, we are positive about the future. DreamHack Valencia showed us what we cannot do, what we are not so good at and what we should focus more on. Our next test awaits us, as we will fight for a place at the European qualifiers for the World Cyber Arena, which will be held during Gamescom, in Cologne. There, we should met again Team Liquid and Na’Vi, and we will try to show that their victories against us in Valencia were just a coincidence.”

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