Josh Raven of The Daily Dot has conducted an interview with G2.Kinguin’s founder and CEO, Carlos “ocelote” Rodríguez Santiago, who discusses his last year as a professional player, the League of Legends team’s qualification for LCS, the recruitment of Kinguin’s CS:GO roster and the future of the club, among other topics.
If you want to know more about what it means to run a successful esports club, then you certainly do not want to miss this interview! You can find a snippet of the article below:
“I wanted to feel once again how it feels to qualify for LCS, and I felt it fully, despite not being in the driver seat. I feel lucky and blessed I could have this feeling again. Hence why I’m going all in with G2. It’s a matter of passion. […] It has been a major goal for us to become a world class esports club and I believe our hard work has paid off and we have finally accomplished that goal. During the last 12 month we made significant progress in shaping our internal organizational structure and processes as well as improving our content output and team infrastructure.”
You can read Rodríguez Santiago’s full interview with The Daily Dot by clicking here.