Zeus: I don't see myself as a player or coach

Former CS:GO professional player Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko has shared some vision about his state of mind at the moment: he has no plans to resume his career. He explained that he began to feel tired with age and could no longer spend eight hours sitting in front of the computer.

I do not see myself as a full-fledged coach or a player now. I am 32 years old, I am very tired. After Gambit, I didn't think I'd find the strength to return to Na'Vi and do a lot of work to really start winning tournaments so we could be in the top. In fact, when I left, the Natus Vincere had everything ready for them to make further progress and play.

When you're 20-25 years old, you just have an unmeasured amount of energy sitting in front of your PC, and now when I'm streaming it's really hard for me to sit at my computer for eight hours.

At the moment ex-captain of Natus Vincere is developing his organization pro100, and other eSports projects.  During the last six months launch of the CS:GO Academy for Young Talents have been planned, but the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic has forced a postponement.

Zeus announced his decision to end its career as a professional player in September last year. He has won many prestigious tournaments, most of which are sponsored by Natus Vincere and Gambit.