stanislaw criticizes current generation of players and North American pro scene

Canadian esports athlete Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz took it to Twitter to express disappointment with the current generation of North American players, as he believes that now in the pro scene, they are far from forming champion rosters.

This new generation of players is filled with individuals that don’t understand what it takes to be a part of a winning team. "Talent wins games but teamwork and intelligence win championships". "I’ll do whatever it takes to win games, whether it’s sitting on a bench waving a towel, handing a cup of water to a teammate, or hitting the game-winning shot".

I want nothing more than for NA CS to get back to where it once was. I’m glad that Liquid is doing NA proud and always being competitive on the international stage, but surely we can produce more than one competitive team from an entire continent. Since Covid, NA CS has had a steady decline and I’d say that it’s at its lowest point since I’ve started to compete back in 2015.

Yesterday, April 27, Jarguz departed EG Black as a free agent. The 30-year-old Canadian has been competing for the team since August 2022. Immediately after this, esports analyst Duncan "Thorin" Shields criticized the player's career.