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Nerf cũng nối gót Kaymind, bày tỏ nguyện vọng muốn thử sức tại PEL.

Thierry “ Kaymind” Kaltenback – một trong những pro players PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Bắc Mỹ thành công nhất mùa giải esports 2019 kiêm streamer đang có 125,000 người theo dõi trên Twitch – muốn thay đổi khu vực thi đấu.

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Kaymind chụp hình cùng bạn gái tại PGC 2019

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“ Tôi vừa trải qua một hành trình cạnh tranh tuyệt vời tại Bắc Mỹ trong năm qua nhưng giờ là lúc để thay đổi“, Kaymind viết trên tài khoản Twitter cá nhân vào hôm qua (27/11). “Tôi đã chính thức trở thành player tự do và đang tìm kiếm một team tại PEL ( PUBG Europe League, giải đấu số một châu Âu – PV). Sau PUBG Global Championship 2019, tôi đang có động lực hơn bao giờ hết ở cả tư cách một player lẫn một người đồng đội và đang hào hứng chờ đợi tương lai.“

Nếu chưa biết, Kaymind là player kỳ cựu của PUBG chuyên nghiệp thế giới kể từ thuở sơ khai hồi đầu năm ngoái. Trải qua bốn teams DUEL, NRG Esports, Cloud9 và Genesis, Kaymind đã giành được hai chức vô địch quốc tế, hai lần đoạt Á quân Bắc Mỹ (National PUBG League-NPL) ở 2/3 Phases đầu tiên của mùa giải 2019.

Kaymind tiếp tục gây ấn tượng mạnh mẽ với fan hâm mộ PUBG quốc tế khi cùng đội tuyển Canada cán đích hạng ba tại PUBG Nations Cup (PNC) 2019 vào hồi tháng 8 vừa qua.

Gần đây nhất, Kaymind cùng những người đồng đội tại Genesis đã lọt vào Vòng Chung kết PGC 2019 trước khi cán đích hạng chín chung cuộc tại giải đấu PUBG quy mô nhất mùa giải.

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PGC 2019 sẽ là lần cuối cùng fan hâm mộ được chứng kiến đội hình của Genesis, tiền thân của C9, sát cánh bên nhau

Dù thừa nhận là “ thất vọng với màn trình diễn tại Vòng Chung kết PGC“, nhưng Genesis của Kaymind vẫn giành được 67,000 USD tiền thưởng, trở thành team Bắc Mỹ thành công thứ hai tại giải đấu sau Rumblers.

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Đây không phải là lần đầu tiên Kaymind công khai muốn chuyển sang PEL. Ở buổi streaming cá nhân cách đây một tháng, Kaymind đã bày tỏ khao khát muốn sang nước ngoài thử sức dù bạn gái của anh vẫn đang sinh sống tại Bắc Mỹ.

Bên cạnh đó, Kaymind cũng cho biết những người đồng đội tại Genesis cũng đang cân nhắc quyết định. Và như đã được dự đoán từ trước, Benjamin “ Nerf” Wheeler – người đã cùng Kaymind chinh chiến từ Cloud9 rồi tới Genesis – cũng đã quyết định “di cư” sang PEL.

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Bến đỗ tiếp theo của Kaymind và Nerf vẫn chưa được xác định

Genesis đã xác nhận chia tay hai players trên và cho biết sẽ bắt đầu công cuộc tái thiết đội hình ngay từ bây giờ nhằm chuẩn bị cho Phase 1 của mùa giải esport 2020.

Ở thời điểm bài viết được đăng tải, PUBG Corp vẫn chưa công bố lộ trình mùa giải esports vào năm sau.

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Dy cùng những đồng đội ở Vici Gaming đang thi đấu vô cùng ấn tượng tại Chengdu Major. Với chiến thắng trước TNC ở ngày thi đấu hôm qua, họ chỉ còn cách chức vô địch đúng một trận chung kết tổng nữa.

Và trước khi đến với ngày cuối cùng của Major Thành Đô, hãy cùng tìm hiểu xem chàng Support số 5 của đội tuyển Dota 2 Trung Quốc này nghĩ gì về giải đấu cũng như Meta hiện tại thông qua bài phỏng vấn của những phóng viên thường trú tại Chengdu Major nhé.

Chúc mừng các bạn đã lọt vào top 3 của Chengdu Major. Việc chỉ đạt top 6 tại ESL One Hamburg vừa rồi có phải đã ảnh hưởng đến cách mà các bạn chuẩn bị cho Major này hay không?

Cũng không hoàn toàn, ESL One Hamburg đối với chúng tôi mà nói thì chỉ giống như một kì nghỉ thôi. Chúng tôi đi với tinh thần vui là chính, thử nghiệm là chủ yếu. Nhưng với Chengdu Major, Vici Gaming đã có rất nhiều chuẩn bị, vì vậy chúng tôi của hiện tại đã khác xa thời điểm 1 tháng trước.

Vậy thì mục tiêu mà các bạn tự đề ra tại Major Thành Đô lần này là gì?

Chúng tôi nghĩ về mọi trường hợp có thể xảy ra. Năm ngoái, chúng tôi đã thi đấu với phong độ không tốt sau khi để rơi xuống nhánh thua. Năm nay, rOtk đã đưa ra chỉ thị với cả đội: Ngay cả khi chúng ta phải thi đấu ở nhánh thua, chúng ta vẫn sẽ chống trả hết sức mình.

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Cậu ấy hòa nhập với team rất tốt. Tôi nghĩ là Pyw đã có một màn trình diễn ấn tượng tại Major lần này

Ai là người đã có đề xuất mời Pyw vào đội?

Ở thời điểm đó, chúng tôi đang phải tìm kiếm một Support 4 thay cho Fade, và tôi đã đề cử cậu ấy. Tôi đã thi đấu cùng Pyw tại Trùng Khánh Major trước đó, và cậu ta cũng đã từng tham dự TI cùng team Serenity. Chúng tôi quyết định rằng cậu ấy có thể phù hợp với VG, vì vậy chúng tôi đã hỏi Pyw rằng liệu cậu ta có muốn thử sức ở một bến đỗ mới hay không.

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Ai đang là đội trưởng của đội ở thời điểm hiện tại?

Đương nhiên là Yang rồi.

Bạn nghĩ đánh giá Combo nào nguy hiểm hơn, Chen – Alchemist hay Morphling – Earthshaker?

Đã có khá nhiều Combo “chết chóc” được sử dụng bởi rất nhiều team khác nhau. Morphling – Earthshaker, Chen – Alchemist, Naga – Disruptor, KotL – NightStalker, … tôi nghĩ cái nào cũng nguy hiểm cả thôi.

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Tôi không nghĩ là nerf thẳng tay sẽ là một ý kiến hay. Bạn có thể buff những Hero Counter hoặc tìm một cách nào đó để nerf người bạn đồng hành của hắn. Morphling thật sự đã bị nerf khá nhiều rồi, nên bây giờ tôi nghĩ là không nerf được Hero ở khoản nào nữa đâu. Morphling là một vị tướng phụ thuộc rất nhiều vào khả năng của những player. Bạn phải tính toán lượng máu, phải hiểu là nên dùng skill nào vào thời điểm nào. Tôi không nghĩ là Morphling có tội tình gì để bị Nerf đâu.

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Vậy còn Chen thì sao? Bạn có nghĩ rằng Aura của Creep Rừng nên được stack hay không?

Tôi thì nghĩ rằng không nên để những Aura này có thể stack được. Chen có thể thu phục được những con Creep siêu to khổng lồ với skill mạnh mẽ như Centaur, Troll, Satyr ở Early Game, và đến Late Game thì lại “bắt những con Pokemon” có Aura xịn xò và stack chúng lại. Nên về cơ bản thì Chen cực kì mạnh mẽ suốt từ đầu game đến cuối game và Hero này không hề có điểm dừng cho giới hạn của sức mạnh.

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[Update] Welcome Kaymind to Team Liquid: Press F To Boost | kaymind pubg – Vietnamnhanvan

We are thrilled to announce that Kaymind will be joining our PUBG team! He is one of the most talented PUBG players in the world and has proven that time and time again over the last year and a half. He won the Fall Invitational near the end of 2018 and most recently finished 9th at the PUBG Global Championship. We’ve competed against Kaymind across many events so we know just how terrifying he can be to go up against and we could not be happier that he is adding his strengths to Team Liquid. Expect to see Kaymind competing with us very soon as we drop back into the action in PUBG.

“I’m super pleased with Kaymind as our newest addition to the team. He’s by far the most popular and best player from NA. I couldn’t have wished for a better fit with the rest of the guys. He was the player we feared to face in all our drop locations so we’re lucky to have him on our side now. Kaymind is also a talented driver, that’s exactly what we need to fix our ‘Liquid driving’. Exciting times ahead!” – Frederik van Guldener, PUBG Manager

“I’m super pleased with Kaymind as our newest addition to the team. He’s by far the most popular and best player from NA. I couldn’t have wished for a better fit with the rest of the guys. He was the player we feared to face in all our drop locations so we’re lucky to have him on our side now. Kaymind is also a talented driver, that’s exactly what we need to fix our ‘Liquid driving’. Exciting times ahead!” – Frederik van Guldener, PUBG Manager

To get to know Kaymind a bit better, we had a short interview with him on his secrets of remaining consistent, what his favourite map is to play on, and what made him decide to come to Europe to play PUBG.

Fun Fact: In his spare time, Kaymind sometimes composes music, take a moment and listen while reading the interview below!

What made you decide that you wanted to go to Europe and play in the PEL after the success you found in North America?

There’s a few reasons that went into that. First of all, it wasn’t going as great as I wanted with my team; I didn’t feel like we had issues that we could fix, because we had tried several times to fix them. So I was kinda looking for a change, plus the fact that the EU scene was really still popular. The game is a lot more popular in the EU scene than the NA scene, especially right now with all the orgs leaving NA. It’s pretty much not even a thing anymore? So that’s another reason. There’s also the fact that I met someone that lives in France so I decided to come over and live here. That is definitely part of the reason.

And then what made you choose Team Liquid specifically compared to any other organization in Europe?

I mean Team Liquid definitely has been one of the top EU teams, one of the best PUBG teams, since the beginning of PUBG. They’ve always been a team that I have been really impressed by, and to be honest if you asked me a year ago if I would ever be on Team Liquid, I probably would have said no. But that fact that right now I get the chance to compete with these guys, it’s an honor to me and I’m really motivated to play with them. They’ve always done awesome and I think we can do really great together.

Was moving to Europe something that you knew you wanted to do before the Global Championship or has it all fallen into place since then?

Yeah, so even before Phase 3 began I was thinking of actually moving to EU. I decided to stick with my team for one more tournament as C9 had just dropped us so we were an unsigned team and we were going to create our own brand for the remaining time in Phase 3 and get to the PGC. We knew we were qualified to PGC before the end of Phase 3 actually, so there wasn’t really any point to me leaving at that point. I wanted to stay with the team for one more run and do the best that we could. So pretty much before the PGC I had already decided that I wouldn’t be staying on that team and I would be finding an EU team to join. It was our last tournament together but we didn’t see it as like, “Ah, it’s our last tournament together so it’s kind of pointless.” We went in there and said let’s give it all we’ve got and then when it’s done it’s done and let’s move on from there.

So from your time on C9 starting back in 2018 all the way up to the PGC, how did you remain consistent in your results? What do you focus on to help keep you at the top?

I guess what really helps me stay consistent in PUBG is that I’m not a play maker. I’m not going to go out of my way to do a greedy play because I want to get a nice clip, or a nice double kill, or pad my stats, I will never do that. I always try to play with my team and I get the kills that I can get and try to stay alive as much as possible without obviously baiting teammates. Basically always try to stay alive, get the kills that you can get without getting too greedy and dying for it. I think a big thing for a lot of players in PUBG, they have really good aim, movement, stuff like that, but they try to go for those high risk kills. Going for those kills are not going to get you those kills, it’s just going to get you killed and then you end up not getting kills at all. I feel like that’s one of the biggest things that keeps me consistent.

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And then because you’re still alive you also find yourself in a lot of those endgame scenarios in the smaller circles. When you get to that point, how do you stay composed and make sure you land those shots when you get the opportunity?

It’s kind of hard to describe. If you get a high kill game in PUBG it’s kind of snowbally. You start feeling it and the more you frag, the more you’re confident and at the end of the game you’re thinking, “I’m gonna peak that guy.” And you’re not thinking you’re going to die, it’s just I’m gonna peak that guy and I’m going to click on him. He’s like any other player, if I just click on him he’s going to die, and you’re not really thinking about how this guy is one of the best players in the world so I have to be careful. Nah, I’m going to peak in a way that I can get a shot on him, if I can’t then I’ll change the angle, you do stuff that you do against any other player because it’s just how you play the game and you don’t really think about how the guy you’re fighting is actually really good, you just play your game, try to play it smart, and do what you can to win.

What do you think of the different maps being played during the tournaments? Do you find that you play better on one specifically, or do you prefer to play on any of them specifically?

So I’ve always felt that I play better on either Erangel or Miramar. I guess what I don’t like about Sanhok that much is that it’s really full of grass and trees and stuff like that so there’s not much visibility. It’s a lot easier to get picked off by somebody proning in the grass or there’s a lot of fights where you can see the guy and then you crouch and then you can’t really see them anymore so you have to spray in the grass a little bit to try to find where he is exactly. That’s something I’ve always had a little trouble with so I’d say Sanhok is probably my worst map right now and then Erangel is my favourite map right now, probably because I’ve been playing it for the longest amount of time and I know it pretty much by heart. And even though I’ve been playing Miramar for a while as well it’s such a big map and there are so many random dips that you don’t really know yet because there are just so many of them it’s almost impossible to know every single little dip on that map. It’s definitely Erangel or Miramar though in terms of my favourite.

Does that help keep the game fresh for you, that you don’t know everything about the map and you can find yourself in new situations?

Yeah for sure. It’s like a constant learning process. You can get a bad game where something happens that you were not expecting but then you know that it can happen next time you can play it differently so it’s always a fresh process pretty much.

What has been a favourite highlight of your PUBG career been so far for you?

I think the Fall Invitational is really hard to beat because that had really tough competition and we kind of went in there as a new team, we had only been together for a few months, and we had a new teammate. So we just went in there thinking let’s see what happens and we ended up competing really well and we actually ran into some issues during the tournament together, we sort of had a team fight and we somehow worked that out during the tournament and went on to win it. So, that was a really good feeling going from a bad start where we went into the tournament with a really bad attitude and things weren’t going well between us and then we fought through that and still won. That was a really good moment and a really fun tournament.

There has been a lot of talk on your stream and youtube comments about which team you’ll be joining, is there anything you’d like to say to your fans and fans of TL?

I’ve seen a lot of people in the last couple of months spam Team Liquid in my chat, a lot of people saying it was going to happen, a lot saying it wasn’t going to happen. So I’m glad to tell everyone that it actually happened and I’m super proud of it! I’m super happy because you guys could actually see me there so I just want to say thank you to everyone who has supported me. You guys are amazing.

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We are thrilled to announce that Kaymind will be joining our PUBG team! He is one of the most talented PUBG players in the world and has proven that time and time again over the last year and a half. He won the Fall Invitational near the end of 2018 and most recently finished 9th at the PUBG Global Championship. We’ve competed against Kaymind across many events so we know just how terrifying he can be to go up against and we could not be happier that he is adding his strengths to Team Liquid. Expect to see Kaymind competing with us very soon as we drop back into the action in PUBG.To get to know Kaymind a bit better, we had a short interview with him on his secrets of remaining consistent, what his favourite map is to play on, and what made him decide to come to Europe to play PUBG.In his spare time, Kaymind sometimes composes music, take a moment and listen while reading the interview below!There’s a few reasons that went into that. First of all, it wasn’t going as great as I wanted with my team; I didn’t feel like we had issues that we could fix, because we had tried several times to fix them. So I was kinda looking for a change, plus the fact that the EU scene was really still popular. The game is a lot more popular in the EU scene than the NA scene, especially right now with all the orgs leaving NA. It’s pretty much not even a thing anymore? So that’s another reason. There’s also the fact that I met someone that lives in France so I decided to come over and live here. That is definitely part of the reason.I mean Team Liquid definitely has been one of the top EU teams, one of the best PUBG teams, since the beginning of PUBG. They’ve always been a team that I have been really impressed by, and to be honest if you asked me a year ago if I would ever be on Team Liquid, I probably would have said no. But that fact that right now I get the chance to compete with these guys, it’s an honor to me and I’m really motivated to play with them. They’ve always done awesome and I think we can do really great together.Yeah, so even before Phase 3 began I was thinking of actually moving to EU. I decided to stick with my team for one more tournament as C9 had just dropped us so we were an unsigned team and we were going to create our own brand for the remaining time in Phase 3 and get to the PGC. We knew we were qualified to PGC before the end of Phase 3 actually, so there wasn’t really any point to me leaving at that point. I wanted to stay with the team for one more run and do the best that we could. So pretty much before the PGC I had already decided that I wouldn’t be staying on that team and I would be finding an EU team to join. It was our last tournament together but we didn’t see it as like, “Ah, it’s our last tournament together so it’s kind of pointless.” We went in there and said let’s give it all we’ve got and then when it’s done it’s done and let’s move on from there.I guess what really helps me stay consistent in PUBG is that I’m not a play maker. I’m not going to go out of my way to do a greedy play because I want to get a nice clip, or a nice double kill, or pad my stats, I will never do that. I always try to play with my team and I get the kills that I can get and try to stay alive as much as possible without obviously baiting teammates. Basically always try to stay alive, get the kills that you can get without getting too greedy and dying for it. I think a big thing for a lot of players in PUBG, they have really good aim, movement, stuff like that, but they try to go for those high risk kills. Going for those kills are not going to get you those kills, it’s just going to get you killed and then you end up not getting kills at all. I feel like that’s one of the biggest things that keeps me consistent.It’s kind of hard to describe. If you get a high kill game in PUBG it’s kind of snowbally. You start feeling it and the more you frag, the more you’re confident and at the end of the game you’re thinking, “I’m gonna peak that guy.” And you’re not thinking you’re going to die, it’s just I’m gonna peak that guy and I’m going to click on him. He’s like any other player, if I just click on him he’s going to die, and you’re not really thinking about how this guy is one of the best players in the world so I have to be careful. Nah, I’m going to peak in a way that I can get a shot on him, if I can’t then I’ll change the angle, you do stuff that you do against any other player because it’s just how you play the game and you don’t really think about how the guy you’re fighting is actually really good, you just play your game, try to play it smart, and do what you can to win.So I’ve always felt that I play better on either Erangel or Miramar. I guess what I don’t like about Sanhok that much is that it’s really full of grass and trees and stuff like that so there’s not much visibility. It’s a lot easier to get picked off by somebody proning in the grass or there’s a lot of fights where you can see the guy and then you crouch and then you can’t really see them anymore so you have to spray in the grass a little bit to try to find where he is exactly. That’s something I’ve always had a little trouble with so I’d say Sanhok is probably my worst map right now and then Erangel is my favourite map right now, probably because I’ve been playing it for the longest amount of time and I know it pretty much by heart. And even though I’ve been playing Miramar for a while as well it’s such a big map and there are so many random dips that you don’t really know yet because there are just so many of them it’s almost impossible to know every single little dip on that map. It’s definitely Erangel or Miramar though in terms of my favourite.Yeah for sure. It’s like a constant learning process. You can get a bad game where something happens that you were not expecting but then you know that it can happen next time you can play it differently so it’s always a fresh process pretty much.I think the Fall Invitational is really hard to beat because that had really tough competition and we kind of went in there as a new team, we had only been together for a few months, and we had a new teammate. So we just went in there thinking let’s see what happens and we ended up competing really well and we actually ran into some issues during the tournament together, we sort of had a team fight and we somehow worked that out during the tournament and went on to win it. So, that was a really good feeling going from a bad start where we went into the tournament with a really bad attitude and things weren’t going well between us and then we fought through that and still won. That was a really good moment and a really fun tournament.I’ve seen a lot of people in the last couple of months spam Team Liquid in my chat, a lot of people saying it was going to happen, a lot saying it wasn’t going to happen. So I’m glad to tell everyone that it actually happened and I’m super proud of it! I’m super happy because you guys could actually see me there so I just want to say thank you to everyone who has supported me. You guys are amazing.

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