<h1>CS GO player Kane about the new team: &quot;I have a burning desire to get back into eSports&quot;.

CS GO player Kane about the new team: &quot;I have a burning desire to get back into eSports&quot;.

Ukrainian CS:GO coach Mikhail Kane Blagin explained how he made the decision to lead The Incas. According to the specialist, he wants to catch up with the young team. He told about it in his interview to UPEA. 

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Blagin said he began coaching The Incas roster at the end of 2020:

Michael Kane Blagin:
"Toward the end of last year, I had a keen desire to get back into cyber sports. In the meantime, I'm sitting tight in csgo gambling sites. Of course, I would like to return to the big team. But I felt that during the time I was away, I needed to make up for lost time by practicing with a young team.

I was approached by Ganginho, who had been tested at pro100. My job before that was to build the new pro100 lineup - not coach as some people thought. Ganginho didn't work out then, but he really wanted to try again and suggested I see his young team. I saw a lot of zeal, desire and commitment in the core of their team. Those are traits that win you over, so I liked them, and here I am continuing to coach them."

Kane's previous team as coach was Natus Vincere, which he left in September 2019. With him, NAVI won six tournaments. In 2017, Gambit Esports under Blagin took first place at PGL Major Kraków 2017.

The Incas lineup:
  Ilya Ganginho Chernichenko;
  Arseniy cptkurtka023 Derevinsky;
  David MERL Davidyan;
  Dmitry t0kk Petrenchuk;
  Roman neiter Brul;
  Mikhail Kane Blagin (coach).