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Snappi: I see SunPayus as our main star going forward

We caught up with ENCE’s captain in Rio for an interview just moments after his squad had eliminated Vitality from the Major.

Marco “Snappi” Pfeiffer and his men from ENCE are just one step away from securing a spot in the Champions Stage at the IEM Rio Major, following an impressive 2-0 victory over Team Vitality that avoided them an exit from the event. This means that if ENCE win their next matchup which is tomorrow, they will lock in a spot in the top eight of the IEM Rio Major, where the likes of FURIA, Cloud9, Outsiders, and fnatic are already waiting.

After ENCE’s huge victory over the world’s No. 1 team in Team Vitality, caught up with ENCE’s captain, Marco “Snappi” Pfeiffer for a post-match interview, in which he did not just comment on the victory, but also the impact that Alvaro “SunPayus” had in their win. The 23-year-old Spaniard delivered an exceptional performance in the elimination match, which saw him finish on the top of the overall scoreboard with a 60-31 K/D and 1.51 Rating. Over the two maps, SunPayus also had an impact rating of 1.70, 27 AWP kills, and 15 Opening kills.

In the interview, the 32-year-old Danish in-game leader also revealed that giving the Spanish AWP’er fewer responsibilities in the future was a priority in order to fully utilize the talented sniper.

“SunPayus needs to have less responsibility on his shoulders than he had in Movistar Riders because he has so much potential. I see SunPayus as our main star going forward, who is going to put up the numbers for the team, which means we also have to get him going on the T-side. On the CT-side he is one of the best players in the world and if we can utilize him on the T-side as well, he will be one of the best AWP’ers in the world.” – Snappi said in the post-match interview.   

Watch the full interview with Snappi right here:

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