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, Pley.gg 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: