I have personally followed you for some time now from Quake Live now into Quake Champions. Can you tell us the story of how you firstly found Quake and what drives you to keep playing?
We will start with Quakecon 2017 where your team won the Sacrifice tournament and a share of the exciting one million dollar prize pool. Many players might not have known but you were extremely good in Quake Live CTF as well, what did you think of Sacrifice as a game mode and what was it like for you to win this event?
It was an amazing feeling to win this Quakecon tournament with my team especially as we put in a lot of effort and that it was a big reward for first place.
Fast forward a few months later your team played with an unchanged roster and was this time knocked out by Stacked ( toxjq, noctis, fazz, 2GD) in the semi finals. Looking back what would you say went wrong for your team in this series?
iD Software soon after decided to remove Sacrifice and replace it with 2v2 TDM but just like in Sacrifice we're seeing a very consistent meta evolve or establish at each tournament. How do you feel about champion diversity in Quake Champions for the two years of events and the way in which 2v2 TDM plays?
In general 2v2 TDM plays the same every meta trying to rotate items controlling weapons and getting power ups, but with all balance changes I feel like the strategies and focuses change, like right now I feel that the Lightning Gun is really strong, so I try to abuse it as much as I can.
Speaking of meta, the game has a very big update just dropped, which has brought big changes to champions and weapons, what are some changes you do and don't like about this new patch already?
You have played 2v2 TDM with both Clawz, Xron and now Raisy. Since not many people get this same experience of diverse elite talent, if you can comment on what is something you learned or improved on the most from time with each player?
With Xron: I learned to think a lot more tactical about the items, positioning, spawns and in general how to approach the game smarter.
With Raisy: I learned to be more relaxed and be myself. By feeling more comfortable I can play the best I can.
All of them are amazingly talented people with each their strengths.
Dreamhack is less than a week away and you will be representing Myztro Gaming with the Dueling champ from Hungary, Raisy. What expectations have you got for this tournament and what do you think is your biggest strength as a duo?
Our biggest strength is that we both are aggressive and are able to combine this in synchronized attacks.
We have heard much chatter and seen footage of CTF from announcements this year by iD Software but they still hold off on releasing this mode. Playing at the top level in both Quake Live CTF and QC Sacrifice what if any scepticism do you have about how CTF will work in Quake Champions?
There is no more announcements of Quake tournaments after Dreamhack Winter. Many of us are hopeful that there can be more coming but if there was no Quake Champions left to play. What could we expect from Silencep in 2019?
Thank you for your time today and best of luck at Dreamhack Winter. You have many fans around the world but also Australia! Do you have any final words for our readers?