HellRaisers coach Alexander ‘nofear‘ Churochkin commented on Nikita ‘Daxak‘ Kuzmin’s open letter, in which the former HR player spoke about the reasons for leaving the team. It is worth noting that some nofear words look contradictory.
Alexander confirmed that he, along with other members of the team, was training while Daxak was sleeping. Nofear explained that Nikita’s daily routine was fundamentally different from the team’s. Daxak woke up at 8 am, did physical exercises and sat down to play matchmaking. He was banned from using imbalanced meta heroes like Lina.
The team woke up at 11 o’clock in the afternoon, and training matches were held from 1 pm to 7 pm. By 8 pm Kuzmin went to bed, and the team was preparing for the games until 2 am-3 am. According to Churochkin, Nikita did not know about this, and it was important for the team that he was absent.
«It’s hard to argue for hours and waste time to understand who is stronger, Slark or Gyrocopter. We didn’t do it on purpose. It’s just when Nikita went to bed, people had a desire to live, energy to do something, talk, have fun. Draw your own conclusions from this,» said nofear.
Another issue that nofear noted was that Daxak had half as many matchmaking games during the bootcamp, and played the heroes he knew how to do without adding meta heroes to his pool.
«The question is, why do you need a healthy lifestyle if Solo at 32 played 5 times more pubs on meta heroes than Nikita. And at the same time from 8 pm to 3 am he spent time with the team while Nikita slept?» – nofear explained his indignation.
As CyberScore reported, Team Spirit manager Korb3n opined that it would be difficult for Daxak to find a new team in Eastern Europe due to his dubious reputation.