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Vitality founder reveals "XTQZZZ was helping the team for 2-3 months before BLAST Paris Major", later deletes the tweet

Founder and co-owner of Vitality Fabien "Neo" Devide revealed new details about Paris CS:GO Major 2023. It turned out that the team's former coach, Remy "XTQZZZ" Quoniam, was involved in the roster's preparation before the event. A video with explanations appeared on Twitter but was later taken down by Fabien.

In it, Neo thanked Danny "zonic" Sorensen and analyst Mathieu "MaT" Leber for their work. After that, Fabien revealed that another person "helped the line-up for two or three months." He moved the camera to XTQZZZ, who was holding the Major trophy.

Source: Fabien "Neo" Devide on Twitter
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In the post-event interview, apEX also thanked XTQZZZ for developing him as an IGL. He and other players shared that Vitality had restructured their approach in January, particularly the calling style. From his words, it seemed that zonic might not have been fully ready for the changes, which aligns with this reveal about XTQZZZ.

XTQZZZ previously worked at Vitality from 2018 to 2021 and then moved to G2 Esports. After leaving the latter in late October, he did not officially join any organization.

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