H2K’s Prolly: ‘The way Vitality was playing against us I thought was very disrespectful’

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[hkes_show_google_ad] H2k-Gaming’s Neil “Prolly” Hammad addressed drafting concerns in his post-game interview after a long and arduous 2-1 victory over Team Vitality. “I’m not really picking any easy comps for them to play,” the H2K coach said. “So I kind of want them to be showing the weaknesses we have early on right now. So with these comps when they’re played incorrectly or without discipline, you can really see it and the comps crumble. That’s the kind of thing I want to do right now, and kind of painfully make them learn the game this way.” However, the second game of the series made him ditch the game plan in order to help secure the win against what he viewed as an unsportsmanlike Vitality. “Until the third game in the series, I was really upset that second game, the way that Vitality was playing against us I thought was really disrespectful,” he said. “So in the third game I decided to draft the most easy-mode scaling comp in the world. So I knew my team could survive early game and eventually just never lose.” “That very third game was the opposite of us trying hard comps… I was really upset I had to play that kind of comp right now.” One person who handled the difficulty of those comps well was H2K jungler Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski, who earned player of the series after a 15/6/25 KDA and 78 percent Kill Participation across the three games. [hkes_show_google_ad]

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