I think it was a question of time and a suitable offer. Of course Frozen and my fiancée played a big role in it too, it wouldn't have been possible without them. I could have had an interesting engagement in the EU, or rather in CZ/SK, but I live in Australia and I don't want to change that (laughs). DGG was the right choice. I think we will be able to build a team that will be TOP 1 in AU within 1-2 years. We also want to fight for every slot in the EU event (and there are not a few of them).
The season was already in process when I was contacted by DGG management. The original roster was supposed to be a bit more experienced "on paper". In the end we have a roster full of AU players who are keen to push themselves. Of course, time will tell how far we can move.
We have several goals that we want to achieve and set ourselves up for what lies ahead. Over the past months we have shown that we can compete against the top 3 teams in AU and we believe that the second half of the season will be even better.
The biggest success has to be the ESL AU/NZ Championship - we almost had it against Order and I believe we could have beaten Vertex, but unfortunately it didn't happen. And the biggest failure in my eyes is definitely the LPL Pro League Season 10 final against Vertex, where we definitely should have done more than that.
We always try to vary the training according to the phase of the season. We prepare every day for a few hours, usually dedicating a part to theory/analysis and then of course the in-game practice follows.
It's pretty simple, the more energy and time you put into the game, the better you will get at it, whether it is team or individual practice.