Today we've interviewed Kirill «Gospadarov» Gospadarov, and asked him interesting questions.
1.How do your practice goes and how do you do theoretical studies, learn tournaments and tactics?
Our training starts with a theoretical part or a game analysis, we add something new or fix it and set it in practice. A normal training session lasts at least 8 hours.
2.What difficulties did you experience in adapting to the regime and discipline?
I have not experienced any difficulties, because I personally believe that it is very effective and was previously prepared for it.
3.If you hadn't chosen the eSports industry, what would you prefer?
I think I'd work in the IT industry.
4.In your opinion, will there be Dota Junior team? Or Junior team on other disciplines?
Rather yes than no. Depends on who has someone to train.
5.Do the coaches treat you strictly? How do you manage discipline for delays and other mistakes? Maybe you have some interesting stories about it.
No, not strictly. We have a system of penalties, but it comes very rarely. It's in our own interests, the players, to respect the discipline to achieve the goal.
6.How do you evaluate your personal growth after joining Na'Vi Junior?
Na'Vi has got a big media base. You come to the event and somebody will recognize you. It's nice, it feels like work isn't in vain and gives the motivation to move on.
7.How do you get along with each other? Is it possible to say that you are already united as a team?
Our summer bootcamp brought us closer together, we saw each other in different situations and we know how to approach each other.
8.Tell me something about the support from your family and friends. How do they feel about the fact that you have chosen to become a cyber athlete from a young age?
I have a lot of support from my family. For example, my parents didn't believe it was possible. Their opinion changed after the outcome and now they're watching my every game. This is the best support.