- KennyS talks about anime and football in a recent interview.
- He reveals that he is addicted to the anime One Piece.
- KennyS says that “I just got a little depressed because of PSG’s loss.”
French CS:GO player Kenny “kennyS” Schrub recently spoke a bit about both Football and Anime among other things Counter-Strike in an interview with Gameinside. While speaking about what show he was currently watching the 25-year-old stated that “I am currently watching the One Piece anime.”
KennyS Addicted To One Piece
The French player who is considered to be one of the deadliest AWPers in competitive CS:GO recently revealed how badly addicted he is to the famous anime One Piece. While answering a question in a recent interview about which TV shows or films the player was currently watching, KennyS replied by stating that he does not watch anything on Netflix because all he watches these days is One Piece.
“Though there are a lot of good shows to watch, I’m watching nothing but One Piece at the moment.”
The famous anime which is based on the mange Eiichiro Oda follows the journey of the main character Monkey D. Luffy who wants to become the king of all pirates by finding the world’s ultimate treasure known as “One Piece”. It is one of the oldest running anime which was initially aired on 20th October 1999, till date a total of 938 episodes have been released.
KennyS Upset Over PSG’s Loss
Following PSG’s recent loss to Bayern Munich in the finals of UEFA Champions League, KennyS was very upset about it despite G2 Esports themselves qualifying to the playoffs of ESL One Cologne 2020 on the same day.
I’m devastated, bye— kennyS (@G2kennyS) August 23, 2020
The player had tweeted “I’m devastated, bye” after the match ended and replies to the fans who were commenting on the post, shows how big a fan of the club KennyS actually is. For those who did not know that KennyS was a big football fan this is quite an interesting find.
Apart from talking about anime and football some other things that were discussed with the player were things like his mediocre performance so far at the currently ongoing ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – Europe, his mind blowing performance against Na’Vi back in 2013, how the team has been training during quarantine, and more.
Having made their way through to the playoffs after a really close series against Heroic, let’s see if G2 Esports can go all the way to lift the trophy.