MW2 Interview Series: Breszy

Fresh off of an eight win campaign in Vanguard, Paul “Breszy” Breszynski is back in EU Challengers and ready to find more success in 2023.

While playing in the North American Challengers circuit at the start of last season, Breszy helped make Texas Nation the best team in the region. The team won seven tournaments together, including Elite Stages 1 and 2.

The team would break apart after Matthew “KiSMET” Tinsley and Colt “Havok” McLendon were both acquired by CDL teams. This saw Breszy return to Europe, and prepare to take the crown in the EU Challengers Circuit.

With the competitive season of Modern Warfare II knocking at our doorstep, we got a chance to sit down with Breszy and get his thoughts on the upcoming season.


What changes do you think the 2 year lifetime of MW2 will cause compared to a usual 1 year game?:

Having a 2 year CoD will have some impact for some teams, as some players are better towards the end of the season when they start to know the most perfect way to play the game. It will be interesting to see how teams will approach this 2nd year and how they will still look to progress in their gameplay. When we see CSGO for example it’s pretty much the same maps for 10 years and they always find a way to discover new things, new strat. That’s a new thing on CoD we can’t say it’s good or bad yet till we try it so we will see.


What is your Favorite gun in MW2?:

M4


What are your thoughts on the season structure for the upcoming Challengers season?:

We will see how this season will go but I’d like to have a more developed challenger scene even if people are trying to do that it’s not enough currently. I’m not saying that because I’m in it, I like to remain objective, and when we compare CoD to other esport games they pay more attention to this side. That’s why at the moment many teams are finding it difficult to have organizations because the scene is not valued and it’s not very interesting for organizations to invest in this environment.


Who do you think will be the Breakout Challengers Player in MW2?:

I’m going to say my teammate Lynz, he has just turned 18 and is very mature in the way he practices, invests in the team, in addition to his individual level which is very promising.


How did you manage to have success across both EU and NA Challengers last season?:

I think we managed to achieve success with Texas Nation because we all had the same mindset and since day 1 we put 110% into the game every single day. We didn’t have any ego on this roster so we could be strict on the gameplay with each other without any issues, which helped us a lot. Basically, we tried to be better every day even when we were winning we didn’t change the way we practiced and the intensity we put into it. Since I had already teamed together in BO4 under E6 with General, KiSMET and our coach Mayhem I already had the confidence in them and the pleasure to play together was already there. I tried to re create this mindset when I came back to EU and we had some decent results but we all wanted to achieve more.


With the success of your team aswell as HyDra do you believe French cod is currently in the strongest position it’s ever been?:

There has always been good players in France specially individually but our biggest weakness was the teamplay and the way we practiced. We just needed to put the right players on the right team and create an environment where we can develop our potential and it’s what we are trying to do with our current team, we feel good together and I think we can represent the France the best way possible. So in my opinion France is definitely back to it’s top level.

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