Richard “shox” and Eric “adreN” are no longer part of Team Liquid’s CS:GO starting lineup. This Sunday (19), the organization announced through its social networks the departure of the French player and the North American coach to the team’s reserve bench.
Today we are announcing that shox & adreN are stepping down from our active lineup as we explore all of our future options for our roster.
— Team Liquid CSGO (@TeamLiquidCS) June 19, 2022
“Today we are announcing that Shox and AdreN are leaving our roster as we explore all of our future options for our lineup.”
Shox arrived at Liquid in December 2021 as a bet for the North American team. During his time with the organization, the Frenchman helped the team qualify for the PGL Major Antwerp 2022 Legends, but he did not win any titles.
AdreN ends his third time at Liquid, his second as a coach. In his best moment for cavalry, the American lifted several trophies, including the IEM Sydney 2019, ESL One Cologne 2019, and ESL Pro League S9 Finals, in addition to winning the Intel Grand Slam S2. However, on his return to the team in 2021, he failed to have the same success as in the past.
With the departures of shox and adreN, check out how Liquid’s CS:GO lineup turned out:
- Jonathan “EliGE” Jablonowski
- Keith “NAF” Markovic
- Joshua “oSee” Ohm
- Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella
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