From AWPing for ENCE to playing for Finest. Must feel like a downgrade, right?
Unfortunately that’s what’s up for hades right now, as he leaves Snappi’s leadership - or rather, his bench - for the Israeli org and replaces anarkez.
hades didn’t have the best time on ENCE, even though he was abusing the AWP. In the last three months he only posted a measly 0.98 rating, and for an ENCE-team trying to push into the world’s top 3, SunPayus was a more than logical replacement.
With a rating like that hades won’t feel out of place though, as he joins 0.92 rated PlesseN and 0.80 rated kreaz. The rest of his new team (Twist and shokz) are so new to the team, they don’t even currently have a rating. A blank canvas is better than a ruined one, right?
All stats aside, hades had his good periods and we certainly hope his time on Finest will bring him much success.
Success. This next player had a lot of it, yet never really was rewarded for it. Can you guess who we’re talking about?
That’s right you big ole CS nerd, it’s siuhy!
Despite him leading MOUZ NXT to victory after victory, and the main team having a leadership issue, the Polish youngster was seemingly deemed too inexperienced. He’s now been sent off to GamerLegion, where he’s joined by another MOUZ reject, acoR.
Fret not however, as we have insider information. HLTV won’t tell you this. As far as we’re aware, siuhy’s departure is on loan, and so the move is not permanent.
mhL also looks to leave the academy scenes as he’s no longer a part of NXT. This leaves MOUZ’ youngsters with just two players, but if we follow their ESEA roster it should look as follows:
Another HLTV hadn’t figured out yet. Yeah.