koosta joins Team Liquid, adreN off starting roster

Feb 22 2016 3 min read
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Kenneth "koosta" Suen has officially joined

Team Liquid, the organization announced in a tweet on Sunday.

However, according to a tweet from TL's director of eSports Robin Nymann, koosta will still be playing for

Enemy at least for now. The player is on loan to Enemy for the MLG Major Championship: Columbus Offline Qualifier. Should Enemy qualify for the main event, koosta will play for them and not Liquid.

koosta also tweeted that his first international LAN with TL will be in April.

Yesterday, Nymann tweeted that if TL qualifies with their current stand-in, Mohamad “m0E” Assad, he will play for them at the main event.

It’s been expected that TL would make an offer to koosta since Nymann told theScore last week that they were interested in signing him. Enemy coach Steve “Ryu” Rattacasa also said that koosta would not play with Enemy when his contract expired, fueling predictions that he would move to TL. koosta played for TL in their ESL Pro League match against

Cloud9 on Feb. 18, standing in for Eric “adreN” Hoag.

Nymann has since tweeted that adreN is still signed to Liquid, but has been rotated out of their starting roster. adreN joined Team Liquid after they signed

Denial eSports’ former roster in January 2015, though his recent performance with the team has come under fire. At the ELeague Road to Vegas qualifiers, TL finished 5-8 after losing 0-2 to
DOGMEN, an unknown team, partially due to adreN’s performance.

Source: thescoreesports.com


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