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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

ForZe Esports has parted ways with coach liTTle

And it has made a few other tweaks to its active CS:GO roster.

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ForZe Esports has announced that it is making a few changes to its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. The tweaks will see changes to the team's coaching staff and its active roster, as it looks to rebuild as the year rounds out.

First of all, coach Anatoly "liTTle" Yashin, who joined the team back in 2017 as a player before transitioning to a coaching role in 2020, will be leaving the organisation. Then, on top of that, Almaz "almazer" Asadullin is being put up for transfer, and Evgeny "FL1T" Lebedev is being sent to the inactive slot on the team.

"Parting is an inevitable stage necessary for the development of both the team and players," said CEO Sergey "MegioN" Ignatko. "Together with Anatoly, Almaz and Evgeny we achieved great results and won many trophies. With our support, FL1T and almazer have grown into world class players. liTTle after being in the organization was also able to declare himself as a talented coach.

I wish the guys success in their future careers!"

With these changes, the ForZe CS:GO roster now consists of:

  • Andrey "Jerry" Mekhryakov

  • Alexander "KENSI" Gurkin

  • Alexander "zorte" Zagodyrenko

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

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