Team Liquid has revealed Jason “Moses” O’Toole as it’s new CS:GO coach. This news breaks shortly after the North American organization bid farewell to Eric “adreN” Hoag.
Moses is a legend of the Counter-Strike scene, having played competitively since 1999. He was a part of many fabled lineups in North America including United5 in 1.6 as well as Team Dynamic, Denial, and eLevate in CS:GO before moving into his new role as an analyst and then commentator.
Moses will be looking to right the course of the Team Liquid CS:GO division which saw an amazing streak of results in 2019 to earn themselves title of the best team in the world in addition to quite a few trophies including the Intel Grand Slam season 2 which they managed to secure in just 63 days.
Liquid recently released Nick “nitr0” Cannella in an effort to bounce back from a slew of not so great results after a fantastic run in 2019. Michael “Grim” Wince formerly of Triumph has been signed to replace nitr0 and has already impressed fans with his top of the charts performance in their debut against Ze Pug Godz in the DreamHack Open Summer event.
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