Endpoint has announced that their coaching position will be taken up by 34-year-old Allan “Rejin” Petersen after Allan “Allan” Hender was removed from the role earlier today. The Danish coach was ESIC banned for 20 months in September 2020 for using the spectator bug, and it was today that the ban expired.
Whilst serving one of the longest bans handed out by ESIC, Rejin spent time as an analyst for Entropiq Prague and a manager for Mad Lions but before this he was one of the premier coaches in Europe, gaining a name for himself whilst coaching MOUZ in 2019 and 2020.
Allan has also just announced that he will be going full-time as a broadcaster and considering the great quality of his casting whilst also working as a coach, the sky is the limit now that he solely dedicated to it.
For Endpoint this marks yet another reshuffle in their roster as Mohammad “BOROS” Malhas benched himself from the roster last week. It seems that despite the new legacy system that Endpoint put in place, they are still struggling to maintain their young talents as BOROS aims to follow in the footsteps of Shahar “flameZ” Shushan and William “mezii” Merriman by going to a bigger organisation.
This is not the end of the announcements for both Endpoint.
Endpoint are currently:
Guy “Nertz” Iluz
Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel
Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Kia “Surreal” Man
Mohammad “BOROS” Malhas (benched)
Allan “Rejin” Petersen (coach)
Header photo credit: Starladder
A Pro League champion 🏆
A Danish CS veteran 🇩🇰
A coach to take us to the next level 📈
— Endpoint CeX (@TeamEndpoint) May 25, 2022