Team Endpoint have undergone change ahead of week five of the ESL Premiership.
On June 9th, AWPer Luzuh posted on social media that “recent decisions made it clear” that his and the ambitions of Endpoint were “no longer alligned”.
I have decided to leave @teamendpoint, I would like to thank them for the opportunity, but unfortunately recent decisions made it clear that our ambitions are no longer aligned and I dont feel mine will be achieved with the current organisation of the team.
— Luzuh (@LuzuhCS) June 9, 2019
It is still unclear to who will be replacing Luzuh on the starting line-up for the team.
With EpicLan right around the corner, it will certainly be interesting to see who replaces one of the UK’s top talents on Endpoint.
Along with Luzuh, coach Whitey announced his departure from the organisation.
I am sadly no longer apart of @teamendpoint – Sad how things turnt out, but life is life. Not sure what the future holds but hopefully I can prove myself elsewhere soon.👍🏻
— Whitey (@WhiteyCS) June 9, 2019
Now looking for a coach and a fifth player for the foreseeable future, Endpoint will be hoping to find adequate replacements in due course.
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