Gen.G supposedly targeting Liazz for CS: GO team|Dot Esports
Gen.G is presently down to just three gamers in its CS: GO lineup.
Gen.G has actually set its eyes on among 100 Burglars’ riflers, Jay “Liazz” Tregillgas, according to a report by Jarek “DeKay” Lewis.
If the two organizations close the deal, the 23-year-old Australian would fill among the two vacant areas in Gen.G’s CS: GO roster, following Damian “daps” Steele and Sam “s0m” Oh shift to VALORANT previously this month.
Liazz has actually become part of 100 Thieves’ core considering that the group was still safeguarding Renegades in September 2018. Liazz and crew signed an agreement with Nadeshot’s esports organization in October 2019, and completed one full year under 100 Burglars’ banner, up until the company decided to leave the CS: GO scene for the second time.
The Australians played their last match for 100 Burglars at the IEM New York The United States and Canada grand finals last weekend, when they were beaten by FURIA. Liazz might be the 3rd player to find a new home as Joakim “jkaem” Myrbostad signed a contract with Norwegian team Apeks earlier today and the Australian star Justin “jks” Savage is reportedly joining Complexity in time for BLAST Premier Fall Series.
Gen.G, on the other hand, has actually signed up with the CS: GO scene in December 2019 with the signings of daps, s0m, Timothy “autimatic” Ta, Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdidand, and Kenneth “koosta” Suen. The group won DreamHack Open Anaheim in February 2020 and ESL One: Road to Rio The United States And Canada in May, however was still not able to eliminate against the more powerful groups in NA, such as Evil Geniuses, FURIA, and Group Liquid.