Autoimatic Can leave Valroant and return to CS: GO

The North American CS:GO scene is seeing some sort of resurgence with competition returning to LAN after almost two years of being primarily played online. Many professional CS:GO players who switched to Valorant are now slowly transitioning back to Valve’s shooter.

Ricky “floppy disk” Kemery is the first to return to CS:GO after spending about five months playing Valorant earlier this year, followed by Nicholas reporting “nitr0” Cannella back to Liquidand the newest player that might be about to switch is Timothy “automatic” Ta.

This comes after a report by Upcomer which says T1 as an organization is set up to try players for automatic replacement in the Valorant list.

Automatic can return to play in CS:GO again

The talented North American racer and AWPer last played for Gen.G Esports for over a year. He then switched to Valorant earlier this year in February. Unfortunately, his time playing Valorant with T1 did not bode well as the team failed to qualify for any VCT Master tournaments.

T1 made a lot of changes during the year to get the perfect lineup together but nothing worked out for them. With the team failing to make it past Valorant Champions 2021, the organization has been considering a major overhaul, and reportedly, the autopilot is in a tight phase.

With T1 set to try as a replacement for autimatic, the 25-year-old is considering a return to CS:GO. The Major winner will not be available for T1’s upcoming practice sessions. Perhaps this is why he has been witnessed streaming and playing CS:GO alongside Tarik “Tariffs” Celik, Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip and others.

The North American region is going through a massive CS:GO roster shuffle. With many big organizations like Cloud9 coming back and Evil Geniuses have an incomplete roster, autimatic can definitely find a new team for the 2022 round.

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