Esports Guild bid farewell to bonkar, Yacine and Draken, three of them VALUABLE representatives. All of them have been inactive since the end of October.
The team had a shaky season, unable to find success in VALORANT Champions Tour. The team reached the quarterfinals in the knockout round of VCT: EMEA Stage 3, where they lost their chance to qualify for the Masters Two final in Berlin.
Then the Esports Guild tried their luck in the Last Chance Qualifier and were just one step away from reaching the goal. They lost 1-3 in the final to Team Liquid, who took one of the last places in the upcoming match. VALUABLE Champion in 2021.
With the team failing to live up to their expectations, roster changes seem imminent. All three players were substituted at the same time, and their futures are uncertain, at least for the time being.
Draken may be weighing his options and considering a return CS GO. A few days ago, he posted a tweet that said “passion over money”, which could indicate he may be looking to return to Valve’s shooter.
He won’t be the only one VALUABLE professional to do so. This week, The report that nitr0 is in talks with Team Liquid to return to Counter-Strike has resurfaced, and autimatic is also said to be considering going back to its roots.
The guild still had two active players, Leo and Sayf. It remains to be seen who the organization decides to pick for the 2022 season.
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