Toronto Defiant’s Stellar retires while im37 takes his place, mousesports sign Rejin as new CS:GO head coach
Toronto Defiant’s Stellar retires from professional Overwatch
Effective immediately, Do-hyung “Stellar” Lee has retired from the Toronto Defiant Overwatch League team due to “personal reasons.”
Today we announce the retirement of Do-hyung “Stellar” Lee.
— Toronto Defiant (@TorontoDefiant) April 3, 2019
Announced via the Toronto Defiant Twitter account, Stellar’s retirement comes shortly after Defiant were bounced from the OWL Stage 1 playoffs, losing 3-0 to the San Francisco Shock in the quarterfinals.
The Defiant announced on Thursday that Jin “im37” Hong will replace Stellar moving forward. Prior to being promoted to Defiant’s starting roster, im37 played within the NA Contenders circuit.
Graduating fresh out of NA Contenders and speed-running his way into your hearts and the Path to Pro, please join us in welcoming our new DPS player for @TorontoDefiant, @im37_ow!#RiseTogether pic.twitter.com/uhCLcTkNMV
— Toronto Defiant (@TorontoDefiant) April 4, 2019
mousesports sign Rejin as CS:GO head coach
Allan “Rejin” Petersen has signed on as mousesports’ new CS:GO head coach, the organization announced Thursday.
Happy to announce the missing piece to the puzzle – welcome new CS:GO head coach Allan @RejinCS Petersen!
💬 “Today a new chapter begins. Looking forward to work with these extremely talented players, and represent this legendary organization. Let’s bring home some trophies!” pic.twitter.com/lm7OpeLikr
— mousesports (@mousesports) April 4, 2019
Prior to coaching mousesports, Rejin played for SpeedGaming during Counter-Strike: Source before moving between three different teams during his time playing CS:GO.
Previously Rejin coached Tricked esports.
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