Liquid parts ways with Moses
Team Liquid has finally decided to move on from coach Jason ‘Moses’ O’Toole. The squad hopes to find another lead man to guide them in the coming tourneys. This proves how much of an impact Moses has made in his run with the team.
The call to move on was a mutual decision, and it means Moses is either looking for another team to lead or just moves on from his entire CS:GO run at the very least. There are also rumours of a Valorant move this time.
Moses used to be a caster for games around 2015, and his experience in both Counter-Strike and CS:GO made him a huge hit for many fans. He was also regarded for his ability to analyze plays in his casting days.
The coach then found himself as Team Liquid’s leader in August 2020. That was just right after Nicholas ‘nitr0’ Cannella was moved to the bench then later left both Liquid and CS:GO to play Valorant.
Liquid thanked him for being a rock the team needed in most of their runs. Moses was a very bright coach for the team and was seen as an endless source of energy. He has been a huge factor in their success in their big runs.
‘Moses, you were a rock for the team when we most needed it, an amazing communicator with the TLCS fam, and an endless source of energy for the squad’, said Liquid. ‘Thank you for everything you gave to us and continue giving to the CS community’.
Since stepping in as Liquid’s coach, the team made it to the grand finals in two North American events in a row. That run at the ESL One Cologne and the DreamHack Open Summer proved to be a spark in their chances of winning a Major.
The team’s results got worse through the 2020 season until the team went on to bring in Brazilian legend Gabriel ‘FalleN’ Toledo as the new lead star after Russel ‘Twistzz’ Van Dulken. That led to a flurry of strong runs for the team since then.
Without Moses, Liquid is somehow in a little bit of disarray as they now look for a new man to lead them to more wins.
Words: Paul Daniel Flores