CSGO Shuffles: Kjaerbye says bye-bye to Endpoint
He leaves the team after just four months of playing with the roster.
Former Major winner Markus “Kjaerbye” Kjærbye is parting ways with Endpoint after just four months into his contract with the team. According to the announcement, he “is going through some things in his personal life,” and is expected to take a break from the game with this parting.
“I am very grateful that Endpoint gave me the chance to come back to the thing I love most: play pro CS. The way Endpoint, my teammates and my coach Rejin welcomed me and supported me in my comeback has meant the world to me. I am sad it has to end now, but sometimes life takes unexpected turns and you simply have to follow that.” - Kjaerbye
“It’s been great having Markus at Endpoint and we fully appreciate the professional experience and attitude he brought to the team. Though our time together was short, we achieved a lot together, most notably qualifying for ESL Pro League Season 16 and a memorable victory over Natus Vincere.” Adam Jessop, Endpoint CEO
The team is set to play at the ESL Challenger League Season 43: Europe in under three weeks, so the team will be scrambling to find a replacement for Kjaerbye in time for the tournament.