“4 Years and One Handheld Video Later My Journey to G2 Is Officially Ended”
G2 owner Carlos ‘Ocelote’ Rodriguez has posted a video outlining the business plan of the three-star members of the organization. League of Legends Team and head coach and all support staff.
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In a video posted today (October 11), Rodriguez announces that G2 has “decided to trade Wonder, Mickey, Reckels, Grabz and Nelson to the bench and see; and replace the rest of the support staff as well.” want to do.”
After a disappointing year, these changes would leave G2 to replace three of its five members. League of Legends The team as well as its head coach and extensive support staff.
Update on G2 LoL Roster pic.twitter.com/cjkkPxkmA1
— CarlosR Ocelot (@CarlosR) 11 October 2021
The video announcement proved controversial, with head coach Fabian ‘Grabz’ Lohmann expressing disappointment with the style of the announcement, saying “4 years and a handheld video later my journey at G2 has officially ended”.
4 Years And One Handheld Video Later My Journey Into The G2 Is Officially Over
— Fabian ‘Grabz’ Lohmann (@G2GrabbZ) 11 October 2021
Similarly, Christopher ‘Duffman’ Duff said:
“As barely mentioned in this heartbreaking farewell video that isn’t dedicated to me … my time as the rest of the support staff is over.”
Mihail ‘MickieX’ Mehle and Martin ‘Wonder’ Hansen both liked Lohmann’s tweet, suggesting that both may be equally critical of the video.
In response, many G2 fans have expressed surprise with the significant roster change. In particular, many are surprised that the organization is trading Martin ‘Reckels’ Larsen, who has been a mainstay in this company. League of Legends European scene for several years and only this year joined G2.
In the announcement, Rodriguez said “it is very difficult to make these changes” and that it is time to “rebuild, rebuild, rebuild”.
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