CS: GO – Team Liquid Has A New Coach

Published 08/10/2020, 7:21 AM EDT


Team Liquid has acquired a new member to their CS: GO roster. Jason “Moses” O’Toole, a castor for the game for the past couple of years has joined as the new head coach of Team Liquid’s CS team. Moses replaces Eric “adreN” Hoag.

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Moses has been in the Counter Strike scene for a long time. He has been a player, a commentator and an analyst for over two decades. This signing comes just days after NitrO, the team’s captain left.

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Moses announced as new coach for Team Liquid CS: GO roster

Moses is surely excited about his new track in life. He would be donning the role of a coach for the first time in his career and would be managing one of the best Esports teams in the world.

“I’m pumped. It’s definitely an exciting moment. There’s so much good stuff in this team and so much potential in this team. I’ve been able to watch these guys through most of their careers, so, this is one of the opportunities that popped up and I just couldn’t miss it’

As noted earlier, Moses had a long history with the game. He’s been a part of it for over 27 years. “I’ve lived and breathed Counter Strike for the past five years. It’s been my career, my fun, my pastime. It’s been the thing I turned to whenever I needed something”, Moses said.

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Moses also stated that the most exciting prospect would be lifting a trophy with his new team. The new coach has already set some goals including bringing Liquid into the next era of Counter Strike.

He also said that he believes that the biggest opponent for Team Liquid is themselves. They have a big gap in the mentor game that he’d fulfill, teaching to tackle obstacles and help them reach a different level.

“Hopefully, I can also make you enjoy my work as a coach behind Team Liquid, the team that I think can be the best in the world”, Moses concluded.

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The former caster has been a part of most major CS events in the recent past and has witnessed Team Liquid fall and rise on several occasions. The amount of experience he brings to the table is more than a boost to Team Liquid as they’d now look to move ahead without NitrO.

SourceTeam Liquid YouTube

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan is an eSports and WWE author at EssentiallySports since April 2020. A journalism undergraduate with experience in creative design, Hrithik has a profound love for everything competitive. He grew up watching WWE and playing various titles like Call of Duty, FIFA, and Hitman.

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