After the G2 Esports’ CS:GO roster underwent a major shuffle on November 26, their former in-game leader has shed light on the major changes.
With the addition of Audric ‘JaCkz’ Jug and Lucas ‘Lucky’ Chastang to the new-look G2 roster, Kevin ‘Ex6TenZ’ Droolans was replaced as in-game leader and put on the bench.
While the team stated that Ex6TenZ’s “leadership was not consistent with the new direction [they] wish to take,” Ex6TenZ has now spoken out about what led to his replacement on the roster.
Just hours after the roster move was announced by the team, Ex6TenZ posted a Twitlonger in both French and English that gave a detailed account of the decisions that led to his departure.
G2 Bench statement: ENGLISH VERSION— Ex6TenZ (@Ex6TenZZZ) November 26, 2018
Ex6TenZ starts out the statement by admitting that the team has issues to work out, namely that they lacked “firepower,” but said that he was nonetheless “100% confident for the future” with G2.
In the end, however, things came down to the team either keeping him or Alexandre ‘bodyy’ Pianaro.
“I was given the choice to stay instead of bodyy while giving up the leadership to [Richard ‘shox’ Papillon] who felt like he could take it over,” Ex6TenZ said of the ultimate decision he was given.
Ex6TenZ said that while he had no problems giving up control to shox, he didn’t feel as though staying was the right move since he couldn’t picture himself taking over bodyy’s positions. Rather than risk not being able to make the transition, Ex6TenZ chose to walk away.
Ex6TenZ concludes that he has a ton of respect for his teammates, but nonetheless feels that G2’s gameplan of bringing him on to “establish [his] plan and then taking this away” was “incoherent.”
While Ex6TenZ is currently on G2’s inactive roster, he will still be competing with his old roster at the ESL Pro League finals due to regulatory requirements.
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