French CS:GO head coach Malek (Damien Marcel) is set to leave G2 Esports in the wake of aiding the group finish in runner up at the PGL Stockholm Major, as per a French csgo news site 1pv.fr.
The 35-year-old has been responsible for G2’s CS:GO group since November 2018 when the association handled an all-French group led by Richard “shox” Papillon. G2 somewhat created some distance from the French scene in 2019 with the increases of Nemanja “nexa” Isaković and Nemanja “Tracker ” Kovač. For the most part, it turned out to be Balkan with the appearance of Nikola “NiKo” Kovač in 2020.
The top contender to supplant Malek is the Serbian Luka “emi” Vuković, who instructed nexa and huNter-on CR4ZY in 2019, as per 1pv.fr. He ventured down from coaching and got back to playing that same year and is sidelined on FunPlus Phoenix. The Chinese association move recorded its whole CS:GO program on Nov. 5 after they didn’t fit the bill for the PGL Stockholm Major.
Malek’s removal probably won’t be the main roster change for G2 heading into 2022, as indicated by 1pv.fr. G2 allegedly could hope to transform a couple of players, conceivably getting another AWPer and a new in-game pioneer.
The groups present expert sharpshooter, François “AmaNEk” Delaunay, played the AWPing job after Kenny “kennyS” Schrub was sidelined in March. However, he’s not been able to have high contact with one of the most costly weapons in the game.