Fallen created a new CSGO roster called Last Dance after leaving Team Liquid. Is this really the last dance for the great AWPer?
BLAST Premier has announced the spring groups for 2022. Consequently, the pace of roster changes is increasing in the CSGO market.
NaVi and S1mple snagging the PGL Major stirred up the CSGO pro scene. Additionally, tensions are rising as teams continue to lose money due to pandemic norms.
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Fallen recently left/was fired TeamLiquid. He was signed by Liquid as IGL on January 9, 2021.
Fallen has won 2 CSGO Majors with Luminosity and SK Gaming. He is a legendary AWPer IGL.
Absolutely grateful I had the chance to play on TL what an org it turned out to be. NEXT level on every single aspect I faced. What a treat. Thanks also for all the people I met. Amazing people who really care about the gaming experience. Thanks everyone <3 https://t.co/aDPXS7MSAv
— Gabriel Toledo (@FallenNCS) January 13, 2022
Liquid had hoped roster changes over the years would give them an edge. But it was just the opposite. The same is true for almost all NA teams.
Also, constant change leads to a state of chaos. Hence, this is one of the main reasons why North America has declined overall in esports in the last 5 years.
The reasons for the squad change were varied. To be fair, the most notable is the return of Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella to CSGO from Valorant.
Nitr0 has quite a relationship with Team Liquid. During his stay with the organization he played CSGO for over 5 years. Yet no major wins caused him to reconsider his career choices.
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Gabriel “Fallen” Toledo is part of a new all-Brazilian team.
LAST DANCE #4 – SPECIAL VINI (ENGLISH CC)
— Gabriel Toledo (@FallenNCS) January 19, 2022
On the other hand, Fallen tries to pick up where he left off. As an esports veteran, he has over 17 years of experience.
Gabriel “Fallen” Toledo started playing professionally when he was 13 years old. This is just crazy. With the new team, Fallen wants to bring CS glory back to South America.
It will be quite a journey to reach the top. But it will be a story to remember and share. Loved and loved by all generations of Counter-Strike.
It is therefore unthinkable to imagine a pro circuit without the presence of the legend. The team name fits too. Too fitting in many ways.
In summary, it will be the last dance in CSGO for traps. victory or defeat. But Fallen’s vision for the project is huge.
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— Gabriel Toledo (@FallenNCS) January 14, 2022
The current Last Dance the list is as follows:
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