Rejin steps down as Entropiq Prague analyst

Czech esports organization Entropiq Prague has announced its parting ways with Rejin. The 34-year-old Danish specialist has been working as an analyst for the CS:GO team for the past six months. Rejin himself said that he intends to return to the coaching role in two months, as soon as the ESIC ban expires.

Many thanks to Entropiq Prague for your time! It was amazing to work with these young people! I enjoyed seeing how they evolved and I'm sure these are people we'll be seeing more of in the future!

As for me, since my ESIC ban expires in 2 months, I want to return as a head coach. I learned a lot from being in the shadow for almost 2 years. Mostly about myself and what kind of coach I want to be. I'll be back better and stronger than ever!

Rejin has established himself as a mousesports coach, with whom he has won many championships, including DreamHack Open Tours 2019, CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 and ESL Pro League Season 10 - Finals.

However, in September 2020, the Dane was involved in a major scandal, as a result of which he received an almost two-year ban from ESIC for using a coaching bug. After Rejin joined MAD Lions as a manager, where he worked until July 2021. In September, the 34-year-old Danish specialist joined Entropiq Prague as an analyst, where he worked for the next six months.

From now on, the composition of Entropiq Prague is as follows: