Fuzzface takes over Team Liquid

The European esports organization Team Liquid has announced the appointment of Fuzzface as the head coach of the PUBG roster. Previously, the 28-year-old Swede played for the FaZe Clan team.

A legend in his own right and now our team coach, welcome Fuzzface.

Fuzzface entered the professional scene in the summer of 2017 by joining Team Kinguin. In November of the same year, the 28-year-old Swede joined FaZe Clan, where he spent the next four seasons.

Together with the Fuzzface team, he won many championships, including DreamHack PUBG Showdown Austin 2018, PUBG Europe League 2019 - Phase 2, GLL Grand Slam: PUBG Classic, PUBG Europe League 2019 - Phase 3 and PUBG Continental Series 2: Europe, and also took second place in the PUBG Global Championship 2019 and PUBG Continental Series 5: Europe.

However, at the end of last year, the Swede left the team, becoming a free agent. In turn, Team Liquid needed to strengthen the coaching staff back in February, when 7Teen left the team, having worked for the last three years.

Together with Fuzzface, the team will prepare for the start of PUBG Continental Series 6: Europe, which will be held online from April 29 to May 8.

From now on, Team Liquid's PUBG roster is as follows: