Recent days have brought us a real earthquake on the French CS:GO scene. Alex “ALEX” McMeekin, who was undoubtedly a very important part of the Bee puzzle, left team Vitality of his own free will. The crew from the Seine quickly had to start looking for a successor to McMeekin, and their gaze allegedly first focused on Ali “hAdji” Haïnouss.
Only a 17-year-old player has for some time been considered one of the greatest talents in France, although of course, he has not yet had the opportunity to prove himself in the competition with one of the world’s leading teams.
Fans can associate Rabier, among others, with his performance at ASUS ROG Join The Republic Challenge 2019, where the team of the young shooter competed with the formation of Piotr “izak” Skowyrski. In addition, Misutaaa has also participated in the national championships, and at the end of last year he helped Viva Algeria advance to the next World Finals of the World Electronic Sports Games.
According to Guillaume “neL” Canelo, Vitality’s leaders allowed Rabier to combine the game in the team with further education. This does not mean, however, that all Bee’s problems have disappeared. The team will still have to choose a new leader and probably also change the structure of their game. And there is not much time — the ESL Pro League Season 11 starts on March 16, although the detailed schedule of these games is not yet known.
If the above reports are confirmed, the composition of Vitality will look like this:
- Dan “apEX” Madesclaire
- Cédric “RpK” Guipouy
- Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut
- Richard “shox” Papillon
- Kévin “Misutaaa” Rabier
- Rémy “XTQZZZ” Quoniam – coach