Lucas "Fiziq" Blow has left AA to focus on VALORANT, becoming the latest player in recent weeks to make the move over to Riot Games' new FPS.
LFP for the remainder of the season, plan to start practicing and taking things seriously. DM me— nam (@Droidcsgo) May 15, 2020
Fiziq joined AA two months ago alongside Damian "droid" Boulware and Matthew "nero" Seymour, replenishing the team's ranks after Divine released their CS:GO lineup. During his time with AA he maintained a 0.95 rating, the lowest rated player on the lineup.
His departure marks a change in strategy for the lineup, with droid mentioning in his tweet that the team will be taking the game more seriously moving forward.
Without Fiziq, AA are now:
- Brenden "stellar" McGrath
- Robert "robby" Brown
- Damian "droid" Boulware
- Matthew "nero" Seymour
AA currently sit in the middle of the ESEA MDL Season 34 standings with a 3-4 record. Their next match is set for May 19th against Way 2 French at 9PM EDT.