After a 2-2 start in ESEA Premier Season 39, Junjie "Gank88" Lin has announced that he has stepped down from ONET4P for the remainder of the season.
Decided to step down from ONET4P. Nothing much to say, its been a rough season for me personally. Will take a break from competition, hopefully I could get back stronger next szn 🙏. Wish nothing but the best to my teammates, especially @Fr3nk1eCS ❤️.— Gank88 (@Gank88CS) November 18, 2021
This comes right after the news that Sean "ashen" Yang joined the roster on November 17th as a coach. Gank88 told Dust2.us that the decision was caused by burnout with CS:GO and has opted to take a break from competition. He was a long-time member of the ONET4P roster, helping the squad qualify for both ESEA Advanced and Premier during seasons 34 and 37, respectively.
He recently came in second with DryPeek at Fragadelphia 16: The Block, playing with Weijun "KenZ" Zhu, Haoran "ch1py" Wang, Jiaming " L1" Wang, and Shi "imueslesstrash" Yang. Throughout the tournament, he averaged a 1.24 rating.
Gank88 has averaged a 0.89 rating during ESEA Premier Season 39 and a 0.87 rating overall with the ONET4P organization.
ONET4P are now:
- Kyle "Just2EZ" Tan
- Tianyi "Fr3nk1e" He
- Walker "walker" Harris
- Johnny "JDubs" Wu
- Sean "ashen" Yang (Coach)
ONET4P is down to two of its six members from their playoff run during ESEA Premier Season 38, where they came in 7th-8th place.