Annihilated: Evil Geniuses’ slumping CS:GO workforce will get embarrassed after ESL Pro League Season 17 elimination

It’s all gone downhill for the Evil Geniuses CS:GO roster since their unbelievable upset win over primary ranked Heroic at BLAST Premier Spring Groups, having simply been eradicated from ESL Pro League season 17 in final place within the midst of a global dropping streak.

Their most up-to-date loss got here in opposition to IHC Esports of Mongolia, and whereas EG was in a position to not less than declare a single map for the primary time within the match, their run got here to an unceremonious finish on certainly one of IHC’s finest picks in Nuke. After IHC’s 16-6 win to shut out the collection, certainly one of Asia’s high groups had a little bit extra salt to pour into the NA wounds.

Following the match, caster Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill spoke to the IHC gamers and requested Tuvshintugs “Annihilation” Nyamdorj why he didn’t appear that excited in regards to the outcome, to which he responded: “I’m happy with [the win], although it’s only EG.” The quip obtained a visual response from SPUNJ, who moved on to a different participant, and audible laughter could possibly be heard within the background.

Criticism and slicing remarks have been piled on the EG CS:GO division following their hunch over the previous months. Since that gorgeous win over Heroic to kick off the 12 months, EG has had a disastrous run, dropping 10 out of 11 best-of-threes, with the one win coming in opposition to Mythic in the course of the NA RMR qualifier, a match they ended up dropping however, lacking out on the Paris CS:GO Major totally.

Following that outcome, EG coach Daniel Vorborg tried to take the blame for the workforce lacking out on the Major altogether. But not even a day later, Liquid star Keith “NAF” Markovic poured gasoline on the fireplace when he mentioned that his hour-long discuss with EG administration in early 2022 was so unimpressive that he opted to stay with the Liquid workforce he was initially set on leaving.

EG will look to proper their course on the BLAST Americas Spring Showdown in late March.

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