Edward and Gambit Esports part ways

Edward “Edward” Abgaryan, who first joined Moscow Five in December 2011, is leaving Gambit Esports, the organization announced via Twitter.

After Gambit Esports showed an acceptable performance during the Play-In stage of the 2018 League of Legends World Championship in October, the 24-year-old Armenian support player is leaving Gambit Esports once again. Alongside PvPStejos, Diamondprox, Kira, and Lodik, Edward and his team Gambit Esports almost made it into the Worlds 2018 main competition, losing 2:3 against the later semi-finalist Could 9.

This year Edward has proven that he’s one of the best players in his role. He presented us with lots of cool plays that allowed us to achieve victories. Nevertheless, the time has come when we require certain adjustments in structuring our team play. I am certain that Edward will be able to prove himself and he will be a welcome addition to any team within our region. Thank you for everything and good luck in your future endeavors!”

– Igor “ATRemains” Radkevich, Gaming Esports Head Coach

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Alexander Hugo

Alexander studied Media and Communication Management in Berlin and London with additional two years of legal studies in Osnabrück, Germany. The Shotcaller is his second esports related project after founding PENTA Sports in 2014.

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