Rejin intends to resume eSports career
Former mousesports coach Allan "Rejin" Petersen tweeted he is ready to continue his career both in CS:GO and in eSports in general. At the same time, the specialist, who was previously banned by the eSports Integrity Commission for spectator bug abuse in the official matches, intends to serve his sentence in full and will not train during the entire ban period.
After taking a step back to assess my situation, I wish to fully serve my ban as a coach.— Rejin (@RejinCS) November 11, 2020
However, I feel my knowledge is wide and can be used in many areas in esports & CS:GO and I'm available to discuss any options.
You can contact me via DM or email: [email protected]
Recall that Rejin was punished for using the spectator mode bug from December 2017 to February 2019 while working in Tricked.
After the publication of the report, ESIC mousesports announced that they were breaking up with Rejin. The coach has worked for the German organization since the beginning of 2019 and helped the team to win DreamHack Open Tours 2019, CS:GO Asia Championships 2020, ESL Pro League Season 10, cs_summit 5, and ICE Challenge 2020.