Python & ⁠DEVIL left Heretics

Players Jordan "Python" Munck-Foehrle and Timothee "DEVIL" Demolon have ended their cooperation with Heretics. In their Twitter accounts, the French eSports athletes cited problems within the team as the reason for the parting.

Python became a Heretics player in October this year, while DEVIL joined the squad a month later. The team subsequently finished 16-18 at Nine to Five #6, 13-16 at European Development Championship #1 and 13-15 at Nine to Five #7.

Brian "Maka" Kanda and Alexandre "xms" Forte previously left Heretics, and Lucas "Lucky" Chastang was allowed by the organization to look for a new team for 2021.

The only current Heretics player remains Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey, who announced in early November his intention to end his eSports career. A representative of the organization assured that the 26-year-old Frenchman is still contractually bound.