Johnta & lmbt commented on Hellraisers' decision to disband the lineup
Former HellRaisers coaches Ivan "Johnta" Shevtsov and Sergey "lmbt" Bezhanov commented on the decision of the Ukrainian organization to disband the CS:GO lineup. Both experts agreed that the management lacked the qualified staff to successfully manage the team on the professional shooter scene from Valve.
According to Shevtsov, the club's general manager Alexey "Magician" Slabukhin is more focused on Dota 2.
To be honest, I'm not really surprised. The CEO clearly prefers Dota more, and there probably aren't any people left in the club who understand the CS:GO scene well. I'm even a little glad it happened that way, as I always wanted to see my native tag in a good light. And the last few years of HR CS:GO activities are hard to evaluate positively. Though the players were quite good, it was as if there was no spark in the lineups.
HellRaisers in CS:GO stopped being interesting after the decision to drop the European roster at the end of 2019, Bezhanov notes. He believes the organization may have become disillusioned with the discipline after a long period of failure.
I haven't followed HellRaisers CS:GO for a long time. The team absolutely stopped being interesting after that major and European lineup, and played very mediocre for a very long time. It is completely logical that the club after all the investments and so many failures was disappointed in the field, in addition, there are no competent personnel who understand the CS:GO scene, in fact, it was to be expected. I don't even know who played in that last HellRaisers lineup that broke up - that's how sad it is.
On April 9, the CEO of HellRaisers announced the disbanding of the CS:GO lineup. According to him, Multigaming is already in the