Evil Geniuses opens a training CS:GO camp in Europe
Evil Geniuses will soon open remote training facility in Europe for the CS:GO team. It was announced by the general manager of the club Nicole Jameson on her Twitter account.
Evil Geniuses CEO's message was a response to eSports journalist Richard Lewis on the Return Of By The Numbers podcast, where he stated that North American multigaming may withdraw from the CS:GO professional scene. Jameson denied this information.
... For like maybe the 5th time... EG is not leaving CSGO, we are actually investing more in our players and the scene.— Nicole LaPointe Jameson (@totheLaPointe) March 10, 2021
One thing we are doing BTS is preparing to opening an EU remote training facility to better support the players...
Not sure where this info keeps coming from.
Rumors about Evil Geniuses' possible departure from CS:GO first surfaced last September. At the time, commentator and analyst Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill claimed that the organization was considering shutting down the lineup amid the departure of several North American clubs from the discipline. EG executive denied the rumors a few months later.
Evil Geniuses returned to the CS:GO professional scene in the fall of 2019 by signing NRG's roster. Since then, the team has won several tier-1 tournaments, the most notable of which were ESL One New York 2019 and StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 8.