Team Liquid is looking forward to add 19-year-old Enemy player Kenneth ‘koosta’ Suen to their CS:GO roster.
Suen had been playing for quite some time with Enemy, and his stellar performance has not been missed by several bigger teams – which he had declined offers for transfer out of loyalty to his team.
He was also the recent star in the MLG Americas Minor Championship, finishing the event with an outstanding 2-to-1 kill/death ratio and plus-37 performance. In the final against Splyce he earned more than 60 kills, including an “unstoppable” ACE/1v3 clutch play with nine health.
Now, it appears that Team Liquid would be able to move the New York-based CS:GO star.
NME Coach provided the following statement regarding Suen’s departure:
“As much as it pains me to see Kenny go, it also gives me a great bit of pride– to see how he’s grown as a person and as a player these past several years, and knowing the opportunity he has in front of him now. I always told him I’d support him making the best decision for himself– as when we had a similar situation, I made it clear that “Kenny, I’m a fan of Enemy, but I’m a bigger fan of you”. That time has now come, and I’ll be rooting for him so long as we’re not the team on the other side of the map.”
It appears that Team Liquid is opting for the move after several abysmal performances despite a starting line-up that many considered to be able to compete on both the regional and global arena.