The 26-year-old concludes his tenure with the Belgian-based organisation after spending the last year alongside the starting roster. Over the course of his stay, Hall assisted the roster in achieving an array of results, notably a first-place finish at ESL Premiership Spring 2018, as well as third-place finish at the ESL Pro European Championship 2018.
Since parting ways with two members in Daniel "djL" Narancic and Aaron "frei" Frei back in November 2018, the organisation has struggled to host a full roster, having to employ the stand-in services of Kristjan "fejtZ" Allsaar and Bjarke "miNd" Benjaminsen.
Recently, however, it seems Epsilon have been working on reconstruction efforts, adding Aleksa "Impulse" Stankić, Teodor "SPELLAN" Nikolov and Lucas "Bubski" Andersen to their ESEA roster, looking to reconsolidate the team in time for MDL Season 30. However, an announcement has yet to be made regarding the future of the team, who will also compete in the first season of the LOOT.BET HotShot Series, featuring a $20,000 prize pool.
My contract with Epsilon has now expired after 9 months.— keita (@keitaCSGO) January 9, 2019
<3 to all members of the past lineups i have coached. I'm proud of what we achieved despite testing circumstances at times!
I am keen to pursue a new coaching role and can work in any region. DM's are open.