Endpoint unveil Rejin as new head coach
The former mousesports coach will look to help the team return to form following the end of his coaching ban.
The Danish tactician looks to revitalize the team who have lately been on a downward trajectory, as the team dropped from their peak of #24 to #45 in the HLTV rankings and recently transfer listed Mohammad "BOROS" Malhas to allow him to look for other opportunities, meaning they also need to fill out a spot on their active roster.
Rejin is mostly known for his time in MOUZ, where he occupied the head coach position for just over a year, the highlight of his team being the grand final win of cs_summit 5, where he was forced to stand in for Finn "karrigan" Andersen.
He was later suspended by ESIC due to using the coach bug. Rejin was found guilty of using the bug in seven instances, meaning he received a ban from all ESIC-member events for 19.8 months, which included a 45% reduction for an accepted admission and assistance with the investigation.
"I’m happy to announce my comeback as a head coach. When Endpoint reached out and told about their project and future, it was a no brainer for me to say yes", Rejin said about his return. "I’m so excited to make my comeback on the server and guide the lads to greater success."
He also touched on his coaching ban, lamenting his decision: "I know in many eyes I have betrayed the scene and the community that I dearly love so much. I have learnt many valuable lessons the past two years. I need to earn my way back, and I will keep grinding and give back to the community."
Peter Thompson, the organization's COO also spoke highly of their newest addition, saying "We are extremely excited to start working with such an experienced coach as Rejin. For us to be able to get a tier 1 coach of his caliber and work ethic is exactly what we need to push Endpoint CSGO and Endpoint as a whole in the years to come."
With this addition, Endpoint are now: