Moon Steps Back
December 03 2016
Today we announce that Galen "Moon" Holgate will not be playing on our LCS roster in the upcoming season. He will instead assist us as an analyst while entertaining offers from other teams.
“We are always happy to extend a working relationship to players as they explore offers during Free Agency. Moon will continue his development as an esports athlete with Team Liquid while he searches for a new home.”
- Steve Arhancet
Take a look back at when we first announced Moon joining Liquid!
"I am extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to work with Team Liquid and I have grown so much as a player over my last split on TLA. This is only the beginning for me career-wise and I'm working harder than ever to make sure I have a showing I can be proud of in 2017. I'm really excited to see where the future takes me and I am currently taking offers from all regions!"
- Galen "Moon" Holgate
Moon is a top Jungler in NA coming from LCS experience with NRG and phenomenal performance in NACS under Team Liquid Academy. We are excited to continue working with him going forward. Check out some of his stats below from this year's NACS:
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