Aurace Moves On

June 29 2017







The past four months have been quite productive for our Overwatch team, and Coach Aurace was a big part of our improvements. However, we have now decided to go our separate ways. Coach Aurace is a talented coach and we are certain that he will make a difference with his new team.


"I would like to thank Liquid and the team for believing in me and what I could bring. I wish nothing but the best for the team and Internethulk in their future endeavors. I appreciate the time that I spend with the team, seeing them and myself grow. But now it's time for the next chapter! See you all at LAN."

- Alex "Aurace" Nguyen



We would like to thank Aurace for all his hard work and dedication over the past few months, and we wish him good luck on his new adventure.

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