CSGO Roster Update: Liquid`NAF

February 05 2018


We are pleased to report that we have acquired Keith "Naf-fly" Markovic from Renegades. He will be taking the place of Josh "jdm64" Marzano starting at CS_summit.



We are excited to have Naf-fly on the roster as he has been one of the best performing NA talents over the past few months! After joining Renegades his firepower helped push them to a number of impressive results and we're confident he'll be able to do the same for us.

This is also a reunion of sorts. Naf-fly was part of the Denial roster we acquired in 2015 and played in a couple events with us before EliGE joined in March. Much has changed since then but we are anxious to see Naf-fly in an (updated) Team Liquid jersey once again.


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