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Shox has Been Officially Announced as a New Addition to Team Liquid CS: GO Roster

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Shox has Been Officially Announced as a New Addition to Team Liquid CS: GO Roster
Shox has Been Officially Announced as a New Addition to Team Liquid CS: GO Roster

Shox has Been Officially Announced as a New Addition to Team Liquid CS: GO Roster: Richard “shox” Papillon has been officially announced as a member of Team Liquid’s initial Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad. On Twitter, Team Liquid broke the news, describing the French veteran CSGO pro as a legend. The tweet was accompanied by a short video promoting the roster announcement and showcasing some great gaming highlights. For the org’s CSGO team, Team Liquid described it as a “new chapter.”

This announcement comes just two days after Liquid acquired AWPer Joshua “oSee” Ohm from Extra Salt in a transfer. Liquid still needs to complete one slot on its 2022 roster, and Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella has been rumored to be returning to both CS: GO and Liquid.

Shox has Been Officially Announced as a New Addition to Team Liquid CS: GO Roster

Shox is one of the most well-known players in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The 29-year-old French veteran footballer has been recognized and well-known for his durability and excellent talent level since he began playing professionally in 2007. Shox is regarded as one of the greatest CS: GO gamers of all time.

Shox has played for a number of well-known organizations, including G2 Esports, Epsilon, VeryGames, and, most recently, Team Vitality. Shox is still one of the most sought-after players despite having played professionally for nearly 15 years and is the definition of a senior player.

Shox has left Team Vitality after nearly three years. Shox was a part of Vitality’s entrance into the esports world as well as contributing to some of the team’s best achievements as a member of the French roster. EPICENTER 2019, BLAST Premier: Fall 2020, and Intel Extreme Masters XVI were all won by Vitality Shox.

Team Liquid has opted to revamp its CS: GO squad after a string of poor performances at the end of the year. Along with relatively ‘new’ members FalleN and Grim, longtime member Stewie2K is slated to leave the roster. Team Liquid has incrementally fleshed out their 2022 strategy, keeping franchise players NAF and EliGe.

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