Rainwaker Leaves Liquid

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Rainwaker Leaves Liquid

Despite joining recently, Rainmaker leaves Liquid and will be looking for a new challenge.

Even though Aleks “Rainwaker” Petrov became a part of Liquid just 5 months ago, the Bulgarian CS2 superstar is no longer playing for he club. This probably does not come as a surprise to people who have been following him and his team closely.

Rainwaker Leaves Liquids – The Decision

One of the reasons why the Bulgarian CS2 player decided to part ways with the club is because he was benched at the start of October. Instead of using him, Liquid relied on their coach, Damian “daps” Steele, who was a temporary stand-in. 

This decision was strange, to say the least, because Rainwaker became a part of the club in June. He did fairly well during his time with Liquid, but the team was unable to get good results. The organization tried using a full EU roster, but things did not work as planned.

Some Counter-Strike 2 fans were not surprised when they heard that Rainwaker left Liquid. Aside from him, there are rumors that Twistzz, cadiaN, zews, and skullz will also join NAF and YEKINDAR in 2024.

Who is Rainwaker?

Before joining Team Liquid, the Bulgarian player was a part of a few big teams. Starting with HEADSHOTBG, he also played for FATE Esports,  SKADE, and his last team was 500. He did pretty well there, which caught the attention of some of the best CS2 organizations in the world, and eventually, he became a part of Team Liquid.

Considering that the player is just 22 years old, we expect to see a lot more from him in the future. It will be intriguing to follow his journey because we expect he will find a new Tier 1 team to compete in.'The news that Rainwaker leaves Liquid upset some of his fans, but the player will bounce back and come even stronger. Don't forget to check everything about Blast Premier: Fall Final 2023 because this is one of the biggest ongoing CS2 tournaments right now.

Rainwaker Leaves Liquid
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.