Ivan “Johnta” Shevcov will no longer be a part of the Hellraisers organisation. He has been a part of the Hellraisers team for almost two and a half years now. During this time, under his coaching, the team made deep runs at several tournaments. They also reached the semifinals of the FaceIT London Major. The discovery and the nurture of young talents such as Woxic and ISSAA have definitely put Hellraisers on the international map. All of this would not have been possible without Ivan “Johnta” Shevcov.
The Coach will be leaving the team and is now a free agent. He helped the team [ different rosters ] achieve success at DreamHack Open Tours in 2017 and 2018. The Ukranian team qualified for two majors during this time and they became Legends in both the tournaments.
Hellraisers – Forever the Surprise element
While Hellraisers remained a team which had really high peaks, they were not always the most consistent roster. This caused them to have opposing performances, often resulting in disappointment. However, they also managed to upset several other strong teams. With strong individual performances by Woxic and ISSAA; and the experience of the veterans on the team, hellraisers became a strong roster.
Sometimes there are several ways to achieve the same goal, and there’s no one right way, as all of them will eventually lead to success. It was a difficult and mutual decision made in the hope that everyone will benefit from it. Thank you all for the support and see you soon
Amiran ‘aMi’ Rehviashvili is the new coach on the team. He has been a part of the Hellraisers organisation since 2016 as an analyst. His transition into the coaching role obviously comes as he has a knack for coaching. With the departure of Johnta, there was a void and he seemed to be the perfect candidate to fill this void.
— HellRaisers Esports (@HELLRAISERSgg) December 22, 2018
- Ukraine Kirill “ANGE1” Karasiow
- Kazakhstan Abay “Hobbit” Khasenov
- Hungary Bence “DeadFox” Böröcz
- Turkey Özgür “woxic” Eker
- Jordan Issa “ISSAA” Murad
- Ukraine Amiran “aMi” Rehviashvili (coach)
Team Liquid announces Adren as their new coach
Eric “adreN” Hoag will return to Tema Liquid as their coach. The North American organisation recently made a few changes to their roster. They brought in Stewie2k while allowing TACO And Zews to join MiBr. This player trade left them with a vacancy for the coach role. it was imperative for the management to bring in a familiar face, one who could continue with the same level of success as Zews had with the team.
— Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid) December 22, 2018