The Canadian IGL’s future was in turmoil after he decided to step down from Gen.G’s active roster.
Daps announced his departure from Gen.G on twitter and said that he is no longer contractually obligated with the org.
The 27 year old also said that his priority will be continuing his career until a suitable offer appears on the table.
Forgot to say this but as of yesterday I am officially contract free for the first time in 5 years 🙌 Still would prefer to be a player but open to other offers if it seems like a good fit.
— daps (@daps) September 18, 2020
He is also willing to give other roles a chance.
The announcement came at time when daps a week earlier revealed he was stepping down from the team.
Also Read: Daps to step down from Gen.G active roster
His reason to leave the team revealed he couldn’t make roster changes and also without LAN caused due to the covid pandemic.
Daps in December’19 created the Gen.G project when he joined the org as its teams IGL.
He joined Gen.G from C9 along with teammates autimatic and koosta to create its first CS:GO team.
Later in the month they signed s0m from envy and BnTeT from Tyloo.
The Gen.G team within 2 months of its implementation won the DreamHack Anaheim and also went on to win ESL One: Road to Rio,
They also placed 2nd at CS_Summit 6 NA, but there low points where they finished 5th-6th place at Flashpoint 1.
They also finished last at ESL One Cologne .
Currently cxzi is standing in for the team in ESL Pro League, his first appearance resulted in a win against 100 Thieves.
— Gen.G Esports (@GenG) September 17, 2020
It is stated he will also play the match against Furia.
Timothy “autimatic” Ta
Kenneth “koosta” Suen
Sam “s0m” Oh
Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand
Danny “cxzi” Strzelczyk(stand-in)
Chris “Elmapuddy” Tebbit (coach)