Chet “ImAPet” Singh has stepped down from the coaching gig at Evil Geniuses which does conﬁrm the previous report given by DBLTAP.
After an alleged conﬂict with Tarik “tarik” Celik and team’s In-game leader Peter “Stanislaw” Jarguz, the 23yo coach did decide to step away from EG’s CS:GO Operations.
In a TwitLonger post, the latter described his mental state where he believed to be in an “Extreme Depression” after losing some of his close friends which include Tsvetelin “CeRq” Dimitrov, Ethan “Ethan” Arnold and Vincent “Brehze” Cayonte and it would be tough for him to forget the glory which he did achieve with them. He too did state about his relationships with Tarik and Stanislaw to be “Absolutely Horrendous” after they failed to work out on some new strategies for the team and did suffer hiccups when it came to maintaining the team chemistry. In addition to all of this, he mentioned about some more plot points believed to be a part of this matter which he would be keeping “behind closed doors” for now.
Under ImAPet, the most spectacular achievements under the team’s belt were when they overcame the Swedish powerhouse Fnatic at the StarSeries i-League CS:GO Season 8 Finals as NRG Esports followed by the ESL One New York 2019 triumph over the Danes led by Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander after they were signed by Evil Geniuses. After a plethora of victories, Chet did help EG to achieve the #1 ranking on HLTV org’s global rankings. He too did mention about how much he did miss Damian “Daps” Steele and Jacob “FugLy” Medina after he did spend time with the latter duo in past lineups.
For now, ImAPet seeks for a new home and is ready to accept offers from “any region”.