Autimatic leaves CS:GO to join T1 Valorant roster By JASON KRELL 2 days ago

T1 has added Timothy “autimatic” Ta to their Valorant roster, marking the same shift from a career in Counter Strike: Global Offensive that many of his peers have already made.

Esports journalist George Geddes confirmed that AZK has been benched in favor of T1’s new arrival, and an image is circulating online that even shows Braxton “brax” Pierce missing from the team’s lineup.

While the future of those two players is currently uncertain, autimatic’s addition to T1 reunites him with former teammates Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham. The two were members of the Cloud9 roster that won ELEAGUE Major Boston: 2018, the only North American team to ever win a CS:GO major championship. 

More recently, autimatic had been signed to Gen.G Esports. His now former team had slowly fallen apart starting in September of last year, when Damian “daps” Steele left to join NRG’s Valorant team (followed soon after by Sam “s0m” Oh). Until today, he was the only player remaining on Gen.G’s CS:GO roster. Autimatic did commend the organization on Twitter for the support it offered him from the start

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