EnvyUs’ coach Mathieu ”Maniac” Quinquerez wants to play again.

 

Back in January, Maniac joined EnvyUs as a coach to improve the team-play and help Vincent ”Happy” Cervoni who is the captain of the team. Maniac has a Master in Organizational Psychology

Team EnvyUs won Game Show Global after Maniac’s arrival but everything went downhill from there. They under performed in the last major tournaments, finishing at the bottom of the standings in the Intel Extreme Master Katowice and MLG Colombus. After the last major, Quinquerez was approached to lead the new LDLC line-up, but he French team decided to go with former G2.Kinguin member, Kevin ”Ex6TenZ” Droolans as their captain of their new roster.

Team EnvyUs retweeted Maniac’s tweet and wished him good luck ins his future career as a player.

Even if EnvyUs’ former coach has no team where he’ll go yet, he stated ”Hopefully you will hear from me soon”. Surely there is a team out there that needs a quality lurker (rifler).

Mathieu ”Maniac” Quinquerez has been on the CS:GO competitive scene since 2012 when he joined Team ”eXtensive!”. After which he went from team to team. He did most of his competitive playing with LDLC for whom he played from from January 2013 to August 2013 and rejoined them to play from February 2014 to September 2014. The few months he was not with LCLD he played for WARMAKER, WE GOT GAME and Recursive eSports. After all those teams, Team Titan, for whom he played from September 2014 to September 2015, is the team with which he knew the most success. As the run with Team Titan ended, he was team-lee for about 4 months before joining EnvyUs as their coach.

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Considering the relatively good success Maniac had with LCLD and Titan, do you believe he will be able to perform well as a player again? Comment to let us know what you think!

 

 

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