After more than three years of loyal service, Belarusian Nemiga gaming star Igor “Lollipop 21K” Solodkov announced his departure from the company. Its new base is not yet known.
Lollipop goes away
He has created a buzz of gaming as Nemi and many thanks to him for managing the club to be in the top 50 in the world in recent years. With Crescendo’s personal appearances over the years, Igor “Lollipop 21K” Solodkov succeeded in establishing himself as a benchmark in his place in Europe. Yet he never left the club that allowed him to show himself at the highest international level, but today the adventure ends with him announcing that he has not reached an agreement with his leaders about the future he wants to give to his career. At the time Igor “lollipop21k” said Sołodkov In a message on his social networks He’s going to focus on content creation, but we’ll see him on another team soon until PGL Major Stockholm 2021 ends with a lot of ups and downs in its background.
Igor “Lollipop 21K” Solodkov
Has played over 900 cards for over three years and won some titles such as LBET Invitational # 2 in 2019, Winners League – Season 4: Europe Invite Division in 2020 or Hellcase Cup # 8 in the same year. Personally, lollipop21k is also not idle, winning the FACEIT Pro League – Europe in early 2021 – in January, ahead of the Russian team spirit Boris “magixx” Vorobyev or ENCE’s Israeli player. Lotan “Spinx” Giladi. Although he did not really show himself in his best face during the major international competitions, his great performance was his second place in the Russian speaking qualification for the Intel Extreme Masters XV – New York of the Year.
A formidable opponent for anyone who has played second or third tier competitions on the old continent, Igor “Lollipop 21K” Solodkov can find a structure that can give him more visibility in the near future. He is currently on the bench with his teammate Alexander “mds” Rubik and has a transfer list awaiting release by the end of the year. Many rumors of reforms in team spirit or complexity gaming Belarusian could find something on his feet in 2022. At this point you can follow him Its streaming sessions His club is already looking for a replacement.
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