JACKZ Left G2 Esports For HEET Gaming

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JACKZ Left G2 Esports For HEET Gaming
The star player of G2 Esports, JACKZ left the team to join HEET Gaming's CS:GO roster.

Niko wishes for his former teammate, "Much love brother, wish you nothing but the best in your life❤️"

On August 10 2022, a well-known G2 Esports player JACKZ left the team and joins the HEET gaming's CS:GO division. Yesterday, G2 made the statement official and public by posting a thank you video on their Twitter handle. Which received around half a million views on the social blogging site.

JACKZ, joins the G2 Esports on November 26, 2018 then after two years he becomes inactive from December 07, 2020 till March 2021 and joins the DBL PONEY project for roughly a month and then joined the G2 again.

JACKZ was born on July 7, 1992 in France and played four years with the European team. JACKZ gameplays are well-known in the CS:GO community whether it's 1v3 against the world's number 1 or drilling the wholes everywhere with his AK.

G2's official twitter handle posted: "After 4 years of clicking heads, quality content and good vibes, today we say goodbye to @JACKZ_CSGO 🫡 Thanks for all the good times and best of luck in the future frérot ❤️"

In the video m0NESY says, "He is such a kind guy from France, Always has like, positive vibes. Everywhere in real life, in CS. But in CS, his attitude for CS, he has his balance between game and his positive vibes, you know? So, he is serious in the game. I like his mindset."

Currently, there are only four active members in G2's CS:GO Roster:

  • Aleksib
  • m0NESY
  • NiKo
  • huNter-

And kennyS is still inactive and there might some possibility that he may become active in the team. We have reached kennyS for a comment and currently he has not responded.

Later HEET Gaming also confirms the transfer by posting  on their Twitter handle:

With the entry of JACKZ in HEET's CS:GO roster consists of the players Alexandre “bodyy” Pianaro, Lucas “Lucky” Chastang, Aurélien “afro” Drapier, Thomas “Djoko” Pavoni, and Pierre “Ex3rcice” Bulinge.

JACKZ also said in a news post by HEET Gaming, “It is time for me to turn the international page of G2 and to return to my country of heart. I join a group that I know particularly well. The team has a huge potential to climb the ladder and be part of the best,” said JACKZ, “I'm looking forward to bringing my experience and my energy to this family to start this new adventure.“