Kjaerbye left team Endpoint due to some personal reasons

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Kjaerbye left team Endpoint due to some personal reasons
Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye stepped away from Endpoint's CS:GO roster due to some personal reasons

On the 24th of October, Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye step away from the Team Endpoint for personal reasons. The reasons have not been public yet. He played as a rifler (entry fragger).

The partnership between the team and the player lasted for about four months. Kjaerbye joined Endpoint in June. He is a free agent and has not joined any other team.

Before joining the Endpoint CS:GO roster Kjaerbye took a nine-month break from Counter-Strike from July 2021 to April 2022, and two months later, he joined the Endpoint's roster.

A joint statement from both parties has been issued to the public.

"I am very grateful that Endpoint gave me the chance to come back to the thing I love most: play pro CS. The way Endpoint, my teammates andf my coach Rehin welcomed me and supported me in my comeback has meant the world to me. I am sad it has to end now, but sometimes llife takes unexpected turns and you simply have to follow that," says Markus Kjaerbye.

"It's been great having Markus at Endpoint and we fully appreciate the professional experience and attitude he brought to the team. Though our time together was, we acheived a lot together, most notably qulifying for ESL Pro League Season 16 and a memorable victory over Natus Vincere. We have benefited greatly from his influence and maintain an extremely amicable relationship. We appericiate his personal situtaion and feel it is best for both parties to pursure other paths at this time," says Endpoint CEO Adam Jessop.

The CS:GO commentator James Banks reacted and speculated, "imagine Kjaerbye and device back to Astralis."