Titan have announced that they have completed the signing of Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom from G2 for an undisclosed fee.
It is with great respect and appreciation that we today say goodbye to Mathieu “Maniac” Quiquerez. Mathieu has been with us for more than a year, and has since been a valued member of the team through all its ups and downs.
It is time, however, to look forward and build a lineup that can compete on the highest level, and to that effect we will be bringing in Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom.
« Titan was making a roster change and made me an offer, one which I accepted with enthusiasm. Before Kinguin, I played my whole career with French players and I believe this is where I belong! I’m really excited to start playing with my new teammates! » – Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom
During his time in Team Kinguin/G2, ScreaM finished 5th-8th at ESL One Cologne and won Gaming Paradise. His last appearance for the team was at DreamHack Open London, where G2 finished 5th-6th following defeats against TSM and Copenhagen Wolves in the group stage.
“I have decided to quit G2 for personal reasons,” Benrlitom said in a statement. “The communication on the team had disappeared, and, as a result, the pleasure of playing together as team had diminished.
“I would like to thank G2 for all they did, we did not miss anything and they were always there for us. It is very important for players to have such an organisation and this kind of support! I hope I will have the chance to work with them again one day! I wish them the best of luck.”
After one year of great collaboration, my adventure in Titan has come to end. I could not adapt myself quickly enough and find my place in the new line-up. Shox does everything I used to do but he does it better. I truly respect and acknowledge this decision. I will learn from my mistakes, bounce back and come back stronger. I am absolutely not done with professional gaming. Expect to hear from me very soon. Thank you for your endless support. – Mathieu “Maniac” Quiquerez
Next up for Titan CS:GO will be DreamHack Open Stockholm September 25th.