Endpoint is parting ways with Allan at the end of the month
But it has brought in Rejin as a replacement.
Endpoint has announced that it is making some rather significant changes to the management of its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. This change comes in the form of head coaches, with the team deciding to part ways with Allan "Allan" Hender at the end of the month, and bring in Allan "Rejin" Petersen as a replacement.
Speaking about the decision to replace one Allan with another, Endpoint has stated that this is part of the restructuring of its CS:GO team, and that it hopes Rejin, with his prior experience as a successful winning coach during his time at Mouz, will elevate the team's performance.
As for what's next for Allan, he has already stated that he is leaving coaching behind and is instead becoming a full-time broadcaster going forward.
Allan even gave an idea as to how the transition between him and Rejin is taking place, and has stated, "The team has already been working with Rejin for a little while and we've collaborated well behind the scenes to keep the transition as smooth as possible."
As for when we're next expecting to see Endpoint in action, the team is set to compete at the ESL Pro League Conference Season 16 in a couple of weeks.