Reliable sources involved in the local Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community have revealed to us that Jordan “Hatz” Bajic will replace Ollie “DickStacy” Tierney in the Renegades’ active line up – with DickStacy moving to the bench for the time being.
Supporting our source’s claim is the fact that Jordan “Hatz” Bajic has been added to the Renegades’ ESEA Mountain Dew League team page for the up-coming season. Not to mention his membership on the team has been paid for, alongside all other teammates, except for Ollie “DickStacy” Tierney.
Word of this roster change follows ORDER announcing Hatz’ departure from their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster last night. In their farewell statement it reads “Jordan’s parting with ORDER ends a 916 day competitive tenure with teammate Chris ‘emagine’ Rowlands, during which time the two shared a terrific amount of success. Jordan was a great teammate, a fantastic personality, and a hard worker.”
Jordan “Hatz” Bajic had been a member of the ORDER Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster since January 8th 2018, one of the two original members of the lineup alongside Chris “emagine” Rowlands.
Hatz posted to Twitter stating “I just want to say a big thank you to everyone who has been a part of my journey with ORDER from the start to the end, it has been such a smooth ride and something I’ll always cherish.” He then went on to thank all his former teammates, with no mention of future competitive intentions.
Ollie “DickStacy” Tierney’s departure from the active lineup will come as a shock to many, given that since his arrival on November 14th 2017 he’s been a pillar in the team’s success, both in the server and on social media.
Although DickStacy’s competitive future is currently unknown, outside of him moving to the bench, there is no doubt that he will be able to find success thanks to his overwhelming active presence from his fanbase. But with that being said, how long he stays on the bench is unknown at this current point in time.
The Renegades calendar consists of ESEA MDL Season 33 kicking off on January 14th and the IEM Katowice Closed Qualifier starting on January 15th, so it’s fair to assume that Hatz will be competing with the lineup come day one of the ESEA MDL season – although that may vary depending on the scheduling of their first game in the MDL.
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