Malik Steps in for ATF at Riyadh Masters, Guesswho to Coach Quest Esports
Quest Esports has announced their fifth player, who will compete for the team at the Riyadh Masters 2023, stepping in for ATF.
ATF, originally on contract with Nigma Galaxy, had been playing for Quest Esports on a loan basis. Following the Bali Major, the club had offered to sign a full contract. However, according to the player, the terms did not meet ATF's expectations, leading him to decline the agreement with Quest Esports.
As a result, Malik from NAVI will play as the stand-in for ATF at the upcoming Riyadh Masters 2023. Information about who will complete the Quest Esports line-up for the TI qualifiers is yet to be announced.
Quest Esports has also unveiled their new coach, Guesswho, replacing Accell. Guesswho has previously worked with NAVI and Team Sexy.
The Riyadh Masters 2023, boasting a prize pool of $15,000,000, is set to kick off on July 19.