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Liyab does not renew EnDerr

Liyab has let go of local Starcraft II star and Southeast Asian Games gold medalist Caviar “EnDerr” Acampado, the player revealed on Friday afternoon.

In a lengthy Facebook post, EnDerr said that his contract with the Globe-backed organization has ended last August. And the lack of movement in the Starcraft II scene prompted Liyab to not renew the multi-titled player.

“My contract (part-time pro) with Liyab ended last August as the organization has decided to focus their efforts in other game titles,” said the 28-year-old Zerg player.

“Given the lack of tournament support for Starcraft 2 and the reality of this pandemic, I respect their decision and I wish nothing but success for Liyab. I’m really thankful for the things I achieved while on the team,” he continued.

“The team was very supportive of my pro player career as a working student.”

According to EnDerr, he just graduated from college last May and is still looking for opportunity either in the esports scene or a new career as a game developer.

EnDerr last played in the DH SC2 Masters 2020 Winter: Oceania / Rest of Asia where he topped the rest of the competition capped off by a grand final win against Australia’s Sheldon “Seither” Barrow via a 4-1 decision.

It was the last tournament EnDerr competed in.

“I just graduated school last May and I am undecided whether I’ll continue as a full-time SC2 player or focus on a new career path as a game developer. Whatever the future holds, I’m actively looking for opportunities for the next step of my career,” EnDerr shared.

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With his Liyab stint now at its end, EnDerr thanked the management and its players along with his Mineski family.

“To Liyab’s management team and to my co-players thank you for the laughs and I hope you keep the fire burning and sorry for the headaches I caused while I’m in the bootcamp LOLOL. To the whole Mineski family, thank you for the unconditional support, you guys will always have a special place in my heart,” EnDerr said.

“Thank you for all who supported me and the team throughout the years! GG’s.”

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