Benjamin "bnj" Rabinovich has announced his departure from KRÜ Esports KRÜ Esports Latin America South Rank #1 delz1k Joaquin Espinoza NagZ Juan Pablo Lopez Klaus Nicolas Ferrari Mazino Roberto Rivas keznit Angelo Mori following the expiration of his contract.

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[ES/PT] Salida de KRÜ

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bnj joined KRÜ at the end of March following a top-four finish in Stage 1 Masters LATAM. After the event, KRÜ opted to add bnj and Joaquin "delz1k" Espinoza to replace Leonardo "leobas" Basauri and Roberto "akz" Videla, and soon found success.

After joining the team, bnj and KRÜ took on Stage 2 Challengers 1 and came out in full force, not dropping a map throughout the event and securing themselves a spot in the Stage 2 Challengers Finals. KRÜ continued their momentum through the event and eventually punched their ticket to Masters: Reykjavik.

At Masters: Reykjavik, they faced a fierce Fnatic roster in their first match of the event, which resulted in them being sent to the lower bracket early. They eventually claimed a win against Sharks Esports before being eliminated from the event by Team Liquid, sending the team back home with much to improve on.

Following that event, in mid June, bnj relinquished his spot on the main roster to Angelo "keznit" Mori and became a sixth player for the team. He has not appeared in any official matches with the team since Masters: Reykjavik.

In his twitlonger post about his decision to leave KRÜ, bnj noted that he is open to offers in both LATAM South and in Brazil.

The roster of KRÜ Esports KRÜ Esports Latin America South Rank #1 delz1k Joaquin Espinoza NagZ Juan Pablo Lopez Klaus Nicolas Ferrari Mazino Roberto Rivas keznit Angelo Mori is now: