Pansy Talks About Her Future Casting In CS:GO. “I was able to be more myself, find comfort and freedom in my job. Despite their supposed layoff from the company, ESL is still expected to employ them as freelance casters in future events, according to ESL head of talent Joe Miller. ESL will be representing her as talent agency. Pansy has already gotten an opportunity to cast the finals of a PUBG event and she said that it felt fantastic after being looked over for 24 S-tier tournaments. She was a main commentator at every ESL One Cologne, ESL/IEM Katowice, and IEM Sydney event in the past four years. [Also Read: Sadokist Drops a Hint About Returning to CS:GO Next Year], Though Pansy spoke at length about her future plans, in the end, she did specify that it was not the absolute end to her CS:GO career as she said that “I will be around for a couple more events and might pop back when there is an opportunity that I feel I can have fun with.”. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles. MonteCristo spoke out about the situation on Twitter, noting that the former ESL casters could possibly be forced into being represented by ESL, otherwise they wouldn’t be offered freelance positions. Pansy goes on to reveal the reasons that drove her to leave CS:GO and turn her focus elsewhere, she says that though everyone assumes that the toxicity of the scene is the primary reason behind her decision “a lot more goes on behind the scenes.” The three reasons listed by the caster are as follows. I was able to get a great co-caster from the very start and we instantly had good on-air chemistry.”. Having stated her reasons as to why she was walking away from CS:GO the Brit described PUBG as being a breath of fresh air that really caught her attention. It could also possibly be her last CS:GO event ever as a caster as she speaks about what she plans to do in the future. Popular CS:GO caster Pansy who was recently seen working as a commentator at ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Europe has said that it was an “incredibly special and also slightly terrifying” tournament for her. Although she was a memorable voice in CS:GO for many years, she also casted PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds since its early days as an esport. This means that the 30-year-old has not quit Counter-Strike forever and bid farewell to the game, but has simply moved ahead to see what opportunities await her in other gaming titles. ESL will likely be employing her as a freelance commentator in the near future if she decides to stay within the realm of competitive CS:GO. She lists three reasons because of which she left including having to deal with a toxic community. The quartet of talent was apparently laid off by ESL, according to Overwatch caster Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykles. The caster has turned her focus towards PUBG and more importantly VALORANT. Hope that the problems pointed out by Pansy are worked upon by both the organizers and the community members. British CS:GO caster Lauren "Pansy" Scott who is a former ESL employee has announced her departure from CS:GO for the time being, as she turns her attention towards PUBG and more importantly VALORANT. Pansy usually appeared on broadcasts alongside Jason “moses” O’Toole as a casting duo. The latest installment to the Counter-Strike franchise maintains a healthy, ever-intensifying competitive scene alongside a growing casual playerbase. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a game created by Valve Corporation and released on August 21st, 2012 as a successor to previous games in the series dating back to 1999. She spoke at length about the reason behind going ahead with this decision via a TwitLonger post in which she gave three specific reasons, while also revealing why she wants to take up PUBG and possibly even VALORANT. After years of casting for ESL, Lauren “Pansy” Scott is no longer working for ESL full-time. It’s unclear if she will continue to cast CS:GO and PUBG simultaneously or if she will move on to PUBG esports. Nemesis says he received "zero European offers" following his departure from Fnatic, Riot outlines Pantheon changes coming to League’s Patch 10.25, Tahm Kench rework is coming once League's 2021 preseason is more "settled," Riot says, Riot reveals Rell as final League champion release of 2020. [Also Read: SPUNJ Might End His Career as a CS:GO Talent in 2021]. British CS:GO caster Pansy talks about her future as she decides to walk away from Counter-Strike. A nice and toxic community to dive into.” But it seems that Pansy might be more interested in casting VALORANT as was revealed by her while replying to a user. As for VALORANT the caster just poked fun by saying that “VALORANT is top on the list for new ventures. Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a game created by Valve Corporation and released on August 21st, 2012 as a successor to previous games in the series dating back to 1999. One of the most recognizable voices in Counter-Strike is moving on to another venture. You can choose which categories you want to be notified for. Pansy usually appeared on broadcasts alongside Jason “moses” O’Toole as a casting duo. Pansy casted numerous iconic event series for ESL in her many years of being on air. Popular CS:GO caster Pansy who was recently seen working as a commentator at ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Europe has said that it was an “incredibly special and also slightly terrifying” tournament for her. SPUNJ Might End His Career as a CS:GO Talent in 2021, Sadokist Drops a Hint About Returning to CS:GO Next Year. Many other individuals from ESL’s talent crew are in the same boat as Pansy, however. “[ESL] will be representing me as a talent agency from now on.”. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. The list includes StarCraft 2 caster James “Kaelaris” Carrol, PUBG caster Leigh “Deman” Smith, and Quake caster Jason Kaplan. /r/GlobalOffensive is a home for the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community and a hub for the discussion and sharing of content relevant to CS:GO. It could also possibly be her last CS:GO event ever as a caster as she speaks about what she plans to do in the future. “It’s been a wild ride,” Pansy said on Twitter earlier this morning. Lauren " Pansy " Scott (born July 26, 1990) is a British Counter-Strike: Global …