DRX and head coach Dae Ho “cvMax” Kim have parted ways after the team’s 2-16 finish in the League Champions Korea Summer Split.
The organization announced the move on Twitter late Friday, stating it was “by mutual agreement.”
“We sincerely thank you for your hard work and service for the last two years. We wish you nothing but the best in your future,” DRX tweeted.
DRX finished 9-9 in the Spring Split and qualified for the playoffs but were eliminated in the quarterfinals. Back in action in the Summer Split, they finished in last place and had a game record of just 9-34.
cvMax joined DRX in November 2019. Last December, he received a five-month suspension amid allegations he abused team members when he coached Griffin. He returned to DRX in May.
The 31-year-old coached Griffin from July 2017 to September 2019.
DRX’s move to part ways with the coach came a day after the organization announced the departures of coach Dong Ho “dongHo” Park and player Jeong Min “Destroy” Yoon, also by mutual agreement.
Replacements for the coaches or for Destroy were not announced.
–Field Level Media