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Published: January 31, 2022

Written by: Stoyan Todorov

  • Parth “Parth” Naidu is leaving TSM FTX’s ranks after serving the organization for seven years
  • He wished the organization all the best and said that it has been a blast to work for TSM
  • Parth is one of many TSM veterans to leave the organization in recent times

Parth Naidu has announced that he will be leaving TSM FTX, thus ending his seven-year tenure with the organization.

Parth Announces His Leave

Parth “Parth” Naidu, one of the most long-time members of TSM FTX, will be leaving the organization after seven years of working under its banner. This was announced by Parth himself on his official Twitter profile.

Parth is a professional of many talents who has worked as a general manager, coach and analyst and is deeply familiar with the competitive League of Legends scene. He first joined TSM FTX as an analyst in 2014 and in 2016 rose to become the head coach of the organization’s professional League of Legends team. As a coach, Parth guided TSM’s team through three LCS Split championships in a row.

In 2018, Parth changed his role once again, leaving behind the mantle of a coach to become the general manager of TSM’s LoL squad. As a manager, Parth took part in various initiatives to develop the team and nurture new talents.

The Veteran is Glad to Have Spent This Time With TSM

Parth bid his farewells with TSM FTX, saying that it has been a blast to work with the organization. He said that he cherishes the experiences he made and the people he met.

“It’s been an absolute privilege working alongside so many talented and hard-working people, and to contribute my part in TSM’s growth over the past seven years. Thank you for the incredible memories and friendships that I will cherish forever,” he said in the announcement.

Parth is not the first veteran to leave the ranks of TSM in recent times. The last few months saw some of TSM’s staples exit the organization, including the former TSM president Leena Xu, the videographer Max Olivo and the content creator Ali “Myth” Kabbani.

Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg, one of TSM’s top League of Legends players also left the organization and subsequently joined Team Liquid.

Despite those drastic changes, TSM’s League of Legends team will continue its campaign as usual. The squad is scheduled to next play in the LCS Spring Split which starts on February 5.

TSM recently announced that it will be broadening the list of games it fields teams in and will be joining the famous Dota 2 scene as well.

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