Mathieu Quiquerez 
Free Agent
Free Agent
Announces retirement
May 10, 2018
LDLC member maniac has revealed that he has decided to retire as a professional player.
The 27-year-old helped LDLC place top 8 at ESL One Katowice 2014 Major and top 4 at ESL One Cologne in the same year. His time in LDLC ran out as he moved onto Titan, where he had a rather lackluster stint with the team, which led him to join Team EnVyUs as a coach. However, after six months, Maniac stepped down from the coaching role to play competitively once again. Maniac then joined Unity, which would later be signed over to Rogue, before inking a deal with LDLC once again. His second spell with the team came with an ESWC 2017 title over BIG and a runner-up placing at Assembly Winter 2018. Described as an emotional decision, Maniac wrote in a TwitLonger Post, "I will be forever grateful for the opportunities that were given to me. Becoming a professional player was a dream come true."
Not much to show on defense in 2-0 loss
October 7, 2017
Maniac posted a 36/30 KD on Wednesday in the 2-0 loss to Natus Vincere in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Maniac started slowly on Inferno with a 5-0 deficit on the defense before rallying back with a handful of defensive rounds won on the A-bombsite to take a 10-5 deficit going into the second half. Maniac got the offense rolling in the second pistol and two anti-eco rounds to follow, but Natus Vincere stopped the streak on a force buy. In Round 19, Maniac pulled off a quad kill clutch on the B-bombsite to get the plant and the round. From there, the rounds started to accumulate for LDLC thanks to Maniac's entry kills to tie the game at 14. Unfortunately for Maniac, Na'Vi closed out the remaining rounds for the 16-14 loss on Inferno. In Game 2, Maniac had another smooth start on the offense but the CIS economy came into effect and took the lead, leaving Maniac with a 9-6 deficit going into the second. A few defensive rounds made some noise in the early rounds of the second half but the offense of Natus Vincere was too tough to tame in the 16-10 Game 2 loss on Nuke.
Superior on defense
September 14, 2017
Maniac posted a 36/32 KD on Wednesday in a 1-1 split with HellRaisers in ESL Pro League Season 6.
A solid start on the defense for Maniac took over the first half of Cache with an 8-3 lead. In Round 12, Maniac came up big for LDLC with a double kill on the A-bombsite retake in a 2-vs-2 post-plant situation to extend the score 9-3 before HellRaisers came back to settle the half 9-6 after winning three straight. After giving up the pistol round, Maniac won the first anti-eco round with a double pistol hold on the post-plant to secure the A-bombsite. From there, it was all defense as Maniac gave up only one more round in the 16-8 Game 1 win. With another smooth 3-0 start on Overpass, Maniac gave up two rounds to follow, but his Round 6 2-vs-2 pre-plant situation with a double pistol kill brought the lead within two rounds. Unfortunately, Maniac would only win one more round in the first half on defense for a 10-5 deficit. The second half was a 3-0 outing and a short comeback, but HellRaisers edged out with a 16-14 win.
Maniac on the offense
September 13, 2017
Maniac posted a 34/31 KD on Tuesday in an LDLC win 2-0 over GODSENT in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Maniac lived up to his name at the start of the first half of Game 1 on Inferno with a blitzing offense, finding several entry kills and post-plant holds earned the team its first-half 11-4 score. Despite winning the pistol round, Maniac had a tough time trying to get the defense to win some rounds. Finally, Round 21 with a strong defensive hold on the A-bombsite allowed the team to end Game 1 16-9, with Maniac posting a team-leading 18/13 KD and 81.6 ADR. Maniac then had another great offensive start in the first half of Overpass, picking up multiple opening kills to lead over GODSENT early. Up 10-5 at the half, Maniac had a better overall performance on the defense to win six out of nine rounds and take Game 2 16-8, earning a 19/18 KD and 87.0.
A maniac during the 2-0 sweep over VP
April 11, 2017
Maniac earned a 37/29 KD on Tuesday in a series win over 2-0 in the ESL Pro League Season 5.
Maniac remained poised in the Game 1 showing on Nuke for a crushing victory, posting an 18/11 KD and 80.7 ADR. Maniac contributed to the first two rounds won before stole an eco round win, but Maniac turned down's efforts in the following. Maniac contributed in a few trade kills that went in favor of LDLC as well had picked up a couple of double kills to string together a crushing 13-2 lead at the half. Though the second half was a slow start for Maniac, he contributed enough to close out with the three rounds needed for a 16-5 Game 1 win on Nuke. Game 2 Maniac found himself unable to find a hole in the Polish defense as he faced an early 0-6 deficit. However, with a little help from his teammates, Maniac rode on the comeback of Ex6tenZ's Round 12 win. Maniac opened the A-bombsite to even the score at the half down 7-8. The second half of Inferno leaned towards Maniac as he helped shut down the first two pushes from on the B-bombsite for a 9-8 lead. Though won a few rounds, Maniac stayed poised on the defense holding off the late rush from's offense, but Maniac came out on top 16-13 posting a 19/18 KD and 71.6 ADR.
Free Agent
Parts ways with Rogue
October 14, 2016
Maniac will longer be a part of Rogue, reports Dennis Gonzales of theScore esports.
Despite being a founding member of Unity, which was then bought by Rogue, Maniac has decided to leave the team after it was determined that there was a difference in opinion. He and HS did not seem to gel with the team very well, and it was in the interest of all the parties to move along separately. v1c7oR and bubble will replace the duo, with the team hoping the new players will give some cohesion and allow them to get further along in their development.
Starts new team, Unity
July 28, 2016
Maniac has returned to the CS:GO scene to start his own team, Unity, reports HLTV's Luis "MIRAA" Mira.
After a five-month stint as coach of EnVyUs, Maniac left the CS:GO scene with the intention of coming back to play competitively. He has now done just that with the creation of a brand-new team called Unity. The team will make their offline debut at the upcoming Power-LAN at the end of August.
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